opiate addiction

Moving forward and remembering Lex Kogan. by I Begin Again

We have taken a brief break in sessions due to the tragic passing of my best friend, mentor, and business partner Lex Kogan. I can't believe it's been 33 days that I've walked around on this planet without him. Any delayed response to messages, lack of updates on this webpage, etc. have been due to this tragedy. In the last month I have found myself in Cambodia, America, and Costa Rica.

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New staff member. by I Begin Again

I was at Wat Kesaram alone a couple of days ago. I asked a couple of people if they spoke English as I had questions about some of the things on the temple grounds, in particular - a shrine of human bones. A man walked up to me and mentioned to me that he spoke decent English and gave me a tour of the grounds. 

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End of monsoon season. by I Begin Again

I want to thank Cambodia for allowing us to be here. I want to thank our neighbors for being so hospitable and helping us out when needed -- even if it is just a flat tire on a motorbike. Cambodia, you are winning my heart quite quickly. 

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Moving in, signing a lease, navigating Cambodia. by I Begin Again

It is our first night in the center and our emotions are all over the place. We are excited, restless, ready to work, and also exhausted. We invite you to take a look at some of our photos, feel free to ask for more photos, and contact us for any questions you might have about ibogaine treatment whether it be for opiate addiction, addiction interruption of any kind, or an introspective psycho-therapeutic session. 

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Cambodia Daily shut down, a nation of healing. by I Begin Again

Cambodia is a country that went through unimaginable horror up until about 1998. It is a country that is healing and one can feel that healing while walking down the weaving roads. However, the people here are kind, they smile, and they treat you with respect. When it comes to an ibogaine treatment, we are all on our own journey. We all need to heal and we all need to remember to smile. I feel like South East Asia and ibogaine are a very good match for everyone involved.

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So this is how a blog works... by I Begin Again

I'm dazed and jet lagged. Tuk Tuk drivers are yelling after me down the street. Offering me rides to temples, "smoke-smoke", and anything a person could want or not want. I keep walking. SE Asia can be a healing place or your worst nightmare. Pick your own adventure. I'm here to help flip the switch for the people who feel stuck or need a reset. 

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