The Journey of Profound Healing is designed to help you release the emotional charges and energetic wounds you’ve been carrying your entire life. It’s an opportunity to meet your true self—the person you are when you’re 100 percent free to live authentically. On the other side of this release, you’ll feel a deep sense of clarity, confidence, and freedom. So you can begin to transform your life in profound ways.
How the Program Works
The Journey of Profound Healing is a three-day immersion-style program designed to bring about a lasting transformation in your life by identifying and uprooting the energetic sources of your pain and suffering. This work is based on the understanding that all dis-ease and discomfort we experience— physically, mentally, and emotionally—lives in us energetically and stems from deep impressions from our childhood, primarily as energies we have taken on from our parents or other caregivers.
Journey of Profound Healing is your opportunity to release the burden of carrying that which does not belong to you, and uncover the powerfully vibrant life you’ve always imagined for yourself.
We are continuing the legacy of this profound work in this program, Journey of Profound Healing, empowered by Sai Maa and led by Sai Maa’s trained facilitators using a similar structure, format, and teachings.
- Be a better father/mother, daughter/son, or partner/husband/wife
- Express your love for others more deeply
- Feel fulfilled and more successful in your work or career
- Change something—anything—in your life
- Get unstuck financially
- Work through a recent loss like a divorce, death, or job layoff
- Increase the intimacy in your relationships
- Take your life experience to the next level
- Soothe your physical, emotional, or mental discomfort
- Experience a quantum leap in your spiritual evolution
|Early Bird Rate||$801|
|Youth Rate (Ages 18-25)||$801|
|Grand Design Members (with Member code)||$801|
- Lynn, Massachusetts
- William, New York
- Sally, New York
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How many people participate in each program?
What is the daily schedule?
12 noon-9pm Program (Pauses TBA)
9am-8pm Program (Pauses TBA)
9am-1pm – Program
*times are approximate and will adjust based on group size and location
What should I know about Profound Healing?
To facilitate the deepest transformation possible, a series of guidelines have been created. These guidelines are in place to limit distraction and allow you to fully focus on the work.
Specifically, this means during the program abstaining from:
- Leaving your location (for socializing, errands, etc) unless it’s urgent.
- Alcohol, cigarettes, or drugs (except prescription medication)
You will be in silence for portions of your program.
People who are in close relationship or in the following relationships may not attend the same Profound Healing.
- In a romantic relationship
- Related to another participant’s romantic partner
- In a romantic relationship with another participant’s relative
If you have any question about whether a relationship is too close for you to attend a program together, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can I participate in Profound Healing more than once?
Member of H. H. Sai Maa’s monastic order, a clinical psychotherapist and a spiritual teacher
He specializes in assisting others to achieve breakthroughs personally, professionally, and spiritually in a down-to-earth, yet direct approach that inspires, builds momentum, and creates palpable results in his clients. Using his humor, joy, and transparency, Jivan Das is passionately dedicated to his clients’ transformation and success.
An international speaker, teacher, counselor, and author
Since then, Mary has served as the Director of the Sai Maa Transformational Healers Program, the Healers Internship, and currently the Magdalena Healing Program. Known for her capacity to make complex concepts easy to understand, her teaching style is refreshingly human.
Psychotherapist with over 17 years of experience
She has taught women’s specific work as well as boutique programs for self development across the world and is the co-founder of Young New Yorkers, an alternative to incarceration for young adults in Brooklyn, NY and surrounding burroughs. YNY has been featured in The New York Times, Huffington Post, and Forbes Magazine, among other press. Currently, Oakley lives in Denver Colorado and is the proud owner of private practice Oakley Ogden LLC.
For more info, visit: www.oakleyogden.com
Practicing psychologist in schools and private practice for nearly 20 years
Chantale has developed and led many wellness workshops with her clinical work focused on helping women become aware of their debilitating beliefs and leading them toward more empowering thoughts and actions. She has a deeply loving and firm approach that brings profound clarity and power to her clients. Chantale lives New Brunswick, Canada and is the mother of three young adults.
Triveni Das is a member of H. H. Sai Maa’s monastic order, spiritual teacher, healer & entrepreneur.
With a background in the healing arts, Triveni Das holds a Masters degrees in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology with an emphasis in Wilderness Therapy from Naropa University. Today, he travels around the world teaching, including Canada, France, Belgium, Ireland, United Kingdoms, Spain, Norway, Japan, and many cities in the United States.
Lalita Shree Maa
Lalita Shree Maa is a Somatic Psychotherapist, transformational coach, and a member of H.H. Sai Maa’s monastic order.
Lalita has been closely trained by Sai Maa since 2004 and is a member of Sai Maa’s monastic order. In 2019 Lalita received the title of Mahamandaleshwar, which is a high honor in the ancient spiritual tradition of India that acknowledges her as a spiritual teacher. Lalita has taught transformational programs all over the US, Canada, Europe, Asia, and Australia and loves working with diverse groups of people.
Audrey is currently completing a Masters Degree in Psychology and is part of Sai Maa’s team of assistants.
Her passion for Mindfulness has led her to coach corporate CEOs and to teach in Sai Maa’s programs. Her teaching combines compassion and unstoppable action which pierces through all limitations. Audrey is also president of the Board of Directors of Sai Maa Canada and works in the office of Sai Maa LLC.
Licensed professional counselor in private practice focusing on modalities that address stress, anxiety and trauma.
As a result, Diane began to research body/somatic-based trauma treatments. Ultimately, she quit her law practice and completed her masters in counseling from Wake Forest University.
Diane is now in private practice, working with diverse clientele focusing on modalities that address stress, anxiety and trauma. She also works with groups and offers somatic-based practices for stress relief to hospitals, schools, religious organizations and corporations.
There is a distinction between the “healing” we describe above and the practice of medicine, psychology, or any other licensed health care practice. Participating in the Journey of Profound Healing is not a substitute for seeking professional healthcare diagnosis or treatment. Due to the intense nature of the work in Journey of Profound Healing, we reserve the right to review those registering before granting acceptance into the program. Once you register, we will contact you to finalize your registration and set up a call with one of the facilitators.