Time: July 11, 2009 at 10am to July 18, 2009 at 10pm
Location: Sedona and Northern Arizona
Street: Sedona, Cornville, Wupatki, Hopi Mesa, Antelope Canyon, Grand Canyon
Website or Map: http://www.worldviewz.net
Event Type: southwest, journey, connecting, with, indigenous, culture, &, the, land.
Organized By: Tara Singh & Robert Dakota
Latest Activity: Jun 10, 2009
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Arizona Southwest Journey
Following Living in the Heart Workshop July 11-18, 2009
A MINIMUM OF 10 REGISTERED PARTICIPANTS IS REQUIRED TO CONDUCT THIS JOURNEY
Breakfasts are included and some other meals.
This Southwest Journey will bring you in intimate connection with indigenous culture, traditional Native American ceremony and experiences, as well as being in the extra-ordinary nature of the Sedona and greater Southwest.
See more details at:
or email Robert Dakota
email@example.com for a detailed
For those of you going to the airport you can take the Sedona – Phoenix shuttle which leaves from the hotel (Sedona Super 8) at various times during the day. Please go to http://www.sedona-phoenix-shuttle.com/ for your reservations.
Note: This itinerary is subject to change should unforeseen circumstances arise that are out of our control. Please be flexible.
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org Robert Dakota
Phone: 416-595-9535 Tara Singh
Mailing Address: World ViewZ LLC,
PO Box 687, Sedona, AZ 86339
Our first day will be spent with
Vernon Foster & His Wife Leitha
on their land they will guide us in learning drumming, songs, creating a medicine wheel and sweat lodge, which we will sweat in at the end of the evening with more drumming, ssinging before entering the new sweat lodge. Following with the ever famous potluck feast. Everyone will participate in a potluck ceremonial feast and have the opportunity to stay on the land where we will sleep under the deep night sky of Sedona. The stars will be shining.
Native American Tradition
The Buffalo Heart Project is managed and directed by Vernon Foster "Thunder He Walks With" (Klamath/Modoc)and is a vision of he and his wife, Leitha "Defender Woman" (Lakota).
Buffalo Heart is located on the banks of Oak Creek as it meanders through Cornville, Arizona. "Thunder He Walks With" has recreated a wonderfully peaceful environment that consists of Sweat Lodges, a Long House, Medicine Wheels and a clear sparkling pond.
You are cordially invited, as many others have from around the world, to join us for spiritual "passages", Native American "teachings" and experiences involving Mother Earth as passed down from the Elders.
For more information on the Buffalo Heart Project go to: