Itinerary Mary Magdalene Tours (nine day tour sample, and one day for travel) Enjoy a small, intimate tour in the heart of one of the world’s most powerfully spiritual places.
I am so pleased to announce, Evelyne Sebastien will be the chef for the 2017 France Tour June 20th – 30th. Evelyne has decades of experience as a chef of wholistic and delicious French Cuisine. Enjoy a rich variety of french tradition in four course meals, delicious wines and desserts with the healthiest foods in […]
The Best Kept Secret Of Vals, France By Bart Sharp On a small country farm road between Mirepoix and Pamiers France is the small village of Vals, there is a historical momument called Church Of Sainte Marie or Eglise Rupertre de Vals.
Power Spots In France and United States By Bart Sharp I was recently asked what are the biggest power spots in United States? The question was stimulating as I began thinking about the differences between power spots in the United States and Europe, in particularly France.
Why Go To Pic De Bugarach? By Bart Sharp Why do we go to power spots such as Pic De Bugarach? Is it the cool thing to do for those metaphysically inclined? Is it a path to God? Will it change us into the infinite beings we wish to become?
Cave Of Mary Magdalene By Bart Sharp There are so many best-kept secrets in southern France, by the grace of God people appear in my life to be my guide to show me a few of them. Thanks to Maurice who volunteered and my traveling companion, Cecile as we visited The Cave […]
The Path Of Mary By Bart Sharp In the communal forest south of Bugarach, on a road no one knows its age, is a marker or a plaque engraved into the flat side of a rocky hillside. There at this relatively vertical rock face, engraved into the stone as a marker, written in French, […]
Pic De Bugarach Pic De Bugarach By Bart Sharp Pic De Bugarach, nicknamed “The Magic Mountain” is both an energetic and geological phenomenon in Southern France. Geologists say Bugarach is a mountain built upside down. Thousands of years ago when the formations of the Pyrenees Mountains were arising out from the […]
Rennes Les Bain By Bart Sharp Rennes Les Bains is small quaint town rich in history, first made popular by the Romans who visited for the healing waters of the hot water mineral baths, rich mineral resources and cooking salts from the springs. Nestled in the foothills of the Pyrenees Mountains the town […]