ANGKOR WAT, CAMBODIA: Unconditional Love in Action – January 19th – 30th, 2017

Join New Thought Minister Rev. David Ault for a profoundly heart-opening spiritual journey of service to Siem Reap, Cambodia – home of the incredible ancient temples of Angkor Wat. To open oneself deeply, to risk feeling the suffering of others, and to wish to relieve that suffering – is the definition of compassion and the cultivation of the Buddha within us. As Gandhi once said: The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.

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Mysterious & Ancient Temples

You’ll have the opportunity to explore the amazing temple complex at Angkor Wat – or at least a part of it! Built in the 12th century, Angkor Wat lies north of the modern town of Siem Reap and was originally Hindu dedicated to the God Vishnu. Around a century later the official religion was changed to Buddhism. Since Buddha was a Hindu, the change of religion was adopted seamlessly and people converted from Hindu to Theravada Buddhist, which continues to the present day.

Unconditional Love in Action ♥

Service is often called unconditional love in action – to give totally of yourself is to be free of ego, 100% present, doing what is needed without judgment. In these moments our heart opens and the truth of who we are comes through – our divine presence. Volunteer travel is a powerful experience – you risk coming home with a clearer vision of what you want in life, a deeper sense of self-realization, and clarity about who you are and your purpose in life!

There is Good Here

Take a moment to enjoy the beautiful video below that David created from pictures of his previous journeys to Cambodia and which shows his special projects: building fresh water wells, providing anti-malaria nets, chicken husbandry program, and a school for the children. Truly David is an extraordinary man passionate about a wonderful cause.

I slept and dreamt that life was joy. I awoke and saw that life was service. I acted and behold, service was joy.
~Rabindranath Tagore

Want to Join Us?

Questions? Give us a ring at 1866 866 5566 or email us – we can’t wait to hear from you!



  1. My 20 yr old granddaughter and I experienced Peace for 10 days. I am still peaceful now that I have returned. Rev David is the perfect leader for this trip. It was like we knew him all our lives. Buying a bike for a child and purchasing a water-well for a family is beyond explaining our emotions. We loved the Cambodian people. I highly recommend going on this trip. We even loved painting some of the school for the children, and in general, getting to know and love the children. We felt so honored just to experience the experience. Thank you Sheri and Ales for making our flights and accommodations Perfect.
    Namaste from Alex and Becca.

  2. Alan haley says:

    I will be travelling through Burma, Cambodia and Vietnam in Sep and oct 2012 and would like to do some volunteer work – possibly in Cambodia…..

    Can anyone help?


  3. Ginger Russell says:

    I am interested in doing volunteer work at the school in Cambodia. I would like to go in July and stay for a month. I have a proposal that you might be interested in as far as a tie to fund raising for the school. Please contact me at your earliest convienience. I can be reached at (208) 515-1417. Thank You. Ginger Russell

  4. Roland Leveque says:

    There are no accidents,if you found Sheri’s web site you must be here for a reason.
    I also ended here some 9 months ago and committed to a trip to Cambodia. Recently returned from the trip with David Ault , I must tell you that it was a perfect trip put together by Sheri and David. We were able to experience the culture, the people,their past and most importantly in our small way helped build a future for many. If you want to open your heart to the divine nature in all of us, Take the leap it will change you forever. Roland L

  5. Tiffany says:

    I just returned from Cambodia with David Ault. WOW! What an amazing experience!
    The entire trip was a pleasure from the moment I stepped off the airplane. The hotel was fabulous and the locals couldn’t have been any kinder during our stay. I felt very safe and as a matter of fact I ventured out by myself a few times (without a worry).
    We spent 3 days doing temple tours. That was VERY cool! You could never capture the beauty nor mammoth size of these temples in a camera,even though I tried 😉
    I have to say that Working at the school , playing with the children and seeing the wells go in the villages were the most rewarding parts of my trip. It’s amazing how a little help can affect in such a big way. I am hoping to take my husband and kids back next year.
    I would recommend this trip to anyone! It truly has changed my life.
    Thank you Sheri for everything you did to make this trip a success! It was absolutely outstanding!
    Thank you David for all you have done for those families and children who are in such dyer need.
    Live Life to the Fullest~
    Tiffany D.

  6. David Ault says:

    You are invited to dive deep into the heart of humanity and experience love in action. Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to serve and be served in the remarkable landscape of Cambodia.


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  5. […] We’ll have the opportunity to explore the amazing temple complex at Angkor Wat – or at least a part of it (it’s huge!). Our home away from home in Cambodia is the Siddharta Boutique Hotel. It has a large saltwater pool in a tropical garden, and a restaurant with views over the Cambodian countryside to watch unforgettable sunsets. All breakfasts are included in this itinerary and one dinner, along with tours of the temples, daily Sangha (gathering) with David Ault, a traditional Khmer dinner & show, helping in the schools with the children and in creating new wells, and so much more. Trip cost: $1699 USD per person double occupancy. Details for Cambodia here! […]

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