A Retreat for Spiritual Living

Have you ever thought about owning your own spiritual retreat? We have one to share with you – magical 5 acre mountain retreat with lush forest and private lake, nestled in the idyllic town of Twain Harte, California, one hour from Yosemite National Park. In this video Pamela Prime, the owner and initial spiritual guide to acquiring the property, will share some of the retreat’s unique characteristics of spiritual significance.

The owners of this blessed property have been writing, hosting retreats, and giving spiritual direction to individuals, couples and groups since they acquired the property. They are recognized practitioners of physical and spiritual communications and activities. This beautiful retreat has been a mecca for spiritual living and learning since the Native Americans camped here for hundreds of years to its use now as a spiritual retreat.

Pamela, the current owner was drawn to the property for inspiration to write a contemplative book about one person’s spiritual quest, “When the Moon is Dark We Can See the Stars”. Sensing the gamut of connections with spiritual life this property called to its new owners to share the wisdom, tranquility and enlightened bounty the property possesses. In that regard the lake, main house and eventual out buildings were blessed by the local Miwok Indian chief. Capturing the Indian history a teepee and sweat lodge were the early out buildings and center of spiritual activities. The additions to the main house with rooms for a spiritual reference library, massage and steam room, the 3 round house yurts, the one-on-one counseling chamber, writer’s studio, fire pit circled by benches suitable for prayer and meditation circles and meditation benches scattered throughout the grounds create the perfect place to own for those that can continue to offer it for spiritual enlightenment uses and activities.

There are three unique overnight guest accommodations, each with a magical personality. A circular tree house surrounded by windows sits in the midst of the forest 30 feet up, a round guest house sits on a float in the lake, the house has a private suite of rooms for guests and there are also several sites for tents.