Important Information for the Sedona Aramaic Yeshua Retreat

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SedonaNestled in Oak Creek Canyon along the lush banks of Oak Creek, the Briar Patch Inn invites you to nurture your relationship with nature. At the base of the surrounding red rock mountains, the spring fed waters of Oak Creek create a healing, magical oasis – the perfect setting for the Briar Patch – a quiet blending of 9 acres, 19 cottages, majestic canyon oaks, dappled sunlight, squirrels, sheep, and a caring staff.

Healthy breakfasts of fresh home-baked breads and muffins, crunchy granola, yogurt, fresh fruits and juices, eggs in the shell, coffee and herbal teas can be enjoyed by the fireside in the lodge, or on a tray at your cottage, or best of all, creekside!

What’s Included:

  • 5 breakfasts are included in this itinerary.
  • Five nights at the Briar Patch Inn your choice of single, semi-private double, semi-private single occupancy.
  • All spiritual teachings, guided hikes, classes and meditations with Dale Allen Hoffman.
  • Aramaic Healing Circle with Annointing and Sacred Water Healing Ceremonies.
  • Stillpoint/Samadhi Breathwork instuction.

What’s Not-Included:

  • Personal items such as phone calls, laundering services and souvenir shopping!
  • Your round-trip air flight to and from Phoenix, and your rental car or shuttle van to and from Sedona are not-included.
  • Bring some cash for tipping for your room maids (we suggest $1.00 USD per person per night), additional fabulous massage services, facials, hot or cold stone therapies, healing energy treatments, and optional sweat lodge.

Sedona Spiritual JourneyStillpoint/Samadhi Breathwork: Developed by Dr. Michael Ryce, StillPoint Breathing is one of the most profound healing tools you will ever experience. It inspires deep, exponential, process-oriented growth quickly. StillPoint is the “hovering” space, prior to individual consciousness, before the creation of all thought forms including emotions, feelings, ideas, ideas, feelings, beliefs and identity.

Aramaic Healing Circle with Annointing and Sacred Water Healing Ceremonies: The Aramaic Healing Circle is a profound fusion of meditation, conscious breathwork, ancient Aramaic teachings, vocal intonations and practices to nurture awareness and cultivate deep release. Focus is on the release and transmutation of energies and beliefs which conceal the true nature of our inherent Divinity. Dale unfolds deepening layers of exercises, breathing practices, ancient Aramaic intonations and prayers to help pierce the veil of what Yeshua (Jesus) called our Temple (Aramaic Hykhla) and to consciously experience what He called Enana, or, “The I within the I.” The process climaxes with The Sacred Water Healing Ceremony accompanied by a deeply profound musical soundtrack. The Sacred Water Healing Ceremony is a powerful opportunity to wholly let go of and release anything that is blocking the natural expression of our true Light.

Regarding hiking: There is mild walking/hiking on this trip – but it’s not for the exercise or speed, as much as for the spiritual experience and challenge of what we can and cannot do. Level 2-3 activity rating (out of 5)

How To Get to Sedona:

Please fly into Phoenix early enough to be able to arrive at the Center by 4:00pm the latest that way we can have our opening ceremony by 5:00pm. If everyone ends up coming in later due to flight schedules we will simply start our ceremony later! Figure that it will take you approximately 2.5 hours to drive from Phoenix to the center. (The van companies are: Sedona Shuttle, Ace Express and Extra Mile.) Going home leave enough time for that drive plus 2 hours lead time at the airport. You can share rides if you get your flight info to us – we can see who is arriving and when and match you up if you like.

Feel free to make your own flights, but please confirm them with us before booking. If you need help – no worries, Ales in Custom Travel is our travel guru – feel free to ring him at: 604-204-0444 or email him and it will be his pleasure to assist you!

Keep in Mind:

The actual schedule of spiritual teachings and what we will be doing day to day is not published so we can be in the moment. Every day will be a magical experience for all of us, so keep your heart and mind open to the experience life brings us. Due to the remote areas we are traveling to, weather, bad roads and other unseen obstacles may cause us to make changes in our itinerary.


1 Comment

  1. Shellie Enteen says:

    What are you suggesting participants do for the other two meals a day?
    Personally think this is the best time of year to be in Sedona…


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