The MAP Photo copy

Next big event in:


Welcome to a space where all the offerings focus on integrity, well-being, & peace.

Featured Gallery Posts

  • Sacred Fire in England

    Mini retreat & social gathering held during the summer solstice to share the significance of fire in self cultivation & sacred practices. Topics of discussion included the evolution of sacred cultivation practices, what makes a cultivation practice sacred, the relevance of these practices in today’s world, and the role of fire and other elements in…

  • Sacred Journey to Tibet

    Three week retreat in Tibet to offer prayers and study sacred spaces, places, and rituals through full immersion. The journey began with a few acclimation days in Xining, China before taking a train to Lhasa. We then drove across the country starting from Lhasa to Shigatse and continued on to Everest Base Camp, Saga, and…

  • The Dance

    The Dance is inspired by the harmonious balance of opposing elements and the magic of their interaction. This piece is very personal to me as it embodies the essence of all arts that I have learned and practice – natural movement, stillness, balance, and transformation. The image came to me when when I inherited my…


I am excited, humbled, and honored to share that my school and I are lending our full support to Venerable Karma Lekshe Tsomo and Sakyadhita Hawaii in the development of the La`i Community Peace Center. The purpose of this project is to create a community resource center offering education and training in peace and non-violence….

Every February Shingon Shu Hawaii holds its Hoshi Matsuri service to bestow blessings for the rest of the year. “Hoshi” means star and “matsuri” means festival. The service includes the transformation of sacred items (i.e. altars/butsudan, altar pieces, prayer items, statues, charms/omamori, etc) by placing them in a sacred fire. Most of the items are…

Today, thanks to my wonderful friend Joannie, I had the great pleasure and honor of meeting Dr. Sen Genshitsu, a 15th generation master from the Urasenke tradition of tea at his talk at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. ‘Urasenke’ means the back house of the Sen family/school and has roots from Sen no Rikyu…


You are what you surround yourself with and spend the most time doing.

©2016 Ray Carbullido | All Rights Reserved.

Let's Connect: