We are living in the most trying of times – where conflict, pain and divisiveness abounds, and so many of our issues, individually and collectively, are at the surface and raw.




“Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing there is a field. I’ll meet you there. When the soul lies down in that grass the world is too full to talk about.”

Souls Enterprise will be presenting The Non-linear Process, our unique synthesis and contribution to the healing world.  After 30 combined years of working with people, while continuously refining ourselves, now is the time for shifting out of old paradigms by utilizing the tools available to us. We will be weaving together many of the highest and best practices available, including Somatic Experiencing, Family Constellations, Shamanic Practices, Conscious Uncoupling, Non-Violent Communication, and more.

Prepare yourself to find, explore, and reside in what is beyond our stories. Outside of that which hurt us so. Our patterns can be re-written. The future can be bright and promising, with competent help and hard work.


Freedom is ours for the unfolding.

Your Facilitators


Swami Gyanmitra Prem Prasad has devoted his life to exploring, mastering, and sharing modalities of healing, attainment and liberation. Gyanmitra (“wise friend”) is a name bestowed by an ancient Indian Rishi (Agasthiya), and Prem Prasad (“loving gift of the master”) is from his gurus, Osho and Swami Premodaya. When not occupied as Spiritual Director of ICODA (International Centers of Divine Awakening), you’ll find him rock climbing, mountain biking, or planning his next mountaineering expedition (sights on Vinson Massif, which would fulfill his bucket list item of visiting all 7 continents).

In addition to his multi-decade apprenticeship with Swami Premodaya since 2003, Prasad is/has been mentored by Mariana Caplan, Gage Gorman, and Sri Allen Feldman. His certifications include Breathwork, Gottman Method, and NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming).

Furthermore, his work is influenced by deep immersions in Christianity, Buddhism, 12 steps, Psychotherapy (emphasizing transpersonal, trauma release [somatic and EMDR], and Enneagram), Constellation Healing, Psychedelics, Scientological Auditing, Shamanism, Hinduism (Advaita Vedanta, Neo-Tantra, Yogas, Sai Shakti healing), Men’s Work, Nonviolent Communication, Conscious Uncoupling, and PACT couples work.

Swami Gyanmitra Prem Prasad has been called a cosmic cowboy, a master life coach, a guide, a devotee, a friend, an enemy, a teacher, a student. He prefers to be called a journeyman.


Ma Yog Karuna = Osho sannyasin name meaning Mother Unity of Compassion in Tibetan
Dera = Premodaya discipleship name meaning Destiny in an African dialect

KarunaDera specializes in helping spiritual women and sexual abuse survivors thrive with unshakeable confidence by connecting fully with the body, reclaiming the mind, and activating the light of the spirit.

Affectionately known as “la KuranDera” (healer) or “KD” for short, she was born in Mexico City and migrated to Southern California at age four. Her first memories are scenes of abuse and dysfunction weaved in with a lively and rich cultural heritage of devotion, connection, musica y mole!

KarunaDera began her search for meaning and God-dess at the early age of fifteen, when a native medicine man crashed into her dream world. At twenty-one, she hit rock bottom when she was arrested for drinking and driving. Realizing that transgenerational trauma and familial patterns were blocking her from experiencing what she really wanted in life, Karuna invested in therapy, coaching and grounded herself deep in spirituality.

She graduated from the University of Michigan with a Psychology degree in 2006 and led crisis intervention teams to help underserved communities throughout Los Angeles County for over five years. Karuna also studied with a myriad of world-renowned authors and speakers, including Bob Proctor and Reverend Michael Bernard Beckwith. Karuna has spent over a decade immersed in research and healing, including apprenticeships in communes, ashrams and global communities with a spiritual foundation and focus on freedom.

“In just one meeting, I feel like I found my [spiritual] home. I can’t believe how much I can share with everyone here! I really miss you when I don’t attend.” ~ Anna, UK