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Dream Big

And Experience Divine Love,
True Friendship, and Fun in the Sun!


Boulder Hot Springs  Â·  June 26 - 30, 2022

Boulder Hot Springs  Â·  June 26 - 30, 2022


Dreaming Big

with the Ascended Hosts

Are you ready to dream big with the ascended masters? Are you ready to experience new levels of divine love and true friendship? And are you up for some fun with the sun ... and with the Sun behind the sun? Then this is the event for you and your entire family! Planned with intergenerational fun in mind, our summer solstice event will keep you moving and smiling, indoors and out, for five magical, mystical days.

Boulder Hot Springs

An Oasis of Natural Beauty

Our venue offers a time away to commune with heaven and nature. Boulder Hot Springs is nestled in the heart of Montana’s Peace Valley on 274 acres of land at the edge of Deerlodge National Forest. Peace Valley was so named by the American Indians because they believed that all people should be able to come to the valley to heal in the hot mineral waters. They saw this area as a place of healing, of coming together in harmony, of celebration.

Most recently renovated in 1991, Boulder Hot Springs offers, in addition to the mineral springs, an outdoor pool, steam rooms, plunges, and massage. Ah-h-h. Do you feel more at peace already?

Geothermal Plunge Pools & Steam Rooms
In-Person Soul-Raising Sessions
Spa Services


Epic Tours, Day Trips, and Adventures

Exciting activities and outdoor adventures are planned for all ages. Everyone is invited to morning Paneurhythmy. Outings are scheduled each afternoon to local attractions such as the Lewis and Clark Caverns, and Tizer Botanic Gardens and Arboretum. We’ll also take a day-long field trip, which includes a boat ride through the Gates of the Mountains, one of the best scenic stretches of the Missouri River, as well as a visit to historic Helena, Montana’s capital city.

For the Youth

Supervised programs and child care including fun activities, crafts, outdoor adventures, and internship/mentoring are planned for children and teens and will be tailored to the ages attending.

Energizing Evenings

In the evening there will be movie nights and dancing to the lively harp music of Nicolas Carter. And there’s always the option of a dip in the hot springs as a soothing touch to a rejuvenating day!

Experience the Sun Presence of
Helios and Vesta, Alpha and Omega, and More

In addition to multiple opportunities to experience the mineral springs, be blessed with healing springs and fountains of light from heaven throughout our five days together.

Hear about true friendship from Helios and Vesta and divine love within families from Sanat Kumara and Lady Master Venus. Jesus, Mother Mary and Saint Germain, as the Holy Family, will give us keys to fulfilling our family mission. On the last day we have a very special and rare opportunity to receive a message from Alpha and Omega on manifesting our brightest dreams and high ideals at this most critical time on Earth.

Sealing our time together and fitting us to meet the opportunities of the days ahead, the blessed Maha Chohan delivers to all conferees physically present the Baptism by Solar Fire.

And great news! Prior to the official start of our conference, in-person Soul-Raising Sessions will be offered on June 25th. Also, prepare your Karmic Board letter to be consecrated on Wednesday, June 29th.

Dreaming Big for the Generations Yet to Come

So bring your spouse, your children and your grandchildren! It’s time to dream big and bright for their sakes and for all the generations to come!

David CHristopher 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.

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

 Event Information

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 Additional Information

Meals are only offered at the daily rate of $55/day, which includes breakfast, lunch and dinner. On the day of arrival and the day of departure, pick which meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner) you will require. Meal prices for day of arrival and day of departure are $15 breakfast; $20 lunch; $25 dinner. The meal cost for children 5 to 12 is half the price.Children 0 to 4 are free.

Our meals will be made according to the Medical Medium dietary guidelines, so they will be vegan with the exception of fish and occasional side choices of dairy. Boulder Hot Springs (BHS) specializes in healthy, home-cooked and delicious meals, which include organic and locally grown foods. No cooking is allowed in the rooms and there are only a few restaurants in Boulder, so purchasing meals is your best option.

Book your meals by calling BHS at 406-225-4339. You do not have to pay until you arrive. Give BHS at least seven days notice of cancellation otherwise you will be charged for the food and/or lodging for which you reserved. If there is an emergency preventing your attendance, you will be charged for meals. And room cost will be negotiated based on when you cancel or leave.

In-person Soul-Raising Sessions, including special Family Soul-Raising Sessions, will only be offered on Saturday, June 25, the day before the conference. Appointments will be available from 11:00 am-12:00 pm and 1:30-5:00 pm. Schedule your session at the onsite store when you arrive.

Ten or twenty-minute in-person Soul-Raising Sessions with David Christopher Lewis include a soul reading, aura clearance and chakra balancing, and one question addressed. Receive a direct teaching from the Holy Spirit uniquely personal for you. After your session you will be emailed a link to an audio file enabling you to listen to and save your message. (10-min.: $72; 20-min.: $144)

Special Family Soul-Raising Sessions are offered for this event. For two to five family members for 30 minutes the cost is $144 for first family member and $72 each for second and third family member. After the third member, the rest are free. No charge for anyone in family under 12.

Experience the Power of the Holy Spirit

During your session, wave patterns and initiatic cycles of light will be released through the agency of the Holy Spirit to perform an alchemy with your soul. The spiritual radiance flowing to you will be personal for you.

The session will bring you joy and a sense of support and upliftment as well as relief from burdens such as frustration or anxiety. Expect positive change, transformation and elevation!

Our Lady of the Rockies is a 90-foot statue built in the likeness of Mary, the Mother of Jesus, that sits atop the Continental Divide overlooking Butte, Montana.

It is the fourth-tallest statue in the United States after Birth of the New World, the Statue of Liberty, and the Pegasus and Dragon. The base is 8,510 feet above sea level and 3,500 feet above the town. Constructed on private land, the statue is lit at night, making its gracious presence visible continually.

The statue was originally conceived by Butte resident Bob O'Bill in 1979 as a tribute to the Virgin Mary following the recovery of his wife from cancer. Later, the statue was additionally dedicated to "all women, especially mothers."

On Sunday, June 26, at 12:15 pm we will carpool to Our Lady of the Rockies Gift Shop, the place where our tour begins. The address is 3100 Harrison Ave., Butte, MT 59701 (40.8 miles, approx. 43 minute drive).
At 1:30 pm we will watch a video explaining the history of Our Lady of the Rockies. Then we will board a bus and vans for the 30-minute ride to the statue.

To register for this trip, call 406-782-1221 and ask for Vicky. She will give you the special Hearts Center prices: $25: adults, $20: seniors 55 and over, $20: ages 12-17, $10: ages 11 and under. Babies and toddlers sitting on parents laps are free.

On Monday, June 27, at 1:45 pm we will carpool to Lewis and Clark Caverns, 25 Lewis and Clark Caverns Rd., Whitehall, MT 59759 (40.8 miles, approx. 45 min. drive). Register for your choice of either the Classic Tour (4:00 pm) or the Paradise Tour (4:30 pm) here: Cavern Tours
Register right away as these tours are very popular and sell out fast.

Paradise Tour

Paradise Tours are especially suited for visitors with small children, those who experience claustrophobia or cannot wear a face mask, and those who have physical mobility challenges. Not only does this route avoid the vertical climb to access the cave and the 600 stairs/bending/tight spaces of the Classic Tour, but it is also the only option that views the largest, most decorated area of the Cave, the Paradise Room.

Ticket prices are $10 for seniors 62 or over; $15 for anyone 15 to 61, and $10 for children between 5 and 14. Children under five are free.

Classic Tour

The Classic Tour is a 2-hour, 2-mile tour. The route requires visitors to navigate over 600 stairs (over 500 down and over 100 up), to bend, duck waddle and even slide.

Ticket prices are $15 for anyone 15 years and older and $10 for children between 5 and 14. Children under four are $5 but are not recommended for this tour in that they are harder for parents to assist through the cave. Face masks will be required for the room(s) which contain bats.

There is also an entrance fee per carload to the Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park. Montana vehicles don’t pay. However, out-of-state and rental cars pay $8 per car.

Gates of the Mountains Boat Tour

On Tuesday, June 28, at 9:15 am we will carpool to Gates of the Mountains boat tour (50.9 miles, approx. 50 min. drive) Reserve online as soon as possible for the 11:00 am to 1:00 pm boat tour on Tuesday, June 28, as it may sell out.

The 2-hour cruise starts at the Marina, just 3 miles off Interstate 15 in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains between Helena and Great Falls. Aboard a comfortable open-air boat (covered in case of rain), you’ll glide through magnificent country Meriwether Lewis would still recognize if he returned from the other side!

Great towering walls of limestone still stand guard over the river. Bighorn sheep and mountain goats scamper in the rocks high above the water. Ospreys, eagles (bald and golden), vultures and falcons (peregrine and prairie) still soar on the updrafts. The canyon is also home to otters, deer, squirrels, ermine, beaver, mountain lions, black bears and other wild creatures. The list of bird species totals over 120.

The tour’s main attraction, though, is the inexhaustible scenery—wooded slopes, rugged rock formations, and the placid beauty of the timeless Missouri River.

Adult (18-59): $16 per person

Senior (60 and over): $14 per person

Child (3-17): $10 per person

Active military (with ID): $14 per person

2 and under: free

Reserve here: Book Boat Tour

Helena's Last Chance Tour Train

If you would like to see beautiful and historic Helena on the way back home from the Gates of the Mountains, consider this one hour tour. Book the Tuesday, June 28, 3:00 pm tour.

To book, call 406-442-1023. Ask for Jamie. Specify you are with the Tuesday, June 28th, 3:00 pm tour. You can purchase your ticket using a credit or debit card.

Marvel at the Cathedral of St. Helena with its dramatic 230 foot spires (about 20 stories). Cruise by Reeder’s Alley, a charming restored miners’ village from gold rush days. See the authentic Pioneer Cabin built in 1864, one of the last remaining structures that represents Helena’s early history.

Catch a glimpse of The Old Fire Tower. Built in 1876, it’s one of the few remaining fire towers you’ll see in the United States. Enjoy the unique downtown architecture along Last Chance Gulch including buildings embellished with giant lizards, thumbprints and gargoyles.

View the Greek Renaissance architecture of Montana’s impressive state capitol. Constructed of native Columbus sandstone and crowned with a massive copper dome, the cornerstone was laid in 1899 with construction of this impressive structure being completed and dedicated in 1902.

See the opulent mansion district, featuring the dream homes of Helena’s mining millionaires. Roll right by our governors’ homes, old and new. You’ll see the Victorian beauty that served as the home of Montana’s governors from 1913 to 1959, as well as the newer home that is the current chief executive’s abode.

Adults and teenagers: $11

Seniors 60+: $10

Children 4-12: $9

Children 3 and under: no charge

Tizer Botanic Gardens & Aboretum

On Wednesday, June 29, at 2:30 pm, carpool to Tizer Botanic Gardens & Arboretum (20-min. drive, 16 miles). Pay for admission when you arrive.

Adults: $9

Children 5-12: $7

Children 4 and under: free

Located near Jefferson City in the heart of the Elkhorn Mountains, Tizer Botanic Gardens & Arboretum offers visitors 6 acres of stunning gardens and arboretum to explore with more than one-half mile of trails along a lovely creek. It is one of only three internationally accredited arboreta in the United States, privately owned and Montana’s only full-time operated botanical garden and arboretum.

We so desire to see your gift
Of song or dance, of pluck or strum,
A reading to inspire the heart,
Your cosmic beats on tabla drum.

It could be pantomime’s your thing.
You play the zither? Oh, how cool!
Portray a scene from “Arabian Nights!”
Now that would make you truly rule.

Whatever talent you will share,
Whatever you decide to do,
We’ll love it and we’ll clap and clap
Because of how much we love you!

Members of The Hearts Center community put on a talent show each year. We would love to see your act! If you desire to perform:


  • Please submit your act by Friday, June 3.
  • Keep your act to five minutes or less.
  • Send a description of your act—the script/the music/the cast of characters.
  • Tell us the time it will take, the title of it, and your name, in an email to talentshow@heartscenter.org.

If you desire to sell consignment items or donate items to be sold at the event, please see Hearts Center Consignment Policy