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Sedona Fall Equinox Retreat, Full Moon Program & Ceremonies

Sedona Fall Equinox Retreat, Full Moon Program & Ceremonies

Cathedral Rock reflection in water means fall is a time for reflection and to connect with the seasonal vibrational shift

Fall Equinox Time of Change:

September 2019 programs

Join us as we connect with the Fall Equinox seasonal vibrational shift.


Sept. 20 – 22
Mystic Vision Retreat Visioning In Nature practices, Shamanic Journey and Ceremony.

Sept. 23, Fall Equinox Ceremonies
+ Dawn Time of Change Ceremony
+ Evening Fall Equinox Celebration-Ceremony & Mystic Vision program

See more info below plus Sept. 13 and 14 programs.


Fall colored feathers painting symbolizes Fall equinox programs, releasing the old and making way for new balance in ceremony and retreats.

Ramona Stites painting

This is one of the 4 doorways-turning points of the  year. These seasonal turning points are auspicious times for conscious re-creation of your life, as you release and make way for new balance.

“If nothing Within you Changes, then your past will be your future.”

At this temporary balance of day and night before the solar light recedes:
What have you harvested?
What is ready to be released?
And what new balance is calling to you?


For those seeking a deeper spiritual program, either of these retreats could be scheduled during this beautiful autumn season of September and October:

Be Your Own Shaman Seer Core Skills Insight Retreat, 6 day

Sedona Vision Quest Retreat, 8 days


Special Fall Equinox Programs


Sept. 13, Friday
6:30 – 10 pm


Full Moon Sunset-Stars-Nature at Night-Solo Circle program

Connect with nature at sunset & night, moon connection, ancestor stories, introduction to vision quest practice & solo circle experience.


Sept 14, Saturday
9 am – 1 pm

Labyrinth and red roses symbolizes place where we do our Visioning Skills: Shamanic Journey Mentoring in Nature and Ceremony outdoor workshop

Sedona ceremony site: 7-Path Labyrinth

Visioning Skills: Shamanic Journey Mentoring in Nature and Ceremony outdoor workshop, 4 hours

Insight journeys to the drum to connect us with spirits of nature and other wisdom.  Journeys are interwoven with earth energy connection practices and ceremony.  Held at a private site on Oak Creek with lovely ceremonial structures 
Cost : $160 each with 3 or more ($235 each for 2, $370 for 1)
Includes $30 pp entry fee, study sheets.


Full moon rising over red cliff symbolizes setting of our Fall Equinox Full Moon Mystic Insights and Ceremony program

Sedona Full Moon by Rusty Albertson

Sept 14, Saturday
6:30 – 8:30 pm

Fall Equinox Full Moon Mystic Insights and Ceremony program at a Sedona red rock vista.


Sept. 20 – 22

Mystic Vision Retreat 2B – Visioning In Nature practices, Shamanic Journey and Ceremony.


Sept. 23–FALL EQUINOX SEASONAL TURNING POINT
dawn and sunset-stars special ceremonies


5:30 – 7 am

Dawn Time of Change Ceremony

A woman with ceremonial items in uplifted hands as she faces red cliffs symbolizes our Sedona Fall Equinox Celebration, Ceremony and Mystic Vision program

Sedona ceremony

At a red rock overlook site.  We meet at pre-dawn and sense how the energies shift as light emerges.

  •  dawn nature connection, sunrise blessing
  • divining walk
  • spirit journey to the drum
  • Time of Change Ceremony

Cost:  $60 each with 3 or more


4 – 8 pm

Fall Equinox Celebration-Ceremony & Mystic Vision program

At private site by Oak Creek labyrinths and a large medicine wheel. Insight journeys to the drum to connect us with Spirit Helpers and guidance to activate new balance.  Nature speaks to us in signs, knowings, energies.  We carry these insights into ceremonial activations in a series of ceremonies.  We close with celebratory drum circle.

Cost for 4 hour outdoor seminar
$160 each with 3 or more ($235 each for 2, $370 for 1)
Includes $30 pp entry fee, study sheets.  


Other programs can be scheduled during this fall season:

Sedona Outdoor Programs
Shamanic-Seer Skills


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