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WHAT’S NEW? Happy Holidays!

I want to wish you and yours an amazing holiday season! I pray for peace on earth, food on everyone’s table, health, a decent home to keep warm in, and a way for everyone to make a living.

Blessings & love, Sheri

Happy Holidays

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Here’s our line-up for this coming year – we’ll be adding more trips as the year goes on!

Ayahuasca & Ayni in the Andes with Dennis McKenna: Peru
January 6-16th, 2016

Spiritual Journey Peru

The sacred condor in Peru

A Spiritual Adventure to Machu Picchu + Sacred Valley: Peru
March 31st-April 9th, 2016

Women’s Journey to Malta’s Sacred Goddess Temples
April 28 – May 5, 2016

Machu Picchu & the Sacred Valley, A Journey to the Heart of Peru
May 22-31, 2016

The Land of Legends: Wales, Celtic Britain
May 24th-June 2nd, 2016

Sacred England: Mysteries of Sacred Sites Tour
July 20th – 28th, 2016

Crop Circles + Summer Lectures Intensive: Sacred Britain
July 28 – August 1, 2016

The Magic of Celtic Country: Sacred Ireland
August 16-25, 2016

Highlands and Mystical Islands: Sacred Scotland
Sept 16-24 + 25-27, 2016 Orkney Islands Mysteries Revealed extension

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Join me in Sedona with don Miguel Ruiz!
April 8-10th, 2016

Here’s an exciting opportunity you’re NOT going to want to miss!

sedonaI’m honored to have the opportunity to be co-teaching with don Miguel Ruiz at his Sedona event April 8-10th: The Gathering of the Shamans!

We’ll be at the beautiful Sedona Mago Retreat Center surrounded by red monoliths, Native American ruins and majestic mountains, the Retreat Center offers 163 acres of beautifully landscaped land honoring Mother Earth’s treasures. Designed to work with the natural healing energy of Sedona, you can relax and rejuvenate body, mind, and spirit.

This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to retreat from your usual patterns of living and learn how to harness your inner power in entirely new ways. You will return to your life with fresh vision and know how to create your own reality as the work of art it was meant to be.

Your ticket to this event includes the entire program of sessions with all of the teachers (myself included) and full room-and-board in Sedona Mago’s comfortable quarters. You will enjoy the entire spectrum of this retreat’s amenities—all included in the cost of your tuition!

Each shared room includes separate beds. If chosen, you may tell us with whom you wish to share a room, or, if you are attending alone, the Retreat reservation staff will match you with another attendee of the same gender.

Early Bird Tuition – $997
(good from October 15 – December 31, 2015)

Regular Tuition – $1,397
(good from January 1 – March 15, 2016)

Late Registration – $1,597
(after March 16th if space still available)

This event is already half sold-out so if you are interested I would REGISTER NOW!

See you there! Blessings, Sheri


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ForgivenessSince we were little we have had the concept of forgiveness drummed in our heads. Whether it was from our religious teachers, parents or the school teacher, by the time we were teens many of us had our fill of forgiveness. It seemed more like a torture than something that was supposed to be a blessing. As adults we know we are supposed to forgive, but most of us have lost the true benefit of forgiveness and the reason for doing so.

The traditional way of looking at forgiveness was to relieve ourselves of carrying the burden of pain and suffering that resulted from the actions of others. For example, let’s say my best friend spoke badly about me to our group of friends and created a whole drama. As a result I took the whole thing personally and became angry with her. Now every time I see her I want to scream at her for the damage she created in my life.

Normally I would forgive her because I would finally realize she was doing what she thought was best, even if it was a hurtful action. I would not want to have the experience of getting mad at her every time I would see her, so letting the whole thing go benefits me and my blood pressure, and her because she is no longer at risk of me killing her.

When we forgive in this way we are always in the process of forgiveness because we are always in the process of judging the words and actions of everyone around us. So in the end, this kind of repetitive forgiveness is not very effective. The most common definition of forgiveness is this: forgiveness is the act of pardoning or excusing oneself or another without harboring resentment. But this is the key – what if we no longer judged people or ourselves in the first place? Then we would not need to pardon or excuse them would we?

The judgment that our ego-minds puts forth all day long is the problem. We constantly perceive our surroundings and compare and analyze them according to what we believe and know to be true. When we do that we are always making the actions of others or even ourselves right and wrong, or good and bad. As soon as we condemn ourselves or others we have the emotional reaction of pain and suffering. So why bother going through this whole process of perception, analysis, condemnation and then forgiveness? Why not just learn to perceive directly without the input of the belief system?

forgivenessIf we perceived directly, we would not need to pardon or excuse anything. We would simply observe someone is taking an action that we either enjoy or do not enjoy. If we do not enjoy the outcome (like in the example of my friend) rather than condemning the person for their actions which does not accomplish anything (like me wanting to kill her) – we can take an action to shift our reality.

When we approach a person without the energy of anger and condemnation they do not feel like they have to defend themselves. When we get angry at another person, that immediately creates the feeling of guilt within them. No person wants to feel guiltily because they associate the feeling of guilt with punishment and we do not like that experience having been domesticated with reward and punishment.

To avoid feeling guilty, we immediately project that away from us and put the blame on the other person. If I came at my friend in that example with anger, she would have to defend herself so that she would not have to feel guilty. But if I was not angry with her, then she would have the opportunity to hear me out and she might be open to change her action and make amends.

So there is a great benefit to not judging in the first place and avoiding the whole middle process of getting upset. If we took all that personal power that we invested in our fear-based emotional reactions and put that into positive action – the world would certainly be a better place.

The bottom line is this: we must forgive for our judgment against others. People are always going to do what they do and it isn’t always what we want wish or hope for. So rather than getting angry let’s take action to make the situation better, rather than trying to make someone else feel guilty.

In this holiday season may you be blessed and keep your open and loving heart, Sheri Rosenthal

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Spiritual Ayahuasca Journey to PeruAyahuasca & Ayni in the Andes with Dennis McKenna
Peru – LAST CALL!!!!!
Trip Leader: Dennis McKenna
January 6-16th, 2016


Spiritual Journey to PeruA Spiritual Adventure to Machu Picchu + Sacred Valley
Trip Leader: Carol Cumes
March 31st-April 9th, 2016

Want to see our whole line-up for the upcoming year?
Visit our Trips at a Glance page.

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