Are you feeling the call to renew your vision, de-stress, & absorb the vitality and primal beauty of this high desert land & clear night skies?
Fresh perspectives come alive as you explore red cliffscapes, connect with nature energies and insight skills of the modern day mystic, participate in ceremony; or experience Hopi and Navajo lands, culture and peoples.
Explore red landscape temples, "vortex" sites and qualities that have made this a place of inspiration for thousands of years. Personalized to connect you with the energies and essence of the area. Hear legends and world views--both ancestral and metaphysical--you decide your truth of this mythological place! Plus geology, natural and human history, archaeology. Your guide is native to Arizona who shares a depth of spirit of place insights.
Sedona Explorer, Vortex Tour, Earth Connection Outdoor Seminars, Sunset-Stars- Moon Circles, Spirit of Sedona Circle.
Direct Experience with the Sentient Universe. Mentoring/intuitive feedback in timeless pathways known as "shamanism", updated for today's world allied with skills development in nature energies, signs, attentiveness, lucid dreaming, mindfulness, and ceremony. New insights flow in that deepen knowing, build confidence, support conscious re-creation of your life. Activate positive change with ceremony as you work with intention, cosmic energies, and more.
Shaman-seer skills mentoring,
Earth-Spirit Connections, 2-5 day Insight Retreats, 8-day Vision Quest program, 4-Seasons Retreats, Native Spirit Journey
The Colorado Plateau is a compelling, primordial region of spectacular canyon and mesa landscapes. The land is alive with stories of Hopi, Navajo & other Native peoples still living on their ancestral homelands. Explore prehistoric pueblo cliff dwellings, rock art. Guided personalized group tour or independent traveler program that begins with in depth seminar in Sedona based on decades of experience with the lands, peoples and cultures of the region.
Hopi, 1-2 days; Explore Navajo; Southwest Canyons & Cultures Journey; Grand Canyon, Wupatki-Sacred Peaks
Spirit of Southwest Blog with original articles and videos:
• Vision in Nature
• Call to Pilgrimage
• Grand Canyon
• Native American
uplifting 4 or 6 hour seminar in nature:
Mystical Insights, Nature Connection Practices & Ceremony: Insights flow from shamanic journey/intuitive feedback, noticing signs, connecting with earth energy and inner knowings. Activate positive change in ceremonies with water, labyrinth, Ancestor Wheel. Includes entry fee to beautiful, private site on Oak Creek.
Can combine with Sedona Vortex Tour.
Sept 22: Fall Equinox Ceremony-Celebration
Sept. 16-23: Fall Equinox Vision Quest Retreat (option to do select parts or mini-version)
Sept. 24-25: Hopi and Navajo Spirit Journey celebrating Autumn Equinox
Oct. 4 -7--special full moon vision spirit journey
Sedona Mystic Vision 1 day outdoor seminar + Full Moon Canyon de Chelly/Navajo and Hopi Spirit Journey
Oct. 21-22: 2-day Hopi Spirit Journey celebrating feminine energies of harvest season
Nov. 3-4: Grand Canyon Full Moon Mystic Vision Earth-Spirit Program
Nov. 24-25: 2-day Hopi Spirit Journey
Dec. 21: Winter Solstice Celebration and Ceremony
Dec. 18 - 22: Winter Solstice Calling Back the Light Retreat
see Calendar here; includes celestial timings, full moon programs
Sedona panoramic photo by Rusty Albertson
with teachings on working with the the circle of life, wisdom from ancient cultures, a chakra balancing meditation and a guided shamanic drum journey by Sandra Cosentino; a Hopi chant by Paliquimana and, Star Prairie's original Wheel Song.
To order, please send a check or money order payable to Sandra Cosentino to: PO Box 3288, Sedona, AZ, 86340 or use credit card via Paypal
Circles of Power Meditation CD: $14 + $2 shipping within US (International shipping $5)
Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects is a non-profit Hopi all-volunteer service group. We facilitate projects on Hopi lands in support of sustainable cultural continuance, self-empowerment, and offer cross-cultural education experiences for the public and to benefit youth and adults. Our support is from a place of respect and acknowledges the the challenges of living on a remote Indian reservation far from the economic resources of urban America.
Please see the CWHP website—we invite your participation such as support for building a youth learning center, for much needed home repairs, orchard project, supplies for Hopi youth and families (e.g., art, learning, home and food support).
To receive our occasional newsletter with cultural articles and project info, please see form on home page.