Sending Good Vibes to the timeline ~~ Turn up the volume to enjoy this Sound Healing Meditation 👁🔮✨
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My trip to the Grand Canyon this week was absolutely incredible!
The Grand Canyon is more than just a view, more than just a two-dimensional landscape. There are so many ways to explore Grand Canyon. It is a virtual classroom. The diversity there is unparalleled. I think many people arrive at the Canyon and they find their way to the first view point. They look down into this landscape and feel that they have experienced Grand Canyon, but what they’re missing out on is the opportunity to really explore the Canyon. It’s crazy to think that evidence of human life in the Grand Canyon extends back thousands of years. They say some of the first explorers arrived on the rim, looked down, and they saw it as lifeless, and undesirable, a place that no one would ever visit intentionally. Those expeditions opened up the opportunity for artists and photographers to capture the imagery of Grand Canyon and share it with the world. Most importantly, what the Grand Canyon taught me is to slow down, to take it all in, to get to know what is beyond the reaches of the road, and look deep within the canyon itself and find that sense of discovery in yourself and that sense of wildness in that place. It’s not just the canyon. It’s the GRANDEST CANYON.
RV Park Review:⭐️⭐️
Overview: We stayed a little over a month, and while it was generally a decent stay, our experience was tarnished by a rude phone call and an unannounced long-term pool/hot tub closure with no apologies.
1️⃣ We booked one month + 3 days here, on the first of the three extra days I received a call from the front desk and answered to an angry question: “Are you planning on leaving anytime soon?!” It was clear she thought we were squatting, so I explained that we did book 1 month + 3 days and that the person who booked us said she had to book it as two separate stays b/c of their booking system’s limitations. It appeared that she realized that she was wrong and that we were in fact still booked on the site, but she never changed her tone, apologized, or even made a slight suggestion that she was in error and a complete a** hole.👎🏼
2️⃣ We chose this park, in part, because they had an amazing hot tub and pool. We enjoyed it almost every day for the first 2 weeks, and then one freezing night we scurried over to the pool area to see a sign that said it was closed for repair. We were so bummed, but hoped it’d be a quick fix. I went into the office the next day to find out when it’d be back up and running and learned it was closed indefinitely as they were completely refinishing the pool area. Now I realize maintenance and updates are necessary, but surely this was planned in advance and yet we weren’t informed when we were booking, when we checked in, or when the work started... and if we had we might have made other arrangements.👎🏼
▪️Hot tub/pool when in service
▪️15-30 min drive to Sedona, Cottonwood (with parks impossible to get into for extended stays)
▪️Clean park, garbage pick up
▪️Club house and bathrooms were nice
▪️Small fitness center
▪️Near Cliff Castle casino and Montezuma’s Castle
▪️Neon casino sign lights up your RV w/ flashing lights at night
▪️Super close campsites
▪️Neighbors who play bagpipes every day for 1.5 hours
Above average hair days, good vibes, great company 🌵✌
Day 1: The village locksmith saved the day after TSA locked my luggage lock that I did not have keys to... which turned out to be a great, unexpected way to see Old Town Scottsdale
Day 2: Mountaintop Yoga Hike, need I say more? 🙏
Day 3: Sedona. My gawd Sedona. Up there on my list of favorite places I have been. Closed the day with sunset in cacti heaven at the Pheonix desert botanical gardens
Day 4: Pheonix zoo and best food of the trip at @theparlorpizzeria 🤤
Would highly recommend our AirBnB @villaparadisophoenix if anyone is looking to travel to the Pheonix area! • #arizona#sedona#cacti#sistertrip#wanderlust#blessed#airbnb#villaparadiso
If you would have told me a year and a half ago that I would soon meet the guy that would make me fall for him so fast that I felt psycho, shares my dreams, would change my mind on marriage and what I believed in, that everything comes easy with, that I would meet this guy salsa dancing at a gay bar and break all my rules and let him have my number.. I would have laughed, rolled my eyes, and said not even a possibility.
Life continues to surprise me and I swear it loves making things happen that I say "never" to. Even if it is scary at first I am grateful for the twists and turns, the unexpected, the things that prove me wrong and keep me on my toes. I am thankful for my soul sister/best friend for having a big part in this, our once in a blue moon dance nights and her ability to somehow always know what I want and need before I do.
I'm excited to see where the twists and turns will continue to take us!
9161 hour ago
Sedona Arizona is an amazing spot to visit. Did a little hiking mostly just walking since Arizona has blessed me with the worst allergies I have had in several years but I’m not complaining. It was a picture perfect day!! #sedonaarizona#sedona#arizona#blueskies
Sedona is magical. Probably one of my favorite day trips so far. Went for a hike, caught some sunshine, ate some interesting food, and soaked in the beauty of these red rocks❤️ PS. McDonald’s M sign is teal in Sedona so the yellow doesn’t clash. I personally think Teal looks so much better! 😍
1661 hour ago
Its Sunday for relax, reset and restore for the coming week.
4:30pm Restorative Yoga
6:00pm Restore Yoga Nidra
Ending our class with a mantra I reconnected with in my visit to The Amitabha Stupa and Peace Park in the stunning red rock country of Sedona, Arizona.
Its a place for meditation and spiritual renewal near Thunder Mountain where I picniced with my love and climb some rocks to the top for more spiritual awaking connecting to source.
Here is the mantra we will recite as Universal compassion and love to everyone. Om Mani Padme Hum is a well-loved Buddhist mantra commonly translated as, "The jewel is in the lotus." At the stupa we used the prayer wheels to send our mantra out into the universe. It was a beautiful, magical, vibrational experience. Literally my arms and chest vibrated with energy.
I hope to continue to share this with you tonight. 🌵💖🕉