The Personal Values Course
The Personal Values Course provides people with the opportunity to take responsibility for and learn from past mistakes. Below are some wins from Narconon Colorado graduates they shared after completing this portion of the program.
“As I completed writing about my overts [harmful acts] on society, I feel as if I am a much better man and a completely more honest and truthful man. By recalling a lot of these accounts it has helped me get rid of my past transgressions and let me look forward to as much cleaner future and a much more successful outlook on life. It is all in the past now and it is time for me to move on and make myself a better life.” —Matt S.
“The process of writing my overts and withholds [harmful acts done and kept secret] has done a lot more for me than I thought it would. Most of the things I wrote about I hadn’t told anyone and it really did hold me back. I’m grateful for this because I don’t feel so guilty anymore.
It really helped me feel more at peace with what I’ve done. I got to take a look at things I’ve done to my family. It made me appreciate my family more and helped me to see what I had truly become because of what I had done. I’m more at peace with myself. I got relief from some of the things that were nagging at me in the back of my mind. I did some things to people (unintentionally) that made me feel like a terrible person. It’s not like that anymore.” —Bryon E.
(To preserve privacy photo does not show an actual Narconon Colorado graduate.)
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