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The World Through The Eyes of a Sober Person- First experience with plant medicine (San Pedro)

Posted on May 2, 2017 at 7:00 AM Comments comments (2089)

The way this entire experience transpired had to be documented… I’ll go back in time just a little. I am going to do this in 2 parts as to serve both parts of the story equally. The way it came together and the journey itself.

So, I have had my conscious awareness on plant medicine ceremonies for quite some time. Having had many conversatio...

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The World Through The Eyes of a Sober Person- Sobriety, Spirituality and my honeymoon

Posted on March 28, 2017 at 8:55 PM Comments comments (4170)

The time around my honeymoon was the most incredible, expansive and life-changing periods of my existence. Having gotten married to my amazing wife and trekking to one of our favourite places on Earth together for our honeymoon, I had no idea how much my life was going to change in such a short period of time. The 3 most significant changes of my life happened in the span of 3 weeks and altered my trajectory so significantly that I cannot comprehend...

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The World Through The Eyes of a Sober Person

Posted on February 12, 2017 at 9:55 PM Comments comments (5914)

When people ask me what I think is one of the biggest components of sobriety, my response is something which doesn't always necessarily sit well with most people (I think because it conjures up a certain image in people about what it looks like). A hugely critical component is to put yourself and your sobriety first. I can already hear the objections from people, haha. But seriously, for you to remain abstinent, this will need to exercised to some de...

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The World Through The Eyes of a Sober Person

Posted on January 29, 2017 at 7:25 AM Comments comments (2186)

When giving up or even cutting down on alcohol I believe it's very important to have things to replace the habits....most people I've talked to over the years say things like 'I don't know what else to do if I can't drink' or 'What do you do with your time'. Completely valid questions and if you spend a lot of time drinking as I did, then you'll have a huge gap to fill fairly often. 

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The world through the eyes of a sober person

Posted on January 1, 2017 at 10:45 PM Comments comments (2215)

So as I was sitting in a bar with my wife the other night waiting for our friends to arrive and I was observing my surroundings and the clientele as I usually do. I have always been a 'Wallflower' I guess you could say....always an observer and often a quiet one. Not totally introverted (although that's my usual nature), but certainly periods of it interspersed with epic conversation and friendly exchanges. Even in those periods of engagement I'm sti...

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Turning personal hell into hope pt 2

Posted on August 23, 2016 at 10:00 PM Comments comments (2335)

I started to realize there was something really wrong when I spent my 23rd birthday in the hospital getting my head stitched up after smashing a pint glass on my head at a bar the night before....that's right. I smashed a pint glass on my own head. I spent the sunday on my own driving around looking for someone to stitch me up before I had to front up home for birthday celebrations and explain to my parents what made me do such a thing. ...

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Turning personal hell into hope (and making it to 33 years old in the process)

Posted on July 26, 2016 at 10:25 PM Comments comments (1996)

This is my first ever blog entry and it's something I've been wanting to get involved in for a long time....I now realize that it was because the timing wasn’t right. There were some things I had to move through before the message could be laid out, and so I could revaluate the intent and message I wanted to convey. Intent and timing are incredibly important as I have discovered over the years, and I often ‘check in’ an...

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