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Personal Virtual Learning Event


Two personal one on one virtual learning sessions tailored to your specific learning needs. We can cover all six of the major spiritual technologies providing instruction and feedback. Suitable for any level of spiritual traveler from beginner to seasoned practitioner. In this 4 hours of personal instruction, you will learn more than on most weekend long seminars.

Support Face-to-Face Learning


Support face-to-face training held at retreat centers. Make a difference in people’s lives. Help off-set lodging and meal expenses and make the learning available to more people.

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Save Forest Habitat


Save forest habitat. Healthy “old forest” is the best place to forest bath and receive the healing and stress-reducing energy. It has been scientifically proven that trees emit organic compounds called phytoncides, which may have a profound impact on your immune system long after time spent in the forest or a park with trees. More positive effects could include lowering blood pressure and cortisol levels., Without this habitat, many animals, birds, and instinct are in danger of going extinct. Developers are constantly encroaching upon this valuable resource we need to preserve for future generations.

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Mission Form


Support our mission of spreading the knowledge of the ancient traditions for expanding awareness and opening the doors of consciousness.

When you make a donation you will be transferred to “PayPal” to make complete your secure transaction.  Then you will be directed back from “PayPal” to our site after making your donation.

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