Thursday, September 22, 2016

Microdosing Aspects

 
 
The peanut sized measure for mushrooms surely is around one gram at least.  In the meantime, this comment is useful as it introduces an effect that i was not aware of.  I find it intriguing because i understand that our whole decision making apparatus is directly linked to emotional loading or attachment.  This strongly suggests that this can be largely unlinked and that it is plausibly detrimental when this happens.


This unlinking can be the underlying cause of a number of aberrant psychological phenomena and must be carefully investigated and properly understood.  That it may well have a physical basis is useful as this allows us to apply micro dosing of various mind altering substances to determine if recovery can be induced.

We already have reports supporting all this for PTSD and alzheimers.  Thus we now understand from this report that a whole range clearly flawed decision making behavior may well be rooted in diagnosed physical trauma.  Remember sociopaths anyone?  What about serial killers and pathological pedophiles?  All these trace back to a seriously miswired decision making process.


And how about homosexuality itself?  Sexuality is fraught with emotional trauma in its early stages and we know that it arises inversely to population crowding.  All of a sudden obsessive human behavior may be manageable and changeable.  What a boon that could be.  It is wonderful to fall in love.  It just may not be appropriate and taking a pill to end it is a boon to all as it is otherwise a nasty burden then...




Hello there. I found your article extremely interesting. I am currently in a depersonalization state, meaning i am disconnected with my environment, people, living beings and.. myself. This can happen if an underlying cause like trauma, anxiety, stress or a bad trip happens and remain unsolved or ignored for too long, resulting in emotional blocks or retention. Such buildup can hinder your mental state by hindering your energy system in various ways. As within so without. When you have outside symptoms be it mental or physical, it is always the result of inner imbalances in your energy field. So i'm quite unable to feel or to access my emotions freely as any normal being should. I'm also very limited in creativity in this state, as well as discipline and organisation. My sleep was especially bad, i was a chronic insomniac for a few years so trying to regain a normal sleep while in this state has been a challenge but i finally succeeded recently and now i'm feeling better although i on Microdosed: An Everyperson’s Guide to Hallucinogenic Therapy



Anonymous said... 
 
Hello there. I found your article extremely interesting.

I am currently in a depersonalization state, meaning i am disconnected with my environment, people, living beings and.. myself. This can happen if an underlying cause like trauma, anxiety, stress or a bad trip happens and remain unsolved or ignored for too long, resulting in emotional blocks or retention. Such buildup can hinder your mental state by hindering your energy system in various ways. As within so without. When you have outside symptoms be it mental or physical, it is always the result of inner imbalances in your energy field.

So i'm quite unable to feel or to access my emotions freely as any normal being should. I'm also very limited in creativity in this state, as well as discipline and organisation. My sleep was especially bad, i was a chronic insomniac for a few years so trying to regain a normal sleep while in this state has been a challenge but i finally succeeded recently and now i'm feeling better although i still feel like a "mental tetraplegic".

Your article caught my attention not only because i like your open mindedness but also because i myself used to microdose with Iboga, which is something you are surely gonna look up to because its potential is amazing, boosting one's physical energy as well as senses and improving your connectedness. It is however not to be used when you are in bad shape because it is kinda one of the strongest plant. It is expensive though.

I'm truly interested in trying mushroom to regain some control and balance in my life. I particularly liked when you described a power up in empathy, being able to put yourself in other's perspectives and actually enjoying whatever they say even boring stuff. Something i'm currently unable to do due to my state. I'm a born introvert and with DP it made it worse. It is like my ego is in full control of my life like a robot all in the while being stripped of the best of what life has to offer, emotions, feelings, pleasure, love, creativity...

So i'm willing to give a try to mushroom microdosing and your article makes me very optimistic. Because it seems to do exactly the opposite of what depersonalization does, opening more to the world and to your higher self in a controlled and safe manner. Since mushrooms do help the brain to repair and evolve, it's natural to be attracted by their divine presence on earth.

Did you use fresh mushroom or dry? I got currently some philosopher's stones (truffles) but did you really mean 0.1mg or 0.1gr? 0.1mg does seem like a homeopathic dose.

Anyways thanks for this, it's refreshing.

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