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About Sacred Mountain Retreat Center

March, 2002 by Shantara Mu

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Our Horse Ashram

July, 2012 by Shantara

From the beginnings of our retreat, the masters told us Horses would be a very important aspect of the ascension retreat. We did not know at that time, just how important these amazing, animals would BE for all who were to be blessed by these four-legged teachers. Alladin (doorway to heaven) was the horse who truly anchored this ashram over the years we were blessed by his presence. He showed us early on how He had the ability to go back and forth between hu-man, and animal form... read more

About Crestone, Colorado

March, 2002 by Shantara Mu

The majestic and protective Sangre De Christos mountain range, towering over 14,000', sits above the valley as a part of the great spine of the Rocky Mountain range. These mountains above Crestone act as a portal of Shambhalla bringing the Eternal Light of divine grace into the land. The majestic and protective Sangre De Christos mountain range, towering over 14,000', sits above the valley as a part of the great spine of the Rocky Mountain range. These mountains above Crestone act as a portal of "Shambhalla" bringing the Eternal Light of divine grace into the land. read more

About Virochana and Shantara

March, 2002 by Shantara Mu

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Guidelines for Potential Students

February, 2003 by VIrochana Khalsa

A teacher has a unique and different relationship with each student whom they serve. This relationship is one of the most sacred of all relationships, and one that takes time to understand. For some, a teacher is simply a conveyor of information that may or may not be helpful to them. Similar to the ways of a schoolteacher, the skill and heart behind the way this information is conveyed can have a big impact on how it is received. Likewise, a book can be a source of teachings for us. However, within the context of the spiritual path, the student-teacher relationship is much, much more than this. It has the ability to transform not only our immediate life, but also the manner of our soul and bring us to the doorstep of liberation. It has a long-term objective, which can span many lifetimes. read more

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