Woman on a Shamanic journey retreat climbs the channel of a red rock

Spiritual Healing Meditation Sedona Vortex Sites

It doesn't matter if you only have a few hours to spend in Sedona, a whole entire weekend or an entire week, you should try and visit Sedona's vortex sites for an unforgettable spiritual experience. Vortex sites and outdoor destinations are great for hiking, walks and adventures. Get over to Sedona and enjoy the vortex experience!Best things to do in ...
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Man meditating on the red rocks during a Sedona Vortex Retreat

A Finding Purpose Retreat — Vortex Remembering

Are you in a time where you are unclear as to your purpose? Have you become confused as to what steps to take next to keep you on track? A Spiritual Sedona Finding Purpose Retreat can bring the clarity needed. The Finding Purpose Retreat was created to gently remind you of what you already know on a deeper level -- ...
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Sedona Vortex Retreat participants out of the land

A Beautiful Sedona Vortex Retreat Jin Shin Session

I have found that one of the biggest benefits of working with Sedona Vortex Retreats is the easy access to our wonderful practitioners and the variety of amazing sessions they offer. For example, I have received Jin Shin treatments from both of our master practitioners, Bonnie and Aurora. Both Bonnie and Aurora have wonderfully grounding energies, emanating quiet wisdom and ...
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Sweeping view of Sedona's red rocks

Sedona For All Seasons

There are four changing seasons in Sedona, and each season has something special to offer. Sedona has a pleasant weather most of the year compared any other place in the whole country. Regardless of the weather or season, Sedona can adapt and every season has a different experience and beauty to show.Seasonal Sedona - Spring, Summer, Winter, and Fall in ...
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Woman opening her arms to the sky and the red rocks of Sedona

Sedona New Agers Mystical Mecca

The ancient Native American Yavapai people knew about this energy they called "Great Mother". They celebrated it through their art and paintings in very sacred dwellings. The Sedona vortexes are powerful spots of kinetic energy capable of a deep effect on the ones who visit them. There are four main vortexes are in Boynton Canyon, Bell Rock, Cathedral Rock, and ...
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Woman feeling the energy of the red rocks in her hands on a Sedona Vortex Retreat

Feel Energy Sedona Vortexes

Sedona's vortexes are like funnels of energy that are concentrated in the center but can spread out about a mile in diameter. It is possible to actually go to these energy concentrated areas where you can jut sit down, meditate, and feel the energy. Some of energy vortexes require a little bit of a hike to access. The Energy of ...
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Hooked Sedona Vortexes

Sedona is very famous for its vortexes. A vortex is a place where there is said to be a metaphysical energy of some sort. Open-minded visitors and New Age types feel an energy and a sense of oneness and peace with the universe. Caught up in the vortexes of Sedona, Ariz. Sedona's beauty steals the words right out of your ...
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Statue of a buddha among Sedona's red rocks

Mini Meditations Finger In The Meditation Pool

Are you in a time where you are unclear as to your purpose? Have you become confused as to what steps to take next to keep you on track? A Spiritual Sedona Finding Purpose Retreat can bring the clarity needed. The Finding Purpose Retreat was created to gently remind you of what you already know on a deeper level -- ...
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Sweeping view of Sedona's red rocks

Best Sunsets Sedona

Watching a sunset in Sedona, Arizona can be a near-spiritual experience. With the natural beauty of Sedona, where the majestic mountains meets the desert. Sedona is well-known for its famous red rock formations, and the sun rays during sunset puts Sedona's natural beauty to a much higher level as the vibrant warm colors of the landscape glow against the colorful ...
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Sedona red rocks reach majestically into a cloudy sky

Sedona Cathedral Without Walls

Sedona, locals calls it: "A cathedral without walls." Almost 3 million visitors come to Sedona every year, situated among the towering and magnificent red sandstone rock formations. Most of these visitors are pilgrims on a spiritual journey headed to Sedona in search of spiritual renewal. Spiritual Sedona: the Arizona town bursting with positive vibes Sedona has no major churches, no ...
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