About Urban Drug Rehab
“It all began back in the late 70s when I took my first LSD trip. It was a beautiful spiritual experience. It satisfied the deepest desires of my soul. I had never felt so alive, so real. It was as if a filter had been removed and I saw everything as it really was, I wanted more of that.
From then on I chased that state through different drugs but I never again recaptured that perfect intoxicating mix of bonding, exhilaration and euphoria; the thrill of anticipating a life of limitless opportunity and wonder stretching ahead of me. Instead my quest led to speed-addiction, dingy squats, dealing and anarchism. I lost my passion to change the world and by the time I was 21, I was running out of reasons to keep living.
Every time I tried to quit drugs I failed, I’d always eventually relapse, or get into excessive alcohol, drinking in parks with social outcasts or until I blacked-out. It took me nearly 10 years to finally quit drugs, an entire decade of misery, paranoia, psychosis and suicidal depression. I thought I was a failure, a loser and a hopeless addict, and that I’d never feel good again.
It took another decade to work out that I wasn’t hopeless, that you can quickly rebuild optimum physical and psychological health after addiction. Also that there is no need to go into time wasting ‘what went wrong’ territory and, most importantly, that if you apply a system to rebuild your body with chi and chi-flow, your mind and spirit follow.
It’s been decades since my first LSD trip, but people are still going through the same terrible relapse cycles and suffering the mental anguish of addiction. They are being told they are diseased and powerless for life. This is ridiculous, they are not diseased, they just don’t know how to quit. It’s like putting people who have never driven a car behind the wheel and then calling them diseased for running off the road.
That old recovery system was developed back in the last century for very different society. Back then no one could have imagined the global boom in recreational drug use. Not in their wildest dreams would they have envisaged the normalisation of recreational drug use (25% of the US population alone has a problem with drugs) across every sector of society.
Everything has changed, but the recovery industry has stayed the same. My mission is to bravely go where no person has gone before and spread a hopeful, inspirational and empowered new model of recovery. Show everyone how to quit, how to recover fast and how to use past experiences to benefit themselves, those around them, and ultimately all of humankind.”
Jost Sauer, Founder Urban Drug Rehab
The Jost Sauer Recovery System
Most people have trouble quitting drugs and keep relapsing because they get trapped in the emotional mess that recreational drug use creates. Guilt, anxiety, paranoia, depression, fear and shame are all natural outcomes of extended recreational drug use. The most effective recovery strategy is to forget all of that and focus on the physical, on creating chi-flow. This is exactly what happens when you relapse and take a drug, it forces your chi to flow and all those negative symptoms instantly disappear.
My recovery strategy does exactly the same thing but without the drugs. Recreational drugs create side-effects because they hijack your body’s internal energy (chi) stores to generate enhanced productivity or altered states. But these are limited, this is why drug highs always decline, they have less and less chi to activate. This is also why you get the side effects. Simply reverse the ratio and put more chi or energy in than you use up, your symptoms will disappear. Keep going and you have the basis for extreme wellbeing, success, happiness and natural altered states on demand.
I use five strategies to increase your energy or ‘chi’ input which, in combination, heal addiction and create the basis for enhanced performance or altered states again. These include orthomolecular therapy (vitamin therapy), a medicinal diet, cognitive embodiment (the use of specific postures to delete negative emotions and cravings), acupuncture and remedial massage, Chinese herbal formulas, my Chi Cycle therapeutic lifestyle (to imprint new habits and cycles over the old) and strategies to keep you moving purposefully towards visionary goals. All of this builds chi and creates chi-flow.
I developed my system by using Chinese medicine to reverse-engineer drug highs and also by analyzing why and how nutritional supplements, a healthy diet, therapeutic exercise, weight-lifting, martial arts, meditation, tai-chi, and yoga make you feel good. It all comes down to building chi and making chi move. So I extracted the most powerful aspect of each of those things and put them all together to create an accelerated recovery program.
As you start following this system, your emotions automatically balance and you improve physically, emotionally and spiritually every day. The more you invest in yourself, the faster this process is.