Quote from: Truth on June 09, 2017, 11:38:50 PM
Gooday fine people,
Ive found sub-threshold doses, particularly, when done in succession ie: directly, one after the other, can bring about some profound cathartic releases.
It takes some getting used to, and can take some courage and determination particularly if its done alone. Perhaps because of working alone, the releases , Ive found personally can be very deep.
I don't know that I could have as easily let go in front of other people though.........especially during two sessions in particular. Both occasions were pretty messy in various ways and the fact that no one else was there to hear me wail and cry or to see me on my hands and knees purging was releaving, I didn't have to be on guard presenting an image. it was just one thing that didn't have to be worried about so I was able to go deeper and let go of more.
So I think that sub-threshold doses are great for doing release work and are a very valid and helpful way to use the medicine
I couldn't relate more to the feeling of not being able to have such a cathartic experience in front of someone/anyone. I've never experienced 5 meo... but I really do not like the idea of being around people while I'm having nn dmt experiences. I also will take 5-7g of mushrooms two or three times a year to release anything that needs to be. I don't like my roommates being home while I do this, because the weeping/sobbing/ chanting can get loud and it makes me uncomfortable unfortunately to risk my roommates hearing my insanity lol. I do like to have someone nearby just in case I need their support. Even a seasoned vet can be reminded that they are no match and must bow humbly to the essence of the mushroom (or whichever substance you are working with).
I'm happy I'm here. This is my first post other than my intro. Have a great day everyone