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Good vibes coming your way...Ojai Hot Springs

"Never doubt that a small group of committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has." Margret Mead

Great place to visit, so many changes and so much grow since last year, just amazing. This place was bought from a group of people to save it, clean it, protect it and make it into an unique spot with relax and healing vibe.

Check in with Robert or Jessica, who work here by the entrance, come in and spend just a fabulous day in hot pools before you jump in a cold creek surrounded by green Nature..thank you my friend..what a blessing.


I look around and see green - trees, veggies and spices in addition with different colors of blooming flowers and citrus trees. The reason behind is also that this place is a pick up station for CSA.

What is CSA? For over 25 years, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) has become a popular way for consumers to buy local, seasonal food directly from a farmer.

Community Supported Agriculture, or CSA programs, have had an incredible impact on the health of our Earth, and our Country.

They play a vital role in establishing secure and vibrant sources of food, while also providing dazzling arrays of offerings that respect local traditions and ecology.

I pick up a towel and book at the check in, that book was just sitting there like it si waiting for me so I took it with me.

I found a great shadow close by the pool and open the book with the title "Peace at Last: The After-Death Experiences of John Lennon ". In this book Jason Leen describes his own visions of John Lennon's death and after-death experiences such as passing through the tunnel of light and his emotional reunion with his mother, taking readers through a fascinating series of purifications and learning experiences. Really? After my past life experiences this book just came to me and I somehow know that God is watching over thankful to know this fact. It helps me on every day journey with everyday challenges.

Visit the land, look around and experience the walking trails and healing waters. Check out how this place applys sustaianble practices to the land and recieve something from CSA. Past samples have included microgreens, citrus, fresh teas, and carob to name a few.

You don't have to make a reservation though it is highly recommend it for your peace of mind. Also this place love people to come in, help clean, water, plant and beautify and stay then soak in the springs in exchange. Even BLM land and National Forests are maintained this way, many of whom are volunteers. Feel free to come and discover this place once again.

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