Lisa Garmon’s trailblazing book invites us to actively imagine and co-create – with Spirit - a world where racism, sexism, ageism, and climate crises are gone for good. You will be inspired, nourished, and immensely cheered by Garmon’s bold, brave, and wise-hearted solutions.

A life-changing
Book by
Lisa Garmon


The Garmon Foundation


We invite your contributions to The Garmon Foundation.


The Garmon Foundation, a 501c3 non-for-profit organization, is dedicated to recognizing and initiating the use of “Soft Technology” to bring about the changes required to ensure liberty, justice, and habitable, sustainable life on earth.


Lisa Garmon’s “Soft Technology” is comprised of practicing unconditional love, holding strong magnetic intentions, skillfully using the immense power of our imagination, all while connecting to Spirit/Infinite Intelligence.  We will begin by refreezing the tundra and this work will be ongoing until hard technology that hugely lowers emissions is accomplished, succeeds, and the planet is saved. 


Our Foundation’s work to refreeze the tundra will be achieved with what author and teacher, Lynne McTaggart, has called, a “Vortex of Love” - a small group of individuals who are adept in the practice of holding strong intentions.  


Our Foundation will enlist and generously compensate seven individuals as our Vortex of Love to surround Lisa Garmon and work with her to refreeze the tundra using her proprietary “Soft Technology”.  Learn more about this vanguard technology in Chapter 25 of Lisa Garmon’s book: LOVE MORE Let’s End Racism, Sexism, Ageism Now!  


The Garmon Foundation is currently planning to establish a Black Lives Matter Museum to honor Arthur Ben Garmon, a white man in Huntsville, Alabama, who created the first substantial vocational school in the deep South in the late 60’s that taught Black youths a trade.  Prior to Garmon’s opening this school, Black youth were only allowed to lift heavy weights or work in white people’s homes and yards.  Through Arthur Ben Garmon’s Huntsville Center – Technology, Black youth were taught how to be mechanics, electricians, plumbers, office workers, and apprentice themselves to trades.  Arthur Ben Garmon changed people’s lives; read about this great, compassionate man in Chapter 4 of LOVE MORE Let’s End Racism, Sexism, Ageism Now!


You may earmark your contribution to a particular goal you are drawn to support or opt to sustain our efforts to recognize and initiate the use of Soft Technology to bring about the changes required to ensure liberty, justice, and habitable, sustainable life on Earth.  


As Spirit evolves the purpose of this foundation, we will embark on additional projects. 

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This book is about transformation, transforming ourselves, our society and even our environment. We do this by using our spiritual senses, imagination, intuition, perception, will, memory.

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My Story

Lisa Garmon, a spiritual thought leader, cultural transformer, and author, holds an undergraduate degree in English and Biology, and a master’s degree in Teaching (MAT) from Simmons College. A retired Wholistic Health Educator and Sex Educator, Lisa currently teaches nutrition and thought healing. 

Married to the same man for over fifty years, mother of two grown children and grandmother of two grandchildren, Lisa has been on a spiritual journey since age five when she first desired to be close to God. At age six, she spent an entire day silently visiting God. She sat on a rock in the sunshine looking through birch trees where she believed God was; miracles flowed. A lifelong learner, teacher and prayer partner, Lisa continues to study, meditate, and pray daily. She hopes her stories of the miracles in her life will inspire you. 

Above the Clouds

“If you are a spiritual seeker concerned by racial unrest in America, sexism in the workplace, and unkindness to our elders, you will find new things to think about as well as fresh Christian perspectives in this heartfelt book of personal stories and possible helps from technology.”

Brenda Hamilton,

President of Hamilton Learning Foundation