Unburdening the Guilt of Past Drug Use

On the Personal Values Course, students learn how personal values are lost and how to restore them. They come to recognise their actual obligations. They learn a procedure that enables them to take full responsibility for their past misdeeds and thereby gain relief from the associated trauma and guilt connected with them. By the end of this course, students can leave the past behind and move forward into a positive future.

Before I started writing down all the harmful acts of the past, I was really anxious. I have learned and realised what has brought me to where I was before I came to Narconon. Now I know what are good, ethical things and what bad and un-ethical things are. So now I choose and do what is best for myself and for others. I have felt a massive relief and weight lifted off my shoulders. I have accepted what I have done in the past and now I know what not to do.
I am very proud of what I have achieved.

Narconon Student


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

AUTHOR

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.

NARCONON MELBOURNE

DRUG EDUCATION AND REHABILITATION