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WHAT’S NEW? Last call for New Zealand!

From Geysers to Glaciers: Tap into the Sacred Soul of New Zealand
November 3–13th, 2015

Spiritual journey to Queensland New Zealand

Open to the sacred magic of your soul as you uncover the wonders of majestic and magical New Zealand. Experience the breathtaking beauty of the country nicknamed “The God Zone” while immersing yourself in meditations and spiritual activities aimed at heightening your intuition and unlocking your spirit.

Make no mistake: this will be a once-in-a-lifetime adventure, one that will rejuvenate your senses and set free your playful and powerful inner child—all while having loads of fun in one of the most magnificent places on the planet! Surrounded by diverse natural wonders, from lush rainforests and sandy beaches to spouting geysers and steaming volcanoes, this journey will pull you into your own vast wonderland of spirit.

Imagine exploring the splendors of unspoiled New Zealand, a jaw-droppingly beautiful country that is home to vibrant cities, volcanic landscapes, peaceful fjords, and whimsical wildlife. Picture yourself cruising through the magnificent, unspoiled wilderness of Doubtful Sound; gazing at playful penguins frolicking on the ice or at a colony of New Zealand fur seals at Ohau Point; strolling through the Waipoua Forest flanked by giant kauri trees; gawking at the world-famous Pohutu Geyser, which shoots up 70 feet into the sky every hour; or marveling at Mother Nature’s light display as you glide silently through the starry, cavebound wonderland called Glowworm Grotto. Trip cost: $5,597 USD per person double occupancy, Single occupancy supplement: $1000 USD – many meals included.

Details for New Zealand on Gayle’s website!

Blessings and love, Sheri Rosenthal xox

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The Messaging Mastery Event!

Messaging Mastery Promo BadgeEver wish you could stand out in your business? Sometimes it feels like you’re swimming in a sea of other entrepreneurs offering similar services. Which is why I’m thrilled to be a guest speaker at my colleague Cheryl Binnie’s online conference…

The Messaging Mastery Event:
Where 13 experts show you how to craft the perfect message and apply their favorite marketing tools to attract the clients you want (and build the life you deserve).
Get the details + your free pass here.

You’ll learn how to…

  • Master your target market – so you can speak to your ideal clients in a way that resonates with them (so they “get” that YOU are the person they need to work with)
  • Infuse your messaging with YOU – because you are what makes your messaging unique.
  • Go the extra mile with your brand, retreats, & legal safety – master these 3 things, and you’re way ahead of everyone else.
  • Get personal by sharing your stories – so your audience can connect with the real you (the person they’re going to want to hire)

It’s free to attend, and YES I am part of this summit – you just have to save your spot here.

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blue-mountainsWhen times get tough the human mind tends to lean towards fear – constantly projecting itself into an uncertain future. To survive this fear, the mind calms and tricks itself into feeling safe – an illusion of control. One of the common ways we do this is by asking endless questions and obtaining information that has absolutely no bearing on creating our dream and is a total waste of our energy, focus, time and personal power.

The need to know is one of the most potent strategies of the ego-mind and while there is a place for acquiring certain information, most of our questions are totally pointless. In our quest for information (rather than wisdom) it doesn’t matter if that information is truth – just having an answer is enough to lull us into a false comfort.

For example, many times I would ask my teacher a question and be satisfied with his answer and accept it as truth. But then an hour later he would say – how do you know if what I told you was truth? Is your mind so easily stupefied? Now that your need to know is satisfied – is all well in the world? Good point – I never saw that behavior in myself! So let’s see if you engage in this type of behavior without awareness. Here are a few questions you can ask yourself:

jellyfishDo you constantly ask questions of people that you do not need to know? For example, most of us are in the habit of asking what people do for a living – but beyond that – do you really need to know all kinds of personal information about someone? Is it really your business? In conversation, do you feel that if you do not ask questions the silence will become uncomfortable? Rather than asking inane questions, consider sharing yourself instead, perhaps talking about an experience in life that made your heart sing.

Finding out personal information will not tell you who a person truly is – only what that person believes about themselves. It’s more important when creating connections with people to know who they are, not who they think they are. When you find out what is in their heart you will learn more about how they dream their life than from trying to interrogate them.

Do you ask a million questions about your surroundings when you are out and about? Asking questions about what is this and what is that will never change your life. It’s not necessary to know every detail of the places you visit. Many of us have gotten into the habit of being hyper-vigilant about our surroundings out of survival. In other words, when we were young we may have had difficult homes and we had to gather information to feel safe. A child growing up in an alcoholic home may have developed the habit of watching everything so they could stay out of the line of fire in case things became violent. But we’re not children anymore and we don’t need to know everything about everything in order to feel safe.

night-skyDo you constantly need to define everything around you to feel alright about where you are in the moment? We have a habit of naming everything around us, defining our surroundings. For example, we might be with a friend and say – “Look at that person, they look so trashy,” or “That store is awful,” “That décor is old fashioned” – and so on.

Once we have categorized everything around us we feel good and safe – we’ve got everything figured out. But do we? Just because you’ve made a story about everything and judged it according to what you believe doesn’t make it truth nor does it make you safer. It just means that you have created a lie to feel okay.

It’s important to know deeply that the entity asking the questions is not you. You are the limitless expression of spirit that is driving your body. When you connect with the power and glory of that – you no longer need to engage in all those extraneous mental activities to feel safe.

Once you know who you are, how can you feel unsafe in a reality that you know you are creating? Only in our ignorance do we feel separate, fearful and victimized by life – because we forget we ARE life. I encourage you to watch yourself and answer these questions honestly, after all – the truth will set you free.

With all my love & blessings. Sheri Rosenthal


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Spiritual Journey to SedonaAmplify Your Energy: A Woman’s Journey into Sedona’s Sacred Vortexes
Trip Leader: Julie Lewin
October 18-24th and October 25-31st 2015

Spiritual Journey to NepalRe-Discover the Treasure Within” A Spiritual Journey in the Himalayas of Nepal
Trip Leader: Sharee James
Oct 28–Nov 6, 2015


Spiritual Journey to SedonaFrom Geysers to Glaciers: Tap into the Sacred Soul of New Zealand
New Zealand
Trip Leader: Gayle Franceschetti
November 3–13th, 2015

Spiritual Journey to NepalMastering the Tao Nature Within
Wudang Mountain, China
Trip Leader: Terry Hodgkinson
Nov 30–Dec 12, 2015

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

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