Power Places in SEDONA
Aluna Joy's favorite sacred spaces and more



Boynton Canyon's Pertoglyph Cave

SO... you are coming to visit Sedona ...
and you want to know what to do, and what to see, and who to meet.
Here are some sugestions to get you started.


Sedona is the land that sings to you when you open your heart and listen. The red rock is full of iron for memory, and crystal for energy. It is unique and magical. The canyons whisper and the ancients echo ageless wisdom. Uncountable petroglyph and ruins sites stand as ancient sentinels. Come with respect… an open mind …. and always remember follow the path in your heart.



Flat rock on east side of Cathederal Rock on Full Moom July 15th 2011.

My personal favorites magical sacred spaces...

  I like Fay Canyon. It is my church. Go all the way to the end of the trail and you will find a place where you can climb up to the top of the canyon. A wonderful peaceful view. This canyon triggers wonderful past life memories in me so I love it. It is a cool sound chamber there also.

  I like the west side of Cathedral Rock at sunset at Crescent Moon Park. On the trail, go past the place where the 2 rivers join together for about 1/8 mile to get to Buddha beach. Very cool and a grid point to sacred places all over the world. Lots of stacked stones

  I like the east side Cathedral Rock at full moon. Go up the trail until you see a big flat rock and watch the moon rise. POWERFUL!

  I also love the Grandfathers Cave up on Thunder MT. You can see it from 89A at Safeway. It is filled with ancient grandfathers. Very cool and healing. The trail is hard to find... again follow your heart. We made an essence here. It is wonderful for letting go of issues and learning to hear the earth's song. http://www.alunajoy.com/essences.html

  I like the very end of Soldiers Pass Trail where there is a small arch that is a great mediation spot! Keep to the right on the trail. The arch is on the right near the end of the canyon. It is SO CLEAR there. Great for re-booting your spirit.

  I love Chimney Rock and the flat rock between Chimney and Thunder Mountain. I live just down the street from this one so I am partial to this place. I love to mediate there is the morning. Just below just off of Andante road there is a Tibetian Stupa.

  Boynton Canyon has ruins on the right side of the canyon just past the resort. A ancient grandmother holds space there for her children and sits with a huge mountain lion. She makes you work for any messages you might receive. She is what I call tough love : ) but you will like her energy.

   V-BAR-V RANCH Sedona's sun dagger! An incredible solstice/equinox calendar and a easy walk. The SUN marks the passage of time across a huge ancient solar panel, one of very few worldwide. The shadow in the stones apear from a worked wedged rock in a crevice creates a light and shadow show across the cliff face. The precise times of the vernal equinox and summer solstice—important events for planting and harvesting—are tracked by light and the sun’s transition across the southwestern sky.
http://www.redrockcountry.org/recreation/cultural/v-bar-v.shtml

  I got a few others favorites but they are not on a map ; )

  Alphabetical List of Hikes    Airport Loop Hike     Airport Loop Trail     Baldwin Trail Hike    Bear Mountain Hike    Bear Mountain    Bell Rock    Big Park Loop     Boynton Canyon Hike    Boynton Canyon    Boynton Vista Hike    Brins Mesa Hike    Brins Mesa to Soldier Pass Hike    Broken Arrow Hike    Broken Arrow    Cathedral Rock Trail    Carruth Trail    Chimney Rock Loop Hike    Chimney Rock Trail     Cibola Pass Trail    Cibola Trail    Coffeepot Rock Trail    Coffee Pot    Cookstove to Harding SpringsTrail Hike    Courthouse Butte Loop    Courthouse Butte Loop Trail    Cowpies Hike    Crescent Moon Creek Walk    Deadman's Pass to Boynton Vista (Vortex Site)    Deadmans Pass    Devil's Bridge Hike    Devil's Bridge Trail     Doe Mountain Hike    Dogie Trail    Dry Creek Trail #52    Dry Creek Trail     Fay Canyon Hike    Hanonki Indians Ruins    Honanki Ruins    Hot Loop Hike    HS Canyon Hike    HS Canyon Trail #50    Huckaby Trail Hike    Jim Thompson Trail    Jim Thompson Trail     Kel Fox Trail    Kel Fox Trail     Kelly Canyon/Pumphouse Wash    Little Horse Trail    Little Horse to Broken Arrow    Llama Trail Hike    Long Canyon Trail    Long Canyon Trail     Lost Canyon Hike    Marg's Draw Hike    Marg's Draw Trail     Mescal Mountain Hike    Mescal Mountain    Mitten Ridge Hike    Munds Wagon Trail    Munds Wagon Trail    Montezuma Well    Old Post to Carroll Canyon Loop    Palatki Indian Ruins    Pyramid Hike    Rabbit Ears Hike    Robbers Roost a.k.a the Shamans Cave    Robbers Roost     Schnebly Trail    Scheurman Mountain Hike    Secret Canyon Hike    Soldier Pass Arches Hike    Submarine Rock Trail     Submarine Rock     Sugarloaf/Coffee Pot Trails    Sycamore Canyon    Templeton Hike    Turkey Creek/House Mountain Hike    Twin Pillars Trail    Vultee Arch Hike    Verde Valley Hot Springs     V-Bar-V Petroglyphs    Wilson Canyon Trail    West Clear Creek     Some Trail Maps

You could focus on native ruins like Palatki or Honanki ruins or petroglyphs sites.... V-Bar-V Petroglyphs and then when you are done with ALL OF THIS you could explore all the slot canyons in the area! Slot Canyons of the American Southwest


We live where the two pink star are : )

   Great guide books are sold in town everywhere.
Sedona Hikes 130 Day Hikes and 5 Vortex Sites around Sedona,
Favorite Hikes Flagstaff & Sedona by Cosmic Ray
Sedona Guide: Day Hiking and Sightseeing Arizona's Red Rock Country by Steve Krause, Teresa Henkle
Sedona Monthly Online   Sedona, Arizona's comprehensive guide to dining, arts, entertainment, travel and lodging. http://www.sedonamonthly.com/
National Parks of the American Southwest   Utah, Arizona, Colorado. A Guide to the National Parks and Natural Landscapes of Southwest USA, including slot canyon descriptions and a travelogue describing a journey from Arizona.   a http://www.americansouthwest.net/

A few I know of that offer positive experiences.

  Sedona Red Rock Tours - Vortex Tours (They say they speak RED ROCK!) http://www.sedonaredrocktours.com/

  Linda Davis gives awesome and very clear psychic readings lldavis@swiftwireless.com 928 203 0751

  Margaret Sweet offers great Astrolgy readings including re-location charts MargaretSweet.com 928-204-0666

  Jade Wah'oo Grigori   underwent his first Shamanic Initiation, that of Death-by-Intent, at five years of age. Guided by the Ancestral Spirits of his Mongolian heritage Jade Wah'oo began his lifelong journey of Shamanizing. At age 24 Jade Wah'oo was adopted as Grandson by Juan Pena, an Old One of the San Juan Pueblo, who then apprenticed Jade in the Caretakership of 'the Ways', a compendium of Songs, Ceremonies, Dances, Methods and Techniques, Approaches to Spirit and the Ways of Power which comprise this ancient system. When his Grampa Pena died in 1982, at age 104, Jade Wah'oo Grigori became the current Caretaker for the duration of his life. Video - Shamanic Ways Revealed http://shamanic.net/

  Sandra Cosentino/Crossing Worlds    Experience America's Southwest scenic and sacred landscapes: Sedona tours and retreats, Arizona's Grand Canyon, Canyon de Chelly; New Mexico, Colorado, Utah; Native Americans, Hopis, Navajo, New Year's Eve events; sacred sites, prehistoric cliff dwellings and rock art, rugged red canyons and cliffs, painted deserts; soul journey spiritual retreats in Sedona; cultural and earth-medicine retreats on Hopi and Navajo lands, vision quest, medicine wheel ceremony, becoming your own shaman-healer, personal pilgrimage, campfire programs, storytelling, mythology, legends both ancient and New Age, original and informative articles. http://crossingworlds.com/

  Sedona Metaphysical Spiritual Associstion They connect spiritual seekers in Sedona to the metaphysical spiritual practitioners and businesses who can best assist them in their journey. www.sedonaspiritual.com

  If you want to find like minded people.
New Frontiers Health Food Store posts all the current happenings in town. The bulletin board is by the deli.
Four Corners Magazine A FREE magizine has a lot of current info to what is happening around town.

  My Favorite Eateries.
Thai Spices - Marcobotic Thai and amazingly good. Next door to Crystal Magic Book Store on 89A
Indian Palace - Indian food and great curry. In the Bashas shopping center at Coffee Pot road and 89
Takashi's Japanese - the most conscious food I have ever eaten! On Jodran Road
Casa Bonita - Wonderful Tex-Mex food. In the Bashas shopping center at Coffee Pot road and 89A

  Peaceful Places To Stay.
The Lodge at Sedona - This lodge has a great Labyrinth and a peaceful, cozy atmosphere. www.lodgeatsedona.com
Sky Ranch Lodge - This lodge has 360 views on top of the world.http://www.skyranchlodge.com/
Most other Sedona Hotels, Resorts, Spas & Lodging listed here: http://www.sedona.net/category.php/swmc/hotelsresortslodging

  Want To Get Pampered?
New Day Spa - This place has very clear energy and a great staff. http://www.sedonanewdayspa.com/
Sedona Spas - Alternative Healing. I have not tried these personally but they could be great! http://www.sedona.net/category.php/swmc/spas

  GETTING HERE FROM PHX.
Sedona-Phoenix Shuttle, 928-282-2066 - Reservation required.
Extra Mile Express - 928-649-9506 - works off of flight arrival/departure times. Door to door.

More 3D information posted at www.sedona.net




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