The Everyday Mystery School is a learning community providing guidance and inspiration to help people come alive to the inner wisdom needed for these times. Our focus is on re-learning how to cultivate a relationship with the earth, our ancestors, and a personal path of meaning and purpose.

Bring your work into the world in a new way

Constellations for Heart-centered Entrepreneurship

A 6-week course to discover what is your work in the world
from a systemic perspective

Starts Weds, Sept 16th, 7-9:30 pm ET


Emerging Business Incubator

A Design Thinking approach to packaging your offering in a way that connects 
An ongoing program for incubating your sacred work


Advanced Practice Design

A three-month journey to design your constellations practice
with Illi Adato 

October – December, 2020



We offer events and classes in NYC and online. Many of these events involve the practice of family and systemic constellations where you can get support for your big questions about family, relationships, and doing your life’s work. Come with a question or participate as a representative and have powerful experience of interconnectedness.

Living into the Mystery

Conversations with spiritual leaders and community elders about finding guidance in the time of Coronavirus

April 22, 2020

Freedom Cartwright, Anjuli George, and Alissa Fleet

A trialogue with fellow constellation practitioners on Earth Day on how we’re personally experiencing the collective shift away from busyness, towards a state of receptivity, holding, and curiosity

April 13, 2020

Louise Dunlap

Teacher, writer, Buddhist activist. Author of forthcoming memoir Inherited Silence, on tracing the history of her family’s land at the edge of Napa Valley and decolonizing the mind in the process.

April 05, 2020

Stuart Garber

Healing arts practitioner, teacher, and guide to attuning with the natural world, including in the wilds of Brooklyn.

April 04, 2020

Evan Pritchard

Descendant of the Mi’kmaq people (part of the Algonquin nations), founder of Center for Algonquin Culture, former Professor of Native American history, master raconteur.

April 03, 2020

Rev. Chelsea MacMillan

Spiritual Director, Cofounder of the Center of Sacred Activism, organizer with Extinction Rebellion NYC.

“Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.”

― Howard Thurman


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