[Ibogaine] OT maybe Dreams
ptpeet at nyc.rr.com
Sun Oct 15 22:50:46 EDT 2006
I sometimes dream of singing and playing guitar, but more often "just"
It usually leaves me feeling the exact same as if I've had a flying dream-
relaxed, rested, and rejuvinated.
"America is not so much a nightmare as a non-dream.
The American non-dream is precisely a move to wipe
the dream out of existence.
The dream is a spontaneous happening and
therefore dangerous to a control system set up by
William S. Burroughs
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----- Original Message -----
From: Carlton B
To: ibogaine at mindvox.com
Sent: Saturday, October 14, 2006 11:48 AM
Subject: Re: [Ibogaine] OT maybe Dreams
I found the dream aspect of iboga interesting too. What I saw during the
ritual was definitely hallucinations, no doubt about it. The interesting
thing is that the character of my dreamstates has really changed. After my
iboga experience, my waking states are free of non-trivial negative thoughts
and emotions. So it seems really odd to me that I still get nightmares. I
had a lot of nightmares prior to taking iboga, but they were often chaotic,
incoherent, and focused around a small set of 6 suddenly emergent memes
(generally relating to massive scale disasters). Now my nightmares are
more elaborate and nuanced than they were before, sort of like a suspense
In my view, this supports the idea that the dream is just the self-aware
part of the brain watching the subconscious janitor dumping the
neurochemical garbage at night, and trying to make sense of the resultant
perceptual artifacts. Or maybe it's all just bullshit, I have no idea.
In the past I often feared that my nightmares might be a sign of some
insidious underlying fault or unresolved conflict; now I choose to believe
it's just my brain taking a nightly dump.
I do wish I could get some musical/aesthetic elements in my dreams; I'm
envious of those who do.
On 10/14/06, BiscuitBoy714 at aol.com <BiscuitBoy714 at aol.com> wrote:
I've read about dreams on the list here lately. I think that Ibogaine kinda
tweaks something in the brain that brings about lucid dreaming. I know it
was hard for me to tell if I was dreaming or tripping during my treatment
for methadone addiction. The hallucinations seemed so realistic to me. I've
done boosters 3 times in the past couple of years and took a 6mg. per kg.
mini treatment 4 months ago, so I don't know if what I experienced this
morning has anything to do with Ibogaine or not. Well last night I had using
dream and that always scares me but, in this dream I was playing the guitar
and I remember thinking in the dream, " I need to remember these chords
they're cool." I woke up this morning and the chords were still in my head
and they go along perfect with some words I wrote about being in, and going
to, Manhattan. There is a space for a harmonica lead and everything. I'm
amazed. I've dreamed of music before but it always eluded me later. I wonder
what the difference was this time? Free Your Mind and Your Ass Will
Follow (George Clinton) Peace Randy
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