On The Rocks

Rocks have an amazing effect on me … they always have.  It’s an energy that’s hard to describe and I’ve learned that not everyone experiences it.  To bad if you’re one of those people … really!

Always wanting to sit on the rocks (vortexes) in Sedona, Arizona, I finally got my chance last June.  It didn’t rock my world the way I thought it would. Must have been the hoards of people sucking the life out of my experience 🙂

What surprised me the most about Sedona was the strange feeling that I got that told me that collecting rocks from this place (and taking them home) would be stealing. I’ve never felt that way before … I always take rocks home but not from here.

Now don’t get me wrong, I loved Sedona and stayed at the El Portal Sedona Hotel which was truly amazing! But I envisioned that it would be something totally different from what it was.  Happy to report that I found what I was looking for in Utah.

Some of my favorite memories from our stay there.

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Obviously, this post has turned into a travel review instead of a metaphysical journey …  so with that I will tell you that it’s worth the trip, at least once in this lifetime. The spring and fall are considered Sedona’s high season, when you can expect the area’s highest hotel rates and densest crowds. We were there in June and it was still busy, busy.

Whether you’re into history and archaeology; arts and culture; shopping; outdoor sports; or the spiritual and metaphysical, imagine doing all this in a backdrop of some of the most spectacular scenery in the world.

Amen to that!


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