Sharing reflections along life’s journey that may inspire yours

In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks.” – John Muir

A Spiritual Start – Part 2

A Spiritual Start – Part 2

People often ask me to talk about the spiritual experiences I’ve had, wondering which ones were the most profound and life-changing. If you read my last post, A Spiritual Start (and if you didn’t, head over there to read it for context :-), I’d say that first reading when my Mom came through had the MOST impact on me…

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A Spiritual Start – Part 1

A Spiritual Start – Part 1

(My story, part one of many.)

It’s not unusual for traumatic events to kick start spiritual awakenings. Near Death Experiences, being involved in an accident, and having a loved one die and shortly thereafter they come to you in spirit, are all fairly common ways for it to happen…

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The call of Sedona

The call of Sedona

If you follow your soul’s calling, everything just falls into place. How I came to be in Sedona was nothing more than that, really. My first trip was a gift to myself for my birthday a few years ago. I figured I’d go on a few tours to explore the red rocks, experience the vortex energy and expand my spiritual knowledge while vacationing…

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It’s an inner journey

It’s an inner journey

So often we think spiritual wisdom is “out there” when in fact this journey is an inner one. Going to workshops, reading books from the great spiritual leaders and prophets, seeking intuitive guidance, and watching videos from people you admire can all help us along our path. Sometimes it can help us see what we cannot YET see in ourselves…

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Grounding on the climb

Grounding on the climb

When I set out on a hike this morning, I had two things on my mind: grounding and climbing. If you know about the practice of grounding, typically you are standing, sitting or lying still while visualizing and feeling your connection with the earth. At some point on each hike that is exactly what I do, although it’s typically before …

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Finding peace through breath

Finding peace through breath

Intentional breathing to bring us into a meditative state is one of the things we practice when you join me for a Sedona Experience. Slowing down our breathing and our thoughts. Focusing inward while being out in nature. Connecting to the Sedona energy flow. Basking in the views of the red rock sand letting it all grab a hold of our hearts…

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Life is a journey, not a destination

Life is a journey, not a destination

Think of how much (peace) we might miss when we aren’t willing to take a look from another point of view.
In this day and age, that line could have many meanings. This time, it was directly related to my climb.
It came to me on a recent hike when I was standing just below…

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Why call it a retreat?

Why call it a retreat?

People ask me why I’d use a word like ‘retreat’ to describe what I have to offer to folks coming to Sedona who want to experience something out of the ordinary. Keeping in mind that our reactions to words are directly correlated to our life experiences, I know for some people they may interpret it to mean…

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