This is something I wrote in a forum on microdosing iboga, and I think it connects well with the ideas on the pages here.
First, there is this mini-guide, which is thoughtful and well-written, IMO.
I posted below it with a couple of complements and links.
There is one main thing I would add.
Bear in mind that I am not an expert on addiction treatment. My comments refer only to microdosing for personal development. Working with this plant while dealing with heavy emotions, personal emergencies or immediate physiological imbalances — that’s not my department. I can learn, but I don’t have experience with it.
For me the most striking property of iboga is its ability to erase patterns — all kinds — and operate as a multidimensional reset button.
Another unusual thing about it is how it tends to linger in your system and not dissipate after three days like most teacher plants.
Considering these two properties, I think it is imperative to have a practice of introspection, of stepping back from one’s current life events and looking for a larger picture. One needs a sense of where one is at in one’s journey, a sense of which way is up, a sort of cosmic common sense. Some people call that seasoning, maturity or wisdom. Whatever you call it, it’s not to be found in a pill, even the most magical kind.
Without it, there can be a risk of getting disoriented and confused.
You can make things disappear with it. That is truly an awesome power. When a pattern disappears — mental, emotional, physiological, karmic, whatever — you need to know what to fill the empty space with. You need to have a sense of direction to be able to integrate the change in a broader process of evolution. I don’t mean a sense of direction as in a career or life plan in the outer world. I mean a sense of direction about this work. The direction, of course, is deeper in.
I would say that the most important thing about microdosing for personal evolution is the other things that you are doing beside the microdosing — psychotherapy, meditation, writing, art, energy work, any kind of healing practice that will help you develop that kind of savvy, that sense of which way is up and which way you are headed. You can look at it as getting the technical skills needed to operate this incredibly powerful tool. Your spaceship driver’s license.