There are many ancient sites on the planet that are famous for vortexes including the Great Pyramid in Egypt, Machu Picchu in Peru, Bali, Stonehenge, Uluru/Ayers Rock in Australia, and Sedona in Arizona. The website visitsedona.com describes a vortex as follows: "Sedona vortexes (the proper grammatical form ‘vortices’ is rarely used) are thought to be swirling centers of energy that are conducive to healing, meditation and self-exploration. These are places where the earth seems especially alive with energy."
It is a popular destination for those seeking healing, enlightenment, or those who are drawn by the rumors that it is a portal to commune with terrestrial and celestial spirits.
In an interview with thrillist.com, this is what Mike Koopsen of L'Auberge de Sedona had to say: "Each person experiences a vortex differently. He suggests sitting quietly and taking deep breaths, visualizing something meaningful or relaxing, and, most of all, being open to the experience and if that doesn't help then he suggests doing this: “Relax and let the awesome beauty of the area inspire you."
There are four hotspots in Sedona where the energy is said to be the most intense and these include the vortexes at Airport Mesa, Cathedral Rock, Bell Rock, and Boynton Canyon. These vortexes, which are located among scenic red formations, have been categorized as masculine energy and feminine energy based on whether the energy is entering or leaving the earth.
Although tours and individual guides are present for the visitors who come from near and far to experience this mysterious energy, the Sedona Vortex is easy to navigate thanks to the maps and other resources available at the visitor center.
Disclaimer: The content is for informational purposes only and not meant as medical advice.
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