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WHAT’S NEW? It’s Summer! Let Your Hair Down!

It is such a positively energizing time of year! Longer days and increased sunshine, more socializing and spending time with family. The summer solstice behind us reminds us to let our hair down and enjoy some calm time for ourselves.  Waking up and enjoying coffee in the sunshine and ending the days with a good book on the deck, are all a part of giving ourselves the freedom to enjoy what this summer has in store for us all.

I find that people are just happier in general and more willing to be open to having some good, old-fashioned fun. I encourage you this week to let your hair down, chill-out and just take it all in each day even if just for a couple of minutes.

Happy Summer!

Blessings & love, Sheri

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The Bosnian Pyramids: A Sacred Spirit Journey
September 29th – October 8th, 2019

 Harness The Energies of the Bosnian Pyramids to accelerate your ascension process, Ignite Your Soul With Passion And Purpose; Awaken To Greater Consciousness. Imagine standing on top of the Sun Pyramid, the tallest Pyramid in the world, where it has been scientifically proven an energy beam spirals up into the sky. Standing in this vortex of electrifying and transformative energies they’ll infuse your mind, body and energy field with the highest vibrations.

Spend time exploring and meditating inside of Ravne, a network of tunnels and chambers running under Visoko Valley believed to connect the pyramids. The Ravne Tunnels contain a high concentration of negative ions which help the body to move into a natural state of health and wholeness physically, mentally, emotionally and spirituality.

Trip Tuition:  $3847 USD double occupancy.A non-refundable deposit of $500 USD is required to reserve your spot. (deposit is applied towards the total trip cost) $540 – single occupancy supplement

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NEPAL: Discover the Peace Within
October 29th – November 7th, 2019

Join Sharee James for this heart-centered tour and retreat exploring the best of authentic Nepalese and Tibetan culture and Himalayan spiritual traditions. This unique package combines yoga and meditation with guided cultural tours, enlightening workshops and unforgettable scenery. Now it is your turn to follow this callingare you ready to heed this call and join us on this incredible, once-in-a-lifetime journey to the Himalayas of Nepal?


You’ll experience being surrounded by stunning vistas throughout the retreat, plus we will take an early morning trip to the top of Sarangkot mountain to view one of the most incredible spectacles in the world: the sun rising over the Himalayas!

Some of the other wonderful highlights are: Fascinating guided tours exploring Buddhist monasteries, Hindu temples, medieval royal squares, as well as hiking to a local village and a visit to a local school, workshops on yogic philosophy and Eastern spirituality to help you release the mental chatter and negative attachments in your mind and bring peace and harmony into your daily life AND a very special lesson with a 4th generation Tibetan sound healer on using Tibetan Singing bowls for healing and meditation!

Trip Tuition:  $3195 USD based on double occupancy – most meals included.

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An Option for Simplicity

A few years ago at this time I had just returned from Bhutan, an amazing little country in Asia located east of Nepal and buttressed against the Himalayas. Yes, Bhutan has incredible landscapes and picturesque temples – but more than that, it has kindly people. Life has a slow pace in Bhutan, computers are not popular, nor are televisions or cars – although cell phones are! Folks work hard on their land and live their lives close to the earth. Young people are exposed to our world and aspire for what is modern but look for ways of incorporating technological times with their beloved ancient ways.

Community is important here and people have a deep respect for each other. You don’t hear cursing in the streets or raised voices. People are not “pissed off” nor do they seem to be at the edge of losing their patience or temper. One day for example, a group of us were taking a photograph of a picturesque door which caused us to momentarily block traffic. The car that we were blocking was filled with monks, and as they drove by, one monk stuck his head out of the window to apologize for interrupting our photography! Now if this happened at home, the driver probably would have honked his horn and cursed us for blocking his way. How refreshing!

I pondered the possible causes of their humility and peace and our lack of patience and self-importance. I saw how over-stimulated we are and how we are constantly searching for peace when the answers are right in front of us. Simplicity is the answer. These people live simple lives. Indeed they work hard on the land, but they have simple lives. They do not have 20 errands to run in a day, hundreds of emails to answer, kids to take to different activities, committee meetings, club agendas, dinner engagements, and piles of other obligations. This kind of life has us all stressed and overwhelmed.

It has come to the point where we don’t even see how busy and complicated we have become as a society. Obviously what we are doing is not working. Antidepressants are at an all time high and people are not happy. Yes, we have lots of stuff and keep buying more stuff, but that strategy isn’t buying us peace. Perhaps it’s time to take advice from a little country who prides itself on Gross National Happiness rather than Gross National Product. Ask yourself if you have to create your life the way you have and what you can eliminate from your day. Perhaps you too might find a bit of inner peace, sanity and quietude.

With all my love! Sheri>Back to top

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