Do you honestly think the medical approach will heal his "lost soul"? They'll sedate the f out of him. I know it's not HR, but humans have issues that fall outside the realm of what the western medical community is capable of dealing with.If you can't rationalize it away on your own, consider seeking medical help.
I'm not the type of person who will always recommend medical help, nor am I the type to believe that neuroleptics are a good answer for most, nor am I the type who sticks straight and narrow to the scientific approach of our modern world. I know there are things we do not understand and that our approach to medicine is not equipped to handle. It's just that my impression from his posts is that he is having some sort of psychotic episode, and the best advice I could give considering this is to seek medical help. I have a feeling that trying to use further psychedelics to solve this problem will only exacerbate it. I can't in good conscience recommend it. I do not believe he needs to use ayahuasca, or mescaline, or iboga and that it's more likely than not that these will make things worse for him.Do you honestly think the medical approach will heal his "lost soul"? They'll sedate the f out of him. I know it's not HR, but humans have issues that fall outside the realm of what the western medical community is capable of dealing with.
This is but one example. To me this sounds like classic psychosis. Not just this but it jumped out at me as a good example.nishith said:E[VE[RYTHING
I do, however, support this advice. It may be good to talk to a therapist but make sure it's one who accepts psychedelics as something besides dangerous drugs. I was in therapy for a while after my divorce and opiate addiction and my therapist was a wonderful woman who supported my use of psychedelics as a tool. They do exist. But if you go to one that isn't like that, they will almost certainly just think you're crazy.And a therapist with experience with psychedelics would be a very good person to talk to. I once experienced profound derealization from an incident on Salvia, and just talking about it made me feel more present and alive. There can only be good that can come from talking about your problems to a caring individual.
I wasn't being arrogant, I took care to think of a compassionate response. I'm only sharing my advice, based on my witnessing of similar things from other posters and a friend over the years. Take it or leave it.its NOT psychosis, quit being arrogant.
its REAL to me