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The Energy of Sedona

Sedona offers so much in just its breath-taking beauty. It is a place where you can walk outside your front door inhale the fresh scent of juniper, admire the views of the red rock, and relax into another time.  It is truly a hidden gem that will take your breath away and leave you feeling like the weight of the world has been lifted off your shoulders.

Many claim that it is the vortexes which create this enlightened feeling. But I believe that Sedona  is just a place of natural beauty. It’s stoic landscape tells you let it be.  As you breathe in the air you feel calm and at peace.  It is this feeling that I wish could last a lifetime.

Do you have a place you like to visit  that makes you feel at peace?


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Darcie

Darcie Cameron is a RYT 200 who believes Yoga is a gift that is accessible to everyone with proper modifications, a patient smile and just taking the time to breathe. One of the greatest presents you will ever unwrap is when you connect your mind, body and spirit in perfect sync with your own breath. Connect with Darcie on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/darciecameronlovesyoga

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  1. I was in Sedona once for about three hours. It was so peaceful. Lucky you visiting there.

    I think the most serene place for me is Ft. Myers/Naples FL area. I can walk on those beaches for hours and feel totally at peace.

  2. I live very close to the mountains and I love its beauty and majesty. But when I was stressed out I went to the ocean and watched the ocean waves crash in and out off the shore. I felt that that was healing to me. I hope to get to Sedona someday I hear it is spiritual.

    1. You would love Sedona! It is really gorgeous place! And the food! Oh! Sooo many good restaurants!

      The ocean is very soothing and I miss it. Some days I really hate being land-locked 🙂

  3. I haven’t made it there yet but I think it might be near some hot air ballooning opportunities for you! 🙂 I do love the beauty of the Southwest and how all the colors are so different while they just glow. It is very spiritual.

    1. Oh! There are several! We just didn’t make it this time! I think I will do it on our next trip 🙂 It is spectacular to watch the changing landscape and I feel very blessed to have finally visited 🙂

  4. Wow! That is one awesome picture, Darcie, simply breathtaking. But since I have never been there, the one place that I can think of that caused me to feel exhilarated was our road trip to Portland, Oregon last year. Once we entered the lush green mountains of Portland, I felt I’d been transported to another planet. I found it stunningly beautiful!!

    Thank you for helping me to remember one of the best times I ever had with my husband. 🙂

    Virtual hugs, Amiga mia!
    ~Virginia

    1. Thank you! Oregon is a place I would love to visit and following your travels last year I know all the perfect spots to dine 😉

      Your anniversary is coming up soon? Will you guys be doing another road trip?

      1. Sorry, Darcie, for finally coming by to respond. Anyhow… We had hoped to take another road trip to Oregon this year, but, with the unplanned move we made this year, and the rent for the new house being a whole lot more than we had hoped to pay, well, our trip will have to wait until next year. Sigh!

      2. Never apologize! That is a bummer. Is there any day trips you could plan? Get away just the two of you. California seems like such a lovely place with beautiful views and food.

  5. What a fantastic place, it oozes calm. I live in a beautiful part of England that has so many special places of beauty and serinity; I’m often spoiled for choice. The view in my avatar has to be one of my favourites.

  6. Sedona is only a couple of hours from me, yet we’ve never visited. Maybe one of these days….

    I do have a place right down the road that makes me feel peaceful. It is a riparian institute. Right in the middle of the city, behind the county library in fact, is a preserve for birds with several man-made lakes. My favorite bird, the heron, can often be spotted fishing. My family takes walks there often, and I have said many times I am going to just go sit and “be” when I need to.

  7. Sedonna and Oak Creek Canyon are spectacular, the Red Rocks pull you in and seem to mesmerize the senses. It is a shame it has gotten so commercial over the years, twenty-five years ago it was a lot better.

    In the area is Jerome, did you make it there, it is an old abandoned copper mining town sitting on the side of a mountain, nice day trip out of Flagstaff.

    Enjoyed the piece,

    DS

    1. I remember going to Slide Rock in Oak Creek Canyon when I was in Jr. High. That was back in the 1980s. I wonder if that is still the same.

      My ex-husband and I went to Jerome one night and almost went to the bar on the very top of the mountain, but I didn’t want to be coming down from there after dark. I heard it is a fantastic place for food and atmosphere, though.

      1. Nice little day trip, best way to see it is to go to Williams, take the two lane south off of I-40 and then come in on the backside. If it is raining, go thru Sedona, as they have a lot of rock slides on the backdoor when they have rains in the area.

        Used to go all over that particular area of the Southwest in the Seventies on my Harley. Now days I just run around in the small car and say ….. “Hey Kids! Look at that!”

        DS

      2. It was a very neat little spot! And the views from the top were fantastic! We enjoyed the Haunted Hamburger and the kids were on the look out for the hammer stealing ghost the whole time.

  8. That Sedona is so tranquil and I can feel the ‘let it be feeling’ within me by just looking at the photo!
    I have to search hard in my brain …let me think for a moment. Two places come to mind … I think they are somewhat related. Up high in the mountain … I believe it was Mount Pilatus in Lucerne, Switzerland and Mount Bromo, Indonesia. Somehow being up in the mountain watching sunset just traverses the ‘let it be’ feeling to me.

  9. Wow, I really must get out more from my cave . . . beautiful image here! When I finally crawl out I must go to the Grand Canyon, Sedona and perhaps somewhere exotic like Tahiti. You’re making my bucket list longer and longer 😉

    1. Yay! I hope you do go! I think you would really enjoy it! There is just so much beauty in that area 🙂

      I would also like to go to Tahiti and relax by the cool blue. Some day We will make it there!

  10. And who can’t “let it be” with scenery like that! Belle, that shot is amazing! The red rock seems to be everywhere. It looks magical! 🙂

  11. For me it is as easy as a trip to the sea shore. But, a big treat is a trip to Yosemite. Being there is one of my favorite things…I love the mountains as much as the ocean. Plant me by a large late, surrounded by trees and I could die happy. My favorite tree is the Dogwood, which is all over Yosemite….just beautiful!

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