When asked to search for a treasure, I did not find one treasure throughout the Sedona Mago Retreat center.
This picture is a visual representation of the treasure taken at the center of the Mago Labyrinth.
I treasure the sacred journey. I treasure the ups and the downs, and upside downs. I treasure the journey into oneself to know thyself, experience, and express a state of joy yet peace. To integrate the wisdom of the journey to grow through the experience, yet also feel the sense of balance in the moment. The moment too shall pass, and it is not for me to remain in such a position for longer than needed. Just as I am in the center of this labyrinth, I too must come out to be where I am Divinely guided to be. I am in Sedona in the moment of the picture, and now I am in Long Beach CA in this moment. Physically I may appear to be in a certain time zone or location, yet consciously beyond a certain time or space. The treasure is to flow with the curves of the journey, to maintain a state of balance physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. It is perfectly ok to fall out of balance, as this also teaches us how that feels.
I treasure trusting in the Mother Earth through the journey of life, whether I am well balanced or if I fall on my face. Life may not always appear balanced, but there are many things we may not be aware of or see from our current perspective. As I am physically upside down in this picture, this shows the treasure of viewing with alternative perspectives integrated with creativity; to learn what needs to be learned, but knowing the wisdom is already within. The Divine teacher within reflected into the environment, relationships with ourselves, other people, and the Mother Earth. I treasure the teachers all around us and being the humble student.
For me, the treasure is not an object to be found, but an awareness, experience, and expression of Being.
Thank you for hosting the beautiful Earth Day event at the Sedona Mago Retreat.