Sangre de Cristo Mountains

doctorharrison

North Myrtle Beach, United States

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The early Spanish explorers witnessed this Rocky Mountain spectacle almost every evening. The name Sangre de Cristo, or Blood of Christ, came from their reflections on the crimson skies.

Even more interesting, though, is the sacredness of this Valley. The beautiful people of the Ute tribes held this valley as a sacred space and healing place.

All tribes laid down their weapons when entering this valley.

What a concept.

Now expand that valley to the size of the Earth.
It’s time for all tribes to lay down their weapons once again.

The valley is still sacred. Over 40 spritual “tribes” from all over the world live in the valley near the mountain town of Crestone….Tibetan, Sufi, Hindu, Muslim, Christian and more.
A philanthropist there has donated five acres of land per group for the sake of advancing spiritual practice and increasing the consciousness of the planet.

My days at the Babaji Ashram were transformative for me.
Thank you Ramloti. Your devotion is amazing. Om to the eternal Himalayan Sage, Babaji.

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