I Personally Gained Patience, Understanding and Thoughtfulness

Following drug-free withdrawal and New Life Detoxification, the Narconon student moves on to the Objectives. These exercises help bring the student into communication with others and with the present environment, extroverting the student’s attention from disturbing memories associated with drug use and enabling the student to achieve a wider perspective that is less subjective and more objective. He is able to view the world around him clearly, often for the first time in years. This is what a student has to say after having completed the Objectives step of the program.

Objectives were very quick and funny and happy during the first few weeks. But objectives 14 and 15 were quite trying on my twin and I, mainly because of personal views and feelings but we pushed through and got it completed eventually and we both feel much better for it.
I personally gained patience, understanding, and thoughtfulness from the objectives part of the program.

E.B.—Narconon Melbourne Student

To preserve privacy, the photo does not show an actual Narconon student or graduate.


Christine Bauer

Christine is the Dissemination Secretary at Narconon Melbourne, Australia. She is also a graduate of the program and has been free of drugs for 11 years.