Ceremony Created for You in Sedona, Arizona

Ceremony or Special Circle for your Sedona visit:

The Ceremony Created for You is customized based on your goals; such as, to celebrate, honor, bless, begin something new.  Held at a red rock site in Sedona.
Celebration ceremony for a woman holding arms up as she faces a Sedona red cliff symbolizes joyful sense of community emerges from a personalized ceremony created for you in Sedona ceremony

See my Calendar for Celestial or Seasonal auspicious times for ceremony.

Sandra Cosentino creates these programs based on more than 30 years experience leading cross-cultural group ceremony. Sandra uses her guidance, intuition and experience to create a meaningful, inspiring program and hold spiritual space for it.

Each participant is invited to bring the power of their focus and heart-centered participation to the ceremony.  We give voice to your intention, participate in symbolic action, drum, rattle and work together for the benefit of all.

A joyful sense of community emerges from the shared experience.

Our ceremony will use authentic, time-honored earth-spirit principles.  Sandra has participated in ceremonies with wise tribal people of many traditions since the 1980’s.  However, our ceremony is not copied from any of today’s Native American tribal ceremonies.

This ceremony created for you can be added to a Discover Sedona Circle or done alone.

They can take place on the land at dawn, day, dusk or in the moon and  starlight.

Cost for group for 1.5 hour or 2 hour program
I bring drums, rattles, chairs.

$35 pp with 5 – 9 people, 1.5 hours (2 hour program = $50 each)
$45 pp with 3 or 4 people, 1.5 hours (2 hour program = $60 each)
$75 each with 2 people, 1.5 hours (2 hour program = $100 each)
$130 with 1 person, 1.5 hours (2 hour program = $180)

Longer or larger group ceremonies can be arranged at a beautiful private site with ceremonial structures such as labyrinths and medicine wheels and creek access.

$30 per person site entry fee in addition to program fee.
$7 per car entry fee if we use a state park site on Verde River.

Medicine wheel with 4 concentric circles, totem pole in center and 2 guests with outstretched arms. This one of the sites we use for Sedona customized ceremony programs to celebrate, honor, or for to begin something new

More complex Ceremonial options:

Circle of Power Shamanic Drum Healing Ceremony and teaching about core principles of ceremony.
For small groups this is done as a studio experience using sound healing instruments.  Groups of 7 or more can be held at a private outdoor site with medicine wheels and labyrinths.

Ceremonial Training and Co-Creation of Ceremony Seminar at outdoor ceremonial sites, 4 or 6 hour program

We use drums, rattles and other wind instruments.
Harp accompaniment option (which is great under the stars or moon for a gentle, angelic feeling).

Ancesstor rock art of winter solstice spiral solar calendar. Symbolizes everything the Power of the World does is done in a circle.

Ancestral Winter Solstice Sun Calendar.

“Everything the Power of the World does is done in a circle. The sky is round and I have heard that the earth is round like a ball and so are all the stars. The wind, in its greatest power, whirls. Birds make their nests in circles, for theirs is the same religion as ours. The sun comes forth and goes down again in a circle. The moon does the same and both are round. Even the seasons form a great circle in their changing and always come back again to where they were. The life of a man is a circle from childhood to childhood. And so it is in everything where power moves.”

Black Elk, Ogalala Sioux

See Crossing Worlds video about a 2012 Solar Eclipse Ceremony that I organized

For more insights, please see my article:  Ceremonial Circles

cd-coversmCD: Circles of Power:

Medicine Wheel Wisdom and Guided Journeys for Renewed Balance and Vision
with teachings on working with the the circle of life, wisdom from ancient cultures, a chakra balancing meditation and a guided shamanic drum journey by Sandra Cosentino; a Hopi chant by Paliquimana and, Star Prairie’s original Wheel Song. Order info here.