Miracle making is really a kind of science, co-creatively blended with mysticism. We all have the capacity for this. For the last eight years Timothy Hass has been working behind the scenes with an international environmental organization facing challenges in some of the most difficult and, at times, most dangerous situations in the world. They have made what might be called miracles happen.
Along with the “boots on the ground” action, they have been assisted by a variety of inner colleagues, specifically a subtle life form of threshold beings, a stem-cell-like sentience that exists between the manifest and the un-manifest realms of life. Their presence is local, but there is also an over-lighting aspect that stretches all across the world.
What does this mean for you? It means that you can actively, positively change the energy of your environment: your home, your office, or a place where you will be holding an event. And you can work with these beings, both locally or at a distance. The results can seem miraculous!
Hass will present a fascinating, powerful day-long workshop, “‘Altaring’ Your Life: The Secret Life of Miracles,” from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, July 21, at Spirit United, 701 Lexington Parkway N., in St Paul. Touch into yourself as a source of generative light and presence. Use this Presence to work in partnership with subtle colleagues to “altar” your life and your surroundings. Create a place of peace in these turbulent times.
Timothy Hass, who lives in Boulder, Colo., has had a diverse and interesting professional career and personal pursuits. With a master’s degree in mental health, he has worked 30 years in intensive, outpatient psychiatric programs, both in local practice and in nationwide consulting. For the last 10 years he has worked behind the scenes for an international environmental group called the WILD Foundation (wild.org). He has applied the principles of friend and mentor David Spangler, working with various subtle colleagues to foster the enhanced energy field, when Wild hosted international gatherings in Mexico and Spain.
As director of personnel at the Findhorn Foundation in Scotland, Hass focused in developing collaborative social governances, and mutually beneficial spiritual and shamanic disciplines. He actively seeks to understand how they can be applied to the world’s critical environmental issues and conservation projects. He is a trustee of the WILD Foundation, and is also on the board of directors of the Lorian Association, an organization committed to the definition, grounding and support of an emerging spirituality that recognizes and engages the Sacred within the heart of all life.
With WILD, Hass has applied Lorian principles and actions in the most dangerous area of the planet and in several international gatherings (Wild 11 will be in China in 2019) — and it works. His workshops show people how to apply these principles to their own home, apartment and life.
Spirit United is a spiritual community and wellness center for healing, becoming, and embodying our true self — physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. It is a welcoming, adventurous community of mindful, loving individuals who are dreamers and doers, practical visionaries and compassionate co-creators who use conscious and mindful words and actions to bring social and environmental balance and healing to our world. Sunday gatherings are at 10:30am. For more information, visit www.spiritunited.com or call 612.378.3602.