Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Day 2- Floating Meditation & Sacred Mayan Ruins Tour- Our Tulum Resort April 10 - 15

May 1 to May 6 Mayan Revision $1598 per person includes RT airfare!
Quest On Day 2 of our adventure in our Tulum vacation retreat we are scheduled to visit one of the surrounding cenotes or underground rivers in the Sian Kaan biosphere. These underground rivers were exposed when part of the cavern roof collapses. They lead to the Caribbean Sea and answer the question of what the Mayans used for fresh water. Sacred to them a perfect place to connect with water.
This cenote in Valladolid. Photo Adam Baker
The very idea of this floating meditation fills us with relaxation and wonder at the never ending marvels on this earth. We found a series of extraordinary photographs courtesy of the Travel channel and are the best we have seen. "The Cenote Sagrado, near the ancient Mayan city of Chichen Itza, was once a site of sacrifice to the Mayan rain god Chac. In the early 1900s, archaeologist Edward Herbert Thompson dredged the famous cenote and found copper, gold bells, rings, masks, cups, figurines and embossed plaques... "
Photography by Michael Rael through Flickr Creative Commons
For More Photos See http://www.travelchannel.com/destinations/mexico/photos/explore-mexicos-cenotes To Register for our Mayan Revision Retreat and Yoga Vacation Visit LUX World Travel

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