Each day, thousands of people visit Sedona, Arizona from all over the world looking for something. What are they looking for? Did they hear how glorious the red rocks are? Did they hear about the vortexes? What is it? Maybe they are coming for something they can't capture with a camera. Maybe they are coming to find inner peace. Do they know they don't have to come to Sedona, that in fact, they can find it sitting right where they are? You can, too.
I remember the first day I learned to meditate almost three decades ago. I felt something I had never felt before. I felt a sense of being at home. I wasn't at home though. I was in a brownstone in the center of Washington D.C. in a tiny room with white walls with a man who taught me to meditate. Somehow, the meditation practice brought me home. Has that happened for you?
Home is a feeling I get when I meditate. And I hope you do too. You don't have to travel anywhere to get it. You don't have to be especially gifted or brilliant to embody it. No matter who you are, there is, at your core, an unshakable peace, a solid center point of calm, one that you can access anytime. It's inside you. And meditation helps you to realize it.