For many, healing is returning the body to a state of physical and emotional well-being, energy and wholeness after a time of injury or disease. But this only accounts for the surface of being. In the eyes of the ascended masters, healing takes on a much deeper meaning.
They speak about a state of profound inner wholeness—the perfect balance between Spirit and soul. And they tell us that all real, lasting wholeness flows from the inner blueprint stamped upon our souls when conceived in the womb of Spirit. Most people have lost their connection to this inner blueprint, also called the Emerald Tablet or Emerald Matrix. Yet, it can be regained and restored by the alchemy of the sacred fire. This unique Summit University seminar will show you how. So come and learn what the Emerald Matrix really is, and how to reactivate it in your life!
This Summer SU seminar is available for
virtual attendance only.
Is the daily Montana live broadcast
inconvenient for your time zone?
Join us for a REGIONAL rebroadcast!
EUROPE-AFRICA REGION (ENGLISH)
ASIA-PACIFIC REGION (ENGLISH)
Summit University offers 10 youth scholarships for full-time students ages 18-24. For more information and an application form, contact Patrick Rogers (progers@TSL.org) by June 15, 2020.
Registration open through June 30th
Late registration July 1-7 (late fees may apply)
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Tuition per person: $295 USD
Your seminar tuition includes:
No. Summit University is only offering virtual attendance for the Summer SU 2020 seminar. All students will participate in the entire seminar virtually. No in-person attendance will be allowed this summer.
Yes! All virtual attendees will receive access to a downloadable PDF version of the SU student workbook directly in their online seminar environment. You are welcome to download and save this PDF to your computer, or to print it.
No. Unfortunately, this is not an option that we can provide for virtual attendees at this time.
You will have access to all seminar replays through December 31, 2020.
You’ll need a good internet connection with enough bandwidth for video streaming. (We recommend at least 1 mbps download speed, which you can test here: https://testmy.net/download) If you have an email address, are comfortable with a service like Facebook and/or with using the TSL membership area, you’re good to go. We will use Zoom, a simple web conferencing application, for group discussions. It requires minimal setup and offers a phone option for those who are more comfortable with using a telephone. Our technical staff have made a short orientation video presentation available that will walk you through the steps of setting up for and accessing the online seminar environment.
Our SU Tech Support team is available to assist you with technical problems related to the seminar. Contact us at http://SummitUniversity.org/help or by email at support@SummitUniversity.org and an agent will respond to you within 24 hours. We will offer faster support times during the live seminar broadcast on July 7-10, 2020.
Replays will be posted at the end of each live seminar day.
No, but it is encouraged. Please keep in mind that only live participants will be eligible for the blessing at the end of the seminar.
That said, we understand that SU students have busy schedules, so every session will be archived as a replay that you can access through the end of 2020. You are welcome to register for the seminar and only watch the replays at a later date as your schedule permits. Just select the “replays-only” option when you register.
Yes! This summer SU is making accommodations to extend the live broadcast and group discussion experience to students who live in Europe, Africa, and the Asia-Pacific regions. Details about this experience will be coming soon. In the meantime, make sure you register for your correct time zone region to participate.
Yes! All virtual participants will have the option of joining group discussions during the live seminar broadcast. Group discussions will be facilitated by one of our SU group facilitators. SU uses Zoom, a simple web conferencing application, for group discussions. Zoom has proven to be easy to use for the vast majority of our past seminar participants. You will need a computer with a microphone/camera setup or a phone to participate. Details on how to join a Zoom meeting room can be found here: http://SummitUniversity.org/Zoom
A minister will be available for spiritual counseling during the live seminar broadcast. Details for how to arrange for a phone/Skype/Zoom meeting with a minister will be available in the online seminar environment.
Students will be able to request cancellation of their enrollment in an SU Virtual (Broadcast) Seminar prior to and during the first morning of their seminar without financial penalties. Requests for cancellation of enrollment after the first morning will incur financial penalties based on the refund schedule below.
Cancellations can be requested by contacting the SU Registrar at registrar@SummitUniversity.org. Cancellations will be processed by having tuition/fees credited to the student’s account. No refunds will be made for dropping courses/seminars except in cases where a student can demonstrate financial hardship and/or an inability to access their online course due to technical difficulties.
The SU virtual (broadcast) seminar refund schedule is as follows:
WHEN REFUND IS REQUESTED
Before or during the first morning of SU Virtual (Broadcast) Seminar
No penalties; Tuition/fees credited to student’s account
After the end of the first morning of the SU Virtual (Broadcast) Seminar, but still during the live seminar broadcast
20% of tuition will be forfeited as a deferral fee (per seminar); Remaining tuition/fees credited to student’s account
During the first 7 days of the replay period
50% of tuition will be forfeited as a deferral fee (per seminar); Remaining tuition/fees credited to student’s account
8th day of replay period or later
No cancellations will be honored