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Upcoming Events

Itzhak Beery will return in 2024
Wisdom from the Amazon

What: Itzhak Beery
When: Aug. 30-Sept 2 2024
Where: The Sacred Earth Sanctuary


Please note: different days for different events are listed below.

Itzhak Beery is an international leading shamanic teacher, healer, speaker, community activist, and author of three Amazon bestseller books. Born in an Israeli Kibbutz, he had a fine art career and owned an award-winning boutique Ad agency in New York City. A midlife crisis led to his shift from a skeptical atheist and business executive into a passionate believer, aligned with his life purpose.  Since 1995, Itzhak has bridged the spiritual and practical wisdom his indigenous and Western teachers entrusted to him. He was initiated into the "Circle of 24 Yachaks of Imbabura" by his Quechua teacher in Ecuador and Amazonian Kanamari Pajè in Brazil.​

August 30 at 7pm
Guayusa Dream Tea Ceremony  $65
July 31-Sept 1
10am to 4pm daily
Shamanic Teachings from the Amazon and Andes  $400

 In this special traditional ceremony, we honor the Guayusa tree spirit with chants, songs and music. As we sip the sacred tea, we go into deep meditative silence around a sacred fire, to encounter and communicate with our spirit guides and other spirits, to enable us to bring new visions and awareness into our lives.


Dress Warmly and bring a mat for lying on the earth, sleeping bag or blankets, pillow, lawn chair and water

There is no lodging on the land but there are places to stay listed on this page

Please note:  No cancellation refunds are available after 48 hours of purchase.  It is essential that we know what we can offer our elders.


Izhak works from a space of warmth and joy that is contageous.  You will learn about and experience the following traditions during this weekend retreat:

-The Dark Side: Attachment, possession, energy vampires, empaths

-Cord Cutting: Sever toxic relationships. Facing the Demon / Energy Vampire
-Psychopomp: Guiding the departing souls
-Shamanic Art of Holding Space – Empath’s challenge to support, not help

-Soul mending: Trauma, retrieval, and integration, embracing the wound

-The Gift of Trauma: Finding your soul/life purpose through trauma narratives.


You will be outdoors most of the time.  Bring a water bottle, blanket and lawn chair.  Bring a yummy dish to share each day at our potluck lunch.

July 30-Sept.2
La Limpia
Private healing sessions

La Limpia is the cleansing.  A private session with Itzhak is extensive, sometimes lasting up to 2 hours.  He will incorporate whatever methods are called for for each individual. 

There are almost as many definitions of shamanic healing as there are shamans around the world. Itzhak  studied and was initiated by Ecuadorian and Brazilian teachers.
At their core, despite the differences in their methods and tools, shamanic healing maintains the patient’s health by restoring a patient’s harmonious balance and connection to nature’s oneness by clearing the energy body enveloping a person, removing the blocked energies, opening the “River of Light” between the three bodies–physical, emotional, and spiritual, and connecting it with his original soul purpose.

La Limpia is by appointment only and often lasts up to 2 hours
Once you have your appointment please pay on paypal to insure it.

Please note, this is not offered during our time with Itzhak.

I'm so happy to say we had a stunning crew of walking stars who help us rebuild our lodge.  We generally enter our lodges at 1pm and offer them several times a year.  Sign up for our newsletters to hear when we offer another.

One of my favorite times to offer a sacred lodge is during the Holidays.  When we acknowledge all that we are grateful for, despair and anxiety just seem to slip into the past.

Few experiences are more profound and

inspiring  than that of a Sacred Lodge.  We offer opportunities to engage in this ancient tradition several times per year.

It is such a stunning way to bring our community together again.  We truly open our hearts to each other and to the Great Mystery.




Please be aware that our lodges are not done in Lakota tradition.  Water will be poured by Pati Turner who has spent over 20 years learning from indigenous elders from around the globe and our lodges are a living ceremony that changes according to its calling.

What to bring:


  • light clothing for in the lodge

  • warm dry clothes to change

  • water bottles

  • towel

  • blanket

  • yummy dish to share at our feast following the lodge

Donations are greatly appreciated

Suggested $30 but all are welcome regardless of funds.

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