Drunkenness and Samskaric Impressions . by Alice B. Clagett

Filmed on 12 May 2022 and published on 15 May 2022
Location: Santa Monica Mountains, California

    • The Two Minds of Children
    • Drunk or Sleeping – Gut Brain Talk
    • Gut Brain Creates Negative Samskaras
    • Bad Advice That Sticks With Us
    • School of ‘Hard Knocks’
    • Discernment as to Action in the World

Dear Ones,

Here is a video about how bad advice received while a person is in a state of drunkenness or when the person is half asleep can persist as a ‘samskaric impression’ or ‘samskara’ in the subconscious mind and cause trouble for them later on.

There is an edited Summary after the video.



Hello, Dear Ones, It’s Alice. I Am of the Stars.

I had a thought today that is worth considering. It has to do with the subconscious mind and the conscious mind.

The Two Minds of Children

The idea is that when children are very little, their intelligence proceeds from the subconscious mind … from the gut brain. Then as they reach the age of reason, their conscious mind takes over and adds discernment, discrimination, and discretion  to the images that it receives to do with the subconscious mind. Abstract reasoning begins to take place.

It is a different kind of filter for the images taken in from the physical world … one that involves rational judgment and understanding of risks involved in various kinds of behaviors … that kind of thing.

Drunk or Sleeping – Gut Brain Talk

I had a thought that when people become very drunk … or when they are asleep … and when other people talk to them when they are drunk or when they are asleep, then they might offer advice or concepts that have to do with subconscious Awareness without any understanding of risks or rational thought or anything like that … just strange things.

Gut Brain Creates Negative Samskaras

And if the person receiving this information is in a similar state … either as an astral traveler, or as a fellow person who is inebriated … then the poor advice that a person receives from the gut brain of the drunken person might go directly into

the recipient’s gut brain too, and leave a lasting impression as a negative samskara.

Bad Advice That Sticks With Us

For instance, one person might say to another person in a drunken state: “You know, the police can be bought in any case. It does not matter what kind of crime you do.” … and yet, we all know that is not true! … but the state of receptiveness of the person receiving the information is such that their guard is completely down. Their rational filters are gone.

And so, over and over again, especially when they are in an inebriated state once again … or if they are sound asleep … I, the astral traveler, will hear their gut brains saying this very thing.

School of ‘Hard Knocks’

It seems there is no way for a conscious person to erase that information. But instead, it may be ‘acted out’. In the school of ‘hard knocks’, they may be punished for it by the law, and find out way too late that something that was said in a drunken state or in a state of sleepiness was not true at all.

Discernment as to Action in the World

So it is very important for us to use discernment in heeding the advice of other people, I feel, and not to act on advice that we receive either when we are in a drunken state, or else when we are half asleep; to look over the dreams that rampaged through the astral airs the night before, and decide which of them we care to act on, and which of them we care to set aside.

That is it for now.

God bless you all,
And keep you safe,
And be with you
Through all your days.

In love, light and joy,
Alice B. Clagett
I Am of the Stars

See my blog categories: Subconscious mind … and … Conscious mind


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