Sacred Ecology 33
Rating: 4.97 stars 31 reviews
Location: 3710 Cedar St Ste 10 Austin TX 78705 USA
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No words are adequate to describe all the gifts that have been graciously bestowed upon me and my loved ones through his works. He is a hollow reed, a channel in which divinity can touch the sacred heart space within each of us in order for us to know divinity directly. Joseph, as a man is endearing. As a servant of God he is dedicated, obedient and selfless. As a Yogi he has lived with saints and practiced their traditions dedicating the greater part of his life to a spiritual path and his own unfolding to be embraced by Divinity. In a very dark time of my life I prayed to God to send me help. He sent Joseph, but I could only see a simple, sweet man. My journey has not been easy nor was I always open to his guidance. But, with his strength my hard heart broke open to glimpse at the beauty within us all.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
kind, and generous.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
not only serve many more people through the healing work and outreach programs; provide a sanctuary for those seeking renewal; but also provide a physical environment and support for those guided to dedicate their lives to selflessly serving God.
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About every week
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