Sedona, what can I say! What attracted me to the area was my interest in forbidden archaeology, information from Pleiadian channeler Darryl Anka (Bashar), and the need to get lost in nature. The experience of the area can be summed up in one concept, sensational, where the vast expanse of mountainous terrains leaves each individual with a subjective feast of the senses that becomes totally obliterated when described objectively.
The flyer further stated that you're essentially observing 80 million years of sediment deposition, prior to the time of the T-Rex when Sedona was immersed under water. At this time, life (plants, amphibians) was simply beginning on land. Id. Hence, utter amazement on how Sedona maintained its red rocks under wind and water erosion for 275 million years, something not found surrounding the Sedona vicinity.
In crystal enthusiast circles, Hematite is a powerful "grounding" stone. Held in your hand or some other form of skin contact is said to help assist in creating a cooling/calming effect that will assist in clearing your mental clutter. This can definitely describe my own subjective experience of Sedona, especially after hiking through areas known to be spiraling vortices of energy (Cathedral Rock and Bell Rock). Each hike left me feeling with a euphoric Now presence with a desire to just be in the moment devoid of impertinent thoughts.
Lastly, hematite is also believed to assist in balancing the yin-yang magnetic energies within the body found through acupuncture meridians. Through the yin-yang concept, it is interesting to note that certain vortex areas of Sedona are believed to carry either a masculine (yang) or feminine (yin) energy, if not a balance of both.
Nonetheless, the euphoric grounding feeling was felt throughout the terrain, including hanging out on the balcony of our hotel. I didn't realize the strength of mental clarity that I experienced, nor the calm, until waking up in my bed the following day of our return, where I then faced the plethora of thoughts arising from the material world. Still I cling to the pictures, memories, and blessings that I hope will last a lifetime, or at least until my return.
Overly educated and continuously exploring and revealing more behind the veil.
"It cannot be too highly emphasized that the mystic swims in the same waters in which the psychotic drowns."
-James Wasserman, The Mystery Traditions