Spiritual Trip to Hopi Reservation in Arizona
April 20th to April 28th, 2019
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Spiritual Trip to the Hopi Reservation:
- Meet with Hopi elders on the New World that is being created right now
- See sacred, spiritual Hopi dances
- Visit very special spiritual places on the Hopi Reservation
- Participate in water ceremonies
- See the beauty of the Hopi land
- Help provide clean water to the Hopi; Visit the Grand Canyon
- Visit Sedona and meet with psychics there and other spiritual people
The cost is just $200 per person. To register, you can use Pay Pal with this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org However, if you use Pay Pal, the cost is a little higher ($210), because of higher Pay Pal fees. You can also send payment to: Ted Mahr, P.O. Box 5331, Lacey, Washington 98509-5331. Proceeds from the trip will benefit the Hopi Nation for clean water, as well as the Emoto Peace Project, a nonprofit children’s charity that teaches love and gratitude to children around the world – see: www.emotopeaceproject.net
Here is the schedule for the trip:
Sunday, April 21st, 2019: Meet at Black Bear Diner in Cottonwood, Arizona between 11 am and 12 noon. See: https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g31204-d12157867-Reviews-Black_Bear_Diner-Cottonwood_Arizona.html Address and phone: 1041 Az-260, Cottonwood, AZ 86326 Phone: 928-634-8188
After lunch, we will visit these spiritual and energy vortexes: Airport Mesa, Bell Rock, Cathedral Rock and Boynton Canyon, and Red Rock Crossing.
Monday, April 22nd, 2019: We will visit the Buddhist Amitabha Stupa and the Chapel of the Holy Cross (two of the most spiritual places in Sedona). At the end of the day, we will drive to the Hopi Tribal Center on the Second Mesa – see: http://hopiculturalcenter.com/ The Hopi Cultural Center: AZ-264, Second Mesa, AZ 86043. Phone: 928-734-2401 or 928-734-2402. Email: email@example.com
Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019: Meeting with Hopi Tribal Elders at the Hopi Cultural Center at 9 am. Tour of the Second Mesa of the beautiful Hopi area – see: http://hopiculturalcenter.com/about-the-hopi/ – “Second Mesa is home to the Hopi Cultural Center as well as the villages Shungopavi, Sipaulvi and Mishongnovi. Second Mesa is widely renowned for its fine weaving of traditional Hopi clothing and textiles, wicker plaques, and multicolored yucca baskets as well as its artistic paintings, and Hopi Over-lay Jewelry.”
Wednesday, April 24th, 2019: Meet at 9 am at the Hopi Cultural Center. Tour of the Third Mesa: See: http://hopiculturalcenter.com/about-the-hopi/ – “On Third Mesa, stands the village of the Old Oraibi, designated as the oldest continuously inhabited settlement on the North American continent, said to have been established in 1100 A.D. On Third Mesa also stand subsidiaries of Old Oraibi; the villages of Kykotsmovi, Bacavi, Hotevilla, and Upper and Lower Moenkopi. Third Mesa is widely renowned for its fine weaving of traditional Hopi clothing and textiles, wicker plaques, and multicolored yucca baskets as well as its artistic paintings, and Hopi Over-lay Jewelry.”
Thursday, April 25th, 2019: Meet at 9 am at the Hopi Cultural Center. Tour of the First Mesa: First Mesa, located on the eastern side of the Hopi reservation is comprised of the villages of Walpi, Sichomovi, and Tewa. Walpi is a historic village, noted for its high-rise dwellings panoramic view. First Mesa is widely renowned for its handmade Hopi pottery, artistic paintings and Hopi carvings.
Friday, April 26th, 2019: Meet at 9 am at the Hopi Cultural Center. Day side trip to the Grand Canyon. Meditations at the Grand Canyon for World Peace.
Saturday, April 27th, 2019: All day event with Hopi sacred cultural dances, water ceremonies, and meetings with Hopi tribal elders on the future of humanity and how we can make this planet a much better and happier place.
Sunday, April 28th, 2019: Meet at 9 am at the Hopi Cultural Center. Good bye party with Hopi elders.
Hotels, RV Park, camping, and other accommodations:
- Hotels, RV Park, camping in the Sedona/Cottonwood, Arizona Area: Prices range from $60 a night and more in the Cottonwood area, depending on the motel/hotel. Cottonwood is recommended over Sedona because it’s close to Sedona and prices are much better. There are also camping places at $22 a night in the nearby Cave Spring camping/RV area run by the US Forest Service. See:
- Hotels, RV Park, camping in the Hopi Tribal Arizona Area: The main place to stay is at the Hopi Tribal Center in the Second Mesa. Although the cost is currently $90 a night, I am negotiating with the tribe for a 50 percent discount for us to stay at the hotel at the Tribal Center. Also, for those who are camping there is a free RV Park and a free camping area at the Hopi Tribal Center.
- Otherwise, coming from the west, Tuba City is the closest city to the Hopi. Hotels in the Tuba City area run from about $61 a night.