Katannabis and Prayer – Enhanced Meditation

3 Oct

Katannabis Ritual Meditation, my entheogenic combination of Kata-Rx and Cannabis, is an acutely, intense practice. It is solemn. There are aspects that cannot be toyed with.

It is for this reason that I selectively disseminate its methods not only here on this blog, but also in my free online courses. It’s deepest secrets I reserve only for in-person instruction. There is always a tension; however, between what is safe to disclose to the uninitiated and what cannot be disclosed. “ In her book Psychic Self-Defense, Dion Fortune, the nome d’plume for Violet Mary Firth, faced a similar conundrum, “To disclose sufficient to be adequate without disclosing sufficient to be dangerous.” (E-Book, Chapter 1).

With this in mind, I’m going to disclose a technique used in Katannabis that is profoundly, solemn and rewarding. It is to combine Katannabis ritual meditation and “prayer.” Now, one of the things I am not going to fully disclose is my definition of “prayer.” Such definition, while recognizing the ancient concept of prayer does not have religious underpinnings. It does; however, require a “sacrifice” (the physical performance of Kata-Rx), an unbounded psyche (provided by the cannabis entheogen) and most importantly a pure, cleansed and atoned spirit. Only then can the profound Divine be encountered.

Prayer is most profound during the performance of my “Sacred Trinity” of Kata, Sanchin, Seienchin and Suparunpei. You can view a video of a portion of Sanchin Kata below.

I will only teach the exact methodology to advanced students in person. Below, you can see my highly redacted personal Katannabis notes for one aspect of the Sanchin Prayer methodology.

You can learn My Kata-Rx to use in your Katannabis ritual meditation using this safe, convenient link to my online school: https://kata-rx.teachable.com/p/preview-kata-as-moving-meditation The course is FREE! 

How far you want to explore its depths is upto you.

Cum superiorum privilegio veniaque 

(with the priviledge and permission of the superiors)

Sensei John Szmitkowski

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