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Eboka Talk / Re: How soon can I drive after a TA flood?
« Last post by Ali Bongo on December 10, 2018, 01:45:06 PM »
Thank you Rintrah. The DD never happened since my friend / sitter had to pull out. Fingers crossed it will happen in January.
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Eboka Talk / Re: How soon can I drive after a TA flood?
« Last post by Rintrah on November 26, 2018, 09:39:14 PM »
I would say definitely not safe. You should have at least 3 days where you don't have to do anything at all.
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Eboka Talk / How soon can I drive after a TA flood?
« Last post by Ali Bongo on November 23, 2018, 10:44:19 AM »
Hello Eboka members
I'm hoping to do a flood on Sunday using TA from Iboga World, using Michelle's recommended dose. I will be with one very experienced sitter for the first day, thereafter a less experienced sitter will take over (she still has some experience with iboga and knows what she's doing).
My Mum has suddenly told me that my Dad might need a lift from me roughly 50 hours after my dose. Will I be safe to drive so soon after a TA flood?
If it is unsafe I may have to flood another time.
Thank you in anticipation of your replies, Ali Bongo
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Eboka Talk / Re: Getting stuck / Incomplete or Partial Flood issues
« Last post by Ali Bongo on November 23, 2018, 10:41:00 AM »
That's really interesting RhythmSpring. I too am naturally skinny, always have been, but after doing my first ever water fasts (7 and 10 days respectively in Oct 2017 and Feb 2018) if anything I've filled out. It's like my digestion works better now so it absorbs more nutrition from what I eat. I think you're right about the mechanism of iboga being stored in the fat and then breaking down during fasting. Good luck with your intermittent fasting.
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Eboka Talk / Re: Getting stuck / Incomplete or Partial Flood issues
« Last post by RhythmSpring on November 15, 2018, 10:59:19 AM »
Ali Bongo, your experience aligns with mine!!! When I fast, I feel the presence of iboga. It might be because there is still some noribogaine lingering in my fat, and when I fast, my body breaks my fat down, releasing noribogaine. But aside from technical interpretations, something about emptying thyself resonates with the iboga spirit for sure.

Fasting, when done properly, is very rejuvenating. For now I am doing intermittent fasting (mainly going to bed on an empty stomach), because I'm skinny af.

Peace!
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Eboka Talk / Re: Getting stuck / Incomplete or Partial Flood issues
« Last post by Ali Bongo on November 07, 2018, 07:39:33 AM »
Hi, I'm new here but I have some experience of what I now believe were 4 sub-flood / partial flood experiences on retreats using the root back (next time I will be using TA at home with an experienced sitter and making sure I do FULL flood).
After all my partial floods I experienced benefits but also some experience of being 'stuck' afterwards in life. What got me past being stuck was water-only fasting (I did it for 7 days and 10 days 4/5 months apart). Even though the fasts were 2 and 6/7 months after iboga I could feel the iboga working through me on the fast. Each night was like medicine night (especially on the first one). I could feel the healing going on in my body and my mind. After the fast, my feeling of 'stuckness' had gone, I felt a clearer mind, it was sharp, there was no procrastination and dramatically reduced addictive habits. I couldn't remember feeling better. It's as if the fast allowed the iboga which was still present in my body to finish what it had started. If anyone gets stuck after iboga I would recommend looking into water-only-fasting. I looked up the work of Dr Alan Goldhamer to make sure I was doing it right and doing it safely.
Also, during the sub-flood experiences themselves I felt quite stuck, repeating the same visions over and over again and literally coming up against the same walls over and over again. I feel that a full flood will take me beyond this because my ego-mind will have less ability to resist the iboga, so maybe there will be no need top fast in the months after the experience.
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Eboka Talk / Re: 4 years after my flood my opinion on Iboga
« Last post by Ali Bongo on November 07, 2018, 06:53:33 AM »
Hello
I have experienced some mental decline after iboga, as well as a general feeling of 'being stuck' in life. I've found that water-only fasting (once for 7 days and once for 10 days) dealt with this. During the fast I could feel the iboga at work, that which had remained in my system even over half a year after my iboga experience. Every night felt like medicine night. I could feel the healing going on in my body and mind. It's as if my iboga experiences had done half a job and the water-only fast finished the job. After fasting I was clear in my mind, and functioning better than ever, procrastination, anxiety and addictive-habits dramatically reduced, effectiveness increased. Now I know, if I get stuck or decline after iboga, water-only fasting will sort it. To learn how to do it safely I researched the work of Dr Alan Goldhamer.
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Eboka Talk / Re: can i do 200 mg hcl without a sitter?
« Last post by Synesthete on November 02, 2018, 11:59:58 AM »
800 mg of TA is fine on your own. Take it on a day that you can devote entirely to healing. Take it with intent. You will likely feel dizzy and need to lay down. Take it with an OTC anti-emetic (Gravol or Dramamine). I would not exceed this dose alone and it also depends on your weight as well but for an adult it should be fine (someone over 45 kg).
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Eboka Talk / Re: Bwiti Innitiation
« Last post by Rintrah on October 17, 2018, 06:44:58 AM »
Hi Ibark. Nice... was that in Gabon?
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Eboka Talk / Re: Ibogaine community
« Last post by Rintrah on October 17, 2018, 06:42:32 AM »
Joined!
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