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According to the European Ibogaine Conference 2017 in Vienna, Austria, AFTERCARE is one of the most fundamental aspects of post ibogaine recovery in order to maintain freedom from opiates.
Returning to the same environment that was backdrop to the using addict increases probability that the addict will revert to previous coping techniques and behaviors.
Obviously, Ibogaine is not administered in the United States, nor are there too many alternative recovery model options in the United States for continual relapsers. Bill Wilson's 12 step model is the most commonly used form of attempted recovery. There is also what is called the STEP program.
Most people struggling with opiate addiction seek out Suboxone, Methadone, Subutex and Vivitrol which are long acting opiates to replace the short acting opiates (heroin and/or oxycodone, oxycontin, roxy). .....Basically the same thing just more socially acceptable.
Other people struggling with addiction also attempt to include various psychotropic prescriptions to feel better. It is very common for one SSRI, MAOI or SNRI to turn into a conglomeration of 2, 3, 4, 5 different pill combinations as each pill has a secondary and tertiary effects on the neuro-chemistry of one's body. Before a person knows it, she's 30 years old and taking the amount of medications her 80 year old grandmother would be taking for health ailments.
The thing about psychiatric medications, is that taking them is like playing Russian Roulette. It doesn't have to be this way, but psychicatric MDs often do no test for individual variances of neurotransmiters or variances within internal milieu states among individuals to adequately access which pharmacological drug would be best suited for the individual.
Psychiatrists don't often inquire about whether or not family members have taken psychiatric medications and if so, which medications have been known to work best for them? There is a often a correlation that if one psychotropic drug works well on a sibling or a parent or a child or a grandparent, the chances that it will effectively work on the prospective client dramatically increases as well. Because these routes are not being explored, many clinical cases become about trial and error and compensating for side effects.
Most every patient is currently treated as one in the same. This prototype concept is primarily due to arrangements that psychiatrists have with big pharm companies. Patients are automatically prescribed one of the following: Paxil, Zoloft, Effexor, Wellbutrin, Prozac, Topamax, Buspar, Sonata, Seroquel, Lamictal, Ambien and on and on and on.
If one wants to come off any of the above mentioned pharmaceutical drugs, most have absolutely atrocious side effects and withdrawals.
In returning to one of the 2017 European Ibogaine Conference's focus on aftercare, recovering addicts are in dire need of alternative therapies and treatments to help them break free from their addictions.
It is clear that traditional 12 step modules have very low recovery rates and people with addictions are suffering, as approximately only 5%-10% "get" the Big Blue Book. It's actually, quite ........"blue." Might be better to go green?
Psychiatric medications are quite outdated and limiting. The European Ibogaine Conference professionals did not make this statement. I make this statement. Medications can be helpful for certain individuals with imbalances. Usually within 9 months, these imbalances are corrected and the individual no longer needs to be on the medications. However, this fact is not commonly shared from a psychiatrist to a patient. Hmmm. I wonder........what would the VALUE be in that? I don't think I have to further SUM it up.
What if there were a one time cure? There is! It's Ibogaine......Not that it is really a "cure-all," as there are many facets of recovery, but Ibogaine does take away one of the hardest aspects of opiate recovery - Ibogaine eliminates withdrawals.
"It PAUSES the PAWS."
As mentioned, new approaches to aftercare need to be taken into consideration including things such as:
Important therapeutic modalities for psychospiritual Ibogaine integration include:
Of course there isn't a lot of recovery in 12 steps. How boring? How many times can one hear the same thing over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over
Toward the end of his physical body, Bill W. even realized the importance of psychedelics in mind expansion, peace and happiness.
At IboGreen we base our aftercare program on finding routes of passion for work, for play, for cleansing and for being true to one's self. We identify areas of potential friction, increase effective communication methods by incorporating aspects of neurolinguistic programming and non violent communication.
We teach people how to live "one day at a time" while making plans of purpose and of fun for the future!
At IboGreen, we teach people how to spend their hours free of the restless self, the overthinking mind, the need to go, to do, to talk, to fill, to fill to fill the perceived void. We don't avoid the void .....we void the void...... and help each individual build a Rose Compass so that they can learn about their self patterns through self awareness and create a set of tools to navigate through the world with confidence and belief in themselves.
This world tries to tear us down enough through judgment and criticism and instillation of self doubt. At IboGreen, we help people shape and navigate their lives in positive growing directions.
Personally, I encourage addicts and non-addicts to attempt eliminating negative self criticism to other. If action is performed or language is used where one notices self judgment that s/he has behaved "badly". Just make note, change the external behavior, the inside will follow. Don't do it again. Don't harp on it unless you're strumming a chord........ and move on. Negative self criticism is shame. It is the self's view of imagined other's view of self and/or other's real view of self......but it doesn't make other's view a pesonal truth.
Put a flame to shame. It serves no purpose. Turn the burn into Satori (enlightenment) instead. Be your own best - "amie."
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