Being Around Smokers Stinks


April 11, 2007

When you are a smoker, or live with someone who smokes all the time, you get used to the smell, not just on the body, but that which imbeds itself into their clothing, linens, furniture, walls, carpet, car and anywhere else they smoke. At this time, smokers have become aware that their smoking is offensive, one client telling me when she goes outside to smoke she has a special jacket that she wears and then when she comes back in she leaves it in the garage.

I've never been a smoker nor considered myself allergic to cigarette smoke, but lately when I am close to a smoker whose clothing reaps from smoke, I start to cough and have to walk away.

In the hologram of our reality, you don't stop smoking until your programming for that experience is complete, which may or may not happen.





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