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 Mountain Library, Forest Chapel and Teahouse 

The Library of Chirripó Mt.

The mountain library offers great spaciousness for film screenings, film studies and discussion, as well as space for workshops & productions.

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Along the river frontage, there is natural encouragement for your own yoga. Aspects of nature and interaction bring tranquility and conviviality to the study.

There is kitchen space, where we explore many ingredients and fruits of life for potlucks and pizzas from our cob oven, for a community event.

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There is lab space for computer work, particularly for audio and video editing. We organize pre-production, production, and post production.

Specific projects we have in mind are ethnographic film, short-films, sketch comedy, music video, i.e. motion picture.

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There is studio space for recording mixtapes and interviews, specific to musical creations and podcasts regarding our local community.

 

Specific recordings we have in mind are podcast and ethnographic interviews, with optimal audio and energy for an intellectual and/or creative zone.
 

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There is chapel space, for community chaplaincy and boundary work, as we aim to be in-tune with the flow and fluidity of cycles and relations.

Specific outcomes we have in mind are related to bringing our contemplative practices and rituals into a shared transformative experience in ceremony.

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Please reach out in advance to coordinate regarding an eventworkshop, production, presentation, screening, conference or ceremony

LATEST ANNOUNCEMENTS:

* Our writer's group is now meeting weekly! *
(Afternoon window open during Monday Workshop)

We now have a set of Spanish philosophy books! *

(Organized within the Spanish section)

* Our beloved cob oven is here! *
(Recently built in the corner garden)

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“Fire is His head, the sun and moon His eyes, space His ears, the Vedas His speech, the wind His breath, the universe His heart. From His feet the Earth has originated. Verily, He is the inner self of all beings.” 
― Anonymous, The Upanishads

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