Sedona, Arizona and the Sedona Vortexes

by Renae

Sedona, Arizona, originally uploaded by CarolinaRen.

What is that very interesting building in the rocks? A quick search on Sedona online shows that it is the Chapel of the Holy Cross, one of the area’s best tourist attractions. I’d sure like to visit!

Here’s what Wiki has to say about the interesting structure:

“The Chapel of the Holy Cross is a Roman Catholic chapel built into the mesas of Sedona, Arizona, which was inspired and commissioned by sculptor Marguerite Brunswig Staude, student of Frank Lloyd Wright. The chapel was completed in 1956. The American Institute of Architects gave the Chapel its Award of Honor in 1957. In the sculptor’s words, “Though Catholic in faith, as a work of art the Chapel has a universal appeal. Its doors will ever be open to one and all, regardless of creed, that God may come to life in the souls of all men and be a living reality.” In 2007 Arizonans voted the Chapel to be one of the Seven Man-Made Wonders of Arizona, and it is also the site of one of the so-called Sedona vortexes. The Chapel is one of the main tourist attractions in the Sedona area.”

I also had to look up vortexes, to see what that was all about. Here’s what I learned from “In Sedona vortexes are created, not by wind or water, but from spiraling spiritual energy. The vortexes of Sedona are named because they are believed to be spiritual locations where the energy is right to facilitate prayer, mediation and healing. Vortex sites are believed to be locations having energy flow that exists on multiple dimensions. The energy of the vortexes interacts with a person’s inner self. It is not easily explained. Obviously it must be experienced.” Hmmmm…….






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