Announcing Earth Advocate: A Year-long Course in Spiritual Activism
This course meets a total of ten, 2-day weekends for over 160 hours of instruction and certification as an Earth Advocate.
We will be exploring topics such as walking the path of the heart, grief tending, decolonizing spirituality, being in right relationship with yourself and others, satyagraha (the direct action of being love in the face of challenge/oppression), and more. In order to create a compass for authentically exploring these topics from a place of wholeness, we will be exploring our own multidimensionality and accessing dimensions beyond the physical earth plane through working closely with guides from the worlds of plant, animal, devic, elemental and more. Each weekend will be within the context of a ‘plant diet,’ or ingesting ceremonially prepared medicine from common, safe herbs. We will learn advanced healing techniques including DNA Activation, transmutation, astral navigation, kundalini and ka activation, ancestral healing, dimensional healing, soul retrieval and more.
This course is for people who:
Are spiritual activists, who work towards creating social justice and Earth justice, who also have a transcendent spiritual perspective
Have a a highly developed ethical consciousness and are devoted to practicing love, forgiveness and compassion
Are interested in continually breaking down their own ego distortions and challenging themselves
Are experienced with shamanic journeying and working in altered states of consciousness/navigating other realms
Believe they are here to help create and implement a new paradigm
Can integrate this work into a professional healing practice, Earth healing practice, permaculture practice, or are otherwise interested in taking it to the world
Students will learn how to:
Collectively recover from human isolationism through becoming intimate allies with myriad forms of benevolent nonhuman consciousness
Devote ourselves to deep listening, healing and Earth service through walking the path of the heart (acceptance, forgiveness, compassion)
Address, actively grieve and heal deep wounds created by the illusion of separation, in a safe, ceremonial space
Activate our multidimensional consciousness by learning to see other as self
Become active facilitators of these practices in others
For more info, visit www.satyalightworks.com
***Our early bird price ends March 1, and we only have ten spaces left. To arrange an interview and register, call 510-684-8453 or email email@example.com
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Join us as we Bless The Water
At 5pm Pacific/ 12am GMT the #BlessTheWater campaign will culminate in a global event anchored on the the banks of the Ganges River in Rishikesh, India and the Free online premiere of the new UPLIFT film ‘Water is Sacred’
We are supporting Josh Fox in his goal to raise $100,000 to bring , How To Let Go Of The World And Love All The Things Climate Can’t Change, to 100 cities and towns facing the threat of fracking. He’s doing this in order to EDUCATE, INSPIRE and ACTIVATE those communities towards resisting the bully tactics of the gas & oil industry. This grassroots tour will to empower people all over the country to fight back against the oil & gas industry threatening our precious planet.
Even more importantly, there is a MATCHING DONOR, doubling YOUR donation, and matching up to $5000 through the end of Friday. We have given, so will you join us to #LETGOANDLOVE?
You can find Josh’s campaign by visiting bit.ly/letgoandlove. ANY dollar amount helps and of course, spreading the word about our campaign on social media is how we’re going to reach our goal of $100K for 100 cities. Your support is amazing and we appreciate you helping me, helping US, and helping Josh keep the momentum going on this incredible film.
Center for Sacred Studies’s Fundraiser Camp for Peace Liberia,
The purpose of this campaign is to allow 25 former child soldiers to attend a 1 year residential training program.
Overview of Rehabilitation Program of Former Child Soldiers by B. Abel Learwellie
“The National Patriotic Front of Liberia (NPFL) captured me as child soldier at
the age of 12 and my parents were killed right before my eyes. This really got
me angry and wanted to revenge on everyone who came on my way. I missed my parents
so much and I got traumatized and felt that there was no hope for me. I got involved
with drugs and alcohol. But after going through series of trauma healing training,
I finally decided to go to school to acquire skills to help my community and myself.
Thanks to all our sponsor for making me human being again“. (Pewee Flomo).
Yes friends, these atrocities are part of many a young child’s life in Liberia.
The purpose of this campaign is to allow 30 former child soldiers to attend a
1 year residential training program. This is $1000 per child and includes food,
housing and all school expenses.
The Camp for Peace Liberia is founded by a former child soldier, Abel Learwellie, who has seen much suffering and pain of those recruited and made to commit atrocities under the influence of drugs and other bad substances.
The overall goal of this project is to rehabilitate 5,000 former child soldiers, ex-combatants and other vulnerable youth through vocational education to full economic and social participation, transforming them from an ongoing challenge into a considerable asset to their communities.
Camp for Peace wants to extend thanks to its partners and friends in the US and Canada for helping to send our youth to school. It is our anticipated that this collaborative effort will yield more results in providing peace, security, justice and reconciliation in Liberia.
Camp for Peace – Liberia (CFP-Liberia)
Abel is the Founder and Executive Director of (CFP-Liberia), a non-profit organization working with war-affected youth to promote sustainable peace and development. CFP-Liberia works to rehabilitate, reintegrate and empower those impacted by conflict and HIV/Aids in Liberia.
The long-term development goal is to rehabilitate 5,000 former child soldiers, ex-combatants and other vulnerable youth through vocational education in four counties of Liberia: Montserrado, Margibi, Bong and Lofa. Working with groups of 50 in a 9 month residential training program that offers vocational education and psychosocial support, these young people become considerable assets to their communities.
“Apart from being a former child soldier, I have become a teacher and an Advocate for social justice. These are some of the greatest testimonies and achievement in my personal journey as I am being transformed from tragedy to transformation.”
Social Justice & Peace Building
Abel has been invited to the United States to launch a civil society report to the United Nations Peacebuilding Architecture Review Panel that he helped to create through his experiences in communities impacted by the UN’s peace building efforts.
He has been working in partnership with the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC is an international NGO engaged in peacebuilding activities based in The Hague, Netherlands), and the Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO in New York) and the PeaceBuilding office in Liberia.
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