Monday, November 17, 2008

Sedona's Magic

Whether or not you believe in the power of Sedona Arizona's renowned vortexes, there's no doubting the majesty of the red rock vistas in this special spot. Add a cloud-filled sky left over from a brief afternoon downpour, with pockets of blue sky and brilliant sun rays, and you couldn't have a more picturesque landscape. Every shift of light accentuates a different area of the majestic rocks, creating ever-changing views.

At one time, Sedona's natural beauty was it's primary draw. But the tiny town has grown to include more than 10,000 residents and, with them, a thriving arts presence that features more than 70 galleries. In fact, AmericanStyle magazine gave Sedona the third spot in its 2008 Top 25 Arts Destination competition.

Sedona's four vortexes also draw many enthusiasts. These are naturally occurring pockets of subtle energy that come from the earth's surface, across the globe. Spiritualists believe this energy also impacts each individual person who comes in contact with it, causing a positive emotional impact that may last for days after exposure.

No matter what draws you to Sedona the first time, it will likely draw you back.

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