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Permaculture, Freedom and Prosperity

A Green and Violet Revolution for Lightworkers

Hands-on Practicum with Teachings, Meditation & Discussion
JUNE 22-26, 2021 · Livingston, MT

A Lightworker Work Out!

Join us for an energetic permaculture practicum on the heels of our summer conference! Five days of hands-on instructions, meditations, teachings, hikes, field trips, and more--all hosted from the beautiful property of the Paradise Permaculture Institute.

Click below for additional information. For questions, email

See photos from our event! Check out our Flickr album.

💸 Pricing

Registration Fees

 Onsite Attendance
  Adults   $90
  Age 17 and Under   Free
  Daily Price   $20

See store page for reduced international and senior rates.

🗺️ Event Location

The event will primarily take place on the 6-acre property of David and Mona Lewis, located in Livingston, MT. Here they have co-created their own foodscape—a model permaculture demonstration and teaching garden for Paradise Permaculture Institute.

The address will be sent to you when you register.

🎓 Scholarship Fund

Apply for a Scholarship
If you desire to attend the event and require financial assistance, please fill out a scholarship request form by clicking on the appropriate link below. The form provides information about what the scholarship fund may cover and instructions for submitting it. The May 1 due date for submitting scholarship requests has been extended, so you may still applyIf you require any assistance with the scholarship forms or have any questions email

HC Event Scholarship Request Form  (PDF)   (Word)

Donate to the Scholarship Fund

Please consider making a contribution to our scholarship fund to assist others to attend this event. We would love to be able to help some young people who would enjoy this outdoor experience with permaculture, hiking and rafting.
Donate Now

✈️ Transportation

Shuttle Service No Longer Provided
Unfortunately, The Hearts Center is no longer able to provide shuttle service to and from the Bozeman airport or to and from your lodging to the conference site and activities. Transportation options are listed below. If you would like some help arranging transportation/sharing rides with others who will be attending the event, email

Book your flight into the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN). 

Rent a car  
There are many rental car agencies located in the Bozeman airport. Renting in advance online through sites such as Hotwire or Kayak can save you money. You can also save by getting together with some friends to rent.

Take Uber, Lyft or a Taxi 
Below are estimated prices from the Bozeman airport to Livingston (one way). Prices vary by time of year and how busy the companies are.

    • The UberX (1-3 passengers): $82
    • Uber XL (1-5 passengers): $115
    • Lyft: $93-101
    • Greater Valley Taxi Airport Taxi Service: $126
    • Montana Yellow Cab: $120 and $5 for each additional passenger
    • Montana Chaffeur (book in advance): $100

🛌🏼 Lodging

If you are looking for roommates, email with your name and phone number.

Vacation Rentals
Vacation houses, apartments or rooms can be found: 
Air bnb

A listing of hotels in Livingston, MT 59047

Fairfield Inn & Suites Livingston Yellowstone
(1.2 miles from sanctuary)
1629 West Park Street

New, very nice hotel. Free hot breakfast, indoor pool, mini-refrigerator in every room

(1.2 miles from sanctuary)
111 Rogers Lane

Rooms will not fit a rollaway bed. 
Free hot breakfast, indoor pool, mini-refrigerator in every room

Livingston Inn Motel
(1.2 miles from sanctuary)
5 Rogers Lane
No breakfast provided
Quaint, fun Western decor

Yellowstone Pioneer Lodge
(1.2 miles from sanctuary)
1515 West Park Street
Free hot breakfast, indoor pool

Comfort Inn
(1.5 miles from sanctuary)
114 Loves Lane
1-800-4-choice or 406-222-4400
$10.00 extra per adult over 2 adults, rollaway beds for $10 per night
Free hot breakfast, indoor pool, refrigerators and microwaves in all rooms

Murray Hotel
(Across from sanctuary)
201 West Park Street
Historic hotel, rates and rooms vary.
Live bands play on main floor. Request a quiet room.

Super 8 Motel
(1.6 miles from Sanctuary)
105 Centennial Drive
Continental breakfast included

🍎 Meals

The kitchen and dining room at the Masonic Temple (downstairs from the Livingston Sanctuary) are available to make your own meals or share in making meals with other heartfriends.

Note: Please do not cook, store or eat meat (this does not include fish) in the kitchen or dining room.

Listed in order by most healthful meals, as rated by our local connoisseur!

Neptune’s Brewery (1 mile)
119 N. L St.
Friday & Saturday: 11:00 am-10:00 pm. Sunday, Monday, Wednesday & Thursday: 11:00 am – 9:00 pm. Tuesday: Closed
Fresh salads, fish, sushi, some vegetarian options

The Soup Bar (.2 mile)
103 N Main St.
Mon - Fri, 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
Salads, soups, sandwiches.

Campione Roman Kitchen
101 N Main St.
Livingston, MT 59047
(406) 333-2427
Closed Tuesday
Lunch: Weekdays (except Tues) 11:00 - 3:00 pm
Dinner: Daily (except Tues) from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Serves fresh, locally-sourced food. Some vegan options available.

The Wok (1 block)
102 N. 2nd St.
Open 11:30am-9:00 pm every day
Chinese food

The 2nd Street Bistro
123 N. 2nd St. (in Murray Hotel)
Open for dinner Thurs, Fri and Sat by reservation only
Excellent food, pricy. Many organic and local ingredients

Gil's Goods (across the street)
207 W. Park St.
Open 12:00 pm to 8:00 pm Wed - Mon. Closed Tuesdays.
Deli menu, salads and pizzas. Outdoor seating in warm weather

Big Sky Thai 
102 Roger’s Ln., Ste. B (across from EconoLodge)
Open Tues - Sun 11:00 am to 3:00 pm & 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Closed Monday.
Has gluten-free and dairy-free options.

Fiesta en Jalisco (next door)
119 W. Park St.
Open every day, 11:00 am to 9:30 pm
Mexican food at good prices. Fast service. Vegetarian options

Faye’s Café (.4 mile)
415 E. Lewis, Room 104
Open Saturday-Thursday 8:00 am until 40 people are served or 11:00 am (Closed Fridays)
Fun fusion food

Pinky's Café (2½ blocks)
109 S. Main St.
Breakfast only served all day. Friday, Saturday, Monday, Tuesday: 7:30am-2:00pm
Sunday: 7:30am-12:30pm
Closed Wednesday and Thursday
American food

The Sport (.2 mile)
114 S. Main St.
Mon-Sun, 11:00 am to 9:00 pm
American food

Mustang Catering (2 ½ blocks) - Only open for take-out
215 W. Lewis St.
Deli food

Pickle Barrel (3 blocks)
131 S. Main St.
Open Mon – Sat 7:00 am - 6:00 pm; Sun 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sandwiches, soups, coffee, drinks and ice cream.

Food Stores

Foodworks Health Foods (5 blocks)
412 E. Park St.
Open every day, 8:00 am to 8:00 pm

Town and Country (1 mile)
1217 W. Park St.
Open every day, 7:00 am to 10:00 pm

Albertsons (2.3 miles)
2120 Park St. South
Open every day, 6:00 am to 11:00 pm

⚠️ Recommendations & Requirements

Spiritual Requirements
The conference is held in a sacred space. Drug and alcohol consumption is not permitted during the event. Additionally, we recommend consistent spiritual practice leading up to the event, such as prayer, meditation, and clean living.

Cell Phones 📴

Please power off your cell phone while in attendance at this event. Cell phone noises, vibrations, and even electromagnetic radiation can disturb the flowfield required for HeartStreams and meditations.

What to Wear and Bring

In June in Livingston, Montana, the average highs are 75 degrees and the average lows are 45 degrees. Mountain weather can be extreme and changeable. Plan to bring clothes for any kind of weather and be prepared to layer. Bring a rain jacket or poncho and a warm jacket. It could be chilly in the morning and the weather may cool down again in the evenings. Be sure to bring some white clothing to wear for Paneurhythmy.

Wear clothes suitable for some gardening, proper hiking footwear and bring a hat, water and snacks.

Remember to bring your Hearts Center prayer and song books.

🌌 The Days are Shortened for the Elect

You are invited to attend our summer solstice conference, The Days are Shortened for the Elect—A Meditation Class with the Mercurian Masters, June 17-20, also in Livingston.

Learn More!

You'll start each day with a solar meditation, an Essene Morning Meditation or the giving of one of our many beautiful new-age rosaries. Then join the class in Energization Exercises or a number of other options that will change daily: Tai Chi, Yoga, Omraam Gymnastics, or the Five Tibetan Rites. Once you are spiritually and physically tuned up, it will be time to engage in Paneurhythmy, a daily ritual throughout the five days of the practicum.

"We demonstrate how to work with nature to co-create abundant foodscapes and sacred spaces."

–Paradise Permaculture Institute

Prayer and Planting

Each day breakfast is followed by prayers, chants, songs and a HeartStream. Then it’s time for Mona’s permaculture mini-class, packed with innovative gardening practices and principles that allow us to create a thriving, sustainable way of life as we put what we are learning into action where we live. Mona has something new and exciting to share every day. We’ll also enjoy some hands-on Permaculture work.

Earth, Water, Air, Fire, Ether

The afternoon activities begin with a fire meditation. Then each of the five elements—earth, water, air, fire and ether—is highlighted, one per day, with special presentations by Livingston locals who have environmental expertise. And you might even say they are very much in their element with their special element! In the late afternoon we take to the outdoors for a hike or local field trip.

Wednesday—Healing Light Retreat; Yellowstone River Rafting

Midweek, the daily schedule varies and we are off to the Healing Light Retreat for a devotional service and then a tour of the property to experience the permaculture work that has been done throughout. After lunch it’s time for a relaxing float down the Yellowstone River. Be prepared for a few rapids just to keep you interested and alert.

Our permaculture practicum is wonderful fun and learning for the entire family! We hope to see every member of yours at our Green and Violet Revolution for Lightbearers.

David Christopher Lewis and Mona Lewis

David Christopher Lewis, mystic, author and composer, is a spokesperson for the ascended masters, sharing their practical, progressive revelations for Self-realization. He is the co-founder of The Hearts Center, Meru University, and Paradise Permaculture.

Mona Lewis is the co-founder and President of Paradise Permaculture Institute, a Montana Corporation for education of sustainable, edible gardens and landscapes. She is a certified Instructor of Permaculture and a Permaculture Design Consultant through two organizations: Midwest Permaculture and Gorgeous & Edible Landscapes.

David and his wife Mona live in Livingston, Montana where they have co-created their own foodscape on their 6-acre property—a model permaculture demonstration and teaching garden for Paradise Permaculture Institute