The Call of Sedona
Journey of the Heart
Millions of people visit Sedona, Arizona each year, drawn by its amazing red rocks, striking sunsets, and sense of peace. But Sedona has much more to offer than its incredible beauty. It has a unique power to open people’s eyes to the magnificence of the Earth and their own souls, awakening their consciousness. Interweaving the profound tale of his own experiences in Sedona with practical advice on meditation and spirituality, Ilchi Lee contends that each of us is a great life and a great soul; fulfilling our destiny is a matter of listening to one’s inner voice and accepting its message.
Using the meditations in The Call of Sedona anyone can achieve deep peace, happiness, and fulfillment by experiencing the true spirit of Sedona—even from your own home. Join Lee on a journey of meditation in the best places in and around Sedona, and open yourself to the Sedona spirit. The destination? The most beautiful place of all—our authentic self.
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The Call of Sedona
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I RARELY STAY IN ONE PLACE for more than a few months. That’s because traveling the world and meeting and speaking with people is my life’s work. Nonetheless, Sedona is the land I love the most on this earth. Whatever place I’m coming from, when I head back to Sedona and start to see its red rocks in the distance, my heart and breath open up and my mind becomes calm as though I’ve come home.
Sedona is a flower blooming in the Arizona desert. The land here is a deep red, the sky an endless blue. Between that red earth and blue sky, there flows a sacred atmosphere. Not...see more
IN EARLY 1996, I was reading a newspaper in Los Angeles when I saw a photo that immediately grabbed my attention. “Hey, where is this place?” I asked. The red rocks were so real they felt like they might jump out of the paper at me. I read the caption beneath the photo and learned it was a place called Sedona, in the state of Arizona.
I couldn’t get there fast enough; I wanted to see those red rocks, so I asked an acquaintance to come with me. It was a long drive, of nearly eight hours. We cruised along from Los Angeles to Flagstaff until we came to...see more
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