Sedona has a reputation as a place of enlightenment, healing, and spiritual practices that are said to emanate from the red rocks, known as vortexes. I might have found one, myself.
Sedona is not only known for its red rocks, but also for its vortex sites and crystal shops.
Before arriving, I did some research about hunting for vortexes. Essentially, a vortex is an energy spot where people go to heal, do yoga, or simply meditate.
I did want to try and find them, though it wasn’t the sole reason for my vacation to Sedona. Whether you’re a believer or not, I think it’s fun to learn about this type of energy and seek one out.
I don’t think I found a vortex per se, but when we hiked to the top of Cathedral Rock, it definitely gave me what I thought was a supernatural feeling. I remember standing at the top, looking out, seeing the grand 360-degree view of the city and feeling a powerful sense of joy take over me.
My husband, on the other hand, said he didn’t feel anything special. So, perhaps the power from the vortex truly comes from within the individual. Either way, I’d love to experience more of this side of Sedona, next time.