What is all the Hype about Sedona? February 15th, 2012 in Sedona Arizona

Is Sedona really so special? The hype and the reality? The short answer is, “yes it is…” Virtually everyone who comes here marvels at its amazing natural beauty. Not only the awesome and deservedly famous red rocks, but the lush, surprisingly green environment of Oak Creek with its crystalline waters. And then there’s the area’s…

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Transforming a Bad Day February 12th, 2012 in Transformation

How do you change things around when you’re having a bad day? Scientists, psychologists, as well as alternative thinkers are demonstrating over and over again the perils of staying in a bad mood (elevated cortisol, elevated blood pressure, extra work required by the heart and nervous system) and the importance of what the Institute of…

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2012 – What Does it Really Mean? February 7th, 2012 in Transformation

We have finally entered the year that has been the source of anticipation for many: the year 2012. There are many reasons why this year is striking such a cord with people. Over the millennia, it has been predicted that 2012 could be the year of our destruction. And while many people have dire concerns,…

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What to Expect on a Spiritual Tour of Egypt February 6th, 2012 in Egypt Spiritual Tours

Our busy lives often leave us with little time for ourselves. Without quiet, peaceful introspection, we can easily fall victim to stress and life worries. Our souls are crying out for our attention. Sometimes, it takes a voyage to an awe-inspiring locale to get back in touch with our spiritual side. Spiritual travels are becoming…

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What is a Spiritual Retreat? January 23rd, 2012 in Spiritual Retreats

A spiritual retreat is the perfect antidote for today’s fast-paced lifestyle. Personal spiritual retreats and couples retreats are ideal for people who want to get back in touch with themselves, reach a new level of spiritual and emotional empowerment or simply have a relaxing experience away from the stresses of everyday life. When work, family…

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