Oh the places we will go…..In Sedona

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Oh the places we will go! 2014

Sedona Women’s Retreat – Let Go, Let Miracles Happen
September 21st – 26th, Sedona, Arizona

With our retreat being only 3 months away from today I wanted to share with you some of the
highlights we have planned for you on this amazing women’s retreat! More details can be found on
Sedona Retreat

Boynton Canyon

Boynton Canyon Vortex

Boynton Canyon Vortex

Many people visit Sedona to explore its metaphysical dimensions, especially its vortexes. Page Bryant coined the name “vortex” in 1980 for areas in Sedona that have highly concentrated energies conducive to prayer, meditation and healing. Boynton Canyon is one of the most powerful vortexes in the Sedona area. It is also an easy hike around The Enchantment Resort where we will be having lunch!

Red Rock Crossing/Cathedral Rock
Sedona Women's retreat

The energy at this vortex strengthens the things you normally think of as feminine, such as kindness, compassion, patience, and the ability to let others need you and depend on you. And it strengthens the ability to anticipate the impact of your actions before you act, which is what considerateness is all about.

Amitabha Stupa & Peace Park, Sedona Arizona
Women's Sedona Retreat

On any given day in beautiful Sedona, dozens of visitors trek up the short winding trails to the 36 foot Amitabha Stupa and the smaller Tara Stupa for prayer, meditation, healing, and the experience of peace in a sacred place. We will hike here as a group to explore this rare and amazing shrine!
The stupa is one of the oldest forms of sacred architecture on earth, dating back to the time of the Buddha, 2600 years ago. Stupas are mostly found in the East, where Buddhism first took root and flourished. They are indeed rare in the West. A stupa is considered to be the living presence of the Buddha and as such represents the Mind of Enlightenment. Stupas have been built to avert war, end famine, and promote prosperity and well-being. Their sole purpose is to bring benefit for all living beings, and the mystical accounts of the healing powers of stupas are well documented. Learn more about the history of Stupas here!

Uqualla

Native American Medicine Man

Native American Medicine Man

Uqualla is from the Heart of the Grand Canyon, the Havasupai Tribe live in the most beautiful and remote areas of the western Grand Canyon. Supai village is located in Havasu Canyon, which is accessible only by foot, horseback, or helicopter.

Born into a family with a Medicine Man Grandfather, Arthur Kaska. My mother, the daughter of Kioska, was given the knowledge of the traditional ways—hunts, deer tanning, gourd making, singing and dances, my mother passed these gifts to her children. Uqualla works with individuals teaching about Native American spirituality, drumming & face painting in the ancient ways!

Sedona is also the home to many great Southwestern style restaurants….More details to follow!

Space is limited to 15 women so call or complete the online registration form now to reserve your spot on this trip of a lifetime. Part travel adventure, part transformational workshop, this trip allows you to indulge not only your desires, but your spirit of adventure, and inner joy. Learn to follow your heart’s desires all the while inhaling the spiritual energy of Sedona. I promise you an unforgettable experience!

Here is more info: Visit Sedona!

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