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Community Meeting 6/18: Harnessing Anger in Microdosing for Healing
In our microdosing journey, it is NOT always bliss. There is a range of emotions, including anger, in our healing journey that cannot be overlooked. This was the topic of exploration in this week's integration meeting. When it is applied to trauma, there is a transformative power of utilizing certain emotions, such as anger, as a catalyst for healing. Drawing inspiration from the teachings of esteemed psychologist and author, Gabor Maté, I invite you to explore the non-duality of our world and the significance of accepting the existence of both beauty and evil. While it is natural to be repelled by the darkness and evilness that can pervade our world, our inner peace and healing do not lie in the mere eradication of external negativity. Instead, true transformation arises when we learn to accept the world as it is, embracing its paradoxical nature. By shifting our focus inward, we can embark on a journey of self-reflection, thereby contributing to the healing of our ancestors and the dynamics within our present field of awareness. This is CHANGE 👁️ Within the framework of microdosing, the controlled and intentional use of psychedelics, anger can be harnessed as a powerful force for positive change. By channeling our anger constructively and avoiding harm to ourselves or others, we tap into the transformative potential of this intense emotion. When held in conscious awareness, anger can unveil deep-seated wounds, injustices, and unresolved traumas, offering an opportunity for healing and personal evolution. This is CHANGE 👁️ We come to understand that our healing journey is intricately connected to our ability to cultivate self-compassion, empathy, and an authentic sense of responsibility. By acknowledging and healing our pain, we contribute to breaking the intergenerational cycles of suffering that have been passed down through our lineage. This is CHANGE 👁️ This profound work not only brings personal liberation but also fosters healthier family dynamics and ultimately contributes to the collective healing of humanity.
New comment Oct '23
Community Meeting 6/18: Harnessing Anger in Microdosing for Healing
1 like • Oct '23
Ive noticed myself getting angry lately, a change from my usual anxiety spiral, and Im learning to be ok with it. Growing up it wasn't safe to express anger, and now I am learning to feel it, sit with it and know that I will be ok. No acting out or raging, just saying "Im angry!" and allowing it to pass through me. The good news is, it does pass! 🙏
Let's chat about anxiety...
Let me ask you something personal - what does anxiety feel like for you? I know it can be tough to share your innermost thoughts with those around you. Despite the progress made around mental health, there's still a lingering stigma that can make us feel "less than" or misunderstood. It's frustrating, right?🤔 But here's what I want you to know - you are not alone. I've been there too, and I know first hand how isolating and debilitating anxiety can be. I remember feeling like I was in a constant fog, unable to fully articulate my thoughts or feelings. My brain was always creating problems that didn't even exist, and I was convinced that everything I did would turn out badly. But here's the thing - it doesn't have to be this way. You don't have to suffer in silence or let anxiety control your life.💯 That's where microdosing comes in. Microdosing, combined with practices like meditation, nature walks, and a healthy diet, can help kick anxiety to the curb and bring more peace and calm into your life.🍄 The bottom line is this - if you're tired of feeling anxious and want to take control of your mental health, microdosing may be the answer you've been looking for. It's time to break free from the cycle of negative thinking and start living your life to the fullest. You deserve it.👍
New comment Jun '23
1 like • Jun '23
My anxiety has gone way down since I started my 90 day protocol. I used to spiral and go inward for days, not eating or sleeping, crying uncontrollably, ruminating over situations and people. I still have anxiety but it is way less traumatic. I tend to do more journaling to get to the root of what is triggering the anxiety. I can almost always figure it out, and once the storm has passed, I can reflect on my triggers. I see what issues still need attention and try to be compassionate and nurture myself through the process. The one thing I have noticed, and maybe others can relate, is that when the tears need to flow, they get released like a river. Its like a stockpile of anxious energy that feels intense in the moment, but peaceful afterwards.
0 likes • Jun '23
@Kari Lynch just now seeing this. I’m on my 3rd month and I have had a setback. I’m hoping to work through my anxiety in this moment. It’s not a perfect science, some situations hit harder than others. I’m going through a painful breakup and the side effects are unavoidable, I wish there were a magic pill for heartache.
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Hi, I'm continuing my micro dose journey but switching to Medicine Box. I was looking for more guidance and community than my last collaboration, looking forward to hearing from you all.
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