The Intricate Connections in Peru May 11th, 2019 in Blog, Peru Trip

I came to Peru for the first time in 2004 and started bringing groups here with Sedona Soul Adventures in 2008. It struck me this week, connecting with people I’ve been connecting with over the past 11 years, the intermingling of these lives and all the changes, connections and amazing things that have happened since…

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Rainbow at Machu Picchu May 3rd, 2019 in Blog, Peru Trip

I feel so blessed to be back at Machu Picchu and in Peru… it’s been such a wonderful journey. We got to Machu Picchu yesterday and the clouds had gathered. It was beautiful and misty, but when we took our traditional group photo, the clouds were completely obscuring the mountains. It was beautiful, but you…

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Want to Live Longer? This will surprise you April 25th, 2019 in Blog, Sedona Arizona, Spiritual Retreats, Spirituality, Transformation

Are you tired of being told how you have to eat nothing but kale and constantly exercise like an Olympian in order to live longer? Watch my video to find out what’s The Most Important Thing You Can Do for living longer — the best part is, it’s fun and it’s based on scientific studies!…

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How to Feel Full (without calories) April 17th, 2019 in Blog, Sedona Arizona, Spiritual Retreats, Spirituality, Transformation

Happy Easter! The day of resurrection, renewal and rebirth. Today I want to talk to you about how to feel full – and I’m not talking about after your large Easter dinner (although if you did have a large Easter dinner, I hope it was yummy). For me, this all started when I was so…

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How will you score on the Relationship Checklist prepared by a Divorce Attorney? April 11th, 2019 in Blog, Couples Retreat, Sedona Arizona, Spiritual Retreats, Spirituality, Transformation

Those of you who have been with me for a number of years know that I was a divorce attorney for over 20 years in Omaha, Nebraska. And now for the past 17 years, I’ve been doing work with couples helping them stay together. Funny, isn’t it? Based on my over 37 years of working…

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