“The Mind is everything.
What you think you become.”
Sedona begins to empty out as the Sedona Film Festival winds it’s way to The End. A good day to share the quiet of Amitabha Stupa and Peace Park.
The park is situated on fourteen feel good acres at the base of Capital Butte/Thunder Mountain. Visitors from a global community are walking the Medicine Wheel, sitting quietly, walking clockwise round the base of the Stupa, meditating, bringing,leaving, and taking their own considerations.
We pause here in the calm midst a day full of errands. We listen for awhile to the snap of the hundreds of prayer flags as the Breathing Wind of Thunder Mountain carries off each individual prayer. To listen to Raven, hummingbird, scrub jays.
The Stupa, a thirty six foot statuary honoring Buddha Amitabha, the Buddha of Limitless Light, is prominent in the Park, in what is believed to be ‘a vortex of enlighten presence and a beacon of blessings for all beings.’ The Stupa is filled with millions of prayers for peace, sacred relics and offerings.
You can read about another peaceful space in Sedona Arizona here:
Thank you for stopping by. All my best to you.