Unconditional Love

Spiritual teachers of almost every lineage direct people to love themselves and to love what is, but seldom offer any concrete means to accomplish this monumental and most important feat.  Three things are very different about our retreats. Firstly, we actually transmit unconditional love directly into you at times during the retreat.  Second, we create a container of unconditional love for you to marinade in the entire retreat. Finally, we have developed exercises, tools/techniques and meditations that will teach you how to truly unconditionally love yourself in a tangible, definitive and measurable way. Loving your self will change you from the inside out.  Imagine what life would be like if you loved yourself fully and unconditionally.  Our intention to teach you how to be in love with everything and everyone, including all parts and aspects of yourself, in every moment.  This means the shadow parts, the wounded parts, illusions, as well as your golden shadow, your beauty and power.   All of you!   All illusion and separation, which includes self-criticism, fears, doubts, guilt and shame, can permanently melt away through the power of love.  But we aren’t talking about the kind of love that most people associate with the word love.  Continue reading below and discover what unconditional love actually is, and what it is not…


“I wanted to embody love….but struggled with that…this is the journey Magick took me on… he teaches you how to have a personal relationship with the esssence of love…he has tried and perfected a method of helping people step more deeply into their hearts…Magick embodies love & reflects it back to you…”


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what is unconditional love

What we mean by love is not a conventional definition or experience. True unconditional love is not a feeling or thought, doesn’t come and go, isn’t born and doesn’t die, and has nothing to do with what you like, what you are attracted to, or what you condone or want.  It has nothing to do with romance, and people don’t fall in or out of it.  It’s different than marital, fraternal, erotic, and other kinds of love. The Greeks had 8 words for love; Sanskrit has 96, and yet English has one. No wonder we get so confused about what love really is and is not.