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Humanity is immersed in a dark epoch in which the sacred has been almost extinguished from human consciousness. We are confronted by wars, scarcity, misery, differences, exclusions of all kind as well as the worship of pain, suffering, and death. Living in a decadent world without love, the expression of free energy that arises from the liberation of separative patterns is crucified. This denial of the light is usually called the matrix, maya, the illusion, ego, or sin. It manifests as separate individuals seeking for answers in religion and science, craving the power of knowing and conquering everything. Unaware of this tendency, the human mind remains cyclically asleep, repeating the same pattern of separation, pain, and death, actively rejecting the miracle, or State of Grace, which is available to all and in which anything is possible.  

Our practice is to consciously transcend our childish ego-dependence on the materialistic, secular state. In active cooperation with one another, we become self-sufficient, free, humorous, and unexploitable, thus restoring the sacred domain as the basis for human life.

Waterpaint shell
Waterpaint fish
Waterpaint flower

Creative Expression

The urge to create beauty has always been at the center of our community, palpable in our architecture, gardens, food and forms of interpersonal expression, which communicate Art to all. 

We use performing arts as a means to express our heart-communion with Real God. As a practice, it condenses our entire process — relationship, responsibility, persistence, forgiveness, and celebration — in one sacred, ecstatic offering. Far from the traditional performer-audience dynamic, our theater is utterly encompassing: all participate and receive the gifts of self transcendence, or love, by stepping onto the stage in an act of great vulnerability and surrender. As conscious Performers, we demonstrate that active, whole-body participation inherently leads to the open and free flow of Life Energy.


Living in a Sacred Cooperative Community means our perception of the world is constantly transformed, allowing for a shift and expansion of all our ideas, including those of value and exchange. Operating on the principle of trust, our economic system is sustained by our individual and collective transcendental process.
We cooperatively and consciously share our functions, resources, and vitality. Finances and properties are collective, and our daily service is guided by the principles of reciprocity and solidarity.
Our constantly evolving personal and communal needs are met through relationship. This process not only encourages local production amongst ourselves and in nearby communities but also promotes an overall pattern of lower consumption.


The culture of a Sacred Community is one of awareness of the impact of our thoughts and actions on one another and on the physical world, thus influencing the way we relate to our environment. As honoring Life, and therefore our connection with nature, is fundamental to our contact with the Sacred, our awareness of the environment is a daily practice and consideration. We build with minimal environmental impact, grow fruits and vegetables, make use of dry toilets, compost, use renewable energy, buy local products, and reuse materials as much as possible.


Vivation: The Skill of Breathing The Present (Part 1)
Sunrise Meditation with Harmony

Breathing and Meditation

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