Hey guys! So yeah, I’ve left Sedona, AZ and came back to New York. So many have asked if it’s for good and in a way for now it is. I mean, I did bring all my things back with me and drove almost 2,500 miles. But again, who knows what life will bring right?
On my way out of town, I stopped by Bell Rock. Not to hike but to spend time with Sedona’s energy there. It was the first vortex spot/mountain I went to when I got into town on January 2017. It seems fitting to make it a whole circle and stop by there.
I found a spot and tuned in to Sedona’s energy. Even though I felt complete and at peace with leaving. Of course, there were still those questions of, “Am I really leaving?” “Why am I leaving?” “What if I get back to NY and I realize I don’t want to be there?” “Is this Sedona’s way of kicking me out?” “What if I start missing the Red Rocks and the Mountains just like before and I’ll want to come back?”
Sedona truly called me in and opened her arms to me that it was so natural to cocoon in her energy. My journey there was truly of transformation and growth, to help heal myself, for me to get to know myself deeper, fully and to deepen my relation with energy and spirituality. And now, just like a caterpillar turning into a butterfly, it was time for me to break out of the cocoon and spread my wings back to New York.
There’s that saying in town that Sedona kicks people out whether that may be the plain fact that they’re not meant to stay there or other say, because to stay in Sedona, they need to work on themselves, heal and grow and when people resist that or don’t do the work, they get kicked out… I asked her if that was the case and I got the confirmation of what I thought a few days before of, “Why does it matter? It’s only human’s instinct to place labels of ‘judgement’ of ‘being good’ of doing the work and such. But truly, it’s really just vibrational. Are they looking for the vibrational match, Sedona’s energy can give them or is that the vibrational match they want to experience?”
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