Cosmic portals and energy vortexes
They often occur with energy vortexes, where energy seems to surge up from the earth or into it.
How big are portals?
Portals can be just a few inches across, or they can cover hundreds of feet. Their boundaries aren’t usually clearly defined, but blur slightly as the realities merge at the portal.
Where are cosmic portals?
Cosmic portals occur throughout our world. Many “haunted” sites are actually interdimensional portals.
However, cosmic portals may be even more commonplace.
Some psychic advisors believe that most homes contain at least one interdimensional portal or doorway. They’re usually mirrors or windows, but some occur in the middle of rooms or hallways.
Cosmic portals and psychic energy
Psychics are often drawn to portals. They sense them, and some can see the energy vibrating at the portal.
Others visit cosmic portals to discover or develop their psychic gifts. Energy work is often especially powerful at portals, as well.
Where to find cosmic portals
Cosmic portals can be indicated by unusual temperature changes, more vivid colors than their surroundings, or a sense of enhanced or refreshing energy.
Many portals can be measured with scientific and divinatory tools such as digital thermometers, EMF meters, dowsing rods and pendulums.
To learn to identify cosmic portals in your environment, it can be helpful to visit any of the known, most powerful portals.
Cosmic portals in the U.S.
Sedona, Arizona is one of the most famous cosmic portals in the world. It attracts international visitors all year long, with at least four energy vortexes and more reports of interdimensional, multidimensional and unexplained phenomena than anywhere else on earth.
Cosmic portals in the U.K.
The United Kingdom is the home of several cosmic portals.
Glastonbury is one of the largest cosmic portals in England. It has historical connections to early Christianity, faeries, and Arthurian history.
Nearby, Stonehenge and Avebury are famous for their stone circles as well as their energy vortexes.
Additional British cosmic portals and energy vortexes were made even more famous because of their Holy Grail connections, described in the book, The DaVinci Code.
Through ley lines and grids, it’s possible to identify other intensely powerful cosmic portals around the world.
Once you’ve experienced the energy at a cosmic portal, your life may change — for the better — forever.
Energy vortexes – What are they?
Generally, energy vortexes are categorized as “inflow” and “upflow”.
Upflow vortexes are usually revitalizing. The energy tends to feel more electric than magnetic. Some people link this with male or yang energy.
At upflow sites, such as Bell Rock in Sedona, Arizona, people often feel elated, euphoric, and at one with the Universe. These locations are ideal for meditation more than self-work.
When you’re at an upflow site, it’s important not to exceed your normal physical limitations, or climb too far out on any precipice. Inexperienced hikers may take dangerous risks as a result of the “high” of the upflow energy.
Inflow vortexes are generally characterized as more yin, or female energy. Those locations, including some spots at Sedona’s Boynton Canyon, are best for healing, introspection and profound self-work.
Four energy vortexes in Sedona
The following sites are the best know energy vortexes in Sedona.
Visit Airport Mesa and take a side trip to the site of one of Sedona’s leading energy vortexes. The location is referred to as the “mini-mesa” and it is just northeast of the main mesa.
Location: Take Highway 89A west from where it joins with Highway 179. Turn south onto Airport Mesa Road. The trailhead parking lot is about a half a mile ahead, on the left.
Famous as an interdimensional portal, Bell Rock is one of the most dramatic energy points on Earth. The entire Bell Rock area is a vortex.
It was recognized by Native Americans as a sacred site. Scientists say that it’s one of the key points in the energy grid that surrounds our planet.
The top of Bell Rock is a moderate one-mile climb, best climbed from the north. Stay on the Bell Rock Pathway, the clearly marked trail.
Only hardy, experienced climbers should attempt the summit. However, a summit climb isn’t necessary to benefit from the energy vortex. There are many excellent resting places along Bell Rock Pathway, each with powerful natural energy.
Pack a lunch, a camera, and plenty of water. Once you find a place that seems ideal to stop at, you’ll enjoy the revitalizing energy of Bell Rock as well as the magnificent view.
Location: Take Highway 179 south from where it joins with Highway 89A. Travel a little more than 3.5 miles. Look for the paved turnout and trailhead parking on the left, by milepost 309.8.
Park at the trailhead and take Vista Trail to the nearby Kachina Woman rock formation.
Many people enjoy the energy at the Kachina Woman formation, and feel that it is the most beneficial vortex in the area.
Others prefer the 30-foot knoll next to the Kachina Woman. They say that it holds the strongest energy vortex at Boynton Canyon.
Location: From the juncture of Highways 179 and 89A, travel about three miles west on 89A. Turn right onto Dry Creek Road, also marked Forest Service Road / 152C. Drive another three miles and turn left onto Boynton Pass Road. Ahead on the right, you’ll see the trailhead parking lot.
CATHEDRAL ROCK VORTEX
Cathedral Rock is probably the most famous rock formation in Sedona. It’s what you see on many postcards and Sedona travel brochures.
The entire Cathedral Rock area is known for its unusual energy. Choose to view the entire Cathedral Rock from the nearby Crescent Moon Ranch picnic area, or visit the Rock for maximum energy benefits.
Unfortunately, only experienced climbers should attempt to reach the top via the one-and-a-half mile round-trip hike.
The good news is, the area’s soothing energy is supposed to be strongest at the side of Cathedral Rock, nearest Oak Creek. That’s an easier hike.
Location: From the intersection of Highways 89A and 179, travel south on 179 about three and a half miles. Turn right onto Back O’ Beyond Road. The trailhead parking lot is on the left side, about half a mile down the road.
Other Sedona energy vortexes include Spaceship Rock and Munds Trail.
Sedona books at Amazon
Voices of Sedona: A Spiritual Path to Serenity and Contentment
Sedona, Sacred Earth: A Guide to the Red Rock Country
Secret Sedona: Sacred Moments in the Landscape (Arizona Highways Special Scenic Collections)
The Rock People of Sedona: A Spiritual Adventure
Sedona videos at Amazon
The Natural Wonders of Sedona – Timeless Beauty
A Video Coffee Table Book Sedona A Video Diary
Sedona – The Spirit of Wonder (Large Format)
A Video Postcard from Sedona
A Video Coffee Table Book Arizona A State of Wonder
Glastonbury books at Amazon
Energy Secrets of Glastonbury Tor
The Isle of Avalon Sacred Mysteries of Arthur and Glastonbury
New Light on the Ancient Mystery of Glastonbury
Priestess of Avalon Priestess of the Goddess: A Renewed Spiritual Path for the 21st Century : A Journey of Transformation within the Sacred Landscape of Glastonbury and the Isle of Avalon
Glastonbury: Myth & Archaeology