Discover a Mystical Land That Time Forgot:
Explore Neolithic Ruins Over 1,000 Years Older than the Pyramids
Join a journey to a beautiful land to find the clarity of your own soul .
For centuries, people have embarked on rites of passage in nature to gain awareness of the sacred realms and greater self-knowledge. Spiritual journeys into nature can provide greater life direction and harmony. These archetypal passages, or quests into nature, are powerful acts that can change a person's life profoundly.
Featured in National Geographic, Stone Age Orkney was an important religious and cultural center and a spiritual pilgrimage destination.
Complete with perfectly preserved temples and residences older than the pyramids and Stonehenge! !! Commune with the powerful energy of the land, Connect with Visions that come from clear portals in a timeless realm. Explore beautiful nature and a Puffin breeding colony, seals and Eagles. Condcut a mini Quest. A quest can provide the impetus to take the first steps toward living a life in tune with one's inner path.
In this land that time forgot, we will access a place of immense clarity and ancient wisdom. You will be living fully and joyously by aligning with your soul's wisdom through honest, vulnerable self-exploration in a safe and nurturing environment. You will learn powerful practices to support a new vision for your life, while clearing away limiting emotional and mental clutter. You will commune with the powerful energy of the land and connect with the wisdom of this timeless realm. Spend Your Days exploring ancient sites, enjoying nature preserves, and learning powerful practices to tap into your spiritual truth. Benefit from a Free 28 day clearing program, gain insight about yourself via an Ancient Celtic reading based on the five elements Earth, Air, Fire, Water and Ether. Experience a past life journey and tours to: Skara Brae, The Stones of Stennes, The Ring of Brodgar and take a Ferry Ride to the Egypt of the North to see an astounding ruins in excellent condition.
The sites being recently uncovered show that Orkney was at the very center of a highly civilized society. Its extremely important historically - but since these discoveries are so now - there are few crowds so one can enjoy these sites up close and personal. Orkney is an archipelago of islands just north of the Scottish mainland and easily accessible via a one hour flight from Edinburgh (the Paris of the North), or a short dramatic and beautiful ferry ride from Scrabsters Scotland’s northern tip. Not only are the islands filled with important archeological sites, but the area offers fantastic wildlife, rugged cliffs, and charming towns. On some nights you can even see the magical aurora borealis.