Shasta Stewart

Shasta is ordained as a spiritual counselor and is a credentialed therapist with a MA degree in Psychology and Counseling. For the last 15 years she has been studying consciousness and world spiritual practices and has been assisting individuals with co-occurring addictions, trauma, and other personal issues. She is certified to practice traditional talk therapy as well as energy healing techniques. She is passionate about her spiritual pursuits, yoga, meditation, music, and holistic health practices.

Official Website

Reconsidering the Nature of Consciousness (Masters Thesis 2012)

Natural, Eastern and Other Alternatives to Psychotropic Medicine (Article 2012)

Reconsidering the Nature of Addiction Problems (Article 2013)

The Truth (Article 2014)

Peaceful Mediation (Article 2015)

Evan Pierce

Evan is a permaculture enthusiast, natural architect, artist, and student of the universe. He is an activist who sees the integration and cross-pollination of ideas from both the liberty movement and the environmental movement as the clearest path forward to a world where humans can co-exist peacefully with each other and the earth.

Examining Dependence on Harmful Systems and Exploring Alternatives (Article)

White Marriot

White likes to watch things grow! Besides his green thumb, he is an entrepreneur, self-educated permaculturist, and an entertainer.

NH Balloon Man (Website)

Rich Angell

Rich is a sovereign sojourner, specializing in spreading joy and happiness wherever he goes. This is done, in part, through singing, guitar, and harmonica, and by just being himself. He loves sunbathing, ‘yoga’ and similar exercise, living in harmony with nature, and inspiring all to live peacefully and freely.

Practice Recording Session (YouTube Video)


One Response to Visionaries

  1. Rebecca Richards says:

    Hello everyone, my name is Rebecca Richards, I have worked with Shasta Stewart in the past and think she is absolutely amazing! Shasta has helped me so much by teaching me techniques in yoga and meditation as well as being a role model and inspiration for me. I would just like to say Saba sounds like an amazing place and I hope one day I will have the opportunity to come and visit! Keep up the great work, the world needs more places like this!

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