Have you ever considered Nature as a Sanctuary, a place of refuge, a place of connecting to your own spirituality among the heart of creation?
Sedona is a Sacred Place
It is here that people finding healing and reconnect with Nature. The red rock majesty helps us find perspective, balance and to renew ourselves. Nature invites us to be present. Nature accepts us unconditionally. While being in Nature, we can connect with ourselves effortlessly and feel good about who we are. Nature is a Healer
Nature as Sanctuary experiences are not done with the primary goal of physical exercise. It is not something to rush through. It requires mindfully moving through the landscape in ways that cultivate presence, opening of all of your senses, and actively communicating with the land and with the energy of the land. This gives Nature access to our physical, emotional, mental, relational, and spiritual being. As we do this, we begin to perceive ourselves, our minds and our hearts, in a more profound way. Messages from within and without begin to penetrate into our awareness and being even more deeply. Nature as Sanctuary experiences is best seen as a practice, not a one-time event. Developing a meaningful relationship with Nature occurs over time and is deepened by returning again and again throughout the natural cycles of the seasons. It is a deeply relational practice, in which the relationship itself becomes a field of healing and a source of joyful wellbeing. Like energy healing, meditation, yoga, prayer, working out, Nature as Sanctuary is a practice and is best to learn it from a qualified guide. My mission is to encourage and guide individuals to immerse into personal development and transformation through their personal connection to Nature. Going into the wilderness to find sanctuary expands your connection to your sacred self. Finding Nature as Sanctuary provides an opportunity to listen to our own hearts, to remember how much we want to be alive, and to contemplate the love that binds us all together. In times of uncertainty and fear, it can be very easy to forget our connectedness to each other and to the Earth. We recoil from the news, our projections of the polarizing “others” and the world in an attempt to numb ourselves. These are the times when the spirit and the heart of Nature is needed most. What are you looking to create in your life and how would you like Nature to help you? Contact me and let’s see how I can help you.