If Nothing Changes, Nothing Changes
When people come into drug rehab, it is not because they are loving their lives. Most people who have hit a bottom, and are willing to accept help for their addiction, are very unhappy. Some can’t stand their lives, even one more day. These are some of the bravest people in the world, – those willing to face who and what they have become, reach out for help, and be open to learning a new way to live. They deserve the greatest of respect. A good drug rehab facility treats their guests with dignity and respect at all times.
The rehab treatment experience helps people to see their lives in a new light. Recovery is a process and the full healing of body, mind and spirit takes time. However, sometimes it happens in the twinkling of an eye, a new way to see the world emerges from the darkness. One of the tools sometimes used in the Spiritual Sessions at Serenity Vista are optical illusions. Our guests love them. They demonstrate how easy we can be fooled by our senses, into believing something that is just not authentic. Or maybe there are several different ways to look at things.
How many legs does the elephant in the picture have? Well, we think the answer should be four, but can we be sure? What else in your life appears to be one way, when it is actually another? A great slogan for your tool kit: “Change the way you look at things, and the things you look at change“.
Help To Change The Way You Look At Things
Complete immersion into a new way of living and being for 45, 70 or 90 days at a quality drug rehab literally forces a person to examine every area of their lives. Choosing a private-pay, holistic, and international drug rehab like Serenity Vista even gets you to a new country. Panama is quite a destination of amazing animals, foods and sights. You may never see that tropical breakfast fruit smoothie the same way again! If you would like to know more about your new life of sobriety, and how you can begin your journey of recovery in Panama, contact us at Serenity Vista Addiction Recovery Retreat in Boquete, Panama.