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102 S Topanga Canyon Blvd
Topanga, CA, 90290
United States


I-CODA International Centers of Divine Awakening , founded by Swami Premodaya is a spiritual center to promote growth of the individual's innate spirituality. Offerings include public events, online satsang, discourse, all day workshops, and spiritual retreats.

New Year's Activation Retreat 2017

We change the world not by what we say or do, but as a consequence of what we have become.
— David R. Hawkins

Up-level the way you walk in the world and head into 2017 energized and with new-found mental and spiritual clarity.  Let go of your limiting beliefs as you experience the ultimate personal transformation. Escape from the hustle of daily life and the messaging from the outside world that clutters the mind-creating confusion, stress, poor health, depression, and lack of inspiration.

I-CODA's "New Year's Activation Retreat 2017” will give you the space and tools necessary to quiet the mind to connect with your inner voice and move into activation!  Tap into this quiet wisdom found in your heart to find clarity in your life, ignite passion in your relationships, or rediscover your individual genius.

Nestled in the rolling hills Frazier Park, CA, the Moksha Spiritual Center is the perfect location on the edge of wilderness where time slows. This spiritually revered sanctuary provides a sense of peace and removes us from the noise and chaos of everyday life.  Together we will take a deep dive on a journey into the heart, which will allow you to face your fears, uncover your greatest potential, and experience the miracle of empowered, unconditional love.

Moksha Spiritual Center provides cozy rooms filled with light, warmth, and grace finished with the simplicity of an ashram-like environment.

Nourish your soul with our sumptuous homemade vegetarian option cuisine throughout your stay.



Friday, December 30, 2016
4:00 - 5:30 pm      Arrival of Retreatants
5:30 - 7:00 pm      Breathwork Aperitif with Michael
7:30 - 8:30 pm      Dinner
8:30 - 10:00 pm    Opening Invocation 

Saturday, December 31, 2016
7:30 - 8:30 am      Morning Sankalpa Yoga with Arvind
8:30 - 9:30 am      Breakfast
10:00 - 11:30 am  Introspection with Val
12:00 - 1:00 pm    Lunch
1:00 - 2:30 pm      Meditation & Visioning with Arvind
3:00 - 5:00 pm      Free time / Hiking
5:00 - 7:00 pm      "Achieving Ultimate Happiness" with Premodaya
7:30 - 8:30 pm      Dinner
8:30 - 9:30 pm      Harmonic Musical Journey with Sam
9:30 - 11:30 pm    Breathwork with Michael
11:30 - 12:30 am  Music and Countdown
12:30 am - on       Fire Ritual

Sunday, January 1, 2017
8:00 - 9:00 am      Morning Sankalpa Yoga with Arvind
9:00 - 10:00 am    Breakfast
10:30 - 12:00 pm  Transcendation with Val
12:30 - 1:30 pm    Lunch
1:30 - 3:00 pm      "Permanent Joy" with Premodaya
3:30 - 4:00 pm      Closing Ceremony 


MENU (tentative)

Dinner- Handmade corn tortillas generously topped with Costa Rican style beans, field greens, fresh salsa, cilantro and guacamole with a cashew cheese drizzle.

Dessert- Raw brownies lovingly smothered with a rich chocolate glaze.

Breakfast- Smoothie bowls with fresh made granola and fruit.

Lunch- Suntuna patè over a bed of arugula & heirloom tomatoes served on onion date bread with a side of cabbage slaw.

Dinner- Red lentil dahl with a side of sautéed greens and brown rice.

Dessert- Sun bliss balls with an intoxicating aroma of cardamom and turmeric.

Breakfast- Fresh whipped coconut milk & chia layered over cooked oats topped with superfoods and fresh fruit.



To be comfortable and prepared at Moksha Spiritual Center, we recommend you bring the following:
1.  Layered clothing for warm and cold weather
2.  Meditation shawl or blanket   
3.  Yoga mat
4.  Eye pillow
5.  Notebook, pen, and water container

Moksha Spiritual Center is located just 90 minutes northeast of Los Angeles, CA.



Swami Premodaya

Premodaya’s initial awakening occurred at age twelve, when he became a “dweej” (a Hindu term meaning “twice born” and denoting an experience of direct awakening to the spiritual dimension).  Twenty years later, in a moment of profound relaxation, a series of dramatic and uninvited mystical experiences occurred, including a full experience of death.  This torrent of spiritual happenings and insights poured relentlessly into his mind and body for a year.  He emerged able to see deeply into others, past, present and future. These mystic experiences brought him to the feet of his spiritual Master, world-famous Indian guru Osho, who named him Swami Premodaya.  Two decades later he met his other Master, Gangaji, a spiritual teacher from California known and beloved in many countries.  Her presence sparked a powerful energy transformation, culminating three years later in his final sanctification on August 1, 2003, from which he emerged experiencing himself, and all beings, fully as ‘Love Incarnate.’


Yogi Arvind

A Maverick-Non Conformist-Spiritual-Vegetarian-Technocrat-Liberal-Activist. A Yogi from Hyderabad in South India - striving to live life as per yogic principles as much as possible (not just asana but all the 8 eight limbs).  Living a lifestyle close to natural settings, focused on service, balance, creativity and spirituality.  Inspired by people who think big and who follow their dreams, in spite of the trials and tribulations on their path.


Michael Brian Baker

Michael Brian Baker is a student of compassion and humility and the founding member of The Breath Center.  He travels extensively facilitating groups and individuals in the realization of self-mastery through somatic release, breathwork, and natural plant-based detox. He supports people in their own growth, freedom, and discovery of the bodies innate intelligence to heal from within.

Michael has extensive experience as a keynote speaker representing the conscious and healing arts communities and is known for restoring profound hope and intimacy in large group settings.  His humanitarian efforts served the underprivileged populations by developing "not for profit" volunteer-based outreach programs.  He has implemented Eastern holistic, healing modalities in Western medical treatment settings.  Michael’s current home base as a teacher of the oral traditions and arts practitioner is in Ojai, California.  He holds certifications from Upledgers Suzanne Scurlock Durrana HFTC L1, HT levels 1 through 4 David Elliott, C.H.A.P Certification – Wendy Allamby C.HT,AACP and Medicine Wheel – Dream Time interfaced with the Four Winds Society.  He is an ever expanding student focusing on the philosophy of Yogic theories and their impact on those who suffer with chronic illness.


Val Nathan

Val has been called a cosmic cowboy, a master life coach, a guide, a devotee, a friend, a student.  He prefers to be called a journeyman.

In addition to his 8 year apprenticeship under Swami Premodaya, Val is a certified NLP practitioner and shares a lifetime of diligent spiritual practice, including Constellation Healing, Freudian therapy, Scientology-based auditing, and Sai Shakti Healing.


Sam Babayan

Born in Yerevan, Armenia. Sam Babyan started a very disciplined classical piano musical education at 6 years old. At age 13 began to focus on guitar and fell in love with popular music.

Sam blends a sweet ceremonial mix of classic American and British infused rock, folk, with Eastern/Armenian influences. He currently fronts The Dirty Diamond and supports the Luv Amp Tribe.

Some of the band’s collaborations include recordings with pianist Tigran Hamasyan, vocalist Durga McBroom of Pink Floyd, and World Musician Arto Tucboycian.

Sam and his band members have toured and/or recorded with artists such as Shania Twain, Todd Rundgren, Macy Gray, Serj Tankian, Linda Perhacs, Mika, Keb' Mo, Mindi Abair, Florence + The Machine, James Blunt, Juanes, Andra Day, and more.



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Winters in Frazier Park are cold, including snowfall and below-freezing temperatures.  Remember, this location is a natural habitat.  You will need adequate winter clothing, including anything you need to be comfortable on site.


Pre-registration (including tuition payment) is required (cash, check, or credit card).  Registration is quick and easy by phone (310.497.1899).  The retreat is limited to a maximum of 25 participants.


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