Spiritual Akasha Journey to Mt. Shasta in California 4th – 8th September 2019.

Dear Friends – Svetlana and I invite you to join us in America at September 4th – 8th 2019. We are going to teach an Akasha Training at Mt. Shasta in California those days.

This mountain is very special. Its a very special place. a place for openings. A place to open for messages from the unseen level. A place to find out what will be your role in this new world which are about to become manifested. What task will you take on which you have already qualified to – maybe even without knowing it.
Mt. Shasta is an old mystical sacred mountain and spending time there creates openings to the unknown in ways we find no other places.
I can say that because I paid a visit in 1999 and my teaching business exploded after that.

What will be your benefits?

 More connection to your spiritual guide
More personal power
Less heavy or negative energy in body
Better Intuition
More info about the mission you have chosen
Less fear for the unknown
A system for self-healing
Getting rid of implants
Knowledge about how to communicate with your body
How to align yourself with the collective Ascension process
How to continue the process back home again.

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How to apply?

– You write us with your enrolment and receive an invoice at 650 Euro.
– You need Visa for USA
– You show up for the start of the Training at 10.00 the first day 4th September. 

at Best Western Plus Double Tree in Shasta City 111 Morgan Way
Mount Shasta, California 96067
United States

Toll Free Reservations (US & Canada Only)
1(800) 780-7234
Worldwide Numbers

Hotel Direct Number
(530) 926-3101

You can accommodate here or at some of the other hotels in the area.

Transport: We suggest to rent the car at arrival to San Francisco. Rented cars are the most flexible and we suggest 1 car for each 3-4 persons. We already have group in WhatsApp for your convenience for opportunity to communicate with another participants. Just ask Svetlana and she can add you to this group.

The program:

– 4th – 5th September will take place at the Best Western hotel. We will do cleaning processes, Initiations and special meditations.

– Lunch and afternoon coffee are included

– 6th -8th September will be for excursions in the mountain area and connections to the unseen level/channeling.

– We finish the Akasha seminar 8th September at around 18.00.

*You can extend your stay before 4th or after 8th September in your own way.

You can write/contact us any time with your questions.
info@makani.com 
Facebook: Jack or Svetlana

To learn more about Shasta mountain

Shasta mountain. Why is it so special?

Anomalous Energies at Mount Shasta

All over the world there are places anciently known for their anomalous energies and mysterious phenomenon.

Today experts recognize that these “sacred sites” around the world influence human consciousness and other living organisms in a number of unusual and remarkable ways. They have become colloquially known as ancient “power spots,” places where people commonly experience unusual phenomenon such as UFO-related activity , portals into other dimensions, consciousness-altering experiences, and other paranormal-phenomenon.

When one enters into a sacred site of so-called “powerful energy,” the mind, body, and spirit are instantly affected. The energy at these places can be felt, sensed, dowsed, photographed, and measured with scientific instrumentation.

The spiritual use of these major “power spots” around the world is now beginning to be thought of as the unifying influence behind the rise of human civilization. Previously it was believed that spirituality arose only after mankind had already developed farming and villages, and religion was subsequently invented as a coercive means to promote social cooperation and control. It turns out, however, that this theory is completely backwards. Now it’s beginning to be understood that mankind’s spiritual awakening actually precipitated the rise of human civilization.

Mythical Significance of the Monument
Mount Shasta’s vast antiquity and mythic relevance places its significance on par, historically and categorically, with other sacred sites found among the world’s oldest known civilizations, including the temples and pyramids of Egypt, Stonehenge, the Mayan pyramids , and Machu Picchu . From a philosophical and spiritual standpoint, Mount Shasta is far more powerful and impressive than anything ever built by man. It is a Creator-made temple and monument, half a billion years old. In an abstract geological sense, Mount Shasta is still alive and under construction–and it will continuously erupt, regenerate, and change forms far into the future.

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Beautiful Mount Shasta and Siskiyou Lake. ( fenlio /Adobe Stock)

Native Americans have observed Mount Shasta as a sacred mountain from time immemorial; they viewed the mountain and its surroundings as holy ground; it is thought to be one of the first earthly places created by the Great Spirit . In the past, no one but medicine men or women climbed up the mountain beyond the tree line. It was thought to be too powerful for ordinary people to visit, and inhabited by hosts of potentially dangerous spirits and guardians who could harm a person who travelled up the mountain unprepared.

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Sunrise on Mount Shasta. ( CC BY-SA 2.0 )

Sacred Mountain

Throughout history mankind has always been drawn to mountains as a sacred feature of the landscape. It’s likely that mountains are among the oldest places of worship on the planet; the first temples. They figure prominently in the earliest religious myths of mankind, and our connection to them is so powerful that many of the world’s oldest monuments, such as the Egyptian and Mayan pyramids, were obviously built in their semblance.

Northwestern California Native American tribes traditionally view Mount Shasta as being structurally and energetically connected to a wide range of important volcanic landscapes and mountains, which extend northwards and southwards of their tribal territories.

Pulses of human occupation surrounding Mount Shasta have been traced back to around the end of the last Ice Age , some 11,000 years ago, marking this area of northern California as one of the oldest continually occupied regions in North America. More recent discoveries suggest there may have been substantial human occupation along the northern California-Nevada border going as far back as 14,000 years ago.

Mount Shasta’s significance as a “power spot” for non-indigenous people did not begin until the 19th century. The naturalist John Muir described the mountain’s peak as a religious icon and helped to spread its legendary fame. Since its discovery, it quickly became one of California’s must-see tourist destinations.

There are many tangible and intangible qualities which make a mountain sacred, and some of these qualities go beyond its mere appearance. Mount Shasta isn’t the tallest mountain in the west, but it is the most legendary. A sacred mountain tends to possess unusual characteristics which are more than just the accumulation of natural processes.

Panther Meadows

Panther Meadows – Mount Shasta © Dustin Naef

There is, we feel, something different about a sacred mountain which cannot be easily explained, something that makes it exceptional. It possesses a kind of energy that’s unique to itself, which can be sensed and felt as much as seen. It draws people to it…inexplicably, mysteriously: “The power of such a mountain,” writes Lama Anagarki Govinda,

“is so great and yet so subtle that without compulsion pilgrims are drawn to the mountain from near and far, as if by the force of some invisible magnet, and they will undergo untold hardships and privations in their inexplicable urge to approach and to worship the sacred spot. Nobody has conferred the title of sacredness upon such a mountain; by virtue of its own magnetic and psychic emanations the mountain is intuitively recognized to be sacred. It needs no organizer of its worship; innately, each of its devotees feels the urge to pay it reverence.”

People came together at these sites for ritualistic and ceremonial purposes, and this, it turns out, created the need for people to form communities to grow food to accommodate the large populations gathering at these sites all over the world; and subsequently develop farming, villages, culture, and social cooperation.

Mount Shasta is one of these places; an ancient, sacred mountain pilgrimage destination – whose mysteries still call out to us from the past and continue to challenge our comprehension in the modern era.

In August 1987, believers in the spiritual significance of the Harmonic Convergence described Mount Shasta as one of a small number of global “power centers”. Mount Shasta remains a focus of “New Age” attention.