TSG Center for Spiritual Development


“Like the beauty of a physical building that is designed by principles to nurture health, respect for its environment, longevity, and a source of peace and joy, building the inner life of a human being is designed to produce similar outcomes – if it is built utilizing similar principles.”

Gita Saraydarian, President, TSG Center

The TSG Center for Spiritual Development is built on principles to uniquely meet the needs of today’s world. And that challenge of doing so is what we call the living building challenge for each of us. It is the building of spiritual resilience.

What is spiritual resilience? Spiritual resilience is building and harnessing inner resources to experience our progressive capacity for meaningfulness, hope and abundance. The expression of resilience is our creative abilities utilized serving others in daily life.

The TSG Center for Spiritual Development facilitates a pioneering system of wisdom trainings built on principles of living ethics and goodwill. These trainings point to what is possible for the experience of becoming wiser, kinder, and unlocking a new capacity for mental and social resilience.

To receive a Grand Opening invitation and tour of the property, email your contact information to:


2 thoughts on “TSG Center for Spiritual Development

  1. Mark Singer

    Dear Gica; I live about 2 miles or less from the Center. It looks like a beautiful project and we hope that everything turns out perfect with your center. My wife, Kim and I studied with Dr. Hawkins in Sedona for over10 years. We also spent time with the Dali Lama in Tucson in 1993 and 2005, attending both his conferences. The purpose of my email is to let you know that we are putting our library of over 7,000 volumes of rare books up for sale by the end of the year. We are running out of space in our home. We also have beautiful Thanka’s and several bronze statutes and other art from China and Tibet available for sale. If you would like any information on what we are offering you may contact me at 602-818-8838 or giza@cox.net. God Bless, and we hope to hear from you soon. Mark Singer and Kim Bongiorno


    1. Thank you so much for your email and your offer of beautiful books and art work. We will not know how much room we have for our library until we move next year, hopefully by May/June. Let me have a conversation with our staff and see how to respond to your generous offer. With appreciation, Gita


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