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WHAT’S NEW? Happy Labor Day!

As August wraps up we quickly approach Labor Day- a signal of summer’s end, to many Americans.  Though we often celebrate Labor Day many of us are unfamiliar with it’s origins, so I thought I’d share an excerpt from the Department of Labor’s website:

Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country.”

For generations people have worked hard to make this country the best it can be. May you think of them this holiday weekend and challenge yourself to think of the impact you’re making.

Blessings & love, Sheri

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India: The Magic of Rajathan
February 28 – March 9, 2018

To embrace the soul of India is to embrace her unpredictability. India is an unmatched land of inspiration and frazzling journeying where you will encounter every emotion.

But, it is that wide swath of experience that makes it a cultural wonderment with sacred spirituality, devotional celebrations, and a moment by moment all-sensory adventure.

One would have to devote several lifetimes to see it all. Undeniably, having been there will expand your worldview forever.

Join David Ault on an unprecedented journey of site, sound, taste and majestic mystery as we traverse the land many call the cradle of civilization, where unity in diversity continues breathing life into the paradox of modern and ancient cultures.

Trip tuition: $3,495 USD based on double occupancy, single occupancy: $4,490 USD.

Details for the India trip!

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Mastering the Tao Nature Within:
Wudang Mountain, China
November 6–18th, 2017

wudang-chinaJoin Terry Hodgkinson for a powerful journey to China where you’ll learn ancient methods for inner balance. We’ll be focusing on the art of Tai Chi, which will bring clarity and calm to your mind.

The art of Qigong will be introduced into your lifestyle, enabling you to find your true self and place in this world. And Taoist meditation will clear your energy body and have you feeling more rooted to the earth.

Wudang is located in Central China’s Hubei Province and this location houses thousands of years of Taoist practice. The atmosphere is ripe with Tao and finding your inner Tao is easily grasped in this ancient place with so much support. The complex was specially designed to fit the Taoist principle of harmony between man and nature.

Magnificent buildings of ancient Chinese design and thought and are located all over the mountain and there are more than 2,000 Palaces and Temples, making this complex the world’s largest Taoist center.

Trip tuition: $2,497 USD based on double occupancy, single occupancy: $3,197 USD – many meals included.

Details for China!

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Shifting with Shaman:
Seeing with your Heart in Peru
June 28th – July 7, 2018

Are you ready for REAL transformation? Yearning to reclaim your health, vitality and connection with Mother Earth? Ready to embrace your infinite potential through ancient and modern shamanic ceremony?

Sensing the powerful crystal-grid energies beneath your feet, your heart pounds with excitement. In this moment, surrounded by the magical qualities of the sacred site of Machu Picchu, you can feel yourself absorbing the potent light that is beginning to awaken all of humanity.

Inhaling the sweet, pungent scent of sage as the smoke is swirling around you cleanses your auric field. You take in the light and the steady beat of the drum and rattle, as you begin to travel within yourself, deep within your heart. There, aligning with your own truth, you clearly feel for the first time the very source of your own personal power and intention. If this resonates with you then join Cara Andershock in Peru!

Trip tuition: $4497 USD based on double occupancy, single occupancy: $5192 USD.

Details for Peru!

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The Pursuit of Happiness?

We invest a lot of money and time in the pursuit of happiness. We buy pretty things to decorate our homes, spend time with friends and family, and go on vacations to relax, but something is still missing.

We have hectic, stressful lives that we don’t know how to change, as we have no role models for a different kind of life. It’s like one big insane asylum with billions of people searching for something that seems to remain elusive no matter how hard we try.

The problem is that we’re looking outside of us for the solution.

We keep trying to change everything out there, to make it better and better. But it isn’t what’s out there that needs to be addressed; instead, the agreements we have with ourselves that drive the choices we make. All of our answers lie deep within the programming of our minds.

By having clarity, we can see the beliefs that are contributing to the creation of drama, stress and suffering in our lives and in society. This is the prison that can keep us trapped in unfulfilling, treadmill-type lives. Just because everyone else is living this way doesn’t mean we have to follow suit.

Leave your hectic life for a few minutes, take a walk in the sunshine, and ask yourself what drama (in your own mind) you can eliminate from your life and what actions you can take right now to make your life better!

With all my love! Sheri

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Visit our Trips at a Glance page.

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