CONTINUING HANS KING'S WORK

Below are just a few ways we are using Hans King's teachings to be of service to humanity. Please contact us to discuss if there is any way you feel we could be of service.


Classes and Workshops

We will continue Hans' teachings via online classes and in-person workshops.

Expos and Conventions

Presenting at conventions allows us to share Hans' teachings to spiritual audiences.

First Responder Training

Hans' teachings can help first responders deal with on-the-job trauma.


Besides the above outreach activities, we have a small staff who provides customer service, updates social media, maintains websites, and creates newsletters. Other expenses include computers, website hosting, shopping cart, mailing lists, and the usual basics needed to keep the lights on. Your contribution allows us to continue being a beacon of light in Hans King's honor.

Classes and Workshops

We have taught many classes over the years with Hans. We’ll continue to offer classes based on Hans’ teachings on a sliding scale to make them available to everyone, just as Hans wished. It takes resources to hold a class, whether streaming online or an in-person workshop. Your contribution will help us continue teaching Hans' principles.


Expos and Conventions

Presenting at conventions allows us to continue to share Hans King's teachings, such as:

  • Helping people realize that they are NOT their mind chatter.
  • Giving seekers to opportunity to connect to their greatest resource on Earth, Spirit.

Hans King served for the sheer joy of helping people uncover who they truely are. We kindly request your support so that we can present at expos such as the following:


First Responder Training

First responders (police officers, firefighters, emergency medical technicians, nurses, doctors, veterinarians, social workers, and even teachers) need coping skills to deal with repetitive on-the-job trauma.

Hans King's teachings include:

  • Mindfulness to maintain composure and clarity on the front lines.
  • Resilience to release past experiences to be fully prepared for the next event.