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Knlok! Boing Yourself Back Into Present Moment

March retreat 2014 This is the HOT group! They always kept asking for the fire to be hotter! And so we made it hotter! They liked the hot sauna, the hot tub, the hot water, the hot food, and the hot fires! HOT! The Hot March group had quite a lot of changes. Some people came in with some serious issues to deal with, and left totally transformed for the better! […]

By | March 30th, 2014|Gaia News|0 Comments

Uh, Was That a UFO I saw????

February 2014 Ayahuasca retreat summary: This is the UFO Group! What else can we say? On our second ceremony out under the night sky and the beautiful stars, we all saw it, didn’t we? A visitation of some sort that came to check us all out while we were in ceremony! It was a beautiful flowing light that was pretty close, very beautiful! […]

By | February 28th, 2014|Gaia News|0 Comments

Starting the New Year Off Right! January 2014 Ayahuasca Retreat

What beautiful people! Everyone was so lovely and sweet. I call this one the New Year Group! I have a nickname for every group and these were fresh beautiful people to start the new year with. A promising year indeed, if this group is any indication of what’s to come. And how talented everyone is at what they do! Two of the people in the January New Year Group 2014 were University of Metaphysical Sciences students. We always love to meet students of University of Metaphysical Sciences. What amazing people who are attracted to studying at… […]

By | January 30th, 2014|Gaia News|0 Comments

Organic Farm is Planted (Almost!)

We planted 5 acres of Quinoa, an Andes mountain seed that cooks like rice but is ten thousand times more nutritional (ok, I exaggerated, maybe only ten times more nutritional). All the little guys are coming up now, they’re cute! We are told quinoa grows terrific here, and it does seem to flourish. It makes sense because this is a native plant to the Andes. Quinoa likes warm but not too hot days, and cool but not too cold nights. That’s exactly what we have here! […]

By | December 1st, 2013|Gaia News|0 Comments