Nature Opens the Door

“The air is like a butterfly With frail blue wings. The happy earth looks at the sky And sings.” – Joyce Kilmer, Spring Spring is in the breeze that blows across the still “wintry” landscape. We desire the warmth as the season turns, but are in no hurry to rush the days along. This is […]

When I Was the Forest

When I was the stream, when I was the forest, when I was still the field, when I was every hoof, foot, fin and wing, when I was the sky itself, no one ever asked me did I have a purpose, no one ever wondered was there anything I might need, for there was nothing […]

Visit the Site of Sedona’s Early Beginnings: Indian Gardens Area in Oak Creek Canyon

You may be surprised to learn that the area known as Sedona had its beginnings in Oak Creek Canyon, a beautiful river gorge where Native Americans once lived and farmed corn, beans, and squash. Known as Indian Gardens, the area is lush and embodies the truest spirit of those who were first to discover its […]

William Eaton’s Sedona: To Connect to Nature, Just Go Out and Walk the Trails

Much like Ilchi Lee’s first Sedona experiences, it was an extreme connection to the land which drew William Eaton back. Discover how this gifted musician, harp-guitar luthier, and three-time GRAMMY Nominee found his way to the red rocks of Sedona. WE: My first visit to Sedona was 1969. I was living in Tempe at the […]

Adventure Awaits!

“Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them—that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.” &endash; Lao Tzu Okay, we just passed that annual milestone, ending one year and beginning a new one! It is likely the passage has given pause […]