Meditation in Sedona
Millions of people travel to stunning Sedona, Arizona every
year. Some come for the fantastic views of the red rocks and green junipers;
others for the wealth of hiking, camping, and climbing available; and still
others as part of a spiritual journey, hoping to take advantage of the “energy
vortexes” and the many mediums, guides, and teachers that call this renowned
I also came to Sedona looking for a place in the United
States that I felt was a spiritual center. I’ve since made it my home because
Sedona has a spirit that promises awakening, renewal, and a coming together of
many groups and individuals seeking to create a new consciousness of
compassion, responsibility, and harmony on earth. That spirit doesn’t just
reside in the many unique and amazing people who live there, but in the land
It’s difficult, however, to perceive Sedona’s spirit if you
don’t have a sense of the energy that flows through everything, including our
own bodies and minds. That’s why I wrote a book of my experiences titled, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart.
I wanted to help people to be able to connect with the heart of the land
through energy, and in the process, connect with their own heart. For one thing
Sedona has showed me is that more beautiful that the most beautiful spot on
earth is our own soul, which resides in our heart.
Read on for energy meditations you can use to feel energy
for yourself and move forward on your own journey, whether in Sedona or
wherever you may be.
Ilchi Lee is an educator, mentor, and trailblazer who has
developed many mind-body training methods including Dahn Yoga and Brain
Education. He is also the founder of
Sedona Mago Retreat and the author of thirty-three books, including the New York Times bestseller, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart.
For more information about his Sedona experiences, visit this website!