Commonly abused drugs such as alcohol, cannabis, cocaine, and heroin are still the most widely used, but hundreds of new synthetic substances have emerged in recent years. The main danger is the lack of knowledge of what they really contain.
Many people go through the Narconon Europe Program and they are happy to share their successes with us. Here are a couple of those successes.
Like other European countries, Denmark struggles with use of cannabis, alcohol, heroin, cocaine and amphetamine among its citizens. Unlike other countries, cannabis is the primary drug creating 70% of rehab arrivals.
My addiction to heroin and cocaine was getting worse every day, I had instances of overdose and passing out and for the last two years, I was afraid of falling asleep and never waking up again. I couldn’t work anymore. I had been to different rehabs—twice at a psychiatric clinic in Greece where I was given drug pills and once at a rehab program in Georgia—but nothing was working.
The Narconon Program consists of several specific steps a person needs to do in order to remain drug-free and finally start to live the life he or she desires. In this article I want to show you the importance of the life skill courses that one does at the end step of the Narconon Program .
The word “objective” means having to do with physical objects and outward things, not one’s internal thoughts and feelings. An objective procedure is, therefore, one that helps a person take his attention off himself and put it outward on his environment. As objectives bring the person out of the past and into the present, they constitute a vital step of the Narconon Program.
After Drug-Free Withdrawal, participants take the next step, which is New Life Detoxification. Thanks to a standard sauna and vitamin regimen, students get rid of the drug residues which, up to that point, have remained in the fatty tissues of the body. Here is what two students have to say about this…
As students progress through the Narconon Program, their view of the world changes. They become their true selves, they see things as they really are and they are no longer hung up on past situations and problems.
This is the beginning of a new chapter in my life. My success is that I’m a lot more focused on the problems that I’m facing in present time and I am here, ready to confront any situation with no distractions.
I was 17 years old when I tried my first drug. I was leading a normal teenage life. My school days were like everyone else’s…