Started by Migaloo, November 24, 2017, 05:03:31 AM
Quote from: Migaloo on December 10, 2017, 07:12:24 PMcurrently having a discussion about a practitioners style on the Toad and 5 Meo DMT Testimonials site. Heres part of what I posted..... I made a suggestion on another post that I, or someone, could organise a global internet tele conference with some of the main players to discuss some main issues that could also have input from viewers. More on this to come Im sure.[/size]I have mentioned before I have had 4 sessions with this practitioner and found his facilitation both powerful and revolutionary. That said there are some processes I do not agree with and if I was to do a ceremony with with this practitioner I would state them clearly. Such as, do not put water in my mouth unless I have stopped breathing for at least 30 seconds, I don't want rap~e unless I'm really stuck and under NO circumstances are you to use your electric zapper on me. Then I would do ceremony with this practitioner in a heart beat knowing my needs were respected. Anyone can do this and I encourage people to read the piece I wrote in the file section above on "Choosing a Practitioner" and take any action required. [/color][/size]I am glad that I have come to a stage with the medicine that I now just sit with my partner and we manage our own set, setting, style and integration. I love doing it in deep nature and shallow water, with the longer, say, one hour style, of slow integration, then a relaxing day or two out of the matrix afterwards.[/color][/size]On the Zapper, this practitioner has made an apology to the person in the video that he wasn't warned about this option before using it on him and he will in the future alway check for consent before using any tools in his shamanic tool box. I understand people can amend the consent form to suit the initiates needs. This practitioner is a hard task master and not for everyone. In fact the Toad is an even harder task master and definitely not for everyone. There is no rush to have toad and no shame to say it's not for me and wise to do your research before hand. [/color][/size]One positive thing to come out of all this is it appears a "Practitioners Code" is in the wind. I have put a few points down to get the ball rolling in a previous post and there will be loads more discussion and work on this Im sure.[/color][/size]I trust that our teething issues will be resolved and we as a new community will come of age and hold this special amazing frequency in balance and reverence and inspire the change we need in this world. [/color][/size]I bow to all those who walk this path with this medicineand trust the gifts offered by Toad and this molecule will find their home. Aho !
Quote from: Migaloo on December 14, 2017, 04:38:45 PMThanks Teafaerie, loved Carrying the Light, well said. I have added a few more points the the list in my proposed Practitioners code in light of recent discussions and videos. There are a few ideas being mentioned on how to come up with the definitive Code. my guess it will organically evolve. How do we reach consensus of a code around the world on this? which method is best? 1 That they will not do anything without your prior consent. 2 That they will be attentive to our needs till we feel done. 3 That they only intervene when really nessecary or with prior agreement. 4 That someone is present that is qualified in first aid and CPR. 5 That they do not interfere unnecessarily, use rap`e, pour water in your mouth or use any electrical devices without your prior consent. 6 That adequate integration is offered or a least contacts if there is any follow up integration issues. 7 That ceremony is conducted in a private, safe and respectful setting. 8 That adequate supervision and assistance is given to ensure the safety of the initiate.9 That if intervention is required due to stuck energy, safety issues or a life threatening situation, that perimeters are worked out first e.g. if I stop breathing for more than 30 seconds you can pour water in my mouth.10 That the practitioner conducts a thorough medical and spiritual survey to determine the stability of the initiate.
Quote from: Carlitos on April 17, 2018, 06:57:26 AMDear friends,Im curious if anyone has devised guidelines and protocols specifically for hairy PTSD catharsis like War Trauma. Ive been working in this area the last couple of years and I feel a few caveats should be worked in somehow.1) Veterans and or/ Ex Military require deeper pre-screening for complications from TBI and contraindications from multiple Rx medication therapy, and as such, may be disqualified at a higher rate and/or require longer preparation and detoxification? 2) Veteran patients and their guides should ideally be accompanied by other Veterans in the session for full trust capacity3) Members of the Special Forces who have undergone trauma-based conditioning and who's kill-instinct reactions are unconscious should not undergo this therapy unless under extremely rigorous conditions of safety, including having fully trained security staff in the event of a combat or op flashback.
Quote from: Carlitos on April 18, 2018, 11:46:06 AMBeyond the three I have offered? Well, education about the availability of this and other modalities is still in its infancy, so most Vets are not aware our medicine exists. Would like to figure out how to safely spread the word.Then, there needs to be solid post-treatment integration, with a specific CPT-Rewiring angle, that is guided by someone trustworth to Vets, which usually means only service personnel. Even people like me, who have gained a measure of credibility and trust, are still "civilians and outsiders." On that note, all those who will undergo MAJOR trauma catharsis need solid, in-depth post-treatment integration.Also, IMO&E there needs to be a specially designed detox protocol from the (on average) 15-30 DAILY Rx medication cocktails most Vets are subjected to in order to get VA PTSD care. Far and above most other detox protocols. More later.
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