The coronavirus is affecting global communities in unprecedented ways, so we have decided to refocus our website on healing from this emergency.
 
This site will showcase information, resources and inspiration that will provide shelter in the storm so that we can heal and transform ourselves. Only then can we heal and transform our societies and ecosystems.  Together we must quickly create a holistic and sustainable civilization worldwide.

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Angel Academy 12 will serve as an exploration into the new spiritual paradigm with new insights, energetic transmissions, daily practices, and functional processes to help you:

  • Become more empowered at a time of global crisis and beyond
  • Embody the uniqueness of your light no matter the experiences of others
  • Learn how to hold immaculate space for yourself, your loved ones, and your evolving world
  • Communicate more consciously without needing to establish a common ground of viewpoints
  • Explore the incredible difference of living as consciousness, instead of trying to enhance or maintain a more conscious persona.
A feature docu-movie featuring Indigenous Elders, Wisdom Keepers and Visionary Thought Leaders sharing their knowledge and teachings, as you go on an inspiring global cinematic journey offering great insights into the incredible changes happening on our planet at this time.
 
That initial question “Who Am I?” leads us into the awakening process as we look around at the chaos thinking, ‘there has to be another way’.
 
Then we look inside to find aspects of our own internal chaos which leads to change. But change will always bring up what we don’t necessarily want to look at as we discover our shadow side and so starts that journey within.

A great option for organic produce/grocery delivery so that you don’t have to put yourself at risk by going to the grocery store!

 

An educational video on how to properly sanitize food when it is brought into your home. Created by Dr. Jeffrey VanWingen.

 

“We often forget that we are nature. Nature is not something separate from us. So when we say that we have lost our connection to nature, we’ve lost our connection to ourselves.”
–Andy Goldsworthy

FEATURED MEDIA

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) is an nine-week workshop designed to help people who struggle with repeated mood and anxiety problems. MBCT offers a unique opportunity to restore well-being and prevent future episodes of anxiety and depression.

This class is offered in English, online.

Cost : $650

January 19 2021 – March 16, 2021

Written by Madisyn Taylor.

There is nobody else like you in the world and this is worth celebrating, rather than searching for faults.

You are unique. There is no one else like you in the entire universe. In honor of your unique self, it is good to acknowledge and embrace the special qualities that make you the person that you are. One way to do this is to not compare yourself with other people.

"Never doubt that a small group of committed citizens can change the world;
indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."
–Margaret Mead

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