You are a lighthouse,
so no one can wreck near you.
That is the one thing in life you have to do.
Spread the light. Be the lighthouse.
So every journey, every destiny,
every distance will be safe.
– Yogi Bhajan 11/87
Your Challenge is Simple.
Make people better.
Help. Heal. Seek. Serve.
We believe that teaching is the ultimate transformative practice.
An act of deep spiritual service and an exercise that can be as meaningful (and magical) for the teacher, as it is for the student.
Teaching is also something that scares many of us.
We procrastinate and put off sharing our gifts out of fear of failure – or our own frailties, or a sense of not yet being enough – or knowing enough – or being “expert” enough to contribute to our communities in ways that are helpful, hopeful, healing and ultimately…..matter most.
Writing a book, teaching a course, or leading a workshop, can be the easiest and most effective way of truly changing the world in wonderful ways.
Alone we can change a neighborhood, together we can change the world.
We believe that for healers, and helpers, authors and artists, the urge to inspire calls us to grow beyond our comfort zones, to expand beyond our boundaries, and to grow and flow in the direction of our destiny, together.
Our 1 Minute “Mindful Marketing” Manifesto endeavors to ask 3 simple questions:
- What do you love?
Who does it serve?
How does your work change the world?
Join us in September for a 30 day crash course in building buzz for your blog, books, brand and business…..easily, ethically and in perfect alignment with your core values.
Teach what you know. Share what you learn. Do what you love.
We are teachers, trainers, authors, artists, helpers, healers, inspirational architects, blogging bodhisattva’s, luminous light workers, community leaders, purpose driven professionals and enlightened entrepreneurs.
Our Beta Community Opens in August.
This is your time. This is your path. This is your opportunity to finally do what makes you come alive.
Don’t ask yourself what the world needs; ask yourself what makes you come alive. And then go and do that. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.
– Howard Thurman