[Ibogaine] The War on Consciousness , Marc Emery
simonloxton at yahoo.co.uk
Sun Sep 23 09:22:07 EDT 2007
Your comment on the success and the relationship between provider and initiate is a very important point. I have discovered the importance of this while with the Bwiti.
Just from my experience in tattooing; there is a flow of energy between you and the person you are working on. If the person is resisting you or the experience it becomes allot more draining to accomplish some thing you both want compared to some one who is working with you. You have to get the person to open up to you especially with iboga as I have seen allot of people try fight the experience in the beginning which I see as a waste of energy. Comparatively the people that work with you have a much better result at the end of the process.
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From: Douglas Fraser <doug_fraser at microcinema.com>
To: The Ibogaine List <ibogaine at mindvox.com>
Sent: Sunday, 23 September, 2007 3:01:04 PM
Subject: Re: [Ibogaine] The War on Consciousness , Marc Emery
Given my impression of Marc, I would say he thinks addicts are all
missing father figures because it's those who have that issue that
gravitate towards him - that is the role he obviously wants to play.
For those of us who aren't buying it... like the DEA...
I can certainly see how an addiction with something so biologically
powerful as opiates could develop in the absence of family /
developmental issues. Alcohol, on the other hand, is different - I
can't see how an addiction would develop minus any family / emotional
has anyone done any studies or thought about how provider / patient
personality types or how the personal issues of both enmesh have an
effect on the success of the treatment? we are dealing with a
psychedelic here - you can't reduce ibogaine down to its biological
action (as much as the scientists would love to, but they don't know squat)
towards that end.... my personality meshed with Sara's quite well.
Marc, OTOH, would have pissed me off greatly
also, would people please trim their messages of useless crap at the
end? there's only so much disk space in the archives....
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