George Walter Chyz

Bio

George Walter Chyz has been following his inner guidance throughout his life. He received a master of science in mechanical engineering degree from MIT in 1985. Through vision quests he tapped into his soul and uncovered a novel three part "Triality" of human consciousness that opens the door to a deeper understanding of intuition, and the divine soul that resides in the human heart.

After bicycling around the USA for three years George moved to Maui, Hawaii. There he explored alternative living close to nature while designing and building unique structures that fit the landscape and local weather conditions. His designs merged simple yet practical structures with the mild climate to create an indoor/outdoor experience.

His adventures led him to discover how opening and following his heart and opening to love are the keys to happiness and genius. Then having lived the way of the heart, he eventually sat down to share what he had discovered.

 

After 17 years of writing essays, booklets, and finally his well-documented book, "The Magnificent Soul", George has brought forth a landmark work that may influence the way humanity views the world and the human soul.

 

With a background of science, and a life filled with intuitive experiences, George has bridged the spiritual and scientific worlds in a new and fascinating way that turns reality right side up by placing consciousness at the foundation of the universe.

To provide sanctuaries for open-hearted people to escape the madness of the world to live in harmony George was guided to provide the Soul Covenant Organization. While the world continues to grow more divisive, violent, and extreme, this organization hopes to establish sanctuaries that will provide safe havens for people to follow the way of the heart with kindred souls.

If you have land to donate for use as a sanctuary for open-hearted people please visit the donation page.

"The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift."

Albert Einstein (1879-1959) theoretical physicist

©2018 by George Walter Chyz