Rachel's knoll is one of those magical places having awe-inspiring views of the Red Rock Secret Mountain Wilderness boundaries, over-looking Long Canyon and surrounding canyon lands. There is a tangible feeling of peace and a history of generations of pilgrimages by Native Americans and others since, seeking peace, reconciliation and healing and has become known as a place to give up burdens, old wounds, and old attachments that no longer serve your highest good . It is a most excellent place for petitions and prayer for healing. We will begin with an overview of the history of this extraordinary inspiring and beautiful site at Rachel's Knoll. We will explore the energetic qualities available here and vortex energies amplifying your creative abilities to shift, change, manifest and create new and expanding realities for your highest good and potential and simple ways to connect in nature and in Self. We will meditate briefly as a group and simple ways of connecting in nature and Being in the Present Moment of Now will be explored and shared. Plenty of time ( at least 30 minutes ) will be allowed during Experience for participants to meditate and practice these techniques and have their own personal Experience in this inspiring, powerful energetic, healing environment.
A 28 year Sedona resident, with experience as a massage therapist, energy worker, jeep tour driver, nature and vortex tour guide, medicine wheel keeper and teacher, life coaching and spiritual path-finder, I offer a diverse experiential background to serve your highest good and potential and intent for this Experience.
water and walking stick if needed. Note - there are no rest room facilities here, so be sure and take care of your 'needs'…
"Rachel's Knoll" has a long ( over 40 years since orginally purchased ) history and legacy as a place set aside for it's beauty and inspiring views, to be a place of quiet reflection, meditation, prayer, stillness and connection to the universal supporting and uplifting energies. People from all over the world, including sages, monks and spiritual sojourners, on pilgrimages have journeyed to this sacred land for generations.
Good walking / hiking shoes ... there are some ups and downs but only about 1/4 mile total walk. Clothing layers are helpful, esp. on colder morning walks.
Airbnb site map, not accurate, follow directions given to meet site. At Seven Canyons Club gate house, $3 fee taken and is reinbursed by Experience guide. Walk is short, with a few ups and downs. Views are magnificent!
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