What Is a Vortex?: A Practical Guide to Sedona's Vortex

What Is a Vortex?: A Practical Guide to Sedona's Vortex Sites [Reading] ➹ What Is a Vortex?: A Practical Guide to Sedona's Vortex Sites By Dennis Andres – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk How do I find a vortex How can I feel the energy Which is the best place to go From the practical to the spiritual, the scientific to the esoteric, this book answers your questions about Sedona while How do I find a a Vortex?: Kindle × vortex How can I feel the energy Which is the best place to go From the practical to the spiritual, the scientific to the esoteric, this book answers your questions about Sedona while guiding you to some of the most powerful places in nature.


10 thoughts on “What Is a Vortex?: A Practical Guide to Sedona's Vortex Sites

  1. Zeph Wibby Zeph Wibby says:

    I spent a few hours in Sedona and saw the word vortex everywhere with no explanations Then, suddenly, this book So I picked it up in hopes it would help me understand what I was seeing, and it did The book is not particularly well written, does a lot of sidestepping of the questions it puts in the reader s mouth why ask them in the first place if you re not going to even attempt to pretend to answer them honestly , and mostly serves to show that the phenomenon it s so enthusiastic about i I spent a few hours in Sedona and saw the word vortex everywhere with no explanations Then, suddenly, this book So I picked it up in hopes it would help me understand what I was seeing, and it did The book is not particularly well written, does a lot of sidestepping of the questions it puts in the reader s mouth why ask them in the first place if you re not going to even attempt to pretend to answer them honestly , and mostly serves to show that the phenomenon it s so enthusiastic about is definitely a product of the imagination rather than something that exists objectively And that s fine What it winds up describing instead with its the vortexes are everywhere, just go where you feel a connection attitude is an idea that we are always connected to nature, mindfulness can help with emotional and physical healing, and anyone trying to sell you a specific place or approach as the one true way can be safely ignored If you re going to spend some time in Sedona and are at all interested in this vortex thing, maybe read this book and decide how you specifically want to approach it before being bombarded with a dozen or so guides charging you for the official experience I wound up wishing I had read this first and paidattention to the places themselves instead of the way they were being sold Next trip I ll skip the shops and guides part of the area entirely and go climb a rock


  2. Jody Jody says:

    This explains what a vortex is a concentration of energy and how to meditate to tap into the energy It then goes into detail about the vortexes in Sedona, Arizona Bell Rock, Cathedral Rock, Boynton Canyon and Airport Mesa.I was surprised to find Dick Sutphen mentioned in the book It is said his workshops help people connect with the energy.


  3. Marie Marie says:

    Interesting Will bring next time I visit Sedona I never heard of a vortex before, and the idea that it is energy flowing from a healthly part of the world and that it is an amplifier of the energy we bring to it is so interesting to me.


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