We suggest that anyone attending an ETHOH activity or event wear loose, comfortable, modest clothing.
Chakra is a Sanskrit (ancient Indian language) word that means “Wheel.” Within the subtle body of a human being there are seven main energy centers or vortexes created by the convergence of hundreds of nerve endings coming together in a central point. The ancient sages of India who could see inside of the human body [...]
Spiritual Tools for Transformation are a complete system of meditation techniques known as “The Teachings” that lead an individual into the chakras (vortexes of energy located along the spine) and assists him or her to discover what is at the core of his/her personal challenges and beliefs systems. Healing and transformation takes place once an [...]
Yes. Children are welcome to participate in most ETHOH activities but must be accompanied by an adult. To preserve the sanctity of the silence during meditation we do not recommend that you bring infants or very young children.
Yes. Men are welcome to come and to participate in all ETHOH activities except for the Woman’s Rite of Passage.
Meditation is a Spiritual technique that assists an individual to experience the inner dimensions of themselves by quieting their mind from thoughts and relaxing their body while releasing stress. Using various breathing techniques and focusing their mind on an object, a sound or the breath, an individual is able to alter his or her state [...]
The Holy of Holies has its origins in the temples of ancient Kemet (Egypt). It was the very first room built in the temple that “housed” the statue of the deity to whom the temple was being built, i.e. Ast (Isis) or Asur (Osiris), etc. This room represents the inner sanctum of the human being, the heart, [...]