One of my favorite destinations is Sedona Arizona, it is absolutely gorgeous. It is famous for the glowing red rocks, but Sedona has so much more than that to offer. Along with the gorgeous views, there are many other things to do and see. Multi colored stone monoliths jut upwards from the high desert floor creating a vivid, mesmerizing setting that changes hourly with the light. Just before sunset is as if someone flipped on the light switch, they are so golden red.. There is a great combination of wilderness, spas and resorts. They have taken great care to not ruin the scenery with gaudy highrise building, instead opting for a nice blend. The photo above is a great example of architecture blending with the environment. This church is formally the Sedna Chapel of the Holy Cross, most people call it the church of the rocks. It was designed and built by Marguerite Bruswig Staude, the large cross was inspired by the Empire State Building in New York. It sits about 250 feet up on a 1000 foot rock outcropping. Over the years Sedona has developed a global reputation as a place of enlightenment and healing. Beyond the vortexes, a wide range of healing practitioners are ready to assist visitors on their spiritual quest. Psychics, massage therapists, spiritual counselors, reiki masters, life coaches and shamans abound, something for everything. If you haven’t been to Sedona, put it on the bucket list.
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