The Purpose of Narconon Objectives

What Addiction Effects

Drug and alcohol addiction not only effects the body, key organs and the brain but a human being as a spirit. Those taking drugs are often stuck in past moments which can cause them to want to use even more. The more a person uses, the more they get stuck in the past. With an inability to face the present and future they use more and more drugs to get the same result. The outcome is addiction.

Addiction Effects The Body & Brain

The most complex organ located inside the human body is the brain. The center of all human activity revolves around this 3 pound mass of nerve cells and muscle. Without the brain we would not be able to breathe, taste, brush your teeth, or put on your shoes in the morning. The brain is responsible for regulating all of the bodily functions so when someone takes drugs their bodily functions can change drastically.

Many addicts experience health problems that can be permanent if the drug use is not stopped in enough time. Stopping the use of drugs and being able to get toxins out of the body left by them, along with taking good care of oneself can stop the cycle of destruction that addiction does to the body.

The spirit or the person also needs rehabilitation as well to mentally get unstuck from the past and move into the future with a new positive viewpoint on life.

Purpose of Narconon Objectives

When an individual is abusing drugs, their ability to focus on goals and objectives is greatly affected. Drug and alcohol addiction also greatly influences an individual’s ability to communicate efficiently. When a person is abusing drugs or alcohol they have a hard time focusing, lack communication skills, and are unable to solve common problems, ultimately leaving them unable to achieve their goals in life.

The Narconon Objectives course is a 2 part process. The first consists of a series of drills and communication exercises. These exercises focus on helping an individual confront the difficult situations they might find themselves in life. This course is also responsible for giving a person a better understanding of what communication really is and allows them to apply it to their present time situations in life. The student also works with another student in the second portion of the objectives course. One student works as a coach, while the other completes a series of objective exercises. These exercises focus on improving an individual’s present time awareness of what is going on around them, increases their ability to keep focus and  complete common tasks and goals that they start, as well as those all important communication skills. The focus being on the communication portion assists the students in identifying problems in life, and how to solve them without the use of drugs or alcohol.

With this renewed awareness of an individual’s life, as well as what is going on around him or her in the present time, comes the ability to keep focus on those objectives that factor into completing activities and projects once started.

Students will also notice an enormous increase in the personal communication ability’s that will allow them to immediately recognize those negative and positive influences in his or hers life.

Narconon has had thousands of clients who have received Objectives and here is just one success from this part of the drug rehab program:

“During my active addiction, I had disconnected from all the positive influences in my life. I was unable to confront or communicate with people around me, and found myself all alone. After completing the objectives course, it was like a fog was lifted, and I was able to look someone in the eye, and carry on a normal conversation. I had not been able to do this for years, so this was huge for me. I now have over 3 years of sobriety, I am married, and have beautiful baby girl. Life is good, and I owe it to the Narconon Program!”-Narconon Graduate-

Objectives are a standard part of the Narconon program and they achieve miraculous results. Call Narconon at 800-468-6933 for more information.