We’re off to the Grand Canyon on this beautiful first day of Spring, soon to be settling in our home for the next few days.
Our time in Sedona has been more than I could have hoped for, as we immersed in the fullness of our experiences here – a perfect place to transition from Winter to Spring in literal and symbolic ways.
I’ve never felt more aligned with Nature than I do at this time in my life.
I’m grateful we decided to spend two weeks here to not only take in a ton of Nature and the richness of potent energy, but to also allow enough time to assimilate the energy and have it take root.
I’ve so enjoyed experiencing the first blossoms of Spring throughout the high desert here with pockets of little white, yellow, lilac, purple, orange, and coral flowers sprouting everywhere.
Serenity, harmony, and clarity have been the guiding energies of my time here.
We’ve enjoyed our beautiful and peaceful spot we’ve called home for these two weeks. The ancient springs surrounding our resting ground have been another reclaiming of my ancient voice, not to mention all of the ancient energy we’ve experienced here in totality.
I’ve released things fully and am feeling the joy of new life and freedom with Spring’s dawning.
And to reiterate the messages I have received and am embracing, which I shared in my video “Embracing My Truth,” I pulled this card the next morning after I posted that video, which I’m sharing with its message below.
Yesterday was our last full day and we ended it with a bang doing what could be our favorite hike of our time here in Schnebly Hill.
Everyday we listened to our inner guidance, as to what trails called to us and it ended up that this nine mile beauty, which was pretty epic in all of our opinions (we had friends – a couple – come join us for on our last Friday and Saturday here), came to be our celebratory closure with a big bang!
I thought I’d share all of the trails we did while in Sedona, in case any of you feel called to explore the area at some point, or try other trails you might not have yet. We haven’t even scratched the surface of trails available here, but we loved all the ones we did. You just can’t go wrong here.
So here’s a list, in the order we did them of the trails and areas, and below that, photos from our last farewell day in Sedona.
Our Days’ Inspired Hiking & Biking Trails We Did That Supported The Energy Needed:
- Courthouse Rock Loop & half of Bell Rock (recommend climbing the round saucer looking rock by Courthouse, as well as Bell Rock if you can)
- Boynton Canyon
- Bell Rock & Phone Road – we did this on mountain bikes
- Airport Loop & Vortex (be sure to climb Airport Rock for the views and energy there)
- Fay Canyon, Chapel Rock & Airport Vortex for sunset
- Devil’s Bridge by Dry Creek, Broken Arrow Pink Jeep Tour at Sunset – explored Submarine Rock, a sink hole, and behind the Elephant Buttes, Guardians & Madonna & Child
- Oak Creek Canyon Vista Point – toward Flagstaff up Oak Creek Canyon
- Bell Rock Loop full circle
- West Fork in Oak Creek Canyon
- Soldier Pass, Brims Mesa & Jordan Trails
- Long Canyon, Aerie, Dawa Trails – we did this on mountain bikes
- Ruins above Lo Lo Mai Springs RV Resort
- Cathedral Rock – be sure to climb
- Schnebly Hill – Munds, Hangover & Cow Pie Trails ending with Airport Vortex for last sunset
Grateful for our time here and everything received. I will miss Sedona until next time….
Happy Spring Equinox to you all!!
Perhaps you might ponder this, as you welcome in new blossoming potential.
Where in your life can you let go of more to make way for the new?
The more you grasp and hold on, the less you can receive in.
Nothing new can penetrate your experience until you allow the door to fully close on the old.
Letting go doesn’t mean you don’t appreciate and love the experiences, nor does it mean you condone those you haven’t. It simply means you allow the energy to naturally flow through you without controlling it and stopping it from its nature.
It means you return to natural harmony, in reflection of that flow.