Rainbow Hearth is a place to retreat, to center one’s
self, to rebuild one’s health, and to reconnect with the
Earth. For many it serves as a monastic-like
setting—providing an environment that encourages both
reflection and positive action.
Personal spiritual convictions are considered private, but
are honored, respected and supported. Religion is viewed
from an ecumenical (universal; at its core recognizing our
oneness) perspective, and religious beliefs are considered
to be a personal matter—with emphasis instead placed on how
a person interacts and behaves as an outward expression of
Rainbow Hearth provides a supportive environment for
artists, teachers, and leaders to restore themselves, read,
write, develop their art forms, and prepare themselves for
their future work.
Rainbow Hearth has been practicing Permaculture, gardening,
plant propagation, landscaping, and water preservation for
many years, providing a universal model of what can be done
in a fairly harsh environment.
Rainbow Hearth Sanctuary has been substantially enriched by
Native American, Tibetan, Buddhist, Shamanic, Christian,
Jewish, and other spiritual cultures and rituals. Through
the guidance of qualified leaders, Rainbow Hearth can
provide space for sacred ceremonies, vision quests, personal
retreats, seasonal ceremonies, and rites of passage.