Time: September 16, 2010 at 4pm to September 21, 2010 at 12pm
Location: Sedona, Arizona
Website or Map: http://www.journeysofthespiri…
Event Type: spiritual, journey, retreat, travel
Organized By: Dr. Sheri Rosenthal
Latest Activity: Jan 29, 2010
SEDONA SPIRITUAL RETREAT: Embracing At-one-ment – September 16-21st, 2010
Join us for a magical and introspective spiritual retreat to the red rock country of Sedona, Arizona. For six days we’ll have the opportunity to experience the beauty, majesty and energy of this unusual location on our Mother Earth. Each day we will visit a different vortex to illuminate our inner light and darkness, and in addition, the limiting beliefs and concepts that are keeping us from divine self-realization and oneness.
In many calendars autumn heralds the beginning of a new cycle and a new year. On the autumn equinox, day and night are of equal length reminding us that we too must honor the light and darkness within. It’s easy to focus on our divine nature and light while we push away, deny and fear the darkness within. During our time together on this sacred land we’ll reflect on the past year and commit to dreaming a healthier future filled with our highest intent. It’s time for forgiving ourselves and bringing our regrets, sorrows, and resentments (our darkness) into the light so we can live our lives from a place of wholeness and love. Autumn is a time for letting go and releasing the things that no longer serve us and in doing so, open our hearts fully to experience at-one-ment.
The time frame for our September retreat also happens to be during the sacred Jewish holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Beginning with Rosh Hashanah on September 9th – until Yom Kippur on September 17th which is the day of Atonement (the at-one-ment with Spirit/God), the veils between the worlds are thin making it a perfect time to reflect on the past year and to commit to dreaming a healthier future filled with our deepest intentions. It’s time for forgiveness and living our life from a place of wholeness and love. Indeed – you don’t have to be Jewish to appreciate this mythology (as this journey is not about religion, but about expressing our divine nature). You only need the desire to open your heart and mind to more powerful opportunities for love and light in your life.
We’ll be gathering at the charming Briar Patch Inn located along beautiful Oak Creek which vibrates at a high frequency. Using the techniques of the vision quest, shamanistic dreaming, meditation and ceremony we will embrace our oneness with the land and each other. From this vantage point you will clearly see how you are preventing yourself from becoming all you can be in this lifetime. A beautiful healing massage is also part of the retreat package. Shanti Gilbert is co-facilitating with Sheri on this journey.
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