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‘Rick And Morty’ Season 3 Records Drunk Justin Roiland; Effect Of Alcohol To Meditators

Update Date: May 12, 2017 06:39 AM EDT
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The making of “Rick And Morty” Season 3 is one the best examples these days to understand the functionality of one’s own mind, mainly when drunk. Yes, initially it seems obviously surprising that how the making of a much-anticipated series can be an example but it’s true.

This example will break your previous concept that alcohol certainly interrupts or disrupts the link between mind and brain, that usually results brawling or any sort of unnatural activities. Get to know more details, here.

Let us take you to a report published by Digital Spy. It said that the creator of “Rick And Morty” Season 3, Justin Roiland wants to see the main character Rick to be in a drunken state in episode 4 of season 3. He felt that Rick can only be see drunken in a proper way if the voice lender (himself) too becomes drunk and lends his voice to that part.

Justin Roiland Drinks Alcohol And Lends Voice For “Rick And Morty” Season 3

Christian Today also confirmed that the co-creator, Dan Harmon also encouraged Roiland to drink alcohol first and lend his voice to the famous character, Rick. The video posted by Adult Swim showed that he took shots of tequila and a bottle of beer.

Now, several readers may be thinking that how it was possible for Roiland to read the script properly after drinking multiple tequila shots and a full beer? The reason is if anyone is able to train his mind to do something certainly without any fail after drinking alcohol and the resolution or determination side-by-side is very strong, then it is absolutely possible for anyone.

On the other hand, if the mind is not determined by some good work before boozing, the drinker may take a different route or perform unsocial or unnatural activities when alcohol starts influencing the body and mind.

How Does A Meditator Train His Mind To Conquer Higher Consequence Of Addictive Elements?

A person who deeply practices mindfulness meditation understands his mind wonderfully. To elaborate this part, it is better to say he is able to judge each and every wave that comes over his mind.

But what about the condition when a deep meditator takes alcohol or any addictive elements? If he is a real meditator, it is very tough for anyone to expect any unnatural activities from him. The reason is quite complex.

Since he has a long habit of witnessing his mind waves for maximum hours he will be driven automatically, in the same way to be a bystander of his mind after drinking alcohol or marijuana or any elements that disturbs body and mind together. It is again the result of resolution or determination not made before drinking but the habit he has grown for years.

On the other hand, the level of consciousness or awareness achieved by the practice of mindfulness meditation helps him to be awake or conscious all about his physical and mental activities. Unlike a layman, the connection between his mind and brain is very tough to be disconnected. Or even it is disconnected, he will have a complete state of "dreamless sleep" that is no less than a trance.

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