Wildflower Inn

6086 Highway 179, Sedona, Arizona, 86351, United States
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Shaman in Sedona

by moniluv33

Is it possible for me to have an experience with a Shaman in Sedona? Any great suggestions are welcome :)

Re: Shaman in Sedona

by moniluv33

Thanks for your response! If you'd like to share more of your experience I'm interested thank you :)

Re: Shaman in Sedona

by Odinnthor

Sedona and the surrounding region is rife with spirit healers ans such, most of which are just cashing in on the tourist "knowledge" that it is a magical place.

That being said, having done several tours to the area, - Sedona has become a place of spiritual tourism. However, if one takes the time to find out where this idea comes from, you will find that there is a strong underground of authentic native spirituality burning just under the surface.

The Navajo nation is very prominent in the area, and a lot of real aura/spirit is to be found amongst the real locals in the area. I had a chance to meet some Navajo leaders that had some fascinating ideas about the oneness of mind and environment, but it is not likely that you will find this on a couple of days tour. You would have to hang around for a while and strike up conversations with the real locals, to even have a remote chance of connecting with this aspect of Sedona.

If you do that, you will quickly find the "us and them" kind of environment, meaning the "us" that are connected, versus "them" the hapless hopeless tourists trying to connect.

Travel Tips for Sedona

Why are Sedona's Rocks Red????

by jumpingnorman

My most favourite thing in Sedona is seeing all those wonderful red rocks, which show off their color even more after a little drizzle.

These rocks were actually created for over 350 million years, and the scarlet color comes from the red iron-oxide stains formed when the flood plain deposits of iron minerals mixed with the oxygen. The canyons were then formed when the creek waters broke and carved through the lava cap...now an awesome, awesome sight!

Background Reading: Zane Grey

by Jonathan_C

If you want to get a feel for what the area around Sedona was like in the early days -- only 100 years ago -- there is no substitute for Zane Grey's Call of the Canyon. Writing in the first half of the 20'th centry, Zane Grey is credited with having almost singlehandedly created the Myth of the West with such classics as Code of the West and Riders of the Purple Sage.

For modern readers, the The Call of the Canyon can be trying in places with it's strong, silent men; it's transparent diatribes against Easterners and feminism; it's exultation of the 'Western' values Grey offers. But it's a great read nevertheless for it's luscious nature writing and it's peek into the issues of an earlier time. (The government's treatment of invalided WWI soldiers should strike a chord with today's Americans.)

I only ask one thing of good literature and The Call of the Canyon passed the test -- it made me laugh and it made me cry. So put it on your reading list before you head out to Sedona.

For more on Zane Grey and the West he depicted including maps of places he wrote about see the Zane Grey's West Society. A person could do worse than to plan a Western itinerary based entirely upon his works.

Visit the Oak Creek Canyon....

by Pavlik_NL

Visit the Oak Creek Canyon. Not in any way to be compared with the Grand Canyon as this one is by far as deep and enormous, but green and pictoresk. However Oak Creek Canyon will make a visit to the Grand Canyon more impressive if you look around in this small variant and realise how it's large brother came to be ... and how many years are in between these steps of creating a huge gap. The peace and quiet in this canyon is especially pleasant as there are not as many visitors as near the Grand Canyon. Also very special is the amount of green.

Take a leisurely drive around...

by kahiwa

Take a leisurely drive around all the rock formations. Stop often to take pictures. Drive the entire scenic drive until just before Flagstaff. Take your time and enjoy the great scenery!!! Cruising the area on my own, at my own pace. I was just exploring, stopping to take pictures, and seeing what was around the next bend in the road.

The Agave Plant

by VeronicaG

Agave Plants were scattered about the terrain near the Honanki ruins. These plants can live to be quite old. Agaves are considered to be succulents and at least 300 species have been discovered.

As we hiked to the ruins, our guide pointed out several Agave plants along the way. He said that at the end of their life, these plants shoot up a stalk of flowers.

They're useful for a few reasons: The Blue Agave plant is used to make tequila. Also, these plants were used by Native Americans for fiber and to produce a fermented beverage called pulque.


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Address: 6086 Highway 179, Sedona, Arizona, 86351, United States