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We are always asked: What is a Sedona Vortex? Our answer is simply, A Sedona Vortex is a place in nature where the earth is exceptionally alive with energy. Sedona features many vortex sites where the earth energy swirls and draws to it’s center everything that surrounds it like a tornado. These magical Sedona Vortex sites, will often call out to you through your intuition if you’re open to the energy. You may also notice the trees near vortex sites often exhibit swirling or twisting of their trunks. Some say it is due the powerful vortex energy at the core of a Sedona Vortex. Some say, they just grow that way. You be the judge.
Before you go and seek out Sedona’s Vortex for the Day or throughout your vacation we always recommend that you visit the Red Rock Ranger District Visitor Center. This is where you can buy your Red Rock Pass and get all the information and advice you need from Sedona Experts. Last time we were there, we got the inside tip to avoid road construction on our way to hike Devils Bridge which saved us a TON of time. As for the Parking pass, it will allow you to park at any recreation area. There are Daily, Weekly and Annual Passes
Prices for the Red Rock Pass:
- Daily Parking Pass: $5
- Weekly Parking Pass: $15
- Annual Parking Pass: $20
(Prices subject to change without notice)
Red Rock Pass Tip: Make sure to have it hanging from your rear view mirror where the date is visible or where it is easily seen on your dash.
Is each Sedona Vortex different?
Yes, Sedona vortexes are all different. Some vortex energies flow up, some flow down, and some are more masculine while others are more feminine. Generally Page Bryant is credited with coining the term vortex to explain the phenomenon people were experiencing in these places. It certainly sounds better than Sedona Electromagnetic places. As for what you may feel when visiting a Sedona Vortex, that depends on which vortex you visit. Generally speaking the upflow vortexes such as spires, mountains and vistas deliver positive energy to uplift you and give you a sense of joy and rejuvenation. It’s like getting plugged into the universe and its harmony. Inflow vortexes are located in valleys and canyons and deliver energy that feels more introspective possibly connecting you to past/lost memories or past lives. Many find healing and the ability to overcome from inflow vortexes. Many people also experience flashes of who they were in a past life and this can be a powerful connection which can lead to healing and understanding.
How can I find a Sedona Vortex?
When visiting a Sedona vortex, we recommend that you treat each vortex visit as YOUR OWN journey. You may be with a group, but to experience vortex energy you need to tune into the energy for yourself. Before starting your hike, take a minute to take a few deep breaths to calm yourself ad settle your mind. This will let you tune into the Sedona Vortex energy. Many have done this and found vortex sites without any directions because the energy just called to them. You may be with a group, but your experience will be your won. Sedona is a magical, natural wonder, and there is no wrong way to experience the beauty of Sedona.