Sacred Britain: A Women's Journey to Avalon

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Sacred Britain: A Women's Journey to Avalon

Time: June 2, 2010 at 10am to June 14, 2010 at 12pm
Location: Britain & Scotland
Website or Map: http://www.journeysofthespiri…
Phone: 727-421-0849
Event Type: spiritual, journey, retreat, women's
Organized By: Dr. Sheri Rosenthal
Latest Activity: Jun 4, 2010

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Sacred Britain: A Women's Journey to Avalon
Britain: June 2-11th with an extension to Rosslyn, Scotland: June 11-14, 2010

Within the heart of every woman is the desire for a grail quest for personal freedom and internal peace. On this sacred journey we'll be visiting Glastonbury, otherwise known as the Isle of Avalon. Glastonbury has long been acknowledged as the location of the mystical land of Avalon and the burial site of King Arthur and Queen Guinevere; a place beyond the veil of human sight and one only those who have reached deep inside their soul can see. If you’ve ever felt a connection with Camelot, Tintangel, the healing waters of the Chalice Well, or felt called to walk in with the ancients at Stonehenge, this journey will speak to you.

We'll visit to the enchanted Dozmary Pool where we come into the presence of the Lady of the Lake at her mystical and watery home. We'll also have a private visit to the beautiful and tranquil gardens of Chalice Well, one of the true healing places in this land where you are encouraged to drink from the holy well and a private visit to Stonehenge, plus so much more! Visit Bath, Wells, Avebury, and we ‘ll even have the opportunity to travel to Scotland to see the Temple Round Church in Edinburgh and Rosslyn Chapel!

The quest for Avalon, the Lady of the Lake, Excalibur and the Holy Grail, have long been sought after by seers, magicians, kings and noble knights – it represents the classic story of the eternal journey for peace, restoration and integrity. These stories represent your journey, mine, and all of humanity’s to the heart of who we truly are. Quest with us and cross over the threshold of time as we open the curtain to Avalon.

This will be a very special one-of-kind tour specially arranged for Madeleine Marentette, founder of Grail Springs Canada, and Dr. Sheri Rosenthal, founder of Journeys of the Spirit®. Joining us along the way are local experts who will share the many secrets of these ancient lands hidden behind the veil of modern society. Together they will share and guide us into the heart and soul of these sacred places while we weave our own magical experience.

**There will be a special pre-trip preparation the month before our sacred journey!** Join us on this woman’s quest to illuminate our own integrity, power and glory.

For our Sacred Britain Journey to Avalon June 2nd-11th:
With 20-28 lovely women: $3599.00 USD per person double occ
With 29-45 lovely women: $3349.00 USD per person double occ
If you desire a single room, the cost is an additional $365.00 USD per person).

For our extension to Scotland & Rosslyn Chapel June 11th-14th (including flights):
With 12-18 lovely women: $1375.00 USD per person double occ
With 19-30 lovely women: $1175.00 USD per person double occ
With 31-45 lovely women: $1095.00 USD per person double occ
If you desire a single room, the cost is an additional $205.00 USD per person).

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