03 Mar 2010
The Crossing Worlds Programme is a bridge for all peoples to learn from and be inspired by the living Earth.
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Journey to the Hopi Indian Lands
“If you wish to know of Shamanism you can read a book. If you wish to know about Shamanism, come to Ceremony. If you choose to learn Shamanism you must earn it. In order to earn Shamanic practices you must go into the wild places, there to meet Spirit on Spirit’s terms.” Jade Wah’oo Grigori, a shaman of lineage who resides in the Sedona area
The Crossing Worlds Programme is a bridge for all peoples to learn from and be inspired by the living Earth. Creator, owner and head guide, Sandra Cosentino, offers experiential-based seminars on Hopi, Navajo and other native lands to support cultural continuance, self-reliance, self-esteem and to maintain life in remote lands, far from the economic resources of the modern world. “Sharing in respect and friendship, valuing diversity, we all learn from each other in this great circle of life, ” she says.
Canyon de Chelly was designed as an earthly place of divine connection at a time when supernaturals still walked the earth, according to Navajo legend. Here the unseen Holy Wind, or the inner form of all life that flows between and within the stars and our body’s cells, seem closer. “If you feel the calling, if you feel ready, please join us for a rare opportunity to practice vision quest, ceremony, prayer, attention, intention and today’s shamanism on powerful Native lands with Native and cross-cultural retreat leaders.”
May 21 — 27, 2010
June 18 — 25, 2010
Group or single person bookings available
Contact: Crossing Worlds Programme
P.O. Box 3288, Sedona, AZ 86340
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