My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Koginka Sewaluna Foundation Inc., Asheville, NC, USA
This foundation and the souls that serve the foundation have the utmost love and compassion for the planet and all the souls on it. They help to wake up world to their true human potential and to be of service to the Earth, Nature, Souls and the Great Mother. They work with Indigenous tribes and souls from all over the world helping them to restore their dignity and retrieve their land back to properly take care of the Earth. On a deeper personal note They have helped me to restore my dignity and take back my true power knowing I am a luminous being and a brave teacher of peace and healing arts of the energetic body. I have been empowered and have deeply explored myself in way that I never knew myself and I have learned many things about myself and have accepted and loved myself on levels I didn't know were possible. I have my own Integrative Practice and my relationships in my life have improved beyond imagination. I am in harmony with The Divine and have intentions to stay balanced and harmonized with the Earth and the Divine. I know that no matter what anyone thinks or feels of me is as important as what I think and feel of myself. So I am always wanting to pay back to Mother nature for every thing I take and this foundation has taught me just that...Sacred Reciprocity.
I have infinite gratitude and Respect for the Souls of this foundation and highly recommend a workshop or a healing circle with them to heal vicious patterns and nasty imprints in the casual body which limit you from your full potential. Be ready to experience your original beautiful heart energy and the soul you were intended to be. Thank you for saving my life and my soul and cleaning up the planet.
Love and Gratitude,
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