About Life of Learning
Life of Learning Foundation, founded and directed by author Guy Finley, is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to help sincere spiritual seekers realize a conscious relationship with the Divine. Life of Learning is a welcome harbor for anyone wishing to let go of harmful negative states such as stress, fear and resentment in favor of a life filled with more love, compassion, and excellence. We are a federally recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that operates exclusively on the proceeds received from the sale of Guy Finley materials and charitable donations from our generous supporters.
Many people have called Life of Learning Foundation a "true non-profit," because we price all of our products as reasonably as possible so that the healing ideas they contain can reach people throughout the world. In addition, Guy Finley does not draw a salary or receive any royalties from the Foundation. More than a few people have commented through the years, "Guy can stretch a nickel further than anyone I've ever seen!"
The best way to get to know Life of Learning and incorporate Guy Finley's life-changing principles into your life is to plan a time to come visit. Guy speaks four times each week on the foundation grounds; every meeting costs just $3 to attend and is open to all.
Life of Learning Grounds
Life of Learning Foundation resides on 14 acres, over half of which is forested with old growth pine and fir trees. Even when there isn't a meeting going on, there is always a lot to do including exploring the grounds, working in the organic gardens, picking and eating fresh apples and concord grapes in late summer, relaxing on the covered porches, visiting the library, and much more.
The local area is also filled with natural wonders to explore including hiking trails, the wild and scenic Rogue River, Crater Lake National Park, Redwood National Parks, Siskiyou Mountains, Cascade Mountains, and the Oregon Coast.
Volunteers Make a Difference
Life of Learning Foundation is a true labor of love, because the majority of our financing, planning, designing, and physical labor is provided by volunteers.
Construction of the main building was completed in 2000, the Annex was completed in 2004, the first garden and barn in 2007, and the second garden and orchard in 2010.
Special Thanks to Those Supporting Our Efforts
We greatly appreciate the organizations and individuals who have helped us reach others with these important ideas.
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