Our human energy systems are affected by the seasonal and celestial cycle energies. And when you gather in circle at these times, you sense a harmony with the greater cycles of life. I welcome your participation.
Calendar of Sedona Programs
Includes: Full & New Moon, Eclipses, Meteor showers; 4 Season equinoxes and solstices; and the Mid-Season Points.
Seasonal Ceremonies and Programs…..
uniquely created to celebrate, inspire, enhance your balance, and work with the seasonal energetics.
Valentines/Presidents Day weekend: heartful time
Spring Equinox: new life coming forth
April-May spring renewal retreats & special programs
Memorial Day weekend: beginning of summer
Summer Solstice: peak of the solar influence
4th of July weekend, Sedona, Hopi and Navajo–special Native American gatherings
Labor Day weekend: relax from work
Fall Equinox Retreats, Ceremonies
October & November Fall retreats & programs
Thanksgiving weekend: special programs and Hopi independent Journey
Winter Solstice: shortest day when the sun begins it return
New Year’s Eve and Day: setting the energy for positive change in your new year
As long as humans have been on earth, they watched the skies and noted the season’s changing. Here in Sedona, locals and visitors both enjoy gathering, viewing, connecting with the energy of season’s turnings, moon cycles and celestial events.
Seasonal circles provide inspiration, renew vitality and sense of balance. As we respond to seasonal change, walk our intentions, and gather with others, we are also aligning with the potent primal energies of our planet and the cosmos around us.
Solstices are the annual extremes of light and dark and mark the 2 major ceremonial doorways.
- Summer Solstice: June 20
- Winter Solstice: December 21
Equinoxes are the balance of day and night and are potent times to align with in ceremony.
- Spring Equinox: March 19
- Fall or Autumn Equinox: September 22
Cross-Quarter Days or Mid-Season Points are subtler seasonal turning points, but ones ancestral cultures (here shown with Celtic names) always acknowledged in ceremony.
- Imbolc, Candlemas: February 3
- Beltane: May 4
- Lammas or Lughnasad: August 6
- Samhain/All Hallow’s Eve: November 7
Full Moon nights, including the 2 nights before the peak, are always events in Sedona.
New Moon – subtler than the full moon, but auspicious timing for new beginnings, seeding projects.
Please see: Full & New Moon Inspiration & Ceremony Circle.
Sunset and Sunrise are powerful points each day to pause and connect. I time many of my programs to work with these potent energies such as the Sunset or Sunrise Ceremony
Celestial Events such as solar and lunar eclipses and meteor showers are awe inspiring times.
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