This is a  staff list for Sacred Breath Academy in California, North Carolina, USA and International "Retreats"

(we are working to acquire the complete records for ALL years)


We advise current and/or former staff to report any abuses you may have witnessed while working at the Sacred Breath Academy.  For information on your rights and how to take action, visit  If you were fired or forced to resign because you opposed any illegal and/or unethical practices at Sacred Breath Academy, you have the right to take action. 


If you were harmed (family or survivor) by Sacred Breath Academy, please contact if you remember the long-term employees and from which years.  This will help!   Also, if you recognize any of these staff as having worked at another program, please send in any information about their past or present employment at other facilities and/or cults.



HEAL is currently investigating Sacred Breath Academy.




Additional Information
Kaya Danielle Leigh aka Kaya Azure Co-Founder These names appear to be fake and pseudonyms.  There is no record of anyone with either of the names used here having any professional licenses in mental health, yoga instructing, or medical care of any sort.  There is also no record of either of these names legally belonging to anyone in the United States according to  HEAL ran a reverse phone look up using the phone number provided by Sacred Breath Academy.  We found the number reportedly belongs to Daniel Holden (age 58).  Daniel Holden appears to be associated with registered sex offender Micaiah Holden.  Micaiah Holden's rape victim was only 4 years old. 
Aeleo Malakai Azure Co-Founder This name appears to be fake and a pseudonym.  There is no record of anyone with this name used here having any professional licenses in mental health, yoga instructing, or medical care of any sort.  There is also no record of either of these names legally belonging to anyone in the United States according to
Elizabeth Brumfield Retreat Facilitator-Bali Retreat 2019 Quoting Brumfield: "...Embracing the Bullsh*t...Am I saying believe everything everyone tells you and fall for all the bullshit? No. I’m saying be open to being weird and, just maybe, discovering something out of this world that you might like.  Stay tuned for future columns in similar taste; Yoga Bullshit: The Weirdness Explained."  Source:   Brumfield also operates own website at which doesn't appear to be registered through ICANN nor "WhoIs".  HEAL would like to think this is funny, but, we don't find fraud that poses a risk to personal health and financial wellness amusing.  Arguably, if everyone exercised due diligence this wouldn't be an issue.  HEAL hopes we are helpful.
Want More Info On Angela Smith before reading on?  Check this out:

Angela Smith Co-Founder and National Coordinator of HEAL lives with PTSD.  As part of our investigation, Angela sent an e-mail to Sacred Breath Academy.  That complete message with reply is below.  There were a total of 8 messages from HEAL to Sacred Breath Academy.  The first you see below and four additional brief follow ups because Angela hadn't yet received a response.  There was a reply to their message also shown below.  The two Angela sent after receiving that message were requests for an apology.  Have any legitimate mental health professional review the following two e-mails and decide whether or not Sacred Breath Academy is qualified as they claim to be to provide health benefits to people living with trauma:

"On 4/2/2019 4:25 PM, Angela at HEAL wrote:
Dear Sacred Breath Academy,

I learned about your program from a friend who has been through your "training".  I considered finding a local provider of your service as a result of their recommendation.  But, I am also an activist and advocate who has survived cults, frauds, and sexual assault.  And, I've been a well respected activist and advocate against such for over 20 years depending on whether you consider speaking out against it even as a child/youth as a form of informal activism.

As a result of my trauma, I can be hyper-vigilant in my advocacy.  In addition, I look into things in-depth before signing up for any potentially fraudulent or cult "services".  So, as I looked into your services and any credentials I became growingly alarmed while also fearing for the safety of my friend who has been lured by your deception.  I gave that friend every opportunity to answer my questions and concerns effectively.  And, on the sly they said they didn't do any looking into it before signing up or trusting your claims.  Given how well we know each other, it made me feel inadequate in communicating effectively in regards to my advocacy from some perspectives.  But, objectively I know cults and frauds deceive and that is a major component of how they trick victims into paying for bogus services or joining them, so, I accept it is more undue influence and brainwashing by your "academy" rather than any failures on my part to effectively communicate.  I'm always open to clarification and direct communication to resolve misunderstandings.  And, anyone with any empathy at all for survivors like me would seek to alleviate worry and concern that triggers trauma rather than exacerbate it unless suffering undue influence of people like you.  So, this message is one last attempt at potentially giving you the benefit of any doubts while understanding I did my research and am likely completely right in my current assessment of the situation. However, I am humble enough to consider the remote possibility that I've stumbled into a comedy of errors of epic proportion which when effectively explained may make a great plot for a novel or film.  I do write fiction to help manage my trauma and process.  So, either way something good can come out of this.

Now, I don't know if you've had the opportunity to visit and see the information I've researched on you and your services with sources cited.  That page is filled with statements and not questions.  So, in the event you are not sure how to respond to critical statements with sources cited with your own alternative statements (with sources cited) to address any misunderstanding, here are the questions you need to answer to resolve or get any changes made to the HEAL site.  If you prove I'm in error, I'll publicly apologize to you and admit that while I exercised due diligence in all regards, apparently I still was not fully informed.  If you remain silent, I'll assume you have no foundation on which to do or make any claim nor sell any service and that your silence is an admission of your own guilt because you have no retort.  In addition, I understand narcissists ignore criticism, even when well-founded and fact-based, and it will further validate my concern that you are a narcissism cult unduly influencing someone I care for deeply.  The questions:

1.  What are the legal names of Kaya Danielle Leigh aka Kaya Azure and Aeleo Azure?

2.  Through what, if any, mental health, medical, or athletic training licensing boards are you licensed to provide medical, mental health, or athletic/yoga training?

3.  Through what entity or school are your founders certified or through which entity or school did you earn any degrees qualifying you to provide any services you offer through Sacred Breath Academy?

4.  In what state to you hold any business licenses as Sacred Breath Academy?  If you are licensed under any other business name, what is it?

5.  In what state is Sacred Breath Academy accredited to provide any certifications of any sort?

6.  Through what independent third-party lab are your sensual creams, lotions, and bath/body products tested for quality assurance before being marketed?

7.  Have you ever studied comparative religion or philosophy in-depth?  If so, did you major or minor in it?  If so, where? (This question is because you claim on your site that air or breath is feminine which is patently false.  It either has no gender (science) or is masculine (religion/philosophy).  The fact that a female runs SBA and centers the idea around herself, suggests it is run by a narcissist who is delusional and extremely ignorant.  But, I'm willing to be corrected if mistaken.  Breath may be dependent on the gender of the breather and would still suggest self-absorption and narcissism if claiming everyone's breath is a gift from the narcissist and holds the gender of the narcissist making false claims.  But, mammals breathe amniotic fluid as our first breaths of life in the womb.  And, amniotic fluid is often referred to as "water" or "waters".  Source:  And, traditionally philosophically and religiously, water is feminine.  But, you don't teach people to breathe amniotic fluid or water, it happens naturally and only under certain conditions.  So, the first breath of life is arguably breathing water.  But, at best you mislead and pervert all truths to sell bullshit when remotely examined from an informed position.  I'm happy to be corrected.  So, you are using brainwashing and causing changes to brain chemistry through forcing people to breathe differently which results in serious health risks that are the risks you claim to address with your lies from my perspective and any educated perspective.  Your activities have been shown in scientific studies to increase paranoia, risk of heart attack, anxiety, and more.  In addition, it has been shown it results in people feeling lightheaded and dizzy which means they are not getting the right balance and makes them suggestible to brainwashing and undue influence.

So, I may have more questions.  Should you have the confidence and ability to effectively address my concerns and answer my questions, I'll be happy to reconsider my current position and am always happy to be further enlightened.  But, you'll have to excuse any abrasiveness as from my perspective you are currently criminals who have harmed my friend by isolating, brainwashing, and defrauding him.  And, based on my own experiences as a victim, survivor, activist, and advocate, my perspective is quite informed with a solid foundation in fact and evidence.  So, while others, including you, may encourage everyone else suspend their honest reason and commitment to truth for the sake of benefiting your profit margins, I won't do that ever.  But, I will consider honest and supported statements with sources cited clearing up any misunderstanding or correcting me should I be in error.  I'm happy to apologize should that be the case.

I look forward to hearing from you and will be pleasantly surprised by any response.  But, as I believe you to be a fraud and narcissistic cult, my expectation is that you will remain silent and dismissive of valid and reasonable concerns raised about your "academy" or respond with your own questions to evade actually addressing my concerns.  Evading my concerns by going on the offensive to attack rather than address my concerns, will further reinforce my current understanding and position.  And, I'll give you until Friday, April 5th, 2019 at 4:30pm Pacific to respond before adding to our information page on your program that we sent you questions in the event we were mistaken and you failed to respond while including that based on our experience that suggests you are exactly what we understand you to be at this time.

I'll spend my life as I have helping to liberate people from exploitation by cults, frauds, and other criminals.  And, I hope to successfully liberate my friend too.


Angela Smith

HEAL National Coordinator/Co-Founder

PS  I like responses to be recorded.  So, e-mail is as good as phone since I record my calls.  But, if you state you don't want your responses posted or to be included at, I'll respect that request and keep our communications off the site.  Some people want it posted, some don't when offered this opportunity.  To encourage dialogue, I do respect such requests when expressly made."
Sacred Breath Academy's Response:



Now you are making inadvertent death threats in addition to stalking and harassing both [X] and our organization? We take this very seriously and have already contacted the authorities. 

Our lawyer will require your full legal name, copy of your driver's license or US passport and the name of the alleged "student" who has "contacted" you. Otherwise our lawyers will be getting your IP address and information from Amazon via the stalker packages you have been incessantly sending [X]. We take stalking very seriously and will pursue it to the full extent of the law if necessary.

Also, after inquiring on your further, I have came upon various literature that debunks your "organization" and deeply questions your mental health. Once such article may be found here:

An excerpt: 

HEAL’s espouses opinion and untruths about the personnel of therapeutic programs with no proof whatsoever. No one at HEAL is a trained therapist, psychologist or childcare expert. They have never set foot on the campus of nearly all of the programs they claim to have abused their residents. Their goal is to simply shut them all down … HEAL always assumes the worst, even when they can find nothing wrong with a program.

Sorry, but we do not in any way, shape or form comply with terrorism which is what you are: a mentally unstable terrorist. You are terrorizing our organization and many others with no grounds to do so.

We are currently having our lawyers and law enforcement review the thousands of emails and mail you have sent [X] along with a false report you made to the FBI regarding him. We see that you have a history of mental illness having attempted suicide as a teenager along with the nonsensical emails you have sent in shocking excess. Our lawyers are questioning your sanity and advising us to process with both legal action and a restraining order for cyber harassment and stalking. Your incessant mail and emails to [X] constitutes stalking and harassment under the law and now your subsequent harassment of and false claims regarding my organization does so as well. You are looking at severe legal penalties here. 

Additionally, you have obvious lies listed on your "website" regarding our organization.

The first is that you ask "our employees" to contact you if they have “endured mistreatment”. This is hilarious. We don't have any employees nor did we ever. False claim #1

Further, our website clearly states that it is for informational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, mitigate, treat or cure any disease or conditionYou suggest otherwise on your site. False claim #2

Also, for your information, no children are allowed to practice our form of breathwork. The child in Colorado was practicing Rebirthing Breathwork which is not even close to our method. Ours is very gentle and safe. We do not allow those under 18 to practice it. Further, the article said the child died via suffocation from excess pillows and negligence, not the actual breathwork, two very different things. We do not even use pillows. To poorly extrapolate as you are is like saying one person died in a plane crash in one isolated event via American Airlines so ALL airlines should be banned and grounded. Extremely erroneous logic there.

Next, you have no credentials to conduct an "investigation", especially via an unsecured website chock full of false information and fear-based assumptions. 

All of your false claims are grounds for immediate lawsuit.

If you cannot provide an actual student's name that "reported" us, then this is an immediate cease and desist notice for both [X] and Sacred Breath Academy to avoid further legal action and a subsequent restraining order. 

Finally, we hold genuine concern for your wellbeing and suggest you seek mental help immediately. 


Sacred Breath"

"On 4/27/2019 7:20 PM, Angela at HEAL wrote:

Dear Sacred Breath Academy,

HEAL has never threatened you with death.  But, we do believe you should go to prison for fraud and the basis for that is at  I've never stalked nor harassed [X].  But, [X/X] on youtube led me to believe you were harassing [X] and me and that's been shared with [X] extensively with all the evidence and he has permission from me to share that with you as well.  I've already reported you to the authorities.  And, I've heard nothing from any authority [sidebar: on my complaints I have and they are in progress, on any alleged complaints by the cult known as Sacred Breath Academy against me the answer is NO] and [X] has never asked I discontinue contact with him.  We've been friends for nearly 2 years.  So, if he didn't want me to be in touch with him, he'd let me know.  It's not unusual for cults to try to control contact between their recruits and the outside world.  So, I'm not surprised you are attempting to use intimidation rather than have an honest discussion where I've already documented everything and exercised due diligence to resolve any misunderstanding where you have not done anything of the kind.

Your lawyer can contact me directly.  Have them e-mail me a copy of a cease and desist letter.  I'll send all the documentation to him/her.  You can have them check our efforts at and see if you have a case or if it will be seen as a SLAPP suit in which case the attorney could get disbarred.  Your e-mail threatening such a suit is considered harassment legally if you have not contacted an attorney nor the authorities.  I provided a copy of my report to the authorities, where's yours?  See attachment.  I also gave [X] an opportunity to clear up the matter before involving the authorities.

That website is run by  David Bolthouse and he's associated with traffickers, drug dealers, and child torturers.  That truth with evidence cited is available at:  That page is our response to  So, you doubled down on supporting child traffickers while avoiding answering my questions and I'm supposed to believe you are honest and not harming [X].  Right.

I've never made a false report to law enforcement regarding [X].  Clearly, all of the concerns are justified, sources cited, and documented at  Someone can be kidnapped by fraud.  You are running a fraudulent program and that was confirmed by an agent with the FBI with whom we spoke in recent months specifically about your criminal enterprise.

You failed to answer any of our questions.  Instead, you decided to be hostile and accusatory without backing up your own claims.  And, the intro on the staff list is the same on all staff lists.  We use language such as "if you were harmed" and "may have witnessed" so it isn't a false claim.  It's suggesting that based on apparent fraud of your operation that other crimes may be occurring and that anyone injured report said crimes.  There's nothing actionable nor wrong with that language.  You can put in a small disclaimer, but, when in big print everywhere you say it does treat/prevent everything from anxiety to cancer, your disclaimer might not disclaim your legal liability where you have no qualifications to even claim to have an informed opinion on the results of the "breathwork".  Since there are no legitimate studies showing that your "breathwork" does anything to improve or treat any mental health or medical condition along with your approach to this conversation with me, your second claim is bullshit and no way any attorney would take you seriously.

If you are concerned, answer the questions.  And, you may have just given me the evidence I need to have you arrested myself as a direct victim as a result of your narcissism and unwillingness to have an open and honest discussion based on facts without quoting child traffickers as your source on HEAL being "bad guys". 

So, I love [X] and his family.  I don't like seeing them be victims of fraud and abuse.  And, HEAL doesn't base who we assist on class.  But, we're willing to look at facts and amend our site if you have any legitimate facts to provide rather than bullshit harassment.  If [X] wants me to stop contacting him, same with anyone else in his family, all they need do is say so directly to me.  As for you, the same goes for you.  I exercised due diligence in trying to get your side of things for months (sometimes through [X], and you directly) before publishing our concerns.  So, legally, I'm all good but you are not.

So, if you wish for me not to contact you again, just say so.  I'll alert all other HEAL volunteers that you are unreasonable, criminal, and narcissistic so there is no point trying to reason with you and we should just let law enforcement handle it from here.

Plus, [X] was notified I have PTSD and given a guide on how to assist in the event of a trigger storm.  Such a trigger storm happened over the last year as a result of harassment now believed to be attributed to [X/X] and many other fake accounts and names that appeared to reference Sacred Breath Academy at times and threats to [X] so I responded to protect him from the perceived threat while offering him multiple opportunities to help figure out where the threat was coming from to deescalate the trauma response and any fears for his safety.  So, in investigating I learned more about Sacred Breath Academy, concluded it was a scam/cult, and figured you were part of the "anonymous" harassers hacking, spoofing, and targeting me via e-mail and social media dating back to November, 2017 if talking [X] and that was a direct response to my just complimenting [X] once on Facebook.  I left Facebook as a result of that harassment and filed a complaint as well.  [X] is also aware of all of that or had the opportunity to know it as a result of the e-mail updates I sent to keep him in the loop and provide ample opportunity for clarification and understanding.

So, I'm reasonable and transparent.  I've fully disclosed the entirety of all issues involved to [X] and since we are friends I appreciate his discretion if he hasn't shared all of it with you.  But, if he has, dare you to use all of it against me including the shit from child traffickers like David Bolthouse/Abundant Life Academy.  Abundant Life Academy shut down by Mexican authorities for human rights violations.  Abundant Life Academy shut down by state of Utah and prosecuted in Nevada for child endangerment.  Abundant Life Academy moved to Virginia and was shut down after Fox News reported a child was mercilessly beaten by three program directors for not conforming.  So, go ahead and use that as your evidence against HEAL and great job just now confirming the type of person you are and why there is good reason to fear for [X]'s safety.


Angela Smith

HEAL National Coordinator/Co-Founder

(877)845-3232 xt. 801  (I RECORD ALL CALLS)"

The above e-mailed questions and exchange should be simple enough to respond to by any legitimate business, right?  So, again, confirms or reinforces HEAL's position that it is a fraudulent cult/scam based on all available evidence and an apparent desire of Sacred Breath Academy to further self-incriminate.  Some people, including Sean Stone, have reported publicly to being harassed by phone and online by "anonymous"/"illuminati" types.  Whether or not Sean Stone is credible or you believe "gang stalking" by cults is real or "imagined", HEAL has proof we were hacked and reported all of it.  Now, HEAL isn't claiming the harassment we're experiencing is the "CIA" or "Illuminati".  We're claiming it is traffickers, scammers, frauds, and cults like Sacred Breath Academy with evidence to back it up.  In addition, we'd like to add that correlation doesn't equate to causation and understand that since HEAL is an activist organization covering controversial issues that there are many who may appear to be associated and working in a joint effort to harass while it may just be a few bad apples with some tech skills that want to seem like a gang of criminals with lots of power to make threats but are just cowardly lying criminals who use remote intimidation tactics to silence whistleblowers.  Check out the blog article here for more on the harassment we've experienced and understand we've reported it to law enforcement.  And, for some of the evidence of the hacking and harassment HEAL HQ and Angela smith have been experiencing besides the e-mail exchange above, see:

Garden Island Paper shares "I came to (Source of quoted text here: The Garden Island newspaper) to inform people of my situation that I am in so as to help me and others. It’s called “human trafficking” and/or “gang stalking. It is a billion-dollar industry that targets people for various reasons; mostly for criminals to make money off your life in any way “they” can...The criminals make the victim look like they are crazy, on drugs, paranoid, or anything they can so you won’t believe them or help them. That’s how they are a billion-dollar industry; excellent at deception and at making the victim look guilty of something...I have excellent karma or I wouldn’t keep rising above the terroristic, cultist tactics being used against me. They have destroyed my career of 17 years operating heavy equipment, destroyed my 18 years partnership with my friend and wife."    More sources on "cult harassment of non-followers": and   Now, for examples of Sean Stone conveying information on harassment he's experienced and his fear of the "Illuminati", see:

Is it possible that Sean Stone has been brainwashed?  See, for someone who claims to have been targeted by elite cults and wary of such things to forget a lot of that and pretend it doesn't happen after being recruited by Sacred Breath Academy which by all appearances and available facts appears to itself be a cult/scam targeting elites, one who enjoys or cares about him might take action to protect him.  But, that's only if we find him remotely credible.  How credible do you find Sean Stone?  HEAL sees him as a victim of fraud, undue influence, and coercive thought reform by Sacred Breath Academy who likely used his fear and isolation as a result of paranoia about the "Illuminati" to indoctrinate him and further manipulate and exploit him.  But, often victims of cults don't realize they've been victimized until free from the cult's influence.  That is covered in the "Watching the Hawks" episode near the bottom of this page.

Sacred Breath Academy website print which shows they falsely claim to offer certifications, medical, and mental health services without any license to practice in those fields and no business license either.  Not in California, New York, North Carolina, Arizona, or any state we checked and we checked most of them.  They claim to operate in California, New York, and North Carolina mostly in the US.  So, not licensed where operating and operating without any licensing offering mental health or medical services is definitively fraud.  We've reported the fraud to law enforcement and hope they shut this down as we've given all the evidence needed for a conviction as part of our investigation.

Now, on their website (print version above so you don't have to risk malware by visiting their site you will see they claim to use the trademarked "Sacred Breath Method™" which has never been trademarked in the US according to TESS and the complete record of all Trademarks in the US that include the word "Sacred" are in this record.  Now, there was one DEAD trademark registered in Michigan as "Sacred Breathwork" claiming it was a psychospiritual practice or therapy.  And, that was registered to a Charles Smith in Michigan. 

They are not an accredited academic program or school so their "certifications" are completely worthless and invalid.  Source: 

As stated above they are not a licensed business in any state we checked and hold no professional licenses.  For our records, click here with sources cited.

This is the biggest scam and fraud HEAL's ever investigated.  We've never before seen a cult or program operating completely illegally even on the surface to the extent we've found with Sacred Breath Academy. 

If you need further evidence of the falsity of Sacred Breath Academy's claims regarding benefits of treatment/service in treating everything from anxiety to cancer, here's more:

They also claim air/breath is divine and feminine and use a lot of bizarre lingo.  They claim to offer training and certification with no accreditation, licensing, or professional qualifications. And, in checking out "breathwork" as a cure for cancer or their claims, we found the claims were patently false.  Here are some sources on that:  Sacred Breath Academy cites Otto Warburg out of context to claim it treats/prevents cancer.  You'll see they do that a lot. Misrepresentation, fraud, etc...

In addition, there has been one study done on "breathwork" showing that it increases "paranoid ideation".  Source:  And, that it was only intended to be used by licensed psychologists/therapist in conjunction with other therapy.  But, given that it results in "paranoid ideation", it is doubtful any legitimate therapists would use the technique.  ("Outcome Measures....Changes in temperament were followed by changes in paranoid ideation scale, indicating a wary phase... Results...Temperament changes were followed by an increase in paranoid ideation...For the All-HB group, the temperament changes were followed by an increase in paranoid ideation."  Source: NIH article linked above.)

The NIH study describes "breathwork" as involving hyperventilation which has the following adverse health effects: "Hyperventilation: Symptoms, Causes, Treatment, Emergencies You may not always be aware that you’re overbreathing. But signs may include: Shortness of breath, or feeling that you can’t get enough air A faster than normal heartbeat Feeling faint, dizzy, or lightheaded Pain or tightness in your chest Frequent yawn or sighs A numb, tingly feeling in your hands or feet."  Source:  Additional sources state the following risks:  "Although hyperventilation syndrome may seem very similar to panic attacks, the two disorders are different. People with panic disorder often have emotional complaints (for example, fear of death or closed-in spaces) that accompany attacks. If a person has hyperventilation syndrome, however, he or she will have certain symptoms without these emotional complaints (although the person still may be anxious)...In very rare cases, people who hyperventilate can have low carbon dioxide blood levels that can cause a spasm of the blood vessels that supply the heart. If a person already has heart disease, this spasm may be enough to cause a heart attack."  So, we see here that Sacred Breath Academy's claims that "breathwork" reduce anxiety and prevent heart disease are patently false as the practice results in anxiety and sometimes causes heart attacks.  Source: 

So, while everyone can be susceptible to deceptive marketing and cult recruitment depending on various stresses, vulnerabilities, and the soothsaying of the charlatans running such scams, it is important to always exercise due diligence and make sure you and your loved ones are protected by virtue of your diligence.

In the meantime, please join in encouraging the FBI to step up shutting down this obvious fraud since the report was made December 29th, 2018 and they are still open and defrauding people while putting public health and safety at risk.  We understand the shut down caused some delays and respect the government needs to prioritize greatest threat so may not shut this one or others on our watch list down before you become a victim.  That's why as consumer advocates we have created the website and articles like this to assist in protecting the public by sharing honest information with sources cited to assist those who might otherwise fail to exercise the due diligence themselves to determine if they are about to be victim of a scam or cult.

In addition, Rebirthing/Breathwork has resulted in the death of children and has been banned in Colorado.  Source:  Also see:

"This bizarre and deadly practice was invented by a man named Leonard Orr who has no background in medicine or psychology. An advocate of the New Thought movement, he was one of the early proponents of “prosperity consciousness,” a belief that one can attract wealth just by opening the mind to the idea of it. A believer in physical immortality, he claims to have come up with a lot of his “revelations” in the bathtub (I’m not kidding). In 1974, he began suspending friends in a redwood hot tub with snorkels and nose plugs where they claimed to have experienced their birth. Orr and his friends began offering this “therapy” to others and, believe it or not, it caught on... Sadly, Orr is still practicing this dangerous therapy via his Rebirthing-Breathwork International business, and many other therapists offer it as well. As Singer states, there is “no scientifically established or objective clinical evidence” showing that rebirthing does anything beneficial."  Source:

Is it a cult in addition to a scam?  "Leonard [Orr] then ranted, babbled, stated that he had invented fire meditation and that if he had not, he surely would have killed a client by now, as they were so annoying. Another incident, a young man had travelled from Sweden to meet the great Leonard Orr. He arrived, as he walked up to the porch where Leonard was relaxing, Leonard asked him......."How much money have you brought me?"."    See:,5918,5935  

In addition, "The Sacred Breath Luminous Apothecary" aka "Luminous Apothecary" is not a licensed retailer nor pharmacy.  But, Sacred Breath is operating that illegally from all appearances.  Are you surprised?


Reality in Indonesia:

Human trafficking and modern slavery are a serious problem in Indonesia:

"Exercise increased caution in Indonesia due to terrorism and natural disasters. Some areas have increased risk. Read the entire Travel Advisory... Shootings continue to occur in the area between Timika and Grasberg in Papua. In Central Sulawesi and Papua, violent demonstrations and conflict could result in injury or death to U.S. citizens. Avoid demonstrations and crowds.  The U.S. government has limited ability to provide emergency services to U.S. citizens in Central Sulawesi and Papua as U.S. government employees must obtain special authorization before traveling to those areas."  Source:

"Drink-spiking and subsequent robberies – often conducted either by females in hotel rooms or male companions en route to hotels – are also occasionally reported, though there were no such reports involving U.S. Embassy personnel in 2017...Organized crime remains a problem and has not been effectively addressed, though it tends not to affect expatriates. Illegal logging/fishing, human trafficking/prostitution, the sale of illicit/counterfeit drugs, and extensive corruption continue as well. In some instances, the prosecution of individuals accused of these crimes is unsuccessful because of payoffs and/or bribes to corrupt government officials, including judges." Source:

So, if that sounds like a relaxing getaway to you, understand it would be safer and less expensive to just take a trip to Indonesia without the conversion therapy by this cult/scam.  If you still need more information on why it is ill-advised to involve yourself with Sacred Breath Academy or any program on the HEAL watch-list, please continue reading this page to it's conclusion and scroll on.

Not totally unsurprising, this scam/fraud/cult is endorsed by Deepak Chopra.  Think you should trust him too?  You are wrong.  Check these articles for more info:

"Billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein may have stopped trumpeting his million-dollar donations to charities in light of accusations he molested dozens of underage girls. But he continues to quietly distribute his wealth—including to the nonprofits of Deepak Chopra, Elton John and a doctor linked to President Trump—through a shadowy private foundation called “Gratitude America, Ltd.,” The Daily Beast has learned."  Source:

"We asked Deepak Chopra, the guru of sayings that mean nothing, to fact-check his own tweets"

"Deepak Chopra Is Selling $350 Meditation Glasses. Deepak Chopra Is A Fraud" 

"I was a self-help guru. Here’s why you shouldn’t listen to people like me. I learned the hard way that the people trying to solve your problems often need help the most...Deepak Chopra is a fraud..."

"DiMare, the paper reported, represented La Jolla New Age guru Deepak Chopra in a series of lawsuits that ended up in front of McConnell; his attorneys later alleged that McConnell and other members of the local bench had ruled against them..."  Source: 

"In January 2000 a San Diego Superior Court jury unanimously found against Deepak Chopra regarding blackmail claims made within a lawsuit filed by the New Age guru. Chopra claimed that a former employee wanted $50,000 to keep quite about allegations that he had sex with a prostitute."  Source: 

"Because of his New Age, pseudosciencey beliefs, Chopra routinely gets in online arguments with scientists and skeptics, defending his numerous personal convictions -- such as the belief that people can enter a state of "perfect health" which would prevent them from dying. Now, this is clearly nonsense, and Chopra isn't doing the world any favors by trying to convince vulnerable people that this is true."  Source:

[Click all hyperlinked text for documentation of statements, multiple hypertext means multiple documents supporting the statement of the sentence.]  Chopra was director of the Maharishi Ayurveda (in some cases spelled Ayur-Veda) Health Center beginning in 1985 operating in Lancaster, MA.  That health center had its licenses involuntarily revoked by the state of MA in 2012.  The center was completely dissolved into nothing in MA.  In 2011, Deepak Chopra received cash in what could be seen as a moneylaundering scheme from Ms. Hillyer who had embezzled the funds illegally.  Additional court cases and public records include allegations of fraud against Chopra.  In a 1995 case, a woman tried to claim medical services provided supposedly by Deepak Chopra in Palm Beach, FL (where he has never been licensed to practice, source: were tax-deductible likely as a result of false claims by Chopra that such services were tax-deductible (this is common with this type of alleged fraud), but, the tax courts denied the deductibility.  In 2013, Chopra was referenced in a lawsuit against Trivedi by a woman who claimed sexual harassment and abuse.  In 2007, the Deepak Chopra Private Foundation voluntarily dissolved in California.  But, likely as a result of continued propaganda promoting this guru where investigative reporting exposing his alleged crimes, fraud, and malpractice would be more appropriate for anyone remotely committed to honest reporting and the TRUTH.  In 2014, Chopra Foundation formerly operating in Iowa merged with CF Merger Corporation in California in order to disappear the Iowa foundation into the new entity.  Then he changed names again in California to Chopra Foundation.  And, to avoid any accountability makes general statements about promoting world peace while claiming to be a non-profit and engaging in research or experimentation on those who pay for services or donate.  HEAL does not support the experimentation on nor brainwashing of subjects for any studies, particularly where the victims/subjects are not providing fully informed consent and advised of all risks and benefits involved in participation of such a study.  And, that's where we tend to draw the line with this shit. 

Deepak Chopra reportedly earned his doctorate in 1969 at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences which was given a global score of 37.8 out of a possible 100 by US News, which by all reasonable accounts is a failing grade.  A failing grade in the US is anything less than 60% in most jurisdictions/districts making 37.8% failing miserably.  And, even worse, Chopra earned at best a cumulative GPA of 0.56 (Princeton GPA Scale) and at worst a cumulative 0.0 at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences.  This was calculated by adding up his grades on his transcripts (transcript 1, transcript 2, transcript 3, registration).  Transcript #1: Final Score of 663/1000 or 66.3%.  Transcript #2: 595.25/950 or 62.65%  Transcript #3: 895/1500 or 59.6%.  That gives an average of 62.8% which is considered failing by US standards when calculating grade point average (GPA).  In addition, in California, to pass the bar exam for lawyers you have to get a minimum of 70% for professional licensing so either a double standard on qualifications for professional licensing in California or he should have never been licensed.  And, that also means by US standards he failed two out of three years of medical school with at best a 1.0 for the 66.3% term.  In addition, if you check the registration, he enrolled with a "certificate" for alleged undergraduate work without presenting any grades/transcript at the age of 16 when he entered "medical school".  So, likely not the brightest among us who trust his recommendations all things considered.

In addition, this all relates to HEAL's primary campaign to stop child trafficking and institutionalized child abuse.  Deepak Chopra works with Stephen Covey. Source:  Stephen Covey is partners with Hyrum W. Smith who owns the property where Eagle Ranch Academy operates and is business partners with the co-founder of WWASPS as well.  You can find all of that explained in detail at  In the 2014 stand off between pro-slavery advocate Cliven Bundy and the FBI, Robert "LaVoy" Finicum, brother to Guy Finicum of Re-Creation Retreat also on the HEAL watch-list and reportedly co-founded by Daniel Taylor formerly with Cross Creek (a WWASPS program), was killed in the shoot out while actively engaged in combat against federal authorities.

Good people don't promote Deepak Chopra unless suffering undue influence.  So, if you know anyone who is promoting or falling for his bullshit or that of Sacred Breath Academy, please do everything in your power to inform them of the danger and let them know they are risking their own health, wellness, and reputation by continuing to associate with such criminals.  Sometimes the Hollywood bubble is difficult to transcend to reach the Truth, but, if we all work together maybe we can let those wonderful people we often admire or care for know that they are not immune to fraud and crime and their promotion of it, even ignorantly, creates an unnecessary public threat.  The screenshot below is intended to bridge the gap between modern human trafficking and the history of slavery.  It has not been verified whether or not Stephen Covey is in fact a descendant of the Covey referenced in the screenshot.  And, no connection other than name should be implied unless otherwise stated.

How does this all relate to RAND Corporation?  Well, Deepak Chopra's marketing influence may be by RAND Corporation design.  And, why should that bother you?

Rolling Stone Magazine reported: "The top staff is always a good test of a candidate’s real political practice, a foreshadowing of the administration. Richard Maullin, for example, is not a nice guy. He raises the money and is one of the two or three aides deeply into strategies and tactics. He had met Jerry in Latin America during the Sixties, where Richard was analyzing political developments for the Rand Corporation. As the Cold War recedes many of the Rand analysts have come home to use their management techniques on the political system here, particularly on “the urban problem.” He worked on Tom Bradley’s mayoral campaign in 1973 and before that a bit for Robert Kennedy and Edmund Muskie. He loves charts, statistics, demographic information. In the electronic age, he once wrote for Rand, the role of masses in elections will be a “programmed response to a previously selected alternative . . . To use electronic media well requires ‘market research’ into habits, desires and tastes of the target audiences,” and success will depend on “the level of analytic competence in utilizing the electronic media of mass communication.”"  Source:

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So, if you are familiar with history and issues surrounding the manipulation of the public through undue influence and marketing applied to every area of public life intended to deceive and control rather than enlighten and liberate the public, you understand why all of the associations and information provided in this writing should be cause for concern and assist you with exercising critical thinking and honest reason to arrive as close to the objective truth as possible so you can better protect yourself as a citizen, voter, and consumer.  Want to be more disturbed?  Visit and search for what candidates are sponsored by RAND Corp which receives most of its funding from tax dollars.  If you don't take issue with that, you are unAmerican. 

To understand better the connections between RAND Corporation, Tavistock, and Machiavellian interference in the United States through behavior modification, you may wish to read the content found through hypertext on this page and in this sentence along with the following:

1. (pages 6-13, specifically)

2. ( pages 142-156 specifically)

3.  After reviewing those materials, take a look at and understand why our public information campaign is true and something we can either acknowledge and address or ignore at own peril or that of loved ones, neighbors, and fellow citizens.  All sources cited, including many government documents and reliable private and public sources.

Angela Smith of HEAL reports, "Someone I care about very much is a victim of this particular scam/cult which is why I feel it is particularly urgent to rescue them and shut the operation down.  But, again, I understand while I see it as an emergency that relatively speaking focusing on stopping terrorists with a greater number of recruits than SBA currently has (though numbers are growing) takes priority.  Is fraud a form of economic terrorism?  You decide."
Below are screenshots from showing Kaya's first impression of Sacred Breath Academy/

As a result of informed or individuals practicing honest reasoning spotting scams at first glance, HEAL is concerned that if you are unable to do so and are considering placing a loved one in a program/cult that you may be too incompetent yourself to make any such decisions for anyone which may make our volunteers find being patient with you at times difficult and if you are particularly narcissistic or stupid this may make our interactions more unpleasant than would otherwise be the case.  But, for those who have been unduly influenced by false advertising, slick salespeople, and promises that all your problems will be solved if you sign an agreement you don't read and pay a lot of money who find that too tempting, even if all lies, due to feeling vulnerable, overworked, and overwhelmed, we're here to help educate you and inform you that anyone offering to solve all or most of your major issues for cash while pressuring you not to question their methods or read the contracts as they manipulate and exploit you for money and free promotion of their bullshit, is not someone with whom you should do business nor trust your private information because such tactics are used by criminals and not those with any legitimate services to offer regardless of what you may hear from those already misled or profiting themselves off of mutual referrals which at this time is now criminal and against federal and many state laws.  So, if someone recommended a cult/scam to you, even a celebrity like Dr. Phil (not licensed to practice) who was sued for it but continues to recommend these places/cults anyway, it is best to think for yourself and not believe the hype.  And, now you should also report any such celebrities or referrers to the FBI for violating federal kickback laws and/or state law enforcement where exchanges in kind are understood to be considered compensation for such referrals and illegal.  So, if you have evidence of it, turn them in immediately and you can sometimes gather all the evidence for probable cause for such an investigation by doing a little research since they brazenly break laws on tv, online, and in your face knowing most people won't take the time to bother with reporting to law enforcement, filing suit, or even filing consumer complaints with Attorney General's office(s).  Such reporting resources can be found at  And, the reason these criminals are still operating is as a result of many victims being too intimidated to report in a timely fashion or they feel since they now know and are out of it they prefer to "move on" rather then do anything remotely responsible that requires any time or effort on their part to make sure they get justice and other people don't fall victim to the same or similar crime/criminals.  So, don't blame law enforcement or regulation unless they actually fail to do their jobs after you've effectively done your civic duty.  And, if you've been a victim of undue influence and brainwashing, we have compassion for you and hope even when we may be unpleasant in tone or language that it helps with your deprogramming needs.  We are survivors and consumer advocates, not mental health nor medical professionals.  But, our team is made up of people of good faith, ecumenical, and politically diverse.  Don't blame victims and make sure anyone making recommendations is getting paid and not just an active victim of the cult/scam before jumping to conclusions regarding guilt or innocence.  Dr. Phil* is definitely in on it.


"Dr. Phil McGraw is not a licensed professional.  His license was revoked in TX after he had inappropriate relations with a 19 year old patient in his care.  He refused to take an ethics course or do any of the requirements for his reinstatement.  Source:

In fall of 2004, Angela Smith of HEAL was notified that Dr. Phil McGraw was recommending Provo Canyon School on his program.  She is a victim of Provo Canyon and was tortured at that facility.  She and other victims of Provo Canyon wrote the show, called the show, and the production company in charge of the show (HARPO Productions, Oprah Winfrey's company) with great concern and alarm.  We received no response. Parents tried posting about their family experiences on Dr. Phil's message board on his own website and none of the posts were ever made public.  Only positive statements about the programs he recommended were allowed or permitted on his message boards.  After getting stone-walled, we contacted the National Enquirer hoping to shame Dr. Phil into stopping his recommendations of abusive facilities, including Provo Canyon.  They ran the story in January, 2005, here is that link:

Even after all of that, Dr. Phil continues to recommend Aspen Education Group and other abusive programs through his show.  Oprah owns her own abusive programs and she recommends these facilities as well.  That's Dr. Phil's boss.  We set up action alerts to tell Dr. Phil to stop and all of our efforts were ignored.  But, considering the type of man Dr. Phil is, it isn't surprising.  Deaths at multiple Aspen programs.  Forcing girls to give lap dances at Mount Bachelor Academy (now closed), an Aspen facility in Oregon.  Dr. Phil only cares about money and doesn't give a hoot about ethics, morality, or justice.  Since that time, HEAL has had an ongoing action alert to boycott Dr. Phil. In January of 2013, Jodi Hobbs of SIA and Nick Gaglia appeared on the Dr. Phil Show to discuss institutional abuse.  Source:

We begged them not to do it because it would only become a comparison to say these old now closed programs were awful and not something Dr. Phil would recommend while he continues selling equally abusive programs to his audience, programs that include where Angela Smith and other HEAL coordinators were abused. In January of 2014, parents and victims filed suit against Dr. Phil and programs he had recommended claiming he had exploited their families and sent their children into harm's way.  That case is linked above and one in which we assisted the lawyer and the families. But, it is clear that Nick and Jodi were unable to persuade Dr. Phil in 2013 to stop doing it and stop placing kids.  And, media shaming and lawsuits haven't stopped him either. To this day, February 25th, 2017, Dr. Phil continues to promote Aspen Education Group on his website:

The action alert regarding HEAL's ongoing boycott of Dr. Phil is available on our site at (Scroll to bottom of action alerts) or see a copy of the alert directly below:

"BOYCOTT DR. PHIL BECAUSE HE CONTINUES TO REFER AND ENROLL "GUESTS" INTO ABUSIVE PROGRAMS!! -- On Monday, September 27th, 2010 (Troubled Teens Update--Episode Title).  In 2003, Dr. Phil was profiling a family with a 12 year old girl with Reactive Attachment Disorder. At the end of the segment, Dr. Phil announced that he was sending the girl to Provo Canyon. In his words Provo Canyon "has a proven track record of helping young people." The parents, of course, were clueless, and agreed to this immediately. We need to flood the Dr. Phil show with letters, faxes and emails. Dr. Phil has repeatedly referred children to abusive programs.  The Dr. Phil website still refers to Copper Canyon Academy (Aspen Education Group) and Provo Canyon School as of December 28th, 2009!  And, as recently as September 27th, 2010 he referred to Academy at Swift River, another Aspen Education Group program.  Send an e-mail by visiting: or snail-mail him at: Dr. Phil Show, 5482 Wilshire Boulevard #1902, Los Angeles, CA 90036.  Don't watch or support Dr. Phil and his child-abuse-profiteering."

The alert was created in 2010, but, it is an ongoing boycott because of Dr. Phil's ongoing recommendation of abusive facilities."

The entirety of the body of this added note in quotes above was written February 25th, 2017 but still applies.
The above episode of "Watching the Hawks" exposes additional information and warns about cults that isolate victims or tell them to reject their friends and family who don't adhere to the cult's practices or beliefs and George Orwell's reported warning that profiteers and charlatans will start cults for cash.  That portion of the episode begins at around 14m:55s into the episode.
"Trafficking can occur in many licit and illicit industries or markets, including in brothels, massage parlors, street prostitution, hotel services, hospitality, agriculture, manufacturing, janitorial services, construction, health and elder care, and domestic service." (From "...Addressing Human Trafficking of Children and Youth in the United States" report at:  If you oppose human trafficking and don't want your children or loved ones trafficked for sex or labor, don't entrust their care to out-of-home placements and be careful not to let traffickers provide in-home care or services.

 *(Sacred Breath Academy, like many other programs in this industry, keeps a "tight lid" on any specific information regarding their staff, qualifications, and practices.  Please contact us with the names of any staff of which you have firsthand knowledge or experience.  Thank you for your help.)


Last Updated: May 23rd, 2019

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