Heroin Effects. Is it really worth it?
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Today we will be discussing Heroin Effects. Is it really worth it?
I am Mr. Michael Adams
I am a depression and PTSD survivor
Former Addict of narcotics and alcohol
Found God through a spiritual awakening
Here to serve humanity
I am not a medical professional. Always seek advice from a health care professional first. This is for educational and entertainment purposes only. I am a seeker just like you. Take what works, and throw out the rest.
What is heroin?
Heroin is a narcotic drug and is part of the opiate class. It is considered a downer, as it dulls the nervous system. This is a highly addictive and powerful narcotic.
Why is it so addictive?
This is challenging for me to answer.
As I am aware, I must choose my words very carefully about this.
I'm going to do my best
Heroin puts us in a momentary false state of bliss. It relaxes the nervous system, and takes away all problems of the mind.
(There is a reason why it is one of the most addictive narcotic)
The first few times most people get sick (Very Sick)
Many people never make it past that hurdle (Good for them)
But there are people who are determined to suffer their way through that hurdle, in order to break through the other side.
These people may start thinking to themselves...
This isn't That Bad. I mean it is good, it does the job.
But it isn't as scary as I thought it would be.
These are dangerous thoughts to have - but oddly they seems to be normal
The illusion to this narcotic is that it is strong, but it gives us a false sense that it really isn't that bad.
I could stop this. Besides I don't think I am doing that much; I could totally stop using this.
(Which at the beginning, you probably can stop using with ease)
How long does it take for people to get addicted?
That is a VERY difficult question to even try to remotely explain
(But I'll give it a try - As us seekers, seek answers and explanations in life)
First hand, I have spoken with people who have told me, with a very serious face. It only took one use for them to get hooked. Then there are other people who I have spoken with, who did it for months, and had very little problem stopping the narcotic use.
So if you have never done heroin, but are thinking about it...
Always keep in mind, it is a lot like Russian Roulette
Addiction can hit you at Any Time.
I not here to judge you.
I over stand the mindset.
(I know those battles all too well)
What Happens If I Get Addicted?
Strap in, because it is going to be a rough ride.
Have you heard of the Law of Polarity? Or Yin and Yang? What about the Pendulum Effect?
Ya, you’re going to get an over standing of those on levels you never imagined before!
Uff!!! Just thinking back on it makes me cringe.
You’re going to be vomiting every morning. Men will have more sympathy of women who are pregnant and who experience morning sickness.
It becomes your daily medicine. You need it just to function throughout the day. They call it "getting your fix, first thing in the morning."
As it "fixes" that person's sickness they are experiencing.
(That is one side of the daily pendulum)
Take the feeling of the flu and multiply it by 100. Then multiply that by another 100 4 hours later, and another 100 later that day, and so on (I think you get the picture).
It's pretty horrible
This goes on daily. Each day creating its own Karma, as we create actions revolving around "getting our fix", and our "next fix", to maintain just a normal sense of wellness.
Welcome to Hell!
Why Do People Do Heroin?
Simple answer is: Pain
Many heroin users are trying to escape some form of pain in their life. Pain that, to them, is just too unbearable to deal with. It's an escape of the reality they are facing, and the spiritual battles each faces in their mind.
It's an Escape...
Escape of Life.
While high, there are zero problems. So much to the extreme, that the persons house can be on fire, and the person would look at it with zero cares in the world. Depending on how high they are, they may even just sit and watch it burn. In some extreme cases, they may even sit and burn to death.
Well... At least I am high while I burn out of existence.
It really seems to shut down emotions, at it really dulls our nervous system. Which in turn affects our perceptions and thinking, when it comes to reality.
Is It Really Worth It?
I am not here to judge you or anyone. I suggest asking addicts yourself if it is worth it. Try going to a narcotics anonymous meeting and talk to people after the meeting. Find out yourself, through other people's experiences.
I will tell you this much...
I have never met anyone personally who thinks it is worth it.
Now you may hear on the surface, them gloating about their usage.
But if you get them alone, and open up a compassionate conversation with zero judgement, you will hear the truth come out of them. They wish they never started, because it has destroyed their life they once (realized) they had. Now they feel trapped, with no way out.
(the ones who are still suffering)
I know you are going through some serious pain in your life right now
(if this message is resonating with you)
Do your own research. Know exactly what it is you are getting into or thinking about getting into.
While searching online, glance over at the ads on addiction. Check out options and solutions that are out there. Those are advertisements you may see, of people or companies who Truly Care and Over stand what it is you may be going through, and help you out with a different route. A route that may even bring life back into you.
If your still here tuning into this message
You now have zero excuses moving forward. This is the seed that has just been planted into you. You are now aware of what you are getting into.
A hard truth is:
It is no one else fault, but our own.