One of the most common questions I get as a Meditation Guide in Sedona is about the vortexes.
What are they?
Where are they?
Are they real?
Everything that is alive has its own magnetic field. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRIs) uses the body’s natural magnetic properties to produce detailed images from any part of the body. Magnetism is a proven reality of life.
Just like us humans, The Earth, our home, is also a living sentient being with its own magnetic fields. A vortex is simply a location on the Earth where the magnetic field is particularly strong. Where the pull between the poles is particularly intense. When we step onto a vortex our cells know it. We have iron in our blood, which literally responds to the land energy. The interaction causes our cells to vibrate with more intensity. Life loves movement, and the more movement the higher the vibration. In areas where the vortex is particular strong, if we are sensitive, we may suddenly feel light, less pain and peaceful because our Life Energy is intensifying. High vibration is synonymous with increased levels of consciousness. Basically, we feel good in a vortex.
For those of us who are well versed in energy awareness, we will know when we’ve arrived at a vortex. For those less versed, you’ll feel something, but perhaps you won’t be able to put your finger on the change. Aware or oblivious we re-charge, heal and self-realize at a Vortex, and for that one can only be in awe of our planet…and in gratitude.
Some of the most popular vortices in Sedona include: Bell Rock, Cathedral Rock, Airport Mesa and Chapel of the Holy Cross.