Benefits of England Sacred Sites Journey Explained

Our August 17 – 24, 2014 pilgrimage to sacred sites of England will be much more than a sightseeing tour. The program was designed to help the participants make positive changes to their lives.

Tour host, Candace Stuart-Findlay created the spiritual journey in order to take advantage of the powerful energy vortexes in and around Glastonbury. If you wonder whether it is the sort of experience you would benefit from, then take a look at what Candace had to say:

Are you looking for lasting positive change, but continually find yourself on a negative cycle merry-go-round? Are you able to momentarily escape, only to be sucked back in again? If you had the tools to be free, would you be willing to use them?

If your answer is a resounding “YES!” to these questions, then you have found what you are seeking…the knowledge, tools, and support to forever uplift and transform your life with ease, and have FUN while doing it!  You will, at last, be empowered to create your best life!

Our Spiritual Transformation Simplified™ Sacred Journey and Workshop has a 360 degree approach for expanding consciousness, incorporating spirit, mindfulness, neuroscience, metaphysics, Love, and much more!

Glastonbury was specifically chosen for the Spiritual Transformation Simplified™ Sacred Journey and Workshop location because of its powerful vortexes and transformation-supporting energy.  It has seven outward spirally electric vortexes, one for each of the seven major chakras…all in support of release!

The workshop material and tools are from Candace’s book, “Spiritual Transformation Simplified™ ~ The Six Fundamentals for Life Mastery”, virtually a transformational road map providing breakthrough information and exercises designed to ease and accelerate blockage release.

It is the special determining qualities of the Spiritual Transformation Simplified™ Workshop, coupled with Glastonbury’s energy, that creates the perfect synergistic environment for deep, lasting positive change in a safe, supportive sacred space.

Here is a video with more details:

Candace Stuart-Findlay, an intuitive, energy healer, published author, speaker, and Co-host of the Empowered Whole Being Radio Show, is the Sacred Journey and Workshop Facilitator. To learn more about Candace’s work in service of empowered enlightenment, please visit the Empowered Whole Being web site,   Candace is assisted by Rob Fournier, a trained Shaman, energy healer, intuitive, author, and Master Craniosacral Practitioner who emphasizes laughter and play as a gateway for breakthrough positive transformation.   Discover more about Rob by visiting his healing center’s web site,
We invite you to join us on this amazing sacred journey to magical Glastonbury, England…lasting joyful enlightened transformation guaranteed!

May 10, 2014 update: The Spiritual Transformation Simplified™ Sacred Journey and Workshop has been postponed to a later date.


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Stonehenge Tour is Only Tiny Element of Sacred England Journey

Stonehenge may be the top destination for travelers making their first visit to southwest of England, but even if the early morning private ceremony at Stonehenge were to be removed from the itinerary, the sacred sites tour of Britain recently announced by Body Mind Spirit Journeys would still be an experience of a lifetime. Billed as a “Journey through the mists of time from Avalon to Camelot”, the guided tour features sites associated with King Arthur and even Jesus, as the group will visit Glastonbury and Tintagel.

Avebury stone circleWe predict one of the highlights will be the excursion to the Avebury stone circle. It has been said that comparing Stonehenge to Avebury is like comparing a country church to a cathedral. It is the largest stone circle in Europe, originally having nearly 100 stones, some of which weigh more than 40 tonnes —  twice the size of the largest at Stonehenge. It is believed to have been built around 2600 B.C. and is one of 14 of Britain’s World Heritage Sites. You can click on the Avebury photo to the left to see a larger size image of some of the stones.

Much of Avebury was destroyed by Christian zealots. In the 17th century, John Aubrey campaigned for the site to be preserved. Today, visitors may roam freely among the stones, and — unlike at Stonehenge — touching them is not forbidden. It is more than the arrangement of the cyclopean stones that makes them unique. Many people believe human faces, animal shapes and other symbols were deliberately carved into them. Some are readily observable while others require specific angles of sunlight before they appear. Terence Meaden in his book “The Secret of the Avebury Stones” believes there are symbols representing female and male sexuality. He says that fertility, rebirth, and the eternal return of life after death are seen in the stones, as they also relate to the cycle of the sun and the return of the light at the winter solstice. Michael Dames, in his book “The Avebury Cycle,” says the henge is only one element of a larger monument to the Great Goddess, which also encompasses nearby Silbury Hill and West Kennet Long Barrow.

You can see more details about the June, 2012 tour by following this link to: spiritual UK tours.


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Damaged Holy Glastonbury Thorn Tree Returning to Life

Damaged Holy Glastonbury Thorn Tree Returning to LifeA thorn tree in Glastonbury, England believed to be related to one planted by the uncle of Jesus, is showing signs of new growth after having been deliberately damaged. The tree, on Wearyall Hill, had its branches chopped off last year by a vandal. According to a new report by BBC News, the tree is showing signs of returning to life. A new green shoot was reportedly noticed emerging from the tree on the recent spring equinox.

Joseph of Arimathea, Jesus’ uncle, is said to have visited Glastonbury in 37 A.D. He placed his walking stick into the earth, where it took root and grew into the Holy Thorn tree, according to legend. He is also said to have buried the Holy Grail at the site in Glastonbury now known as Chalice Well.

There are actually several thorn trees in Glastonbury believed to have been started as cuttings from Joseph’s original tree. The trees blossom at Christmas time, and it is traditional for a sprig to decorate the holiday table of the Royal Family.

For the complete report on the Vandalized Holy Thorn showing signs of new life, please visit:

Glastonbury is one of the featured destinations of a Body Mind Spirit Journeys women’s only tour to the southwest of England July 16 to 22, 2011, to be led by Koko Newport. Other highlights on the itinerary include Stonehenge, crop circles and London. For more information, please visit:

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Was Jesus in England?

Glastonbury Tor in England has been a pilgrimage site since before the Christian era. Did Jesus once visit Glastonbury?

Glastonbury Tor in England has been a pilgrimage site since before the Christian era. Did Jesus once visit Glastonbury?

I first heard about the possibility that Jesus may have traveled to England when I was listening to the Van Morrison song “Summertime in England” on his “Common One” album. Along with references to William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge going to the Lake District, Van also sings “Did you ever hear about Jesus walking, Jesus walking down by Avalon?”

This aroused my curiosity, and I soon discovered William Blake had written a poem in 1804 speculating whether Jesus did “in ancient times walk upon England’s mountain green.” These lines were later set to music and became part of the hymn “Jerusalem.”

The legendary Vale of Avalon is believed to be a reference to the area around Glastonbury in England, a place rich in legend not only with regard to Jesus and the Holy Grail, but also King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.

I was again reminded of the connection of Jesus to Avalon when I saw that Body Mind Spirit Journeys is offering a spiritual tour for women to the southwest of England that includes not only Glastonbury, but also Stonehenge, crop circles and London. The tour is hosted by Koko Newport, and is happening July 16 to 22, 2011. The full itinerary is online at

If you’d like more details about the connection of Jesus and Glastonbury, an article I wrote about Jesus in England has just been published online at

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