I believe marijuana itself has shamanistic aspects to it. Psychedelic drug use is common in many religions of the world, past and present. Depending on the type of weed, and my state of mind, I feel very in tune with the harmonic vibrations of people and the world when I smoke. You know, our entire nervous system is run on electricity, right? The brain sends an electrical pulse down a nerve to a muscle, and the muscle moves. Our brains are electric. Well, with every electrical current, and electromagnetic field is developed instantly. These fields change with the strength and frequency of the current. Sound is vibration. Sound can be converted into analog electrical waves, which can be converted into digital electrical waves, which can be converted into many different types of waves along the electromagnetic spectrum then transmitted and received and converted back into sound we can hear. Molecules vibrate at specific frequencies depending upon the type of matter. There are harmonic frequencies in electrical waves. These are smaller waves generated by the initial wave. In music, harmonic notes are ones that go with the melody, complementing it, but the notes are completely different. I believe "putting out good vibes" and feeling good vibes are literally doing just that. I constantly find people that I resonate well with. I play the didjeridoo. Every didjeridoo has a specific range of frequencies that will make that individual didj resonate. I believe marijuana can be used as a spiritual meditative medium, and I do not think it is "cheating" to do that. Marijuana has been used in many cultures' religions, and has been known in more than one as "The Liberator." I notice when I am high, it gives me a unique perspective on things. It helps me think of different ways to solve problems in my life. It's a revolutionary drug. Cannabis is so versatile, that many do not explore the shamanistic elements. Some people smoke just to get high. Some people smoke to relieve emotional or physical pain. Some smoke as a spiritual ritual. I do it for all these reasons.