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What Are Sedona Vortexes?
What is a Vortex?
Sedona vortexes are energy centers that support healing, meditation, growth, and self-awareness. Visitors to Sedona feel inspired, re-energized, or uplifted by being in a vortex, while others feel calmer and grounded.
Sedona has the power totransform lives and for many sparks a spiritual awakening. No one leaves Sedona unchanged. Practicing meditation, yoga, or other rituals at vortex sites supports a journey of self-discovery. Sedona's high elevation, deep canyons, and magnificent blue skies all blend to create an environment for relaxation and stimulation.
The Different Sedona Vortex Energies
When you arrive in Sedona, you are in a vortex, yet there are distinct areas where the energy has different intensities The best-known Sedona vortexes include Airport Mesa, Cathedral Rock, Bell Rock, and Boynton Canyon—each resonating its own unique energy. Some vortexes radiate upward flowing energy, while others emit energy that spirals downward into the earth.
Upflow sites support a higher perspective whereas inflow sites, areas closer to the earth—near canyons, and caves— prompt introspection and contemplation. Look for twisted juniper trees that bend from the energy vortexes. Everyone experiences a vortex differently, Turn off your phone, sit quietly and take deep breaths being open to the experience.
Being in the center of Sedona makes this upflow site one of the most trafficked vortexes, which means it's hard to find parking (locals tip arrive early in the morning). The panoramic 360 view is breathtaking, especially at sunrise or sunset. Look for the twisted juniper trees, perhaps you'll see colored orbs.
One of the most distinct formations, Bell Rock looks like a huge standing bell. This upflow energy site, is easily accessible off high way 179, with the strongest vibrations felt on the north side.
Resonating with“inflow” energy, Cathedral offers the opportunity to slow down and look within.
Is a supernatural and sacred place to the local Yavapai-Apache tribes. It has both inflow and up-flow energies, the canyon resonates as inflow and the ridges and peaks as upflow energies. It unfolds two-and-a-half miles long, with energy throughout.
The Chapel of the Holy Cross
Nestled into the red rocks, The Chapel was inspired by a visit by Marguerite Brunswig Staude to the Empire State Building. It overlooks Sedona and resonates with vortex energy.
Is a remote scenic overlook with fewer tourists: an off-road vehicle will get you to the top (or a jeep tour is best), it's one of the highest plateaus in Sedona.
An alternative to the busy Sedona vortexes is Eagle’s Nest in Red Rock State Park on the outskirts of town.