The Joy of Awakening SummitVibrational Enhancements For Higher Consciousness
Formerly known as the Ascension Retreat
A Sedona Retreat in Arizona
November 4-6, 2016
[Special added bonus: November 7th Super New Moon – vortex hiking $50 Donation]
Are you ready
…to free yourself from the old matrix of suffering and pain?
…for the new reality that is beyond all loss, lack & limitation?
…to stand in peace, compassion & love in spite of extreme world chaos?
…for transformation & elevation into the next octave of your spiritual path?
For many months I have sought guidance on how to best serve you ~~ the light-bearer in a chaotic world. Imagine 3 days in the power of the divine creative shaki with like-minded souls. Imagine being immersed in a golden force field of light filled with love & support from the unseen realms of Prime Creator’s messengers of light. This & more awaits you in my first ever Sedona vortex retreat.
In a sacred space of trust & support, I will spontaneously transmit a vibration for self-healing, transformation and self-realization. With the support & guidance of Prime Source, the angelic & enlightened presences of the guardians and masters, we will initiate a transmutation process for body, mind & spirit: simply put, you will take a spiritual journey back to your original energetic core blueprint.
Experience a fun, powerful, transformative weekend with Kenji Kumara, quantum lightweaver.
For decades, Kenji Kumara has been dedicated to awakening others with the same frequency and transformational energy he has experienced. Regardless of your background and spiritual practices he will help you to align and achieve your personal and professional goals, awaken your spiritual gifts and feel the bliss and balance you deserve in your everyday life!
“What a marvelous, eye-opening, earth-shaking experience! Experience Kenji’s attunements, attending his Retreat… has opened an exponential flow of wonder and the incredible feeling of oneness that permeated the Intensive and continues to expand my mind, emotions, and soul!” – Ramona Sinclair, Lightworker, Joshua Tree, CA
You’ll receive mp3 recordings of all the activations.
Being in the heart of the red rocks, vortexes & portal openings, our bodies will be aligned to these beautiful vibrations. Our health & well-being will be up-leveled. Our energetic connection to Mother Nature & all her beautiful messengers will deepen. This Autumn event will prepare you for the inward journey of the Winter Solstice.
(New) West Sedona Courtyard Marriott
4105 West State Route 89A Sedona Arizona 86336 USA.
(Note that the Hotel has a free shuttle to Uptown Sedona.)
Last Day To Book Lodging: October 28th, 2016
The displayed lodging rates on the booking page are per room and not per person. Attendees wanting to share room, please contact Marcey at email@example.com.
Airport and Local Transportation Options
Arizona Van Shuttle:
Designated locations and location where you are staying.
Ace-Xpress Van Shuttle:
This shuttle will come to location to pick you up.
Address: 2090 AZ-89A, Sedona, AZ 86336
Registration & Check In
8:00am – 8:45am
Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday: 9:00am – 3:00pm
Monday 10:00am – 2:00pm
Super New Moon
Vortex hiking/activation. $50 Donation
WHAT TO DO IN SEDONA
No matter how much time you have in Sedona, you can’t see everything. With clusters of natural wonders in every direction, it’s difficult to pin down a specific list of attractions. But what follows are a few premier highlights. The Chapel of the Holy CrossThe most compelling work of art in town doesn’t hang in a gallery. It rises from the ground and merges elegantly with the surrounding towers of stone. The Chapel of the Holy Cross was designed by sculptor, Marguerite Brunswig Staude and completed in 1957. The chapel perches 200 feet above the valley floor, thrusting upward between two burly pillars of rock. High cliffs of salmon hues form the backdrop. The interior of the chapel is simple and unadorned. A few benches, some tapestries and flickering candles create a serene, meditative oasis, while soft sunlight streams through the floor-to-ceiling window. If you’ve ever seen a photo of Sedona, chances are you’ve seen Crescent Moon Picnic Area, known locally as Red Rock Crossing. That image of Oak Creek flowing in front of Cathedral rock reflectionmajestic Cathedral Rock is one of the most photographed images in the Southwest.
Don’t be surprised to find radiant brides and glowing grooms posing for their wedding portrait on the rocky banks. The shallow stream meanders past the base of Cathedral Rock and through forested groves. On the bank opposite Cathedral you’ll notice dozens of stacked rock totems, looking like a miniature Stonehenge. This is Buddha Beach, considered to be the site of a powerful vortex.
For those who also like a challenge, Schnebly Hill Road makes a twisted ascent through red rock tablelands to the pine forests of the Colorado Plateau with sprawling vistas along the way. The rugged wagon road was scratched from rocky hillsides by Sedona pioneers at the turn of the last century, and it hasn’t changed much in the years since. The first mile is paved but don’t be fooled. The road quickly turns primitive, a lane pockmarked, ledged and veined with rocky fragments. Making a steady climb, views sweep across an expanse of sandstone formations to the wall of Mingus Mountain at the far edge of the Verde Valley. If you don’t have a high clearance vehicle, consider taking a jeep tour.
Sedona is bracketed by two spectacular state parks. Seven miles north of town, in what once was a thriving orchard, stone banks throttle Oak Creek into a slender fast-moving channel creating a natural water ride. Along the route are pools of varying depths, perfect for wading and swimming. Slide Rock State Park is one of the beloved swimming holes in the Southwest. Word of warning: Wear cut-offs or other sturdy shorts. If you’re here during a non-swimming time of year, you can wander the old orchards in peace and explore the bony banks of the creek until you find a scenic spot and picnic like there’s no tomorrow.Red Rock State Park offers a more nuanced but equally satisfying encounter, without having to peel off a wet bathing suit. Southwest of town, the park exists as a bit of wilderness snatched from development and reinvented as living laboratory. The 286-acre nature preserve contains a network of trails, everything from creekside rambles to high dramatic vistas. Staff and volunteers conduct daily activities such as bird watching tours, wildflower walks, moonlight hikes and geology discussions.