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1644 Pearl Street Boulder CO 80302 USA
Spiritual and environmental education/bring spirit into action in places of conflict around the world.
Last great passage retreats - these are 7 day retreats about facing aging and death gracefully. The retreats are held in crestone, colorado at the nada hermitage.
wilderness education - annual "wilderness quests", or rite of passage programs, in the canyonlands of utah. Programs are 10 days long and have 10-14 participants from age 21-75. Participants receive training in safety, desert camping, and spiritual focus required for a 3 day solo expereince in the desert. Leaders maintain a base camp for support and safety purposes. Participants take part in a thorough debriefing following their solo time. The programs take place on blm land and are conducted with all necessary permits and insurance.
global work - this program service is a continuation of boulder institute's international training program in bearing witness. The organization worked closely with inner ocean empowerment project, an international organization that provides alternative medical, psychological, and spiritual resources to heal the effects of trauma in individuals and communities worldwide.
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