Hebron Falls, Near Boone, NC
Private Spiritual Residential Intensives
This is Why...It's About Time.
What actually happens will be divinely guided in the moment and spontaneous. Likely content may include...
This work has to be done in the mountains. Both the ArchAngel Michael and St George have said that the energies in cities inhibit the integration of new patterns. It is about time....
This is why...It's Also About Place
Ashid IS Gregory Possman
To be with Ashid is to be affected, not so much by what he does, but by who he IS. You will be inspired and affected by his very quality of being. You will feel his essence and his love and you will be nourished purely by being in his presence.
What does the High Country’s surrounding area offer?
The High Country hills resound with the tones of music from Blue Grass through Jazz to Baroque. There are free outdoor concerts every summer weekend on Friday nights in both Boone and Todd. Both locations are minutes from our home. Appalachian State University's Summer Festival stages a stunning variety of outstanding performances in July of each year.
Arts, Crafts and Museums
There are 400 artists living and practicing in the High Country area. Boone is home to 14 art galleries and several museums. The new Turchin Center for the Visual Arts should not be missed. The Wilcox Emporium features handmade crafts in its Mountain Heritage section. The Farmer’s Hardware location in downtown Boone is a collection of high quality crafts and products on display. The Cone Manor gift shop is another place to see and shop for outstanding crafts that include weavings, statuary, wood carvings, ceramics, and metal crafts. Blowing Rock's monthly Art in the Park events provide a venue for local artists and craftspeople as does the craft shop at Moses Cone Mansion. Ashe County's Frescos are famous creations by noted American fresco painter Ben Long. Definitely, worth a visit.
Spectator activities include professional productions at Blowing Rock Stage , the Horne in the West Pageant as well as Lees McRae College Summer Theater and Ashe County Little Theater. Appalachian State University in Boone often offers stage productions by both students and faculty.
The Great Outdoors
Hardier souls who like to walk and hike, are invited to visit the local vortexes, power spots and natural aspects of Blue Ridge beauty. There are hiking trails everywhere including, Moses Cone Manor and Julian Price Park on the Blue Ridge Parkway , New River State Park and Archangel Michael’s favorite, Mt. Jefferson State Natural Area in Ashe County. Glen Burney Trail in Blowing Rock leads to three water falls. Further out, there are Linville Falls and Linville Caverns and of course, Grandfather Mountain. For an experience that is both fun and heartwarming, visit the Watauga County Humane Society Animal Shelter and take a homeless dog for a walk along Boone’s Greenway Trail. Enjoy this walk along the water as your new found friend joins you, temporarily of course! Only two miles from our home are opportunities for Kayaking and inner-tubing on the peaceful New River. There are also chances to go horseback riding, boating at Price Lake, golfing and trout fishing.
For those who enjoy shopping, there are beaucoup boutiques in the quaint Shopps At Farmers Hardware downtown in old Boone where you’ll also find many art and craft galleries, antique shops, and unique eateries. The original Mast General Store in Valle Crucis and the Mercantile in Boone are both favorites. Nearby Blowing Rock, made famous by Jan Karon’s Mitford books and at one time known as the Charleston Riviera, is home of much to enjoy including many trendy shops and some fine restaurants. For outlet fans, there are the Shoppes on The Parkway six miles from Boone on highway 321. The shops at Banner Elk and Lees McCrae college are about twenty-five miles away. West Jefferson hosts the Ashe County Cheese Company’s cheese factory and store, North Carolina’s oldest and most famous.