The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart

The Native Americans called Sedona “the land where Mother Earth’s energy, which gives eternal life, comes out.” Furthermore, they believed that “great souls” inhabit the red rocks, and that they make the people who come and find Sedona awaken to their true dreams and yearnings.

BY: Ilchi Lee

 

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Vortex sites in Sedona are powerful energy spots that facilitate self—awareness and various healing experiences. They say the red iron rocks generate this kind of energy, as well as the massive crystals buried beneath them. Bell Rock, Airport Mesa, Cathedral Rock, and Boynton Canyon are known as four major vortexes. But in my experience, it’s not just these four places; Sedona itself is a vortex. Every time I return to it, I am surprised to feel how much energy is here.

The Native Americans called Sedona “the land where Mother Earth’s energy, which gives eternal life, comes out.” Furthermore, they believed that “great souls” inhabit the red rocks, and that they make the people who come and find Sedona awaken to their true dreams and yearnings.

I believe these legends are not merely wishful thinking.That’s because I, too, have met with great souls from the red rocks of Sedona, and have cultivated here my yearnings and dreams.

Read more about the amazing Sedona.

Excerpted from THE CALL OF SEDONA: Journey of the Heart, by Ilchi Lee.

Copyright © 2011 by Ilchi Lee. Excerpted with permission by Scribner, a Division of Simon & Schuster, Inc.

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