Tao Founding Day Celebration at Sedona Mago Retreat

Tao Founding Day Celebration

‘Together, let’s celebrate our choice to live in harmony with all of humanity and the Earth’

July 22nd, 2017 – 2 pm to 9 pm

Tao Founding Day Celebration at Sedona Mago Retreat
On this special occasion, Tao Founding Day, we are opening the Tao Peace Park to honor people who gave their lives for a cause greater than themselves. These are the people who demonstrate love for humanity and love for the earth. We will be raising an 80’ flagpole, which will be the hallmark of the new Peace Park. We invite Veterans, Fire Fighters, Police Officers, Teachers, Spiritual Teachers, and all unsung heroes to this special day. It is a significant day for those of us, Tao practitioners, who are aspiring to live by Traditional Korean SunTao Principles, because it is a reminder of our commitment to live in harmony with nature and to benefit all.
Activities include an onsite vortex tour, walking meditation, and performances. End the day with a candle floating meditation at the beautiful Healing Garden Lake.

Complimentary shuttle and dinner!

Shuttle Services will be provided to and from the Information House, located at 89A and Bill Gray Road. Return shuttle leaves Sedona Mago Retreat at 9:15 pm.

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Tao Founding Day Celebration at Sedona Mago Retreat

Schedule

1:30pm Bill Gray Info Center on 89A, Shuttle Pick up (Complimentary)
2:10pm Arrival at Welcome Center at Sedona Mago Retreat
2:10-2:20pm Registration
Walk to Tao Peace Park
2:30-2:35pm MC Introduction
2:35-2:45pm Performances
2:45-2:50pm Greeting : President
2:50-3:00pm Raising Flag Ceremony
3:00-3:20pm Honored Guest Speakers
3:20-3:35pm Break
3:35-4:00pm Tao Fellowship/Sedona Mago Retreat History, Mission and Plans by Vice President
4:00-4:35pm Tao Healing Experience
4:35-5:30pm Free Time – Self Guided Nature Walk and Meditation
5:30-6:30pm Dinner (Complimentary)
6:30-7:00pm Preparation for Candle Light Ceremony
7:00-8:15pm Candle Light Ceremony
8:30-9:00pm Candle Floating Meditation at Healing Lake
9:15pm Shuttle Leaves

Driving Directions

You are welcome to drive to the retreat center on your own by taking Bill Gray Road (761).When you reach the retreat grounds, please follow the signs to the Sedona Mago Retreat Welcome Center, and please arrive by 2:00 pm.

Please do not use GPS when driving to Sedona Mago Retreat. GPS directions will guide you through private property. Use the driving directions.

We are accepting donations for the following:

• Scholarship fund for retreats for Veterans and their families.

• Tao Peace Park at Sedona Mago Retreat (See options below) a place to honor all those who have stepped forward to dedicate their lives for a cause greater than themselves and to reflect on how to build lasting peace on Earth.

• Verde Valley Military Service Park to honor Military Veterans with connections to the Verde Valley.

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Tao Peace Park at Sedona Mago Retreat

A place to honor all those who have stepped forward to dedicate their lives for a cause greater than themselves and to reflect on how to build lasting peace on Earth.

Large or Small Candle: $75 & $50

Bench with Plaque: $3000

Brick with Plaque: $250 & $500

American Flag: $2000

Arizona Flag: $1000

Tao Fellowship Flag: $1000

Verde Valley Military Service Park

A park in Cottonwood, Arizona that honors military veterans who live in or are connected to the Verde Valley.  For more information please visit: http://www.verdevalleymilitaryservicepark.com/

Scholarship Fund – Retreats for Veterans

For healing veterans and their families.

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Tao Founding Day Celebration at Sedona Mago Retreat