Living the good, VERY LONG life
November 8, 9, & 10
Advanced workshop Nov 11 & 12 - Senzar Symbols & The Fountain of Youth
The Sedona Gathering is an opportunity to interact in-person with fellow Senzar students and to participate in specialized training designed exclusively for this event. The Gathering is open to all. Whether you are new to Senzar trainings, or have been a student for many years, you will enjoy and benefit greatly from this experience.
The focus of this year's Gathering is longevity, and how to shape a personal future that is well worth living.
What's Your Purpose?
There's not much point in extending your lifespan, if you don't have a really good reason (or many) to keep living, and effective support systems in place to make your life physically comfortable.
New research shows that planning and goal setting are keys to positive aging. What goals and action steps do you need to take now to ensure a positive financial future? How about your health? What's on your bucket list that excites the heck out of you? Nothing? Then what can you add to your list that will?
Albert Schweitzer said, "I don't know what your destiny will be, but one thing I know: the only ones among you who will be really happy are those who have sought and found how to serve."
Whether you have another 10, 20, 30, 40, or 50+ years left on this planet, you have the time to make major contributions to the well-being of others (helping people, helping the nature kingdom, helping animals, etc.)? What do you need to do now to shape yourself into a bigger and better contributor?
During the Gathering, you'll be asking yourself some big questions like those above to help you discover many excellent reasons for being alive now and for extending your lifespan if you choose to. You'll also evaluate your current support systems to pinpoint areas where upgrades are needed.
Creating a Longer Life and Staying Fit Enough to Enjoy It
The balance of the Gathering will be filled with loads of great information that can help you extend your lifespan and set the stage for excellent health and all the other support you'll need for an outstanding future. Topics of discussion will include:
Common 'aging' beliefs that shrink human lifespans
How to escape societal programming about the aging process
How to clear inherited belief codes that can trigger decade-driven health conditions as you turn 50, 60, 70, and beyond.
How to discover your current death date and the multiple 'exit potentials' that are available to you
How to adjust your death date to a later time
What telomeres are and how to protect these important end caps of your DNA so you'll live longer and better
Vital action steps (physical, mental, energetic, and spiritual) for keeping your brain, your heart, your eyes, your lungs, your liver, your bones, your teeth, your skin, and other vital body parts in top form
What to do right now if you are already struggling with health issues
Why income and wealth development need to be high on your priority list if you intend to live a long life
Routines to develop now for long-term financial fitness
Other support systems you are likely to need in coming years, including support systems for loves ones (people and pets) who may not stay as healthy or live as long as you do...and more!
Bonus activities during the Gathering this year include yoga classes on Friday and Saturday morning with instructor Ruth Hartung. Ruth is a long-time Senzar student and the director of Sedona's 7 Centers Yoga Arts. You will learn how yoga can help you age positively, and you'll experience an easy-to-do yoga routine that will help you stay flexible, vitalized, and more.
Other bonus activities include a walking mindfulness meditation along the Page Springs Dragon Path on Sunday, and a fun-filled, delectable group dinner on Saturday night at Vince's Little Star restaurant in Cornville.
Registration Fee: $650
Fee includes participation in the 3-day training event, bonus activities, lunch on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and dinner on Saturday night.
Training and field experiences will be conducted in Sedona and Page Springs. You will need your own transportation to get to and from the training locations, or coordinate ride-sharing with other participants.
Getting to Sedona and lodging options:
The nearest airports to Sedona are the Flagstaff airport (1 hour from Sedona) and the Phoenix airport (2 hours from Sedona). From either airport, you'll need to rent a car or book a ride on one of the airport shuttle services. Sedona has scores of lodging options, including hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts, RV parks, camping, self-catering house rentals, and room rentals. For tips and website links to help you with your travel and lodging arrangements, click here
Boost Your Fun Factor
Sedona is one of the most spectacularly beautiful places on our planet. Consider staying an extra day or two to enjoy the area and to make the most of your travel dollars.
Mid-November is a beautiful time of year to visit - perfect for hiking, taking a drive up Oak Creek Canyon to enjoy the autumn colors, visiting the old mining town of Jerome or the awe-inspiring Grand Canyon, or just goofing off and exploring the Uptown Sedona shops or the 40+ art galleries in the city.