No! The stakes are too high. Without experience, it is very easy to release asbestos particles into the air. Those then can get stuck in your lungs, or the lungs of those around you, endangering yourself to diseases caused by asbestos. Removing asbestos in a way that could release particles is very easy to do when trying to remove asbestos when inexperienced, and would be against the whole point of removing the asbestos.
It depends on how new your home is. The use of asbestos in popcorn ceilings was outlawed in 1977, for example. But contractors were still allowed to use their extra supplies until it ran out. Because of this, homes with popcorn ceilings that were built before 1990 may contain asbestos in the ceiling, even though it was banned a while before that. Make sure to factor that sort of thing in when trying to figure out if your home is likely to contain asbestos. If you still are in doubt, you can call us to ask.