Sedona, AZ is part of the Colorado Plateau at 4,500 feet above sea level. It’s high desert climate, with sunny weather almost 300 days a year. All the red rock formations are formed by erosion. There are no actual mountains here. The majestic red rocks are either buttes, mesas, pinnacles or hoodoos. In her history, Sedona has been an inland sea and many people dream of dolphins while they are here because the sea energy remains.
I think I’m becoming in love with these Red Rock Groupies myself, because this landscape is as inherently spiritual as any I’ve seen. The colors are part of it—rich hues of every shade of red, pink and orange. The sunlight plays with the peaks and canyons, lighting up one portion of the landscape after another as the day progresses. In the evening, all you want to do is just sit in a chair and gaze at the rocks, enraptured.
I was particularly delighted to visit this place Sedona Arizona. Was a call that happened in a very strange way but thanks God I came! This New Age capital, site of alien landings, and center for energy vortexes. How could the Holy Rover not be fascinated by Sedona?
Some towns just luck out when it comes to scenery. That’s certainly true for Sedona, which has one of the most exquisite physical settings of any place I’ve been. Located in a valley, it’s surrounded by red rock formations. Forests create ribbons of green against the red, and the sky is almost always a brilliant blue.
Sedona is very known for those ENERGY VORTEX!
What is an energy vortex? I’m so glad you asked, because I spent $10 on the book written by Jamie Rota. According to Rota, there are seven major vortices in the Sedona area, places that she describes in this way:
These vortices are various locations in nature where vital energy is emitted in great abundance. The vortex centers have an aliveness and intensity of life-force energy that is amplified and concentrated. This spiraling energy flowing from the earth has been documented by human experience over the years and has been responsible for spontaneous healings and spiritual awakenings for hundreds of people.
Part of what I loved about Sedona was the sheer oddness of it, which was obvious at our very first stop, an information center on the edge of town. I came back to the car with a stack of brochures advertising psychic readings, aura photos, past life regressions, and UFO sighting tours. Was definitely my Disneyland place!!!!
Try as I might I convince Bob to spring for aura photos and we have so much fun discovering more and more about our personalities, this is a kind of thing that you do when you come here.
As I entered one shop, for example, these were the first words I heard: “We’re out of fairy dust and unicorn tears,” said one store clerk to another.
In another shop, I overheard a long conversation between the owner and a woman who was trying to decide which crystal to buy. “You’ll be led to the right one,” the woman assured her. “Just listen to your inner voice.” She talked about the various kinds of crystals and their powers, from increasing intuition to healing illnesses. The customer agonized over which one to buy, considering first this one and then that one. Finally the stress of the decision became too much for her and she left.
The owner turned to me and shook her head. “She’s blocking her energy,” she said sadly. “The crystals were talking to her and she couldn’t hear them.”
We also visited with a man who was trying to get us interested in a jeep tour of the area, but then the conversation wandered to what it was like to live in Sedona. “I’ve lived here for 20 years, and I’ve seen quite a few UFOs over my house,” he said. “I can often see the silvery underside of their ships. And out of town there’s a place that’s supposed to be an alien landing site, only you can’t get to it because it’s rotected by men in black.”
While Bob was thinking about the aura report we walked trough this little town Center for the New Age, full of stores with tarot cards, crystals, books, jewelry, and angel paraphernalia, they also have a concierge desk staffed by a helpful woman who will connect you with various mediums, healers, and psychics who have offices on site.
Bob and I also spent time in five of the Sedona energy vortexes. the hiking was gorgeous in every mountain each corner is breathtaking. Something about the combination of the deep red of the rocks and the green of the trees was almost mesmerizing, and I could see why people get entranced by Sedona and don’t want to leave.
On our last night in town we went up the hill to Airport Vortex, which is said to have the best sunset views in Sedona. There we were joined by some people.
The more time we spent watching the sunset, the more amazing it seemed. People were chatting to strangers. Nobody had their noses buried in their phones. I met people from Israel, Connecticut, Germany, and Florida. All of us were united in our experience of beauty, watching as the light illuminated the red rocks all around us.
It felt like a New Age version of heaven, with all nationalities coming together to watch the sky open. Was it a vortex? I can’t say for certain, but I’m pretty sure it raised my vibration level.
Once you’ve entered the landscape of spiritual Sedona, her powerful energy and tremendous beauty will call you back over and again.
So as I was captured for her beauty and power, so them I decided to come back as a Guide as well . I love to share my experiences and discoveries with open heart and mind people. I propose to very expert guide in Sedona to join us as a local guide during our stay, Bo Montenegro work with the Hopi Native and has many graduations and knowledge in this field.