Sedona Summer Solstice Doorway Energies, Insights & Drum Ceremony 2022

Sedona Summer Solstice Doorway Programs 2022

Activate your spiritual expression in the Peak of the Light.

Summer solstice is a doorway into the second half of the year that stimulates a time of growth and action.
At this threshold, ask yourself: what do I choose to flourish in my life?

This is an auspicious time to to connect with the energies of nature and the mystic pathway of direct knowing. We join in ceremonial circles, deepen spiritual insights, and celebrate connection with the Peak of the Light, Mother Earth, and your vision.


June 18, 21 & 22: 6 – 8:30 pm
Solstice Doorway Energies special program:
Peak of Light Drum Activation 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.

Ancestor spiritual beings with arms raised on on red rock background.

Kindred Spirits by Bill Worrell

You receive shamanic insight journey mentoring-feedback in a series of visionary journeys in which you connect with wise Helper Spirits and Solstice energies. We activate insights & intentions that flow with 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 solstice doorway activation ceremony
  • solo vision time

Cost: 2.5 hours: $100 pp with 3 or more; $140 each with 2 total participants;
2 hours: $180 with one person. 

Reservations with prepayment required.


June 26 – 27:  Expand Horizons Retreat:  Pathways of the Modern Day Mystic, Part 1.


June Sunset Spirit Circles daily at a red rock overlook, 6 – 7:30 pm


June 18 – 25:
Summer Solstice Vision Quest Retreat


horse1Summer Solstice Doorway

Activated by solar infusion of Light, every cell is stimulated to flow more energy.
Inner and outer pathways become energized.
Antennae attuned to the greater field of wisdom, new horizons appear calling us to action.
This fire energy becomes an invitation to cleanse what no longer serves.
Conscious choice to evolve beyond our known edge can be activated in ceremonial circle.


Our instinctual knowing relies on sensory data from every cell of our body which is pulsing with vibratory information from the surrounding universe. This instinctive intelligence gives us the capacity to read signals, clues and patterns.

We deepen this with shamanic journey practice. These direct experiences of expanded reality shift perceptions and create new neural pathways. New insights flow in that support conscious re-creation of your life in a frequency more aligned with your soul.

Sedona ceremony, drumming, Nature Retreats

Coming together in ceremony at these seasonal turning points support us to evoke energies that generate positive change in our life. As we walk our prayers in symbolic heart-centered actions, it becomes a felt experience in our body and our mind starts to get it.


All programs led by Sandra Cosentino based more than 3 decades of experience with insight practices, nature energies, lucid dreaming, and leading ceremony and retreats.

For insights into this work, please see my Earth-Spirit series articles such as: 

See article: Summer Solstice Energies


Hopi Indian Lands
Solstice Spirit Journey or independent travel journey arranged 

myra_wave2Summer Solstice at Hopi is an important turning point in the ceremonial cycle of the year.  We will have special circles, backcountry rock art site exploration.

Hopi tour, Hopi guide

Hopi Mesa cliff trail with Hopi guide


painting by John Steele: "We Bring the Rain"

painting of Hopi Kachinas by John Steele: “We Bring the Rain”

“Katsinam are Hopi spirit messengers who send prayers for rain, bountiful harvests and a prosperous, healthy life for humankind. They are our friends and visitors who bring gifts and food, as well as messages to teach appropriate behavior and the consequences of unacceptable behavior. Katsinam, of which there are over two hundred and fifty different types, represent various beings, from animals to clouds.”
Hopi Cultural Preservation Office


Related articles:

Fire on the Sacred Mountain
Hopi Cycle of the Year