Woman Arising Event November 10-12 2017 Sedona AZ

November 10-12 2017 Sedona, AZ

Take Advantage of our Special Fall Pricing $295.00 Until October 1st. $360. at the Door.

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I am honored to be a guest speaker and ceremony leader at this event! -Rebekah Two Moons

Join us for Women Arising 2017 in beautiful Sedona, Arizona for a wonderful weekend of initiation into the deep, divine feminine.

Entering its fifth year this event is a powerful opportunity to connect with radiant, successful, and aware women who share the most profound insights, guidance, and sisterhood.

Those who have attended in the past recall the experience as transformational for the soul, the body and for life: “healing,” “uplifting,” “inspiring,” “beyond expectations,” and even, “the most amazing experience I’ve ever had.”

This dynamic and empowering tribal gathering for today’s modern women features some of the world’s most exciting female speakers each bringing gifts of unique guidance for tuning in with our sacred feminine.

Meet Our Speakers…

Women Arising is proud to present and exciting array of Speakers for our 2017 event. Our presenters come from all walks of life and various, differing knowledge bases. They join here together alongside our participants in unity to celebrate the divine feminine in all of us.


 

The Awakening of a New Generation of Wise Woman Elders

If women would love to build their lives and businesses in a creative and sustainable way, Diana is the expert. She is a thought leader when it comes to women’s sexuality and financial abundance. Diana has designed a support system for conscious women in business to stay anchored, fuelled up and highly productive, while they juggle the multiple demands in their lives.

She works globally with conscious women entrepreneurs. Her workshops and events open up a profound understanding for women about themselves to connect them with a power that is far greater than they ever expected.

Diana inspires women with her own rich tapestry of life, her love of beauty, nature, family and the freedom to express all of who she is.


Sandy Rueve, an alchemist of astrology and clay, helps her clients align with their life path, current intentions, and purpose with handmade, astrologically timed talismans. A Spirited Creator. Having studied astrology for nearly two decades, Sandy Rueve hand creates clay beads with precise astrological timing to take on the energies available. Sandy blends art, astrology, and alchemy to help her clients reach their desires thru mindfulness and talismans.

Avani Sukhadia is a student of life, mother, sister, yogini, and life-long Shakti Worshiper. Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner, Certified Holistic Health Practitioner and owner of Authentic Ayurveda of Sedona, specializing in Ayurvedic rejuvenation therapies and Pancha Karma cleansing.

Avani grew up living with traditional  Ayurvedic principles at home with her family.  She has been formally studying and practicing Holistic Medicine since 1998. She has trained with the most respected teachers/gurus in the field including Dr. Vasant Lad, Dr. Mahadavan, Vaidya Ramakant Mishra, Swami Sadashiva Tirtha, and Bharat Shukla.  Avani is a graduate of New York University, The School of Healing Arts, and the American School of Ayurveda.

She is eager to share with you the wisdom of integrating different Ayurvedic practices to connect deeply to your divine feminine.


Sherab “Shey” Khandro’s deepest wish is to nourish and inspire the hearts and minds of others through paintings, sculpture and philosophical reflections focused on art, spirituality and the experiences of modern life.  She invites you to come alive in your own journey through the power of mindfulness and intentionality, exploring the transformative power of universal Love and Compassion.

Born and raised in the United States, Sherab was ordained as a Buddhist nun in the Tibetan tradition for 15 years. Her art and philosophy for living express a blend of the East and the West. A modern woman and one of the early Western artists to receive formal training from Tibetan masters in exile, her art is naturally an expression of the ancient and the contemporary. In her paintings she uses the neo-impressionist style of pointillism, tiny dots of color creating rich and vibrant imagery. Each stroke of the brush holds a prayer of compassion, each dot offered as a jeweled universe, an aspiration to end suffering in the world.


Elizabeth Oakes, Ph.D., is a poet, spiritual writer, and former Shakespeare and Women’s Poetry Professor. Her first book of poems won the 2004 Pearl Poetry Prize, a national award based in California. She is also the author of four other poetry books, the most recent of which is In the Matrix of the Mothers,  A long-time feminist and veteran speaker on Shakespeare, women’s poetry, and women’s pre-history/history, she especially enjoys sharing her poetry and that of other women with female audiences. 

Her workshop will bring the energy of our long suppressed past alive through poetry, chant, and movement. In this interactive, experiential presentation, the hymns that Enheduanna, a high priestess, sung to the moon goddess Inanna, the most powerful deity in Sumeria 5,000 years ago, will resound again. We will also rescue Medusa from her image as a monster. We will welcome these women into our world as muses, mentors, and mothers.


Join Rebekah on a peaceful hike and adventure to a sacred place in Sedona. Here we will hold a Medicine Wheel Ceremony and opening prayer for releasing all that no longer serves us and gratitude for all that we have and that is to come. We call in the ancestors and the blessings of the four directions to assist us on our journey. We drum and sing the medicine songs that will assist you in releasing and healing. Rebekah Two Moons will guide you through a powerful ceremony, prayer and share teachings of the indigenous people that held this land so sacred.


As a Dancer she studied traditional dance and drum of Africa and the African Diaspora. She taught Afro-Brazilian Dance, Samba and dances of the African Diaspora at University of Hawaii Hilo from 2001-2015.


Sarah McLean is a contemporary meditation and mindfulness teacher who has been inspiring people to meditate for over 20 years. With kindness and humor, Sarah shares her secrets to creating a successful meditation practice and how the it can lead to increased self-compassion, clear communication, and a more peaceful life.

She is dedicated to doing what she can to create more peace on this planet, for every living being. She believes that when people learn how to meditate and practice every day, they are able to expand their awareness and cultivate their own personal peace. When each one of us is peaceful, it creates a more peaceful planet for everyone.  She has a 24 year teaching career, and her students come from all walks of life, including Olympic and professional athletes, rock stars, and presidents of Fortune 500 companies, along with moms and dads and even young children.

Sarah is the founder of the Meditation Teacher Academy at the McLean Meditation Institute as

well as a popular facilitator at retreats for the Chopra Center, Esalen Institute, 1440 Multiversity, The Art of Living Retreat Center, and many world-class destinations. She has been interviewed on national television, featured in a variety of award-winning movies, and her work has been touted in the New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Washington Post, and Los Angeles Times.


Valerie “Sanjali” Irons is an artist, sound alchemist and kirtan wallah living in Sedona, AZ. She founded Bhakti Tribe Sedona in 2010, bringing kirtan and devotional music to the Red Rocks of Sedona. She also offers kirtan with her devotional music project “Sanjali Kirtan” and will soon be recording her first cd. As a sound healer, she is immersed in the world of sacred sound. She offers private sessions – “Soundwave Journeys” – using her Soundwave BedTM, as well as Shamanic Breathwork and group breathwork/sound healing journeys. She continues to paint and sculpt, as well as teach “Sacred Creativity” workshops. She is dedicated to divine healing through the arts. She is inspired by divine love and is deeply grateful.


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Woman Arising will be held at Sedona Creative Life Center 333 Schnebly Hill Rd Sedona, AZ 86336

Shamanic Life Coach Training and Certification Now Available!

Hey friends! Finally after many years and what seems like lifetimes of preparing this project for you, it is finally ready. CLICK HERE for all the details and please let me know if you have any questions. Looking forward to sharing this amazing this journey with you…

Sincerely, Rebekah J Simpson

Certified Life Coach and Earth Medicine Practitioner
Founder EMSHA Earth Medicine School of Healing Arts
928.583.4153

Shamanic Journey and Drumming in the Tipi

sedona-shamanic-journey-drumming-in-the-tipiHey friends! Join us every Monday night at 7pm at a magical and beautiful place in Sedona for a fun and healing experience. Go on a guided journey to a sacred place where you will meet your animal spirit guides. Receive guidance and messages that will assist you on your life’s journey. Peaceful, relaxing, fun and healing. RSVP 928.583.4153. Donations lovingly appreciated.

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Sedona Sacred Drum Healing and Shamanic Trainings September 22-26 2016

jim-and-sue-graywolfPeople have asked if Sue and I will be bringing a sacred drums healing ceremony to this retreat. Yes. Of course! Our big drum, Hoop of Many Colors, has been working with us as a healing drum for 7 years – from the heart of Stonehenge to Solebury to the Scottish coast to points all over the U.S. We will be working with Her and the other healing drums we have used from reservations to cities to mountain tops.
Jim has travelled around the globe for 35 years living with and learning from indigenous elders. He is gypsy – Italian – by birth and adopted by his Lakota family and Mayan family. He has also learned from Aborigine, Garifuna (African) and Celtic. Now he knows it is the time to share.

grandmother-drum-white-eagle-jim-and-sue-graywolf-in-sedonaOption 1: Sedona Sacred Drum Healing & Shamanic Trainings

Thursday, Sept. 22 – Fall Equinox
Retreat day at Kimberly Barrick’s ranch
Healing drum ceremony and clearing with Hoop of Many Colors
Shamanic teachings of several indigenous people
Special evening drumming and ceremony to welcome in the Equinox

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Retreat day 2 at Kimberly Barrick’s
Hoop of Many Colors healing and rebirth ceremony
Shamanic medicine; Desert medicine; Sacred places

$123 per person for both days and ceremony
$33 per person for evening Equinox ceremony only
Limited space! – 23 people only for the two-day package

Option 2: Sacred Sedona Places, Teachings and Ceremonies

Saturday, Sept. 24
The Wisdom Lodge; Hike and Ceremony
Clearing and healing with drums and flutes
Pipe ceremony and the teachings of the Lodge area

Sunday, Sept. 25
The Birthing Cave with flutes and healing drum procedures to open new channels
Into the Birthing Cave; The Medicine Wheel; The Sacred Circle of Stones
Mayan rebirth ceremony at the medicine wheel

Monday, Sept. 26
Shaman’s Lodge and Dome
Hike in and time in the lodge
Medicine Animal Pipe atop the Dome
Healing procedures finish and inner balance
Aboriginal Dream Ceremony

$135 per person
Space limited – 23 people maximum

To reserve and pay for a space – go to www.sotem.org
Hit any donate button and pay for the program(s) of your choice
Be sure to say which programs you are choosing when that box appears
or call Jim or Sue at 970-484-1286
or Kimberly Barrick at 928-301-8848
for more information

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New Zealand Maori Healers Coming to Sedona in March 2016!

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Maori healers are coming to Sedona in March 2016 to present their healing and spiritual work and tradition. Their special healing bodywork is very powerful and direct and helps works on all levels of human levels. A type of deep tissue massage, acupressure and spiritual guidance that works on the nervous system, tendons and bones to release toxins, stress, pain, fatigue, old traumas and painful memories from our cell memory.

Maori are the indigenous people of New Zealand which in Maori language means Aotearoa. Maori healers (Maori Healers) carried out intuitively “scan” deep work with your body’s tissue and energy balance, which, according to many is very deep and allows for transformation.

maori healers in sedona march 2016Te Reia Oomai or Maori medicine (treatment) represents a natural way of healing methods by ancient Maori tradition, which continues through oral tradition from one generation to the next only to specially selected family members. Maori treatment involves working with the body (body work), which in most cases means a deep massage (Roma Roma), energy and spiritual guidance, support (Mirimiri) and use of medicine Maori (Maori Rongoa).

Maori massage technique of acupressure is very deep massage where pressure is applied to the nervous system, the tendons, bones and muscles. By this the body is released of toxins, stress; Pain and fatigue are released is removed. Even very old traumas and painful memories from our cellular memory cells are dissolved and re-filled with positive energy and vitality. You will experience the natural state of your being, which is very important for further treatment.

How can Maori treatment help you?

In general, people are not conscious of energies that are stopped or blocked in our body. These blockages prevent us to build up life as we want. We start with good intentions, but we often fail to stay on this path for a long time. We become trapped with no ideas about what you want. It is often very difficult to locate our own blockade.

Captured energy in most cases takes the form of the disease. Symptoms can manifest themselves physically, emotionally and mentally. Most of these symptoms is caused because the body is not in equilibrium with the feelings and emotions that we have.

Maori healer work on a physical and energetic level. Intuitively, through clairvoyance searches trapped energy and then communicates with the body. On the part of the body where energy is trapped adds energy or cause pressure. It uses their hands or forearm, sometimes elbows. For small and specific points, such as points on your feet, they use a green stone called Pounamu.

During treatment, sees himself as an instrument through which operates Higher Force . Blocks and emotion that touches them Maori healer can no longer hide the body and find a way out of the body, they come to the surface and the body can be eliminated.

maori loveDuring treatments, we encourage you to release directly through personal, physical and natural way of expression, such as. screaming, crying or laughing. These are confusing emotions that up to this point have been expressed, and now came the moment of liberation.

Maori treatment can sometimes be experienced as a very emotional and painful. Physical and mental pain lasts for a very short time. It shows us how much pain we accept in our everyday lives. The length of the actual pressure depends on our willingness to let old things. Resistance is nothing more than the fear that comes from our mind and not the body; body just wants to be liberated.

Maori healers working in a group and it may happen that you will be treated at the same time from multiple healers. More people are also dealt with in the same room. During the treatments healers often sing and pray; they also laugh a lot and help you to free yourself from ourselves. For all the people in the room present a strong sense of connection, which can also be seen as an awakening of happiness and joy.

Each treatment is completely different. Everyone has their own personal way and the way of liberation and achieving peace. However, all have in common the fact that the intensive penetrates into the core of the problem, and is directly confronted with him.
Dropping and liberation is usually done between treatments, but can take several hours, even days or weeks. Depending on how fast you are willing to surrender your new personal situation.

A brief description of their intuitive “scaning” of the body and work with your body’s deep tissues (deep tissue bodywork):

Mirimiri
Mirimiri is one form of work on body, where the intuitive abilities of therapist are in foreground.
In addition to the work and knowledge that would traditionally have to demonstrate in front of the old masters, the therapist may also have the ability to “read” folds, curves, lines, signs and wells on the body. During the process mirimiri therapist investigate the body and determine the sites that need to be treated. Even if the client talks, he is looking for unspoken, unknown or forgotten. In therapy, the therapist receives “messages” and helps to establish physical connections to those places where the cells begin to deteriorate and lose the essence of life. The therapist evokes the wisdom that is stored in the body in so-called “codes of knowledge” (nga Kete about this wananga), and helps the client to activate processes that regenerate vital energy (calming word means “regenerate”).

Romiromi
In places where it is necessary to work with your body’s deep tissue, romiromi is activated. Ro means “go inside”, “mi” means to promote molecules in cells, allowing the decomposition and release of toxins that are calcified .
In the process of romiromi we can use elbows, hands, knees, feet, sticks, stones and sea water.
There can be more therapist working on one client. Deeply buried emotions can come to the surface during the therapy. From Emotional experiences arises physical, psychological or mental illness.
Activation of whatu-manawa (heart size) assists therapist in identifying individual toxic problems that hinder an individual, and prevents prolonged conflict in which he finds himself. When these problems come to the surface, the therapist performed whaka Watea (to clean the room), which enables holistic healing and transformation.

The Maori are also active in the field of…
• Natural medicine
• Correcting the imbalances of the body, muscles, tissues, bones
• Balancing and strengthening joints and ligaments
• Holistic well-being, fitness and health
• Sexual Awareness and healing of sexual records and injuries
• Liberation of lost souls and spirits
• Cleaning landscapes and spaces
• Clean up “dragon” lines
• Exorcism

MAORI SESSIONS (Treatments)
Maori session last somewhere between 35-50 minutes.
Price: $130.
We are pre-booking sessions, space is limited, reserve now! Email Igor_Strucelj@yahoo.com

MAORI EVENING PRESENTATION
Maori most often when they come to an area (city) first have an evening lecture which is about 1,5 to 2 hour long. First they represent themselves, their culture and their work. They always sing sacred Maori songs in evenings and mostly answer questions from the guests.
Price: donations

MAORI WORKSHOPS
Maori have different kind workshops to offer.
Lately they focus on two workshops; Sacred Divine Restoration and Ancient Safety and Tracking Energie Lines.
Workshops are usually about 3 hours.
Price: $80.

MAORI TEAM
Visit their official web page and read more about who they are and what they do… www.maorihealingaotearoa.com

Sedona New Moon Ceremony

Will you be in Sedona on the new moon? Join us for a New Moon Spiritual Journey Drumming Meditation in the tipi or out on the healing red rocks and learn sacred teachings and ancient Native ways with local Native Rebekah Two Moons. The new moon is all about releasing and setting new goals. This is a powerful ceremony for those who want to heal from the past and create a fun new future!

Introduction to Life Coaching October 19th 2015

Seminar - Flier Life Coach TrainingPresented by Sedona Coaching Company
Join us for a fun, educational and FREE event. Are you interested in learning more about Life Coaching, Becoming a Coach, refreshing your Life Coaching skills, adding Life Coaching techniques to your current therapy, or counseling practice, or to invest in your own personal growth?
Rebekah has been practicing and teaching Life Coaching since 2007. Her knowledge and experience in the field has inspired her to educate the world about Life Coaching. She will answer all your questions and share a powerful life coaching exercise during the event. It will be fun!
September 21st and October 19th 2015 6pm to 8pm
Sedona Creative Life Center in the Art Cabin. 333 Schnebly Hill Road Sedona, AZ 86336
Contact Rebekah J Simpson for more information 928.284.8267 or rebekahjsimpson@gmail.com
www.SedonaCoachingCompany.com

Introduction to Life Coaching Sept 21st 2015

Seminar - Flier Life Coach TrainingPresented by Sedona Coaching Company
Join us for a fun, educational and FREE event. Are you interested in learning more about Life Coaching, Becoming a Coach, refreshing your Life Coaching skills, adding Life Coaching techniques to your current therapy, or counseling practice, or to invest in your own personal growth?
Rebekah has been practicing and teaching Life Coaching since 2007. Her knowledge and experience in the field has inspired her to educate the world about Life Coaching. She will answer all your questions and share a powerful life coaching exercise during the event. It will be fun!
September 21st and October 19th 2015 6pm to 8pm
Sedona Creative Life Center in the Art Cabin. 333 Schnebly Hill Road Sedona, AZ 86336
Contact Rebekah J Simpson for more information 928.284.8267 or rebekahjsimpson@gmail.com
www.SedonaCoachingCompany.com

Sedona New and Full Moon Events 2013

See Calendar for New and Full Moon Events

2013 New Moon Full Moon
January New 11 Full 26
February  New 10 Full 25
March  New 11 Full 27
April  New 10 Full 25
May New Full 24
June  New 8 Full 23
July New 8 Full 22
August New Full 20
September New 5 Full 19
October New 4 Full 18
November New Full 17
December  New 2 Full 17

 

Historically, the Native Americans who lived in the area that is now the northern and eastern United States kept track of the seasons by giving distinctive names to the recurring full Moons. Each full Moon name was applied to the entire lunar month in which it occurred. These names, and some variations, were used by the Algonquin tribes from New England to Lake Superior. The Native American names below are linked to the months in the Gregorian calendar to which they are most closely associated.

Month Name Description
January Full Wolf Moon This full Moon appeared when wolves howled in hunger outside the villages. It is also known as the Old Moon. To some Native American tribes, this was the Snow Moon, but most applied that name to the next full Moon, in February.
February Full Snow Moon Usually the heaviest snows fall in February. Hunting becomes very difficult, and hence to some Native American tribes this was the Hunger Moon.
March Full Worm Moon At the time of this spring Moon, the ground begins to soften and earthworm casts reappear, inviting the return of robins. This is also known as the Sap Moon, as it marks the time when maple sap begins to flow and the annual tapping of maple trees begins.
April Full Pink Moon This full Moon heralded the appearance of the moss pink, or wild ground phlox—one of the first spring flowers. It is also known as the Sprouting Grass Moon, the Egg Moon, and the Fish Moon.
May Full Flower Moon Flowers spring forth in abundance this month. Some Algonquin tribes knew this full Moon as the Corn Planting Moon or the Milk Moon.
June Full Strawberry Moon The Algonquin tribes knew this Moon as a time to gather ripening strawberries. It is also known as the Rose Moon and the Hot Moon.
July Full Buck Moon Bucks begin to grow new antlers at this time. This full Moon was also known as the Thunder Moon, because thunderstorms are so frequent during this month.
August Full Sturgeon Moon Some Native American tribes knew that the sturgeon of the Great Lakes and Lake Champlain were most readily caught during this full Moon. Others called it the Green Corn Moon or the Grain Moon.
September Full Corn Moon This full Moon corresponds with the time of harvesting corn. It is also called the Barley Moon, because it is the time to harvest and thresh the ripened barley. The Harvest Moon is the full Moon nearest the autumnal equinox, which can occur in September or October and is bright enough to allow finishing all the harvest chores.
October Full Hunter’s Moon This is the month when the leaves are falling and the game is fattened. Now is the time for hunting and laying in a store of provisions for the long winter ahead. October’s Moon is also known as the Travel Moon and the Dying Moon.
November Full Beaver Moon For both the colonists and the Algonquin tribes, this was the time to set beaver traps before the swamps froze, to ensure a supply of warm winter furs. This full Moon was also called the Frost Moon.
December Full Cold Moon This is the month when the winter cold fastens its grip and the nights become long and dark. This full Moon is also called the Long Nights Moon by some Native American tribes.

Note: The Harvest Moon is the full Moon that occurs closest to the autumnal equinox. It can occur in either September or October. At this time, crops such as corn, pumpkins, squash, and wild rice are ready for gathering.

Info Source: http://www.almanac.com/moon/full/AZ/Phoenix