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Majestic Sedona!

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CIMG7238.jpgCIMG7264.jpgCIMG7267.jpg166316CIMG7412.jpgCIMG7420.jpgCIMG7442.jpgCIMG7455.jpgCIMG7546.jpgCIMG7554.jpgCIMG7557.jpgThe energy from the awe inspiring vortexes engulfed my heart and soul.
Every step I take, every breath I take I can feel the energy of the mountain
vortexes that surround me. I feel like I am being hugged by mountains.
Everywhere I look there is another vortex mountain emanating energy. There
is no photo or book that can fully deliver the majestic mountains views that
surrounds Sedona.

We drove in late at night on a mountain that had signs that said "no trucks
over 50" feet because of the switchbacks. When my husband was making
narrow turns with a view of 100 feet drop I was gripping my chair and silently praying.
While I trust his driving completely, we were driving at night with no lights, on an
unfamiliar road that had more turns and curves that the Amalfi coast in
Positano Italy. (At least the drivers here appear to be a bit saner).
Because we are towing our car, a dirt bike, mountain bike and a Honda
Goldwing motorcycle those turns were really SCARY! I kept visualizing us
safely parked in Sedona and thanked God each time he successfully made a

We found our way to our next parking destination and have a view that makes
me want to drop to me knees in prayers of gratitude every morning! Thank you universe.

I have worked with several healers since I have been here. I worked with a
rolfer and have experienced tremendously release in my body and feel gravity
finding its way into the muscles that I have been holding for a lifetime. I
suppose being a single woman and having felt the need to take care of
everything for so long created a pattern of defense in my physiology and
that programming has caused me a great deal of physical pain over the years.
My new lifestyle of just being in the moment coupled with the Rolfing seems
to really agree with me and my body. I feel so relaxed and find myself
breathing into parts of my body that had been long forgotten. I am claiming
my self back.

We came to Sedona to exhibit at the RAW Festival. Since we have become raw
food lovers it's a delight to be around other like minded souls. I have to
admit the vegetarian restaurants in Sedona are delicious. One restaurant in
particular is called De'lish and the name is perfect for everything we have
tried so far.

Today we hiked up Airport mountain. We took a three mile trail and did not
realize just how hot it could get on the mountain. We made the mistake of
being there at noon time and the sweltering sun really hit me upon reaching
the third mile. With the heat coupled with the altitude, I saw white and almost passed out.
Gratefully Andres had plenty of water and kept pouring cold water down my neck and head until I
could recover enough to continue. The mountain was challenging because the
terrain keeps changing with every step you take. The lesson I learned
today on the mountain was to just focus on my next step. I don't need to
know all the future steps, I just to to feel my way clear to the next step
and everything will take care of itself. The other lesson was to stop to
admire the beauty that surround me. The views expanded my heart and soul
and I really felt connected to nature.

Posted by Raimondo 00:44 Archived in USA Tagged automotive

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