Ceremony is a potent way to activate positive change in your life, or honor someone, to deepen connection with energies of celestial events, to commemorate, celebrate and more. Two of these programs are shamanic healing ceremonies with experiential teachings on time-honored practices of working with ceremony and invoking cosmic energies.
Ceremony for Healing, Vision & Skills Training
Circle of Power: Drum Healing Ceremony and Teachings
A shamanic sound healing ceremony to invoke positive change in your life.
Ceremony Training Seminar in Nature, 6 hours to deepen skills with working with ceremony. Circle of Power ceremony a pre-requisite to this.
Sunset and Starlight Nature + Sacred Vision Circle
Introduction to Vision Quest ceremony, 3 to 3.5 hours
Sedona Outdoor Circles that include Ceremony
Full Moon & New Moon Circles-Ceremony, 2 hours
Spirit of Sedona Circle, 1.5 hour inspiration circle and great intro to Sedona energies, stories, new and ancient mythologies
Ceremony for your Sedona visit in honor of your occasion;
can add to a vortex program or mystical nature journey or as a stand alone
Ceremonies are part of Seasonal programs and Retreats
Ceremonies for the 4 Seasons — Attuning to the cycles of the year, activating change
Ceremony is also an integral part of Retreats
“Ceremony is the intentional use of symbols by humans combined with action wherein the intangible becomes real. The symbol comes to life and movement is activated or acknowledged. Healing-rebalancing occurs in connection to the energetic forces of nature and spirit.
Excerpt from Article: Ceremonial Circles in Today’s World
by Sandra Cosentino who has been creating ceremonial circles for more than 3 decades.
Auspicious Times for Ceremony:
Full Moon, Celestial timings
January: New Year’s Day Ceremony
February: Valentines/Presidents Day
March: Spring Equinox
April-May: Spring Retreats
June: Summer Solstice Retreat
July: 4th of July Sedona and Hopi
December: Winter Solstice
News Years Eve program
Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects, non-profit: since 1999 supporting Hopi Sustainability and cross-cultural education.