1-800-350-2693 (for initial call only)  | Office:  928-282-0846

Sedona Fall Equinox Visioning Retreats, Full Moon Program & Ceremonies

Sedona Fall Equinox Visioning Retreats, Full Moon Program & Ceremonies
Cathedral Rock reflection by Tom White

Cathedral Rock reflection by Tom White

Fall Equinox Time of Change:

September 2019 programs

Join us as we connect with the seasonal vibrational shift

“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?
What new balance is calling to you?


Fall equinox, time of change

Ramona Stites painting

This is a potent time to connect with the energies of nature and the mystic pathway of direct knowing. New insights flow in that support conscious re-creation of your life in a frequency more aligned with your soul’s calling.

Coming together in ceremony at these seasonal turning points support us to evoke energies that generate positive change in our life.


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 September Programs


Other programs can also be scheduled during this fall season–see index pages for:
Sedona Outdoor Programs
Shamanic-Seer Skills
Sedona area Retreats Index
Ceremony Index

Sept. 13, Friday
6:30 – 10 pm

Full Moon Sunset-Stars-Nature at Night-Solo Circle program
Connecting with nature at sunset & night, moon connection, ancestor stories, introduction to vision quest practice & solo circle experience.


Sept 14, Saturday
9 am – 1 pm

Sedona ceremony site: 7-Path Labyrinth

Visioning Skills: Shamanic Journey Mentoring in Nature + Ceremony outdoor seminar, 4 hours. A core visioning skills program with a series of insight journeys to connect with spirits of nature and other wise helper spirits.  Journeys are interwoven with earth energy connection practices.  We use ceremony, based on timeless principles, to activate positive change.  4 or 6 hour program option. Held at a private site on Oak Creek with lovely ceremonial structures (includes study sheets/entry fee, mentoring, intuitive feedback)
Cost : $160 each with 3 or more ($235 each for 2, $370 for 1)
Includes $30 pp entry fee, study sheets.  We meet at a trailhead near Hwy 89A a few miles south of Sedona.


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
Sedona ceremony, drummingDawn Time of Change Ceremony at a red rock overlook site.  We meet at pre-dawn and sense how the energies shift as light emerges.  We invite spontaneous insights to flow in with nature divining/attentiveness and in spirit journey to the drum.  We then bring these Time of Change knowings into ceremonial expression. 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. We begin with insight journeys to the drum to connect with Spirit Helpers and guidance for activating your 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 and sounding circle at one of the ceremonial sites.

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.  We meet at a trailhead near Hwy 89A a few miles south of Sedona.


Return to Main Index pages:

Home

Sedona Outdoor Programs

Shamanic-Seer Skills

Sedona area Retreats Index

Ceremony Index

Seasonal and Celestial Events

Hopi & Navajo Cultures & Canyons

Blog


Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects, non-profit:  since 1999 supporting Hopi Sustainability and cross-cultural education.