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A Energy Vortex Experience in Sedona Arizona

Updated on October 30, 2012

My Sedona Vortex Vacation Experience

There are many vacation sites around the world that radiate a spiraling force of energy that emanates from inside the earth itself. These energy centers are called vortexes. Vortexes are very similar to the motion of a whirlwind or a tornado but the flow of energy is gentle and constant. Many believe these locations have an ancient spiritual power that resonates in harmony with our body's physical energy to produce a positive, even life-changing experience.

Sedona, Arizona is one the most powerful sites to experience these energy vortexes firsthand. There are four main vortex points in Sedona; last summer I visited all of them. Below are images from my trip and brief explanations of how each vortex is thought to work. I have to admit after my pilgrimage I came home energized, cleansed and feeling more in touch with God and nature than I had in a long while..

While I would encourage you to visit this magical place, I do recognize that we each need to experience our life's journey in our own way...

Practical Guide to Sedona's Vortex Sites

What Is a Vortex? A Practical Guide to Sedona's Vortex Sites
What Is a Vortex? A Practical Guide to Sedona's Vortex Sites

WHAT IS A VORTEX? is a Practical Guide to Sedona's Energy Sites, ideal for anyone visiting Red Rock country with an inquiring mind about the area's energy. The book answers the most frequently asked questions such as: How do you get to a vortex? Is there any scientific evidence for them? It also provides a map and driving directions and information on several of Sedona's vortexes, with beautiful photos to let you know what you're heading for. The visualization in the book gives you the chance to tap into the energy on your own.

 

Map of The Vortex by Sedona.net

Map of The Vortex by Sedona.net
Map of The Vortex by Sedona.net

Bell Rock Vortex - Masculine, Feminine, Balancing Energies

bell rock
bell rock

Bell Rock is the most powerful of all the vortex sites in Sedona. It is said to strengthen both the masculine and feminine aspects of your being as well as create balance between the two.

Bell Rock Poster Print

Photography Poster - Bell Rock Formation Sedona Arizona 24 X 16.5
Photography Poster - Bell Rock Formation Sedona Arizona 24 X 16.5

Cloud-Filled Sky over Bell Rock, a Main Energy Vortex in Sedona is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for any museum or gallery display.

 

Boynton Canyon Vortex - Balancing Energy

boynton canyon
boynton canyon

As you can see from the picture, Juniper trees physically manifest the energy of a vortex by twisting in a helical spiral. At Sedona's Boynton Canyon the energy is said to strengthen both the masculine and the feminine sides or balance the yin and yang of an individual. This balance is important for relationships as it strengthens attributes such as intimacy, commitment, honesty and openness between partners.

Cathedral Rock Vortex by Oak Creek - Feminine Energy

cathedral rock
cathedral rock

The Cathedral Rock vortex enhances feminine energy. It strengthens the attributes of kindness, compassion, patience and fairness. It also assists those struggling to be more reliable and encourages commitments.

Airport Vortex - Masculine Energy

The Airport Mesa vortex gives off a masculine energy. It enhances confidence, decisiveness, focus, responsibility and strength.

Share the Energy and Beauty of Sedona

Me on Vacation in Sedona

Me on Vacation in Sedona
Me on Vacation in Sedona

Have you been to Sedona, Arizona?

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    • jimbarnes lm profile image

      jimbarnes lm 5 years ago

      no, i have not, but i would like to, maybe someday soon.

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      Sensitive Fern 5 years ago

      I'm already trying to figure out how to get back and maybe...live...there. That would be a huge leap.

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      kougar lm 6 years ago

      It has been my dream place for over 15 years. I hope one day, my dream will come true. Wonderful lens.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      I went 3 years ago. The healing continues. I really think it changed my life.

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      RinchenChodron 6 years ago

      Yes, I've been to Sedona and I loved it there!

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      sorana lm 6 years ago

      No, I haven't :(. Your lens is beautiful.

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      Jhangora LM 6 years ago

      Really beautiful pics.

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      moonlitta 6 years ago

      The Bell Rock looks most appealing to me though the trees you've photographed are impressive, too. Still I'll probably limit my experience to pictures only:)

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      MargoPArrowsmith 6 years ago

      No, the closest I have been is the saguaro forest in Tucson which is close and magical, but different, so I will have to get to Sedona

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      julieannbrady 6 years ago

      Not been there yet, but my mom has encouraged me to experience it. Such an uplifting experience!