"Don't ask yourself what the world needs. Ask yourself what makes you come alive, and then go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive."
— Dr. Howard Thurman

The most concrete way of impacting the world around us, is to start through individual transformation. Understanding our true potential leads to more thoughtful living, and positive impact on society.

In this gathering, the program will challenge participants to explore the depths of our connection with body and mind — combining soft and hard skills sessions through work and play. Immersed in nature and with purposeful sensory design, we will mindfully push our boundaries to creatively express who we are and who the world is calling us to be.

Dates: February 14th — 18th, 2018

Location: Las Tanusas

View prices and accommodation options here.

A typical day with Domus will include meditation, breathwork and introspection; workshops and discussions around a topic below; and an activity with local communities.

Human Awakening is built on four themes, which each compile of related topics:

  1. Health & Wellness: Understanding the mind & body, transcendence and spirituality, Conscious and unconscious mindfulness, Health through food and movement, Art of meditation, Stimulating our cognitive capacities with the balance of fasting/cleansing and rich ingredients.

  2. Restorative Senses: Human connection, Desire, Healing, Intimacy, Fears, Collective sound-making, Meditative tasting, gastronomic experiences with  Bocavaldivia (award-winning culinary concept)

  3. Social and environmental impact: Learn-swap with the education foundation to raise ecological awareness, Building sustainable lifestyles (Tanusas vision), fish-catching and/or vegetable-harvesting, collective beach-plastic cleaning, upcycling workshops with local communities.

  4. Beyond Humans: VR, storytelling, tapping into unconscious creative minds, understanding how perception creates reality, creating wonder through science and art

The expected downloads for this gathering revolve around mindfulness, self-actualization and free expression.


Guest introductions: