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"A cultural study by Felicitas Goodman and Erika Bourguignon showed that 437 out of 488 societies are using altered states of consciousness to contact the spiritual realms. Lots of the problems that western society faces are due to a loss of this connection. Entheogens can catalyze a re-connection and by that stimulate helpful and beneficial insights." The above quoted text is borrowed from the European Ibogaine Forum to be held in Vienna, Austria this September 2017.
"America is actually number two in terms of per capita consumption of opioid pain medication (measured by dose equivalence between the various opioids)—contrary to recent CDC claims citing old data; these days Canada wears the crown. Canadians take 812 mg of morphine equivalents per capita, compared to 748 for the US. Other high-consuming countries include Denmark and Australia.
But high per capita consumption for pain treatment doesn’t automatically translate into high rates of misuse and addiction. Canada has an annual prevalence of prescription opioid misuse of 1%; the rate for the US, as noted above, is just over five times that, despite our lower levels of medical use."
"95% of American addiction treatment programs refer patients to 12-step meetings as a matter of course and 90% base a good portion of their treatment on 12-step principles. Fundamental to treatment in this system is the idea that complete abstinence from all “mind and mood altering” substances is the basis of recovery, though some programs are changing to allow maintenance drugs like Suboxone to be seen as part of recovery. People who recover on their own are viewed with skepticism (possibly as “dry drunks”) and the idea that one can stay sober without meeting attendance is seen as “denial.”
This is not the case in many other countries, where treatment, particularly for alcohol, is more varied and can include attempts at moderation. In the UK, for example, the majority of treatment for alcohol problems consists of talk therapies like cognitive behavioral therapy." Quote from: LINK 2014
To addictively repeat, research demonstrates there is only a 5-10% recovery rate from the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. Rehabilitation recovery centers are based off of the Bill Wilson's and Dr. Bob's 12 steps, hence their rate of recovery at the one year mark is approximately the same as the rate of 12 step groups. Furthermore, in case one doesn't realize, the drug rehabilitation business has a money making focus with financial kick backs and incentives for sales people to send clients to a particular rehabilitation facility, regardless of their efficacy rates.
To break through addiction barriers, new neurological routes must be opened. The story, and repetition of the story must be let go. Yes, telling and retelling of the story of the drinking and using is a step ahead of actual drinking and using, but can you imagine what talent, imagination, work productivity, playfulness and adventure that might instead fill the hours of repetitious AA and NA preambles, regurgitation of years of past of shared using and drinking experiences coupled with a few laughs regarding things that really aren't funny? Granted, it is beneficial for dopamine to get released in the body, so from that angle, the stories and relating to them is effective from a biological perspective. Laughing at running over a friend's leg or gut wrench puking in a shopping store is truly not funny yet masses will laugh.
12 step programs contribute to narcissistic tendencies and assumed comparable overlay of self's story onto the recovery story of other. Even though the preamble suggests that there be no "cross talk" and/or suggestions outside of the Big Book's material, members and in particular, sponsors will mask their inserted egoic opinions by telling other's what worked best for them by using "I language." "I did xyz to get sober. How badly do you want it?" "This is what worked for me......." implying that the same route will work for other and should be respected and applied. If it is not applied by the recovering listener, "@ell, I guess you don't want to be clean and sober bad enough. Why don't you go out and give yourself another run." Ego ego ego.
Don't get me wrong, AA helps many people.....well 5 %? better than 0%.....So does therapy. That stated, Ibogaine plant medicine when used for opiate recovery cuts through ego, cuts through years of therapy, transcends unintentional ego overlay of recovery suggestions onto other, uncovers and heals or at least begins the healing journey of PTSD at a faster rate than therapy and goes many steps beyond AA's 12, without including "13th stepping." haha.
Get with the IboGreen Ibogaine program, use the plant medicine and create spaces in your life to fill with hobbies, purpose, joy, laughter, friends with new connections in common and much more.
In any case, enough about the 12 steps. (Bill Wilson toward the end of his life saw the benefits of using LSD in addiction treatment and taking sobriety a step further into the spiritual realms and true love and happinnes of heart.
The houses beyond the last house on the block within Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous for addiction recovery are Ibogaine treatment facilities. There are continual and chronic relapsers within 12 step programs for a reason. Something about the program for these individuals is missing. They need to take it a step further. Plant medicine is that step further.
For those interested in the neuroscience of Ibogaine, Dr. Ignacio Carrera will be presenting at the Iboga conference in Vienna. His focus of intensive research has been "Ibogaine’s anti-addictive properties. Recent work suggests that ibogaine´s anti-addictive effects can be related to the release of Glial Cell Line-Derived Neurotrophic Factor (GDNF) in a midbrain region known as Ventral Tegmental Area (VTA) . GDNF is a protein that has been implicated in the attenuation of biochemical and behavioral changes observed upon exposure of rodents to drugs of abuse and thus represents a potential target for addiction."
IboGreen, an Ibogaine institute located 10 minutes across the San Diego border is helping people come off heroin, opiates such as oxycontin, oxycodone, roxies, percocet and long acting opiates not only with effective plant medicine, appropriate medical care but caring and loving staff.
"Get Clean with IboGreen."
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Plant medicine supplemented therapy is the future of now. In 2020 MDMA assisted therapy will be legalized in the United States. Get ahead of the program and change your life. Be proactive rather than following the "herds" and the "heards" Don't milk it and don't let your words fall on deaf ears including your own.
You can get clean and sober if you want to. The questions is.. . .. perhaps you don't want to and that is ok too. Your life is your life. No judgment here. I'm sure you get enough from "there."
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