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Finding True Self

Sedona, AZ, United States - Date 07/04/2024


Embark on a transformative journey with Sedona Mago’s Finding True Self retreat program. Discover the essence of your being beyond titles, degrees, and achievements. Surrounded by the rejuvenating healing energies of Sedona's natural landscape, immerse yourself in a guided exploration that unveils the boundless light and strength within you. Experience the empowering force of self-discovery amidst the breathtaking red rock vistas, igniting a profound connection to your truest self.


Sedona Mago Center for Well-being and Retreat, located in Northern Arizona, is situated on 173-acres of open land in the midst of the Coconino National Forest. We’re 4,500 feet above sea level and cradled by Sedona’s renowned vortexes and healing red clay rocks. For over 40 years, Sedona Mago has been a destination for healing and transformation.


  • 3-nights, 4 days program
  • Private or shared accommodations
  • Pescatarian and vegetarian menus
  • Access to 173-acres property



Sedona Mago Center for Well-being and Retreat, located in the Red Rocks of Arizona, was created to share the timeless principles and spiritual practices of ancient wisdom and tradition of Sun Tao. Combined with modern teachings of energy healing and personal development, retreats at Sedona Mago provide paths and environments for your holistic healing, self realization—empowering you to become a shepherd of Mother Earth.

The name Mago is from an ancient Asian language, meaning “Mother of All.” It represents the unconditional love and spirit of Mother Earth we, as humanity, have for her. This sets the direction for why and how we run Sedona Mago: to love humanity and the Earth. To fulfill this mission, we provide heart-centered leadership retreats and personal development workshops; wellness and natural healing programs, all designed to help you become the fullest expression of your true self.

Sedona Mago Center for Well-being and Retreat is owned and operated by Tao Fellowship, a 501(c)(3) non denominational “non-profit” organization.