Fall Equinox Time of Change:
Sedona Vision Quest Retreat & special seasonal change ceremony
Join us as we connect with the Fall Equinox seasonal vibrational shift.
- Sept. 22, 23, 24, or 25, 4:30 – 7 pm: Sunset New Moon & Fall Equinox Time of Change Ceremony
(see below for details)
- Sept. 17 – 24
Sedona Fall Equinox Vision Quest Retreat (8 days) or
Expand Horizons Modern Day Mystic Insight Retreat (6 days)
- Circle of Power Drum Healing Ceremony
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?
Sept. 22 equinox, 23, 24 or 25 (new moon)
4:30 – 7 pm
Sunset & New Moon Fall Equinox Time of Change Insight Circle & Ceremony
Drum Re-balancing Ceremony & Mystic Nature Shamanic Insight Experiences
This special 2.5 hour Summer Solstice sunset program is held at a Sedona red cliff vista site. This program can also be created on other dates.
You receive personalized shamanic insight journey mentoring-feedback in a series of visionary journeys in which you connect with wise Helper Spirits and Autumn energies. We tune into our new moon seeds of intention. Then we activate the insights & intentions we received with participatory ceremony and drum vibration.
Some of the participatory experiences:
- medicine walk to develop attentiveness skills and connect with nature energies
- nature energy connections
- earth bonding, sense signs, shapeshift energetically
- drum activation ceremony
- solo vision time
Cost: 2.5 hours: $100 pp with 3 or more; $140 each with 2 total participants; 2 hours: $188 with one person.
Reservations with prepayment required.
Listening Flow and Change article
Other programs can be scheduled during this fall season:
Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects, non-profit: since 1999 supporting Hopi Sustainability and cross-cultural education.