Why so Generous?

Native American Indigenous Church


NAIC Saving Grace Ministry


Why are we at the N.A.I.C. Thai Yoga Center being so generous?

First of all, we are a 508(c)(1)(a) compliant “FBO” (Faith Based Organization), Tribal Organization, Florida State registered Not for Profit Religious/ Church/ Ecclesiastical Organization with a Charitable, Education, and Service Mission!

We are a Christ-Centered Church, Ministry, and Seminary. We believe and operate by the principle that finances should not be the primary determining factor in whether a student chooses a quality education in healing or our school! We prove this daily by practicing the generosity we teach as a core value of traditional Indigenous medicine.

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Second. Anyone who has ever taken a class with Ajahn, Dr. Anthony James, will tell you he is nothing if not generous! Ajahn wants the Practitioner and Instructor programs to be the best, the most intensive, and comprehensive training of this kind offered anywhere in the world! It’s not just about listing and memorizing techniques and so-called “trigger points.” Trigger points are good information… however, we believe to truly handle pain and suffering, the fundamental dissonance of the essence and being manifesting the pain and suffering must be addressed. It’s about the faithful teaching and transmission of knowledge and being via a living master associated with living lineage (Master to Master) and active “lines of transmission” from the Master Teacher to the student.

Our program is not so much about technique as about transformative processes using the traditional tools we have been permitted to use. And use we will. Ajahn says, “Be what you know.” In our programs, you will learn and practice living the practice.

Learn more about our living traditions and history in Thailand! “Krabi Krabong, The Tiger Sword of Thailand” is now available in paperback or Kindle.

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