“get in touch with another realm”
Many people visit Sedona to explore its metaphysical dimensions, especially its vortexes. Page Bryant coined the name "vortex" in 1980 for areas in Sedona that have highly concentrated energies conducive to prayer, meditation and healing. Although the idea of a vortex in Sedona is relatively new, Sedona has been known as a sacred place long before that time. For hundreds of years, Native Americans have performed ceremony in Sedona, and some tribes continue to this day. "Sedona as a whole is a vortex, with the energy spread throughout it like a bowl," says adventure guide and author Dennis Andres in his book What Is a Vortex. Nonetheless, the term "vortex" has taken hold because it helps to explain people's experiences of well being at the sites that Bryant identified. Some scientists, such as Pete Sanders, Jr., believe that scientific string theory can help explain what happens at vortexes in dimensions beyond ordinary perception. In his book Scientific Vortex Information he says, "Even though we cannot measure those dimensions yet, you can still experience them because you exist in them. ...and so do the vortex sites. What is happening at the vortex sites is energy flow in those deeper dimensions. You have the inner ability to measure, feel, find and tap that energy."
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