There are plenty of extraordinary spiritual places, landscape, vortexes and more to explore in Sedona but I want to show you one of my favorite places to meditate:
The Amitabha Stupa is a magnificent Buddha architecture filled with hundreds of millions of prayers for peace, sacred relics and ritual objects, just imagine a peaceful place for meditation and spiritual renewal surrounded by the stunning red rocks of Sedona.
Stupas are said to nurture tranquilly, good health, prosperity, and peace. They bring blessings to the place in which they are constructed, to those who build them, and to those who visit and walk around them. In this way, stupas ensure that the Buddha is present.
I am not a Buddhist, but I find this place very fascinating, this powerful place is for meditation or just sitting peacefully to relax and enjoy the good energy it has.
The Stupa is located on Pueblo Road, in West Sedona. From Highway 89A (the main road in Sedona), turn north on Andante Road beside the Circle K store. Proceed about a mile (toward Thunder Mountain) and turn left on Pueblo Road, the last left off of Andante. If the gate is open, turn immediately right onto the Stupa land and proceed to the parking area. If the gate is not open, park on Pueblo. The Stupa is a five-minute walk from Pueblo on well marked trails.
The idea when visiting the Stupa is meditate if you want, then walk around the Stupa clockwise direction three times to accumulate merits, do not underestimate the benefit of doing so, the stupa is a holy body of incalculable power, and even a small good deed can accumulate good karma and merits.
By the way donations to support the stupa are gratefully appreciate it by them. For more information visit Amitabha Stupa.