Sedona Ceremony Programs are an inspiring way to activate positive change in your life.
- The first one is a sound healing shamanic ceremony and a training held in studio.
- The second one delves deeper into core practices and types of ceremonies at an outdoor site.
- The third one is solo vision circle training at night outdoors.
- Others are shorter, joyful circles at red rock scenic places with ceremony included as way to honor someone, connect with energies of celestial events, commemorate or celebrate.
Circle of Power: Drum Healing Ceremony and Teachings
3 hours. This is a shamanic sound healing ceremony. We work with timeless principles of ceremony, heart-centered engagement and focused attention to invoke supportive spiritual energies. Held at a studio location.
Sedona Ceremony Training outdoor workshop
4 hours. This is an opportunity to hone your your skills with working with ceremony. Effective ceremonial leadership draws from earth-spirit wisdom and a wide array skills to co-create safe and spiritually powerful space. We work with nature, spirit connection and several ceremonial structures. See list of topics.
The program can be adapted as a ceremonial event for your group.
Sunset and Starlight Nature at Night + Solo Vision Program
3.5 hours. Introduction to Vision Quest solo circle practice. Plus: spirit journey to the drum to connect with Helper Spirits, tuning into energies as it becomes dark, star connection and more.
Sedona Outdoor Circles that include Ceremony
A joyful Full Moon & Stars Inspiration and Ceremony Circle,
2 hours. Connect with moon and star energies, spirit journey to the drum and closing with drums, rattles and ceremony.
Spirit of Sedona Welcome Circle,
1 hour inspiration circle and intro to Sedona energies, stories, new and ancient mythologies, can include a closing ceremony. Personalized to your interests.
Ceremony for your Sedona visit in honor of your occasion;
Option to add this to a vortex program or mystical nature journey.
Ceremony is an integral part of Retreats
“Ceremony is the intentional use of symbols by humans combined with action. What was intangible becomes real. The symbol comes to life. Movement is activated. Healing-rebalancing occurs in heart connection to the energetic powers of nature and spirit.”
Article: Ceremonial Circles in Today’s World
(Excerpt from Sandra’s blog)
Auspicious Times for Ceremony:
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.