Thanksgiving Weekend in Sedona:
nature connection, mystic insights and vortex tour
Thanksgiving Mother Earth Ceremony program
Thursday, Thanksgiving morning
Mother Earth Connection and Ceremony in Nature
Trees along Oak Creek are still full of fall colors during Thanksgiving–a beautiful time of year.
Connect with the living spirit of Earth with Sandra Cosentino who has many decades of experience of mystical knowing and connection to nature. You will practice deep observing, listening, and connecting with an animal ally, the energy of the trees and rocks. Learn timeless principles of creating ceremony in nature. Participate in co-creating a ceremony to honor Mother Earth and the things you are grateful for.
9 – 11 am
$60 each with min. of 3
($70 each with 2, 1.5 hours)
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Spend Thanksgiving weekend with indigenous people, visit villages, Hopi feast in a home, see how they celebrate this American holiday bringing their own cultural depth to gratitude as a way of life, even survival. Hopi people really live the way of gratitude, so it is a special experience to share these good feelings with them. For many who have gone with me on these Thanksgiving weekend journeys (and for some of the Hopis as well), it is a reminder of the first Thanksgiving.
11 hour journey, $260 each with minimum of 4 people.
Extend the 1-day trip with deeper Hopi immersion:
Going to a backcountry rock art site; enjoy an evening program with music and a blessing circle, thoughtful discussions, exploration of your personal interests. Go home feeling like you have found a new family and perspective on life.
Hopi artists will help you create a special rock art piece or gourd rattle to take home as a visual reminder of these heart-felt experiences.
or go to Navajoland at Canyon de Chelly and feel the spirit of adventure and discovery as you jeep ride with a Navajo guide through this roadless, sandy, sheer, red-walled canyon famous for its beauty and the concentration of cliff dwellings and rock art of the ancestral pueblo people from 400 BC to 1300 AD. Includes a fire blessing ceremony.
I am flexible to extend the Hopi day trip with independent travel journey overnight spending more time on day 2 with Hopi guide or going experience Navajo culture and Canyon de Chelly or to set up you own 1 – 4 day journey that begins with an cultural introduction and route review session with me in the Sedona area.