A Past Life Regression Trip to Israel

When one has a vision one has to follow it.

In 1998 I had a group of clients who came to work on various issues and each one within the month went back to being one of the Bible people. The first was a woman who came to see me to work on her betrayal issues in this life. It was a pattern. We went back to the root of her betrayal issues and she saw herself as Simon Peter, feeling a deep sense of quilt since she felt she betrayed Jesus. The next week I had Mary Magdeline and then the following week I had  Mother Mary, and eventually Joseph of Ariththamaya. I knew all of these characters did not reincarnate in my small town of Katonah. However, each ones issues melted away when we released the emotions they carried.

In 2002 I was training some students who were all going back to lifetimes again from the Bible. Simon Peter showed up again, and the other disciples. It was at that time I received my vision of taking a group to Israel and doing regressions to see how we connect to the Jesus lifetime, the Essenes, the Egyptians, and the Romans. This way  we could bring back the wisdom and gifts from those lifetimes. I also saw a book in my minds eye with the title reading, The Bible-Through the eyes of regression.

I knew back then that the time was not right yet. I know with certainty that the time is right now. We need those gifts and knowledge now more than ever to help our world. We need to open our hearts and bring our love, light and healing energy to that region. We need to see we are ONE. We have been our greatest enemy in our past so must forgive them and learn to love them.

This is not a religious journey. It is a spiritual and mystical journey. We will try to video our findings and possibly make the video into a documentary with your permission.

If you feel drawn to these lifetimes and if this trip calls to you than you too must follow your guidance.

Past Lives-

Journeys of the Spirit

 Journey to Israel-“Awaken your heart, Ignite your purpose, Soothe your soul”


Welcome to our Sacred, Spiritual and Mystical Journey to Israel-April 1st-11th, 2016


Have you ever wondered if you lived and were connected to the Christ lifetime, or perhaps the Essenes, or Egyptians? This journey is to experience the places in history that you were connected to, and find out what gifts or wisdom you had that can help our planet today. We go with an open heart in Oneness as emissaries of light and love to this ancient holy land.



2 overnight @ Hotel Dan Panorama Jerusalem (Standard room)

2 overnights @ Kibbutz Ein Gedi (Arugot room)

1 overnight @ Kfar Hanokdim – Bedouin Camp

1 overnight @ Hotel Rimonim in Safed

2 overnights @ Kibbutz Ein Gev (Superior room)

 1 overnight at Tel Don- Hotel to be determined

1 overnight @ Hotel Dan Panorama Tel Aviv (Deluxe room)

TOTAL 10 Overnights


 Per person sharing a double room: USD $ 4,295

Single Supplements: USD 950

Reduction for 3rd person only in triple room USD 390

 Rates include:

Transfer from Ben Gurion Airport to Tel Aviv hotel

9 days sightseeing as per program below

10 overnights at the above mentioned hotel

Luxury Minibus AC 19 seats

English speaking Tour guide

Meals arrangement: HB- Full Israeli breakfast and Dinners daily        except for BB in Tel Aviv

Hotel + 5 Lunches on Route

Entrance Fees as per program below

Transfer from Tel Aviv hotel to Ben Gurion airport

Facilitator: Saundra Cindy Blum, MS, CHT, PLRT-International lecturer, author, Reiki practitioner and Past Life Regression Therapist for the last 27 years.

 Guide: To be announced

 Driver: To be announced

 Contact: Saundra Cindy Blum- 914-420-9349 or


 To Register: call 1-866-866-5566 Ext.2 Money orders and checks are also welcome (as long as the check has time to clear before trip departure date) Mail your check to: Journeys of the Spirit, 6245 Vista Verde Dr. W, Gulfport, FL33707

 We have the right to cancel the trip if it is not meeting the trip minimum. If we do so the deposit is refunded. Trip insurance is always recommended and we suggest you use Travel Guard Insurance.


 Early Bird special: If pay the $500 deposit before December it will be $150 less than the total price.


The deposit is due by December 1st 2015 of $500 if you don’t pay earlier.


The balance due is March 1st, 2016


What is not included:

 . Spa treatments at the Dead Sea

. Items of a personal nature

 Meals other than mentioned above

 Airport and Border taxes

 Tips to driver, guide, hotel and restaurant staff

. Round trip air flight

Day 1- Fri

Arrive at Ben Gurion International Airport where you will be met by an Amiel Tours representative. You will be provided assistance through luggage claim and customs and escorted to your transfer vehicle.

Settle into the lovely ancient energy of Jerusalem as you unwind and rest before a wonderful evening experience and sacred tradition of a Shabbat Dinner with a local family in one of the neighborhoods of the New City of Jerusalem.

Sleep and dream of the memories from this ancient city of Jerusalem as we are cradled in its energy.

The word Jerusalem in Hebrew means, Yero and Shalem. Shall see wholeness. Jerusalem represents the whole and complete state of inner peace, love and contentment that is the birthright of every human being. To see the “whole” one must be in the heart.

Day 2-Sat

After an early breakfast we will ascend the Mt. of Olives for a panoramic view of Jerusalem: Overlooking the Old and New City. On the Mount see the oldest Jewish Cemetery in the world dating back thousands of years.

“Immediately following Jesus’ ascension, two angels told the disciples on the Mount of Olives that “this same Jesus, who has been taken from you into heaven, will come back in the same way you have seen him go into heaven” (Acts 1:11). According to the prophet Zechariah, Jesus will return not only in the same way, but also to the same place. In a prophecy related to the end times, Zechariah declares, “On that day his feet will stand on the Mount of Olives, east of Jerusalem, and the Mount of Olives will be split in two from east to west, forming a great valley, with half of the mountain moving north and half moving south” (Zechariah 14:4). The very location where David wept in defeat and where Jesus was betrayed and rejected will be the place where Jesus returns in triumph over all His enemies.”

We will then descend via Palm Sunday Way to visit the Garden of Gethsemane. Enter the Garden of Gethsemane, with its ancient olive trees, reminding us of the power nature has over the forces of the dessert.

We’ll then enter the gates of the old city and walk the Via Dolorosa on the same sacred stones that Jesus walked, and end with a visit to the Church of Holy Sepulcher, and tomb of Jesus, cellular remembering that energy. We will also visit the Ethiopian Church to continue in the energy of our Oneness, experiencing all paths. We will walk through the Arab Bazaar and see Middle Eastern life with it rich colors, flavors, and smells. Here we will have a short break for lunch and some shopping.

We’ll then proceed to one of the holiest places in Judaism today, the Western Wall – “Kotel”. Once again in the energy of Oneness.

As we sleep once again in Jerusalem the sounds, smells and colors will flood our senses and remind our cellular memories of our stories.

Day 3 – Sun

After an early breakfast we will have a past life regression to see how we connect to the places and time we visited the day before. The Christ life at the end just before and during his death.

Time for Discussion and a break.

We then begin to descend through the many layers of Jerusalem’s past at the time of the Temple through the Western Wall Tunnels. Inside, a most interesting model shows the different dwelling periods and history of the inhabitants of Jerusalem. Stand on the site believed to be the nearest spot to the “Holy of Holies”. We than have a short lunch.

We depart Jerusalem and drive via the Judean desert to Kasser El Yahud – “the Jews Passage.” This monastery is an important place for the Jewish People, for according to the Jewish tradition, this is the place where the Israelites crossed the Jordan River on their way into the Land of Israel. For Christians this is the traditional site where John Baptized Jesus. Those who would like to get baptized will have a chance.

Day 4 – Monday

We continue to visit Qumran where hidden scrolls found in the caves in 1947 exposed the secret life of the Essenes, a small ultra religious sect, who hid there from the Roman enemy and the burial place of the famous Dead Sea Scrolls. You may feel the energy vortex that surrounds this mystical and highly spiritual place. Again evoking cellular memories of their ancient wisdom and gifts as we continue to open our hearts and experience our essence.

We will visit the beautiful Ein Gedi Reserve. See the waterfalls at this Oasis in the desert, which is mentioned several times in the Book of Psalms, waterfalls, and discuss the biblical stories of King David hiding from King Saul. The combination of Ein Gedi’s abundance of water and tropical climate provides the ability for wonderful exotic plant and animal life to flourish.

Time to meditate by the falls. Time also for a bathing in the Dead Sea, mud and minerals!

Lovely dinner and Past life regression to the time of the Essenes and Jesus and Mary, through Trance Dancing.

Overnight at Kibbutz Ein Gedi

Day 5-Tue

After an early breakfast we will visit the Dead Sea’s legendary mountaintop plateau of Massada and ascend by cable car to the ancient fortress. We will explore the site with its synagogue and bathhouse. Here, was the last stronghold of the Jewish Zealots in their struggle against the Romans.

We will meditate in the site sending love from our open hearts to those who were so courageous. Lunch to follow.

We drive to Kfar Nokdim, in the beauty and silence of the dessert to a Bedouin encampment. Again the diversity of inhabitants invites us to share their culture, which is filled with color and mystique. We will ride the camels that were the major source of transportation in ancient times, and experience Bedouin hospitality and Hafla dinner. Embracing another path to Oneness.

We sleep so deeply as we are surrounded by the silence, under the stars, we embrace all that we are and our Oneness to all that is. Overnight at Kfar Hanokdim.

Day 6-Wed

After an early breakfast we’ll have long drive north and arrive in Haifa and ascend Mt. Carmel for a panoramic view of Haifa Bay and the beautiful Baha’i Gardens with it’s impressive Temples. It is a city where Jews, Muslims, Christian Arabs, Bahai’s, and the Druze live together in peace. A place where the Baha’i believe in One Source for all religions and one with nature. Then we will travel to the ancient crusader port city of Acco, the fascinating UNSCO town with new excavations 1000 years old. Visit the Crusader Halls and to see the underground tunnels and pathways. We will enjoy lunch on the sea as we eat the best Hummus in Israel, and the delights of Israel’s cuisine.

We then head for Safed (Tzfat) the home of the mystical Kabalists. One enters and gets immediately pulled into the mystical realms of creation. It is the gateway to the path of the mystic.

Overnight in Safed

Day 7-Thu

After an early breakfast we’ll visit the Mystical City of Safed (the birthplace of Kabbalah) one of the Four Holy Cities according to tradition with its Kabalistic studies. The spirit of the Kabbalah is a living vibration in Tzfat. We will feel the beauty, power and wisdom as we absorb the energy we receive from its teachings. We will taste the mystery of the One.

We will stroll through the narrow, winding alley’s, visit some of the beautiful synagogues and browse through the artists’ workshops and galleries found in the flourishing artists’ quarter.

Here we’ll stop at the Safed Candle Making store where you can see many how they create candle of all shapes, sizes, and colors.

In Safed we’ll have a special learning session at the Kabbalah Center to learn about Jewish Mysticisms and its role in everyday life.

We head out to the Kibbutz Ein Gev changing the somewhat intense energy of Safed to the most peaceful energy around the Sea of Galilee

Overnight at Kibbutz Ein Gev.

Day 8-Fri

As we awaken from a deep and peaceful sleep we meet for breakfast in the communal dinning area for a sumptuous Israeli Kibbutz breakfast. After breakfast we depart the Kibbutz to visit Capernaum; a 2nd century synagogue that was discovered and which threw light on the life of the community of that era. According to the Christian tradition, Jesus served here as a local rabbi and performed miracles. We will also go to the Chapel of the Primacy of Peter where a wave of peace will fill you from your feet up to your head as you bathe your feet in the Galilee. We will do a past life regression here since the energy is so palpable and the memories so clear. Your connection to Jesus and that lifetime will reveal itself on this very spot.

On to Mount Beatitudes; north of the Sea of Galilee, atop the Beatitudes Mount, lies a beautiful church where you can enjoy a magnificent view of the northern part of Sea of Galilee

and including Tabgha and Capernaum.

  Next we’ll go to Tabgha to the Church of the Multiplication, the traditional site of the miracle of the multiplication of the loaves and fishes and the third resurrection appearance of Jesus. Open your heart and manifest. The energy is there for your needs.

We will take a boat ride on the calm waters of the Sea of Galilee in silence to open our hearts embracing the powerful love, peace and healing gifted to us for our own evolution.

Overnight at Kibbutz Eon Get

Day 9-Sat

After breakfast, we will leave the north to visit the beautiful gardens of Tel Don. It was thought to be the “Garden of Eden” by many. It holds a powerful hypnotic energy from the natural beauty.

10,000 Years of History

Biblical Archaeology doesn’t get more exciting than this!

“Tel Dan is one of the most important sites for the archaeological and historical recovery of ancient Israel. The city of Dan represented the northern border of the biblical kingdom of Israel. It was here, 2900 years ago, that King Hazael of Damascus punctuated his invasion of Israelite territory with the erection of the famous House of David inscription, the oldest document to mention the historical King David. It is here that visitors can explore King Jeroboam’s temple, which the Hebrew Bible indicates he established to house the golden calf and challenge the temple in Jerusalem for religious supremacy. It was here that Bronze Age inhabitants constructed the world’s oldest known gated archway more than 1500 years before the Romans supposedly invented the arch. The Hebrew Bible attributes the city’s name to the eponymous Israelite tribe of Dan, but the site was clearly significant for millennia before the ancestral traditions of Israel’s prehistory. There is evidence of settlement dating to the Neolithic and Chalcolithic communities of the sixth to fourth millennia BCE. Massive Early Bronze Age stone fortifications ring a site that would boast even more impressive mud brick structures during the Middle Bronze Age. The Egyptian execration texts and cuneiform tablets from the Mesopotamian city of Mari both attest to Dan’s significance in the early second millennium BCE. Throughout the Iron Age, Israelites, Aramaeans, and Assyrians vied for control of a city whose cultic significance stretched well into the Greco-Roman period. A Greek dedicatory inscription reading “for the god who is in Dan” indicates not only the memory of the city’s religious history, but also confirms beyond doubt the identification of Tell al-Qadi (as the site is known in Arabic) with the biblical city of Dan.’

‘You can meditate in the site by the falls.

Overnight at

Day 10-Sun

After breakfast, we head out refreshed from a good night sleep to visit the Old Port City of Jaffa (Yafo), just south of Tel Aviv for a beautiful panoramic view of Tel Aviv and a sense of the first Jewish City of the modern era, established in 1909.

Jaffa is a place for beginnings, both of many tours of Israel, and in the Bible. Jonah’s journey, Tabitha’s restoration to life, and Peter’s conversion of Gentiles all began here. Thus, Jaffa, Tel Aviv’s “older sister” boasts bountiful biblical history, along with charming lanes, antiquities, quiet churches, galleries and a picturesque fishing port. 
In Jaffa, Peter was divinely led to “think out of the box.” The story in Acts 10:5-23, finds Peter on the rooftop of the House of Simon the Tanner, where he had his famous vision (Acts 10:12-13), that led him to preach the Gospel to the gentiles at Caesarea. Peter’s resurrection of the righteous Tabitha (Acts 9:36-42) is marked at the Russian Orthodox Church of Tabitha. 

Jaffa’s landmark Church of St. Peter is off Kedumim Square, where a visitor’s center shows off the city’s long and fascinating history. At the end of a lane leading through the artists’ colony to Summit Park, an archaeological dig reveals a fortress built by the “Pharaoh of the Exodus,” Ramses II.

Next we’ll enjoy a walking tour of Neve Tzedek, Tel Aviv’s new hip neighborhood where the intellectual elite lived during Israel’s early days.

Meditation time on the beach. Last dinner together reflecting on our own ascension of consciousness and the evolution that took place within each one of us and the whole group.

Overnight at Tel Aviv-Hotel Don Panorama.

Day 11- Mon

Departure – After breakfast transfer to Ben Gurion Airport or extended stay in Israel.




PAYMENTS: A non-refundable deposit of $500 per person is required two weeks after confirmation of land arrangements. This deposit is applied towards the total trip cost. Final payment is due 60 days prior to trip departure. Payment due dates are subject to change. Prices quoted are subject to change until paid in full. Airline tickets have to be paid in full at the time of the reservation.

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AMENDMENT FEES: There is a $100 amendment fee each time an itinerary is revised after invoicing. Amendments made after documents have been issued will incur a $150 fee to cover courier costs, communication costs and additional time to co-ordinate the changes.

Unused travel arrangements or travel arrangements cancelled, amended or altered once travel has commenced do not qualify for any refund.

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Thank you for allowing us to create this journey for you!

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If you are planning to stay on or go on to another country other than USA feel free to contact Ales at our wonderful travel agency and he will be happy to help you with your arrangements.


Ales Struna at Journeys of the Spirit- 1-866-866-5566

What to Bring:


Bring layers- Please bring clothing for both warm and cold days and nights. Bring toiletries and a towel, personal medications, hat for the sun, small backpack for the day tours, notebook and pen, sunscreen, sunglasses, water bottle, walking shoes and flip flops, natural bug spray, small umbrella, jacket, bathing suit, and passport.

Frequently asked questions: Go Israel Tourism


 It can be cold in the evenings! There may also be a light rain occasionally. The temperature can be as low as 45F in evening and during the day as high as 75F, depending on the location.

I hope you will be part of a trip that will change your life!



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