Community Resources

Healing events, advocacy, reading material-All linked below!

Sacred Conversations on Clubhouse

Join us Tuesday from 7-8:30pm PST for ground breaking, sacred conversations. Each week we address a different societal program and examine the origins of the beliefs, how it shaped us, and how we feel about it now.

Join us on Clubhouse!

Join the Sacred Conversations Group Chat

A brave spaces to share residual thoughts, feelings, and revelations from our Sacred Conversations on Clubhouse.

Join the Conversation!

Astral Awakening Event

Join us July 17th in Joshua Tree for a sacred ceremony under the stars. Grounded meditation lead by Destiny the Muse followed by a healing Soundbath, and ending with a revitalizing indigenous drum circle celebration ceremony!

Tickets Available Here!

What We're Reading: Burnout- The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle

Buy Burnout Book!

Our Tongva Ancestors

Stolen land, broken treaties, and a genocide sponsored by the California government struck from history books. Learn more about our ancestors and their sacred connection to the land.

Learn More About the Tongva Tribe

California Truth & Healing Council Resources

The California Truth & Healing Council, bears witness to, records, examines existing documentation of, and receives California Native American narratives regarding the historical relationship between the State of California and California Native Americans in order to clarify the historical record of such relationship in the spirit of truth and healing.

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Sign the Petition: Bruce's Beach!

Bruce's Beach was owned by Charles and Willie (Willa) Bruce, an African American husband and wife, who purchased the land in 1912 to provide a place of recreation for African American residents of the greater Los Angeles area and visitors to the community, during a time when beaches were segregated and inaccessible to minorities. White residents at the time urged the city to employ eminent domain to revoke the Bruce's ownership of the land and build a public park in its place --- which is what the city did in 1924 --- but the park was never built. As citizens of the City of Manhattan Beach, it is crucial that the full and complete history of Bruce's Beach is known.

Sign the Petition!