Whale Watching Cruise in Mexico

"Whales are the largest mammals on Earth, and while they may seem far away from the Midwest landscape, their lives interact with us all,” says Mary Rondenet, owner of Blooming Rose Healing. To help us gain a better connection with the whales, Rondenet and DonNette Rizzo, of Goddess Circle Chicago, are leading a Magical Grey Whale Experience, in Baja, Mexico, from February 12 to 16, 2017, where Midwesterners will have a chance to view whales in their natural environment and discover a deeper meaning in their own lives.

      Space is limited for this empowering journey, which includes lodging in Loreta and Baja, Mexico, plus most meals, ground transportation, daily boat whale trips and ceremonies to bring participants into a sacred circle with the whales. An optional blue whale excursion is also available.

      Rondenet says, “Experience the elements of earth, water, air and fire as we honor the majestic gray whales. I invite you to come and join us to discover your own special power and to nurture your soul. Embrace your connection to spirit and feel the magic that unfolds!”

For more information, call 630-474-0854, email MRondenet@BloomingRoseHealing.com or visit BloomingRoseHealing.com.

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