Sedona Guided Meditation Overview
Calm your mind and enliven your senses with Sedona's unique beauty and energy. Watch this overview that explains the phenomenal, meditative benefits of Sedona's vortices and unique geology.
Awaken Your Creative Energy with a Meditation of the Bell Rock Vortex
Bell Rock is one of Sedona's strongest vortices. Connect with its powerful energy to activate your creativity and visions for the future.
Cool and Cleansing Cathedral Rock Meditation
Another popular and sacred vortex site, Cathedral Rock boasts lush forest and the sparkling, rushing waters of Oak Creek. Clear negative emotions or painful experiences as you virtually experience this healing, sitting meditation beside a running stream.
Twilight Meditation on Airport Mesa
Come visit Airport Mesa, one of Sedona's most popular vortex sites. Twilight, when the surface of the earth is neither completely dark nor completely light, is an auspicious time to find your inner balance.
Sedona Guided Meditation: Fay Canyon's Shifting Light and Shapes
Come be mesmerized by the ethereal rock formations and soft red sand of Fay Canyon. Fay Canyon is especially notable for its shifting shapes and light. In fact, its rock faces are so diverse, it helps one become a "visionary," seeing any shape your mind or spirit desires.
Sedona Guided Meditation: Sedona Mago Retreat
Mago means "Mother Earth" in Korean. At Mago Retreat, you can quietly feel your connection to the earth. A peaceful, silent place far from the bustle of city life, Because of its unique high desert landscape, beautiful gardens and energy vortexes, it's been a site for healing meditation retreats for many decades. Come take a guided tree meditation tour and enjoy it for yourself.
Sedona Guided Meditation: Schnebly Hill
Experience the spectacular views of red rock buttes towering over deep green forests with clear blue skies above greet you on the approach to Schnebly Hill, making this one of the most prized tour destinations in Sedona! An awe-inspiring landscape, this area was the site of many sacred rituals for many Native American groups.