Our Global Community

As the Earth Treasure Vases are planted around the world, stewarded by members of our global family, the locations and communities where the vases have been buried have formed a mandala of healing and protection for the Earth.

Like acupuncture points on Gaia’s body, the Earth Treasure Vase nodes that form this mandala and the meridians that connect them carry our prayers and intentions around the planet. This Global Healing Mandala is now coming to life. It is a healing force to participate in, contribute to, keep alive and connect with.

Over the years, our global community has grown from a few friends to thousands of members who participate in our monthly full moon meditation or receive the recordings. Through cultivating this ongoing practice we realize that we too are holy vessels ourselves, nodes on this global mandala, participating in the creative restoration of this beautiful blue-green planet we call home.

We invite you to join us from wherever you are. If you are curious and want to get engaged in our global community, please find and contact members of our Earth Treasure Vase Stewardship Council who are in your region listed here. 




New Zealand




The First Generation of Earth Treasure Vases

  1. A cave above Los Alamos National Laboratory, in New Mexico, the birthplace of the atomic bomb.
  2. The Source of the Rio Grande River, in Creed, Colorado
  3. The Mouth of the Rio Grande at the Gulf of Mexico
  4. On top of Mt. Baldy above Santa Fe, NM
  5. On Mt. Chicoma – known as Sikamu to the Tewa People of New Mexico, the custodians of the sacred lands where this mandala began.
  6. The Indian Point Nuclear Reservation on the Hudson River in New York
  7. The Headwaters Old Growth Redwood Forest in Northern California
  8. The Punta Cometa, on the coast of Oaxaca, Mexico;
  9. Vilcabamba, Ecuador
  10. Djakova, Kosova
  11. The Lawrence Laboratory at the University California, Berkeley
  12. The Dtao Dum Forest, on the border of Thailand and Burma
  13. The Village of Ein Karem in Israel/Palestine.
  14. Hiroshima, Japan
  15. Inwood Park above the Cloisters in New York City
  16. The Biosphere 2, in Oracle, Arizona
  17. The Martin Luther King Freedom Center in Oakland, California
  18. The Source of the Ganges in India
  19. The Source of the Amazon in Peru
  20. The Southern Pacific Ocean – 93’ down in Egum Atoll, the Trobriand Islands, Papua, New Guinea
  21. The Arctic Circle, Alaska, in connection to the G’witch’in People
  22. The Kogi lands of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia
  23. Telowoyan Village, Lofa County, Voinjama District, Liberia, West Africa
  24. The Blyde River Canyon, Limpopo Province, South Africa
  25. The Giza Plateau, Egypt
  26. Haleakala, Maui, Hawaii
  27. The Itombwe Forest, South Kivu Province, Democratic Republic of Congo
  28. Avebury, England
  29. Bindaluk, Jawoyn Country, Katherine, Northern Territory, Australia
  30. The Mother Vase (on Cynthia’s altar. Will be buried when all the others have been accomplished)

The Second Generation of Earth Treasure Vases

  1. Gabarnmang, Arnhem Land, Australia
  2. The MacKenzie King Park, Ottawa River Valley, Ottawa-Gatineau, Canada
  3. The original garden in Findhorn, Scotland
  4. The Great Stupa of Boudhanath in Kathmandu, Nepal
  5. The Flint Hills of Kansas in the heartland of America
  6. The Santa Cruz Mountains near Silicon Valley, California
  7. The Valles Caldera of northern New Mexico
  8. Purnululu (Bungle Bungles), the Kimberley’s, Australia
  9. The village of Utiagvik at the edge of the sea in northernmost Arctic Alaska
  10. The Hanford nuclear reservation on the shores of the Columbia River in the state of Oregon
  11. Mount Ryosen above Fukushima, Japan
  12. Back to where it all began at the cave hermitage of Charok, Nepal
  13. Margibi County, Liberia
  14. Didthul Mountain in the Budawang wilderness of Walbunja Country, Yuin Nation, Southeastern Australia
  15. Our root temple Tolu Gompa, in Nepal
  16. The Munzur Valley near the source of the Euphrates River in Turkey
  17. Serpent Mound in Ohio, USA
  18. Cheorwon, in the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea
  19. The Ashaninka Spiritual Portal, Kampa do Rio Amonea Indigenous Land, state of Acre, Brazilian Amazon
  20. The Arhuaco lands in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia
  21. Te Waipounamu, the South Island, Aotearoa-New Zealand

Third Generation Vases

  1. Antarctica
  2. Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland
  3. Saugatuck Dunes on Lake Michigan
  4. Highwood Valley, Rocky Mountains in Alberta, Canada
  5. Southeastern US Turtle Island, Shaconage, Tennessee
  6. On the shores of Lake Washington in Kirkland, Washington

Second Generation Earth Treasure Vases being stewarded now (not yet buried):

  1. Southwestern Australia
  2. Delphi in Greece
  3. Bering Strait in Russia
  4. A vase dedicated to healing racism in the USA
  5. Washington DC
  6. Italy
  7. British Columbia
  8. Altai, Russia

+17 Third Generation Vases (not yet buried)

+ 11 more Second Generation Vases still awaiting their destination

For a total of 93 Earth Treasure Vases 


Monday Mindfulness Meditation