I would like to express my gratitude to everyone who participated in the book launch and signing event last Saturday in Sedona for my new book, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart. I am especially grateful to my fans who came from as far as California, Nevada, New Mexico, and Phoenix to participate in this event. I offer special thanks to the local Sedona artists and guests who graced the evening with the honor of their presence.
More than anything, through this event, I was so glad to celebrate the messages that this sacred land gives each of us, and to have a chance to express how much I want to share the gifts I’ve received from Sedona with more people. I believe that the main messages Sedona gives us are to awaken the greatness within us so that we can love more and share more often, to make each moment given to us the best it can be, and to make the Earth on which we live a better place.
The monsoon season is in full swing in Sedona right now. After a quick, hearty fall of rain, Sedona always has beautiful rainbows hung across its sky.
Although at times it rains, or the wind blows, or storms break in our lives, to a person who has become the true master of their life, even such wind and rain become fertilizer for blooming beautiful flowers. The juniper trees of Sedona that endure the dry weather and harsh wind, put their roots down into the red rock, and stand tall and majestic toward the blue sky show us never to lose hope no matter what the situation. They tell us to be hope for ourselves and to become hope for other people.
Let’s use the precious life and inner greatness that has been given to each of us, for the happiness of all people and all creation.
I will make an effort to provide more opportunities in the future for people to experience the gifts and spirit of Sedona firsthand. See you in Sedona.