Deepening of self knowledge and self-expression is at the core of our lifestyle practices. Lineage, ancestral, and familial legacies are also parts of self.
We like being different. We welcome anyone who will make real effort to be compassionate, open, responsible, and productive. Become rooted in your spiritual stories, culture, and traditions.
Divinity is within. How we express it culturally is up to us and the community we share resources and environment. We recognize our Creator God as a personal plurality that cannot be named for all people on earth by one culture, spiritual lineage, or mindset.
We work towards respectful co-existence with nature and its laws. We practice simple living and simply being with all of nature and its expressions. We recognize the divine as spirits in all that exist.
Our community is made of semi-permanent and transient Sensitive Free Spirit ™. Members typically who stay with us 1-5 years. We encourage movement.
We practice letting go and embracing diverse cultural freedom of expression. We support removal of colonial poisons from our mind, body, and spirits. We practice releasing and letting go of what constricts birthing new life.
We promote having fun and embracing practices that nurture joy and serenity daily. We view them as essential nourishment for healthy mind, body, spirits, and Soul and for growing gracefully.
Haitian-American Psychospiritual Visionary, and Wellness Entrepreneur
Multidisciplinary Folklore Artist
Creator and Stewart of the First Virtual House for Sensitive Free Spirits ™
Creative Director of Insightful Journeys Method™
and Biospiritreality Divination System™
We’re in need of a dwelling space and land to call home. The next stepping stone in our development is gaining a permanent dwelling place and center for rooting and grounding our work.
What’s the purpose of our center? To offer services that support those struggling with highly sensitive natures, need for healing, and safe space.
In honor of Rev Tutu's ancestral matrilineal lineages, create a lakou or a small village compound with a shared yard for up to 4 private spaces.
We want to offer remote training, membership, annual retreats centered around our dwelling space, Haiti, and parts of tour world. so we learn through human connections.
Land that provides enough space for safe meditations and explorations
Space for a modest nursery
Land that can accommodate up to 4 tiny houses around a village yard
Land with a natural water source
Community that welcomes our diversity
Our dwelling place will serve as home base, heArtist refuge, self-development trainings, and private residences for workers.
For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use our contact us page.
Use of our services is subject to our POLICIES.
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