Sedona Vortex


Vortex – Healing Energy

“At the same moment, Jesus felt energy discharging from him. He turned around to the crowd and asked, “Who touched my robe?”  Mark 5:30 The Message

“Everyone was trying to touch him—so much energy surging from him, so many people healed! Then he spoke: You’re blessed when you’ve lost it all. God’s kingdom is there for the finding.” Luke 6:20-21 The Message

Entrance to Boynton Canyon

Sedona, AZ is known for red rocks, beauty and the vortexes, which are thought to be places of energy that are healing.  People are said to feel inspired or uplifted after visiting a vortex. There are several to choose from with rumored differences in energy coming in or out of the earth.  We hiked into Boynton Canyon as a group, exploring the Red rock beauty.  

Man gave us Rocks, Wished us Peace on the Way to Vortex

There was Native American flute music from the resort in Boynton canyon. The light around the mountains were sparkling with the early morning sun.  We found a peaceful circle of rocks surrounded by painted crosses.  At the end of the hike, half of our group climbed farther up the entrance to Boynton canyon to experience the vortex.  

I had no feeling in my right toes after the 3-mile hike we had completed. My friend had numbness and tingling in the lower half of her body. The Boynton Canyon vortex is located between two tall spiral red rocks.  We climbed up to the saddle between the rocks and settled by a twisted juniper to feel whatever we would feel.  My friend took time to lie on the rock and rest.  I could not get my camera to work, so I sat there clicking through the delete options for five minutes or more. 

Vortex between two Spires

I said, “When we stand up, we are going to hurt from the hike.” When we stood up, we looked at each other. She said, “The tingling is gone.”  I said, “I have feeling in my foot.”  In shear amazement, we descended the hill in silence.  What had happened?  We hiked the next day, and we had no pain.  Some sort of healing had occurred. What was it? I do not know.

View from Twisted Juniper

Have you experienced a “moment to remember?” When have you felt something you cannot explain? 

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