Awakening in the Dream House

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Website:  www.awakeninginthedream.com

Email: asha@awakeninginthedream.com

Contact Person: Rocky Caravelli / Asha Caravelli

Phone: Rocky (415) 747-4248 or Asha (415) 272-0552

In Mexico- 011-52-1-415-169-7465

Location: San Miguel De Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico.

Cost of Treatment: Chemical dependency treatment ranges from $4500-$6000.

Please call to confirm pricing.

Length of Treatment: Approximately two weeks.

Client Capacity: 1-2 at a time.

How Long with Ibogaine Treatment: 15 years total experience.

Fatalities:  Zero, based on over 900 people treated since 2005.

Medical Supervision:  Upon arrival there is a pre-treatment protocol. Our MD will do a full physical evaluation, and one of our primary facilitators will complete the intake process. Clients begin by taking supplements to prepare their bodies.  Stabilization and comfort are the early considerations. It also takes a few days to acclimate to the climate. The Ibogaine detox itself usually begins after four days in Mexico and lasts for 3-4 days.

The dose ranges and treatment protocol for Ibogaine will be specifically designed to provide you with what you need on a physical and personal level.

Awakening in the Dream House is located three blocks from a hospital in case any need for medical care arises.

Some clients like to bring a friend with them who can provide additional support in the days following treatment.

Screening Process:  Prior to treatment you will need to fill out an application providing a detailed medical history and mental health assessment.

Requested medical reports are to be completed in advance of travel for a proper outline of health. Abnormal, irregular, or falsified tests pose serious threats to the outcome of ibogaine treatment. EKG and Blood Work/liver Panel are mandatory prior to arrival in Mexico. A physical evaluation by our doctor is the determining factor; any question to the stability of your health may cause us to postpone or cancel the treatment.

Transportation:  A passport is required for travel to this part of Mexico. Expedited passport information is on the website.  It is recommended that you use American Airlines. There are daily flights on American Airlines, from Dallas Texas (DFW), to Leon Guanajuato (BJX). Avoid going through Mexico City. You also need to book a Shuttle Service from Leon Guanajuato airport to San Miguel where the Ibogaine treatment takes place.

For 2 nights upon arrival, you will need to book a hotel or hostel in San Miguel De Allende, for the intake period, preparation, medical tests, physical etc. We will meet with you the day after you arrive. After the 2 days you will come to the Dream House to receive session/treatment (approximately 6 days). After the Ibogaine treatment, we would suggest staying an additional 4 days in San Miguel at a hotel to insure your treatment is complete.

Special Features:  A message from Rocky and Asha, “This is not a traditional facility where you the ‘client’ are separate from the ‘staff’. Our intent is to dissolve the illusion of separation that is at the core of the addiction process.” This is hand crafted Ibogaine treatment by a couple who has been working with plant medicine for over 15 years. Their protocols have been honed over the years to provide safe and effective Ibogaine treatment.

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