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Sedona Mago Retreat has a booth at the Psychic Fair on Sunday, April 19th.  It will be held at the Hilton Hotel in the Village of Oak Creek.  Juniper D. Yang, who leads the Revitalizing Detox Retreat and the Holistic Health Retreat at Sedona Mago Retreat will be speaking at 4:00 pm.  Don't miss it if you are anywhere near the area.  
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Sedona Mago Retreat is having a Thanksgiving Retreat, Gratitude through Mindfulness on Friday, November 28-Sunday, November 30th.  Or, come a day early and have Thanksgiving dinner!  What better way to usher in the holiday season than to spend a weekend filled with delicious and healthy food, inspiring activities, quiet reflection, and meditation?  For more information, call 800-875-2256.  
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Walking the Mago Healing Garden in spring, could there be anything more delightful? Letting go of everything is very easy here. It just gives me the feeling of coming home to Mother Earth. Naturally, everything that seemed to matter and made me worry or agonize melts away in an instant, leaving my mind clear and calm.
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The fifth chakra is the gate that manages expression and communication.  The true self, located in the fourth chakra (heart chakra), can be expressed when the voice of the true self comes up through the throat and out the mouth in words.
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If there's one thing that doesn't change, it is the fact that everything changes. In the Korean tradition of Tao, this is called impermanence.
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Scientists are getting close to proving what yogis have held to be true for centuries - yoga and meditation can ward off stress and disease.
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We are having a Thanksgiving Retreat, Gratitude Through Mindfulness, at Sedona Mago Retreat on Friday, November 28-Sunday, November 30th.  Or, come on Thanksgiving Day and have a traditional feast (minus the turkey.)  This will be so much more fun than shopping!  Start a new Thanksgiving tradition that includes a tour of the vortexes on our own beautiful property, reflection from the heart, Tao classes with Qigong, starlight meditations, a celebration bonfire, and so much more. If you call in your reservations by October 31st, you'll receive an extra 10% off!  800-875-2256
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Some Chinese Medicine texts teach that while the physical stomach and spleen digest our food, their energetic job is to change the food into 'post-natal' energy. This description offers an opportunity to reflect on our relationship to the earth.
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According to Chun-Bu-Kyung, the oldest text of Korean tradition of Tao, we all come from "One" and return to "One" which has no beginning and no ending.
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Tao principles guide you to open, connect to, and listen to the 4th chakra, also known as the heart chakra or home of your true self.
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3500 E. Bill Gray Road Sedona, AZ 86336
3500 E. Bill Gray RoadUSArizonaSedona86336
(800) 875-2256sedonamagoretreat.org
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Experience strong natural healing from our vortex sites on the 160 acres of retreat grounds with personal retreats, meditation retreats, yoga retreats, holistic healing programs, and conference venues. Our full-service facility is located in the pristine land of Sedona, Arizona surrounded by red rocks, Native American ruins and mountains. We offer amenities such as a meditation lake, organic garden, swimming pool, horseback riding, starlight meditations, and private healing sessions.
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"I recommend going and doing the yoga and meditation trainings."
"It is a sacred place that I will always treasure."
"...in my opinion, this retreat center is the most genuine."
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ChocolateMIZ OG
3 months ago
There's no place I'd rather be than SMR to recover my true essence of my whole being. I can't keep up with the latest developments of this particular property; there are a myriad of people and various organizations involved and its philosophies are all encompassing, welcoming all backgrounds. It is a home to everyone with sincere intentions to live as harmonious earth humans. Thank you so much
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Allison H. Blake
a month ago
I HIGHLY recommend making a trip to Sedona, and specifically to Mago Retreat. It's an incredible place that must be experienced in order to be truly understood. I miss it -- daily.
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Allyson Matz
a year ago
Very intentional place that has given me space to really connect with myself. Lots of trails and nooks to spend time moving my body and time alone. Very quiet and peaceful. Food is delicious--most of it grown there and locally. Staff is very friendly and helpful. I recommend going and doing the yoga and meditation trainings. The combination of the atmosphere and trainings offered have really changed the quality of my life. Very grateful for this place and everyone's intentional effort and sincerity.
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sung dae jang
5 months ago
I like this place. Energy was so peaceful.
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Jo Ellen Verna
4 months ago
Magic and wonder at every turn and in every breath! A beautiful place in rain and shine! Delicious meals and spotless rooms made the Shine Life Style and Retreats event that I just attended pure perfection!
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Steven Fagin
7 months ago
The Sedona Mago Retreat was everything I had hoped it would be and more. From the absolutely magnificent grounds and vistas to the wonderful people, both staff and the other guests, the welcome feeling is immense. There was not a single moment that I was there that I did not feel as though I was in the most peaceful place on earth. The program I took was executed in such a manner that you really learned what you came to learn but not for a moment were you made to feel self conscience or uncomfortable. I can not wait to go back so that not only can I learn more but so that I can feel the amazing energy that is so strong every where you go there.
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Ulrike Schmidt-Hughes
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I love this place. To go there is like coming home to your own true self.
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Melissa Koci
6 years ago
Over the years, I have returned to Sedona Mago Retreat Center again, and again... to rejuvenate my body and mind, to connect with nature, and to recover my natural senses. It seems like the beauty and serenity of the land itself makes you relax almost immediately, and the staff's genuine care and service lets you focus on what's important to you. I'm a regular visitor to Sedona, and in my opinion, this retreat center is the most genuine. I have 2 places I always visit - Bell Rock, and Sedona Mago Retreat.
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