Earth Journey Center is a non-profit retreat center in northern New Mexico. Embracing the great spiritual traditions of the east and west, Earth Journey offers four streams of spirit: the “path of love” teachings of Herman Rednick, Kagyu Tibetan Buddhist teachings and practices, revelation of the Divine Feminine, and study of the works of Alice Bailey.

Retreat spaces are available for individuals and groups in a splendid natural setting, on a dedicated campus.

Current  Events

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COMING SOON
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Lamas Yeshe and Zopa March 6 & 7

EXPLORING REALITY: Active Dialogue with the Four Truths. In this year’s City Retreats, we will focus on how to develop experiential knowledge of the Dharma through the Buddha’s seminal teachings. Using the Four Truths as the basis, we will deepen our integrative practice of listening, contemplating, and meditating.  This highly individualized approach encourages us to bring

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COMING SOON
Earth Journey

Exact time full moon meditation

Every full moon, we gather in the Meditation Temple 30 minutes before the exact moment to gather, settle ourselves, and hear Francis Donald share something of the significance of that particular full moon via astrological influences and the wisdom from Djwal Kuhl via the Alice Bailey books. We then be still, or meditate. At the

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Earth Journey Happenings

Past Event
Earth Journey

Lama Lodu To Teach Evenings on Tues.-Weds. Sept. 18-19

Kagyu Mila Guru Sangha is delighted to announce that Lama Lodu Rinpoche, Tibetan Buddhist teacher from the KDK Buddhist Center in San Francisco, will be teaching at our center at The Herman Rednick Center, the evenings of Tuesday and Wednesday, September 18 and 19, at 7 pm A shared visit, he will also be teaching

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Anna Douglas Weekend A Great Success

About 18 people, many new to the Earth Journey sites and programs, came to the Friday evening public talk, held at the Earth Journey Meditation Temple. Nine retreatants attended the full retreat all day on Saturday and Sunday, also held at the Meditation Temple. Although the topics of death, impermanence, letting go, and awakening through

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