IS IBOGAINE TREATMENT ONLY FOR OPIATE DETOX?
Individuals suffering from opiate addiction, alcoholism and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder make up the majority of the demographic for people seeking ibogaine treatment in western society.
Modern ailments such as asymptomatic depression and digitally-driven social media obsession serve as secondary motivators for treatment. The last category consists of people with psychological issues that stem from negative behavior patterns, psychosomatic in origin.
Ailments such as anorexia, bulimia, and Obsessive Compulsive Disordercan be addressed therapeutically with a single dose of ibogaine hydrochloride.
Accessing nonlinear thought within the waking dream, allows the dreamer to reflect on the different aspects of mirror psychology.
For many individuals, the experience is interpreted and understood through the eyes of an internal dreamer who’s objective point of view allows one to disassociate ones self from “self image” within the theater of mind, free from past identification.
Witnessing our acquired personality deconstruct in the wake of cinematic vignettes, reverses the negative effects of repressed emotions that remain suspended in the psyche and tracing back to the formative years of youth.
Much like PTSD, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, can be directly retraced to a static recollection of emotional trauma from a past event that had priorly shaped one’s self-understanding along with how an individual internally relates to themselves and others, mentally and emotionally. This type of misinterpretation can affect the way an individual behaves in almost all associated situations in their day to day reality.
Furthermore, problematic behaviors continue in most cases with residual psychosis overriding pragmatic logic and reason.
Unfortunately, this disordered thought process often translates into a situation where the individual finds themselves trapped in overtly repetitive behavior patterns when relating to the external reality.
Stress-point identification existing within our psyche, is most always traced back to single event in time where victim identification played a role in the final interpretation of the event.
Future events sharing similar dynamics, are reinforced by each subsequent memory following the original.
In extreme cases, this type of psychosis will often override logic and reason to a point of further affecting ones’s behavioral relationship to inanimate objects and the outside worldview.
Breaking out of a cyclical thought pattern, responsible for reinforcing childhood trauma, requires a shock that can only be provided by accessing our visionary consciousness, associated with extended periods of rapid eye movement during treatment with ibogaine.