Ignite Your Power. Inspire Peace.
In support of Marlise Karlin and The Simplicity of Stillness Method, our mission is to ignite the power of peace in every person to recognize their innate potential and to share that infinite Energy throughout the world.
Our Commitment to a Common Future
The Simplicity of Stillness provides people with a simple yet powerful method for connecting to their true potential. This unique form of higher education is the natural extension of our mission taught worldwide to increase awareness, expand empowerment and share love.
This spark empowers personal transformation spreading peace through a ripple effect that begins with YOU.
Experience the Empowering Energy for Yourself:
As people connect to their deepest knowing through The Simplicity of Stillness Method, they find the inner strength and inspiration to expand their vision, and discover new ways to give back and serve others.
Each one of us, connected to the peace in our hearts, can make an imprint and change the world around us.
"Imagine a day when people see beyond differences - to the core of what we all have in common, where what we value most allows all of humanity to live peacefully, respecting one another."~ Marlise Karlin
Non Profit Organizations where The Simplicity of Stillness Method has been implemented:
Wherever Marlise travels she finds extraordinary individuals who are making a difference in their communities and in the world. Marlise Karlin International is delighted to offer financial support to these worthy projects and we invite you to join in making a difference in many people's lives today in whatever way you can.
Maasai Health Project
'Action Jackson' (Jackson Ole Napjit) is a Maasai who grew up on the plains of the Mara in a rural area of Kenya in Africa. When Jackson met Marlise he shared with her his intention to become the first Maasai balloon pilot so he could earn more money to continue funding all of his clinical healing work with the Maasai tribe. After experiencing a Stillness Session with Marlise, that awakening Energy of Grace offered him the hope to continue the important work he was doing. Inspired now by the belief that he would also find a way to become a balloon pilot, he gave him the assurance that he would never have to turn anyone away because of their financial situation. Marlise told this very special individual that she would help him in any way she could and committed to donating 50% of the proceeds of the Imagine Stillness Session CD. The musical artists who joined her in making this extraordinary excursion into Stillness, contributed their profits as well. For more information go to http://www.maasaiinamerica.com/Donate
Trees of Life
The second project to receive a portion of the IMAGINE CD proceeds is called 'Trees of Life' and was founded by Mikaelu Djiguiba from the famous Dogon tribe, in Mali, West Africa. Mikaelu is another amazing individual who is making a difference in the lives of many tribal people in Mali, Africa. As the guide for Marlise's Stillness tour through the Dogon country, he shared with her many of the challenges the people there are facing. The desertification of the African continent is having grave consequences on the Malian population in terms of poverty and natural resources. The Trees of Life Program seeks to plant 500 trees in the first year, planting 5 different types of trees that are beneficial to the environment and are a source of food, medicine and shelter for local people. For more information go to http://www.maliexperience.com/environment.html.Donate
El Hogar de San Jose
El Hogar de San Jose mission is to meet the basic needs of homeless and abused men, women and children while offering them the opportunity to exercise their individual skills by participating, creating, learning or working within the community, supporting their social advancement. For more information go to www.obrasdesanjose.org.ar/hogarDonate
The MAGIC mission is to ensure that all residents have access to information and resources that create opportunities and power for them as a collective. MAGIC’s overall strategy for accomplishing change is to help youth become change agents of the conditions and policies that hinder their chances of prosperous and healthy adults. The goal of course is to “build” adults who will in turn build a better community. For more information go to http://magicchicago.org/home.cfmDonate
Youth at Risk
Phoenix Youth at Risk, helps at-risk and homeless children and teens learn to dream again and then make those dreams become a reality, through their structured mentoring and learning programs. For more information go to www.phoenixyouthatrisk.orgDonate
Break the Cycle
Marlise was once on the National Board of Directors for Break the Cycle. Break the Cycle is a foundation based in Los Angeles whose mission is to engage, educate, and empower youth to build lives and communities free from dating and domestic violence. For more information go to http://www.breakthecycle.orgDonate
1 n 10
1n10 is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to serving and assisting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth. We provide youth with tools to improve self esteem and acceptance of who they are. The youth we work with range in age from 14 to 22. We create a safe space, mentally and physically, for youth of all socio-economic and cultural backgrounds. Our weekly discussion groups cover a wide range of social, educational, health, and community issues. Youth with particular needs have the option to speak with peers or volunteers one-on-one, in a supervised setting. We offer resources for healthy living and making healthy choices, as well as social networking opportunities appropriate for developing leadership skills and having fun. For more information go to www.1n10.orgDonate
Fresh Start Womens Foundation
Fresh Start Women's Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping empower women through the services of the Jewell McFarland Lewis-Fresh Start Women's Resource Center. This Center, the first comprehensive self-help center for women in the country, opened in October, 2002 and is currently accommodating more than 2,500 visits a month by women hoping to improve their lives. For more information go to www.wehelpwomen.comDonate