Sedona, Arizona, Power Spot of Mystical Vortexes
Sedona, Arizona, the Power Spot of Mystical Vortexes.
If you are on the highway highway 89A in Arizona, you must make a stay in Sedona. Sedona is about 30 miles south of Flagstaff, and 110 miles north of Phoenix.
Sedona is 2014 Gold NATJA Winner for Best Destination Video (North American Travel Journalists Association). Its natural beauty breathtaking, mild climate and clean air make the second tourist destination Sedona Arizona.
Sedona is equal parts rugged, equal parts resort. Regarded by Native Americans as sacred, Sedona continues to be recognized as a place of healing and spiritual renewal.
Surrounded by 1.8 million acres of national forest land, there are a lot of trails for hiking and biking, along with bouncy jeep tracks, weave among the bristling forest of pinnacles, spires, buttes and domes.
I had rented for a few hours “Tomcar” (The Tomcar is a kind of trade off-road utility vehicle). It was absolutely amazing, I love it. I filmed with “gopro” this funny adventure, I made a video compilation: Tomcar in sedona.
In addition to being a beautiful and serene place, Sedona has long been known as a spiritual power center. This is because the power that emanates from the vortexes produces some of the most remarkable energy on the planet.
With the arrival of Max Ernst, Pope of Surrealism, who moved to Sedona in 1946, with his girlfriend of the moment, the artist Dorothea Tanning. Ernst was then facing him as the vastness of the desert populated ghosts of the Indians, who left in the area many anthropomorphic petroglyphs. On a hill, he built his hands a wooden house that will live until 1953, and deploys its unusual bestiary. There he even creates one of his most powerful masterpieces, Capricorn, a giant sculpture that rises, like a totem, face the emptiness of the landscape.
The water drains into the flow of a sink is the most common example of vortex. For fans of new age, vortex, which exist naturally, create and release energy to the source from which it is possible to regenerate. The vortex can be linked to tellurism, name by which the Earth’s magnetism and means, by extension, the act of capturing this magnetism through the intercession of trees, standing stones and vortex.
The vortexes in Sedona are swirling centers of subtle energy coming out from the surface of the earth. The vortex energy is not exactly electricity or magnetism, although it does leave a slight measurable residual magnetism in the places where it is strongest.
Most Popular Vortex Sites:
Cathedral Rock – is found on Lower Red Rock Loop Road – the rock structure resembles an al fresco sandstone cathedral, endearing it to those of a spiritual bent.
Bell Rock – situated next to the Village of Oak Creek – the bell-shaped sandstone gives the rock its name.
Airport Mesa – this vortex is in the vicinity of uptown Sedona, and boasts wonderful views.