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Most of us who have suffered from addiction have never experienced true unconditional love and acceptance – not from parents, friends, society or ourselves. As a result, we live with ego-based deficiencies stories that form the core of our identities – stories such as “I’m not good enough” or “I’m a failure.” These ego-based stories […]

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  Mindfulness is a very effective, evidence-based way to recover. For years, the literature and studies have defined addiction as occurring in three stages:  1) binge and intoxication, 2) withdrawal and negative affect, and 3) preoccupation and anticipation (or craving).  To simplify these stages, in stage 1 there is motivation towards the substance or activity […]

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  The connection created through giving and receiving attention has undeniable healing power: simply listening to another human being speak about their experiences with reality can make a large difference in well-being. We all need to be understood by others in order to feel whole. Oftentimes depression isolates people, making it difficult to express thoughts […]

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Addiction to Drugs & Alcohol is an awful disease.  The Natural Rest House Detox offers these services offers to teach you a great exercise to help you stop cravings. If you or a loved one need these tools to finally overcome Addiction call one of our representative today.  A simple yet powerful exercise whenever you are feeling  […]

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Mindfulness will heal Addiction Modern life is not always conducive to staying in the present moment, but as we are learning in the addiction field, the practice of mindfulness can bring greater joy into daily life and also help recovering addicts guard against relapse. It is not about apathy or suppression of feelings, but rather […]

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Like yoga, tai chi and related practices, Mindfulness Recovery involves a purposeful and nonjudgmental focus on one’s feelings, experiences, and internal and external processes in the present moment. Addiction is an automatic behavior used to escape difficult feelings or situations, whereas mindfulness involves conscious and deliberate focus on difficult emotions as a way to disarm […]

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Goodreads Book Giveaway Natural Rest for Addiction by Scott Kiloby Giveaway ends April 17, 2017. See the giveaway details at Goodreads. Enter Giveaway

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Q: Scott, I understand you recently celebrated 13 years in recovery.  Congratulations!  How did you do it? Scott:  By dealing with the underlying issues that drive addiction, mostly through mindfulness, non-dual awareness, inquiry and bodywork that focuses on trauma.  That work culminated in a loss of interest in trying to escape the present moment into […]

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 The Kiloby Center for Recovery sends the following letter to your insurance company upon admission into our program.  The letter outlines the Center’s unique approach and requests your insurance company to adequately cover your treatment.  The letter also outlines the need for all clients to participate fully in the Center’s aftercare program.    Dear Insurer: […]

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What is true Recovery from Addiction? This is one of the most important questions a person with a history of addiction can ask him- or herself:  What is true recovery?  The DSM and other well-respected manuals, literature and research tell us what the diagnoses of addiction look like.  And many have sought to capture what […]

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