Transformations by Ambrosia Rae
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We have met many people over the years that we feel a kinship with that have become part of our greater family. Sometimes when you meet a person or group of people you know in your heart that they are part of your tribe. These connections extend into a knowingness with this other person. Perhaps we have met this other person in another place, in another life.
Over the course of more than a decade we have met friends from 60 different countries from all walks of lifes, traditions, beliefs and cultures.

When you visited our site you left your dot on our global community map of visitors. Thank you! The pulsing dots are our friends who are currently online.

Each person that passes through our home deepens the path here, like a river etching out a canyon. At any given moment we could have a friend visiting from just about anywhere in the world! We hope that you will join us.


Interview with Dave
DaveOur close friend shares about his experiences on our first retreat in May 2011. He offers his insights for anyone interested in this transformational experience.
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"The value of the weekend was astronomical ... it helps you get in tune with yourself. It gives people a taste of what the raw foods diet is all about." - Dave P., Tucson, Arizona


"I so enjoyed this past weekend! It was utterly what I needed. Maybe you could advertise this as a vacation from the matrix. For the matrix is becoming ever more oppressive. Inching its way towards hellish tyranny. The time is now. Cleanse, Fold, Manipulate!" - Gerald B., Austin, Texas

"Thanks again for that awesome weekend brother. Really enjoyed it! I'm missing that delicious oatmeal. Could you email the recipe when you get a chance?" - Christian O., Albuquerque, New Mexico


Aho Mitakuye Oyasin by Silver Wolf Walks Alone
Lakota Traditions - Aho Mitakuye OyasinAho Mitakuye Oyasin is a simple yet profound statement. It comes from the Lakota Nation and means all my relations. It is spoken during prayer and ceremony to invite and acknowledge all relatives to the moment. To most of us today, relative means a blood relation or another human in the family lineage. We have not been taught that an entity, other than human, could be a relative. Understanding this simple statement and contemplating it, could change your outlook on life forever.

Wade Davis: Cultures at the far edge of the world
With stunning photos and stories, National Geographic ‘explorer’ Wade Davis celebrates the extraordinary diversity of the world's indigenous cultures, which are disappearing from the planet at an alarming rate.  Davis holds degrees in anthropology and biology and received his Ph.D. in ethnobotany, all from Harvard University.