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Boynton Canyon is considered by many to be the most sacred and magical place in the Red Rock Country surrounding Sedona.
There is a mysterious presence in the Canyon which cannot be properly described with words.... When visiting Boynton Canyon many people experience what Yogis and Mystics refer to as deja vu....The feeling that one has been to this place before....It is as if the canyon were the landscape of dreams.
When gazing at the rocks one often feels as if the enchanted landscape was almost within reach; experiences of the waking world seem to merge with the reflections of the shadow world. The memories of dreams and events of the past often return, taking on new significance.
Boynton Canyon is a place of initiation into the mysteries of the Earth. Spend time praying and meditating upon contacting the Spirit of the Canyon. If your prayers come from the heart, and they are not ego directed, you may experience an initiation/activation, which will awaken your psychic abilities and strengthen your Spirit bond with the Earth.
Those who have studied the mysteries of Boynton Canyon know that this place is a twilight zone, a crossroads, an in-between place, where Spirit makes itself known to the beings of the physical plane....If you visit this Canyon remember to tread lightly; you have entered a magical place. Have respect for the Spirit of the Canyon... your actions there can produce effects that may last for your entire lifetime.

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  • Written Apr 26, 2004
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