Kulana Goddess Sanctuary Hawaii

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Updated on July 1st, 2021

Warmest Aloha Blessings to You! Ready for some time in Hawaii to rest…recharge…create… simply BE? Come share sacred time/space in this unconventional, back-to-nature home at Kulana Goddess Sanctuary.

Right now we’re in the process of figuring out exactly what shape the next era of this unique, wild-nature based goddess sanctuary environment will take…& getting ready for it!

Special Opportunity in this transition time

Do you have the time & energy to help restore this special wild-nature based, shared-home environment on the magical Big Island of Hawaii to after our covid-year hiatus from welcoming folks?

If so, right now we’re offering a ‘special opportunity’ where folks can contribute HALF the Partial-Work-Trade usual in terms of $ support, with double the amount of helping out hours. (i.e. $15/day/person with 4 hours per day helping out around here — + fully refundable deposit, as long as pitching in work is reliably done, no tools get damaged/go missing, & all home guidelines are adhered to — for timeframes of 1 week up to 1 month.)

All typical guidelines including that monetary support is prepaid, non-refundable/non-transferable, + that this home is a smoke/drugs/alcohol FREE ZONE as described on our blogsite of course apply.

(Anyone who prefers to — or only feels physically capable of — contributing our more standard 1.5-2 hours helping out energy per day, that’s also fine. Monetary support would then be our Partial Work Trade usual of $30/day.)

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