With Kenneth Mills in the Chiricahuas

By Blair Randle What are the Chiricahua Mountains? They are in an extraordinary area, now a national park, about 2 hours east of Tucson, Arizona, filled with myriad tall granite spires rising from forested chasms among rolling, jagged mountains, formerly inhabited by the Chiricahua Apache tribe, led by the great warrior Cochise. And Kenneth G.…

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Easter Wordshop 2022

“Accept only what you know to be a Living Temple experience, and know that on the altar that is made of earth you appear a living sacrifice, not crucified in the mind of delusion but resurrected in the Living Body of Love’s Empowerment.”  ~ Kenneth G. Mills   The Kenneth G. Mills Foundation invites you…

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An Easter Celebration!

“If Easter has anything in its wonder, it’s the fragrance of the Invisible, for there is no lily of the field that is not bearing its wonder if you know what to perceive, what to experience, and not be fooled by its appearance.” (Kenneth G. Mills) Good Friday, April 2, 2021, and Easter Sunday, April…

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