Much comes with our opening to the gifts of Divine Creator Source! ...Uqualla

Many have seen Uqualla around the Sedona area, for that was his home for many years, and he frequents Sedona quite regularly, yet many may not know all the gifts he has shared and is happy to share with you on a personal level. I wanted to take this opportunity to give you a more

in-depth understanding of Uqualla and his gifts through his words:

I am a product of spirituality, in times of generational transitions from the last remnants of old school and the newer hybrid of spiritual expression! I have been very fortunate to be from a household that included a father who was a deacon in the Baptist religion, as well as a medicine man, grandfather! Both taught their respective beliefs to my brother, sister, and myself!

My life accomplishments have included: para-professional health assistant, health out-reach director for urban indians, both the sub-chief, and chief of my tribe (Havassupai Nation), developer of the lodge and hospitality services in Havasupai Nation, member of numerous tourism boards, Fashion designer, healer, dancer, traditional singer, cultural ambassador, and now an international spiritual diplomat!

Now my vision and work is being realized in the utilization of technology, remote healing, counsel, readings, thru:

Search for Uqualla @ tweeter, facebook fanpage, You-tube, and Skype

Search for Uqualla 2 @ instagram, - Blog

I avail myself to speaking and teaching engagements.

Gratitude for your attention,

"In Spirits Embrace"

Uqualla"I have been very fortunate to have embraced the importance of spirituality in ones EarthWalk (life). One must never discount the challenges that we all encounter. This has, with time for me, given the fuller understanding of my purpose and priorities in my EarthWalk."

Sedona is a magical place for anything... especially for celebrating the love you share with someone special.

It really does have everything to do with the Red Rocks of Sedona. There is an energy which truly does embrace the love and joy, beauty and wonder of all celebrations which are infused with love; and it just so happens Sedona is the color we associate with love, RED!

What I love about creating with others in the natural beauty of Sedona is that you really can enjoy your proposal, engagement and your special wedding day the way you envision. I really enjoy listening to what is important to others and I love exploring the possibilities, which are really endless, in creating their special celebration.

I'd love to discuss your special celebration with you and collaborate on how we can make this a beautiful memory and story for you, that you will treasure throughout your lifetime.

Whose feast of songs and jokes, of dancing feet and faerie folks,

will be for us the eve of springtime.

I am always in a quest to understand the origin and spiritual roots, if you will, of any celebration and ritual...and so I wanted to see what the spiritual meaning was behind this man, Saint Patrick.

I came across some wonderful information; and one lady, Lorna Byrne, really resonated with me as she speaks to the Spirituality of

St. Patrick's Day...

" St. Patrick is much more important than most people realize; important not just for the Irish but for the world. He came as a slave to a country that was deeply spiritual but had a spirituality of searching. The Celtic spirituality St. Patrick found was rooted in stones, nature and a rich symbolism. A lot of the old Celtic symbols were attempts to unravel the secret of life, a secret that seemed to elude them until St. Patrick came to Ireland in the fifth century.

St. Patrick brought the wisdom that there was only one God and that they each had a soul that would live forever. St. Patrick's Christianity stirred up the Celtic spirituality within the Irish people and gave it meaning. The two belief systems got fused together to create a very potent spirituality which is deeply rooted in the natural world and this is the flame that all people with Irish blood carry today.

Over the years the Irish have worked to keep this light burning. The monks written about in Thomas Cahill's book, "How the Irish Saved Civilization," protected this flame and kept it safe during the dark ages of Europe when so much spirituality was stamped out.

St. Patrick's Day is a day of celebration all around the world. To many it may be associated with alcohol and parades but St Patrick's Day has a much deeper meaning. This day of celebration exists to remind people with even a drop of Irish blood of their roots, to rekindle this flame of light within them."