Say no to Ritalin! We are spiritually aware, NOT mentally impaired.

by Karyn
(NY)

I would plead with anyone on this thread to do their own research on the link between ADHD and a higher consciousness, because the fact of the matter is that the 'symptoms' of ADHD are exactly the same as the signs of a soul that is very advanced spiritually- very aware, very emotional, sensitive, angry sometimes as a result of the things in the world we feel powerless to stop, having a deep understanding of the connectedness of all, wanting to help others, feeling frustrated with life, feeling trapped, etc etc etc. It really is something which I would beg other 'sufferers' to look into and do their own research because this thread (thank you so much) is a wonderful and very important topic for all of us. Here are three videos I hope I am allowed to post to get you all started


Ritalin - Kabbalah Moments - February 9, 2011



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