About.

We are part of a global knowing that we ARE NATURE
longing to heal and awaken to true purpose.

Experiences

3月 01 - 10月 31, 2019
  • パーマカルチャー
  • コミュニティーデザイン
  • ダンス
  • ボディセラピー
  • 正真正銘の
  • 給排水システム
  • ヨガ
  • 代替医療
  • フード
  • 瞑想
  • 異文化体験
In 2019, Aletheia Springs has launched a new residential Work Scholar program. This immersion is for those who are interested in coming to live/work at the Springs for anywhere from 1-3 months between March and October. Work Scholars participate alongside the year-round Aletheia Community Stewards in the daily operations of the Springs as well as the embodied community research and...

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Bookings.

Free / Work-Trade

Work Scholar Residential Immersion Program

3月 01 - 10月 31, 2019Minimum stay: 30 nightsMaximum capacity: 8 people
Food included
In 2019, Aletheia Springs has launched a new residential Work Scholar program. This immersion is for those who are interested in coming to live/work at the Springs for anywhere from 1-3+ months between March and October. Work Scholars participate alongside the year-round Aletheia Community Stewards in the daily operations of the Springs as well as the embodied community research and practice of restoring and actualizing a healed village. (For a full description of our project mission, vision and orientation, please visit AletheiaSprings.com/vision & AletheiaSprings.com/orientation.)

Similar to other live/work programs (at established centers such as Esalen, Tassajara, or Mount Madonna), Work Scholars at Aletheia participate in an immersive program of study and exchange. Room and board is fully included and there is a service work component of between 24-27 hours/week (depending on the month). Work Scholars also engage in a program of transformative learning for personal and social change consisting of daily to weekly morning group practices, as well as occasional trainings, retreats and daylongs specially curated from various lines of study.

Our service at the Springs involves participating in various ongoing roles and creative projects for the land and community, as well as working shifts during our guest season (see Service Work Spheres below). At Aletheia, we hold the work of operating the Springs during our summer guest season for the benefit of the public as our sacred karma yoga, tikkun olam, seva or spiritual life practice. As such, it’s both an integral part of our community work and its a direct expression and extension of our greater vision for bringing about a healed, more beautiful world.

As 2019 will be our initial year for this program, it’s important to note that participants will be a part of an inaugural Work Scholar cohort and much of the program content and logistics will continue to be built-out and refined throughout the year with participant feedback. Those who enjoy being on the ground level of R&D for such a integrative and community-based program will find themselves a wonderful fit for us this year. We encourage people to come with ‘beginner’s mind’ as students with our blossoming community, with patience and good humor for creative community process and ‘making it up as we go along’. Going with the flow, self-management and good self-care will all be beneficial traits to have on board for this maiden voyage!

Key Stats.

Year founded

2016

Size of project site

8 hectares

Languages spoken

  • English
  • French
  • Japanese

People on site

8 - 10

Dry season

May to September

Wet season

October to April

Living Conditions.

Sleeping

  • tent camping
  • shared rooms

Omnivore Food

  • communal kitchen access
  • communally cooked meals
  • restaurant on site
  • over 80% locally sourced

Internet

  • fast: streaming video

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