Thursday, October 25, 2012

ENERGIZED TRIP


My trip to Guadalajara was fantastic.
Unfortunately, my ability…
To upload the photos I took to my computer is not.
However, I can share this:
Guadalajara is a mix of old world charm and crafts...
With a bustling metropolitan flair…
That's nestled in a valley surrounded by mountains.
While I did buy furniture I needed for my new home…
Which was the purpose of my trip...
My most memorable time….
Was a side trip that my taxi driver, Geraldo…
(who I hired for two days to schlep me around)
Took me too—Foco Tonal…
A spiritual place about an hour away…
In the city of Octolan.
Legend has it that in ancient times…
Gods from the heavens visited here…
And when they left…
A healing energy source remained.
In 1994…
A spiritual healer visiting his friend…
Found three vortexes of energy on his land.
They constructed an open temple…
Here’s the owner’s own words…
“It’s a point of energy where you can establish
direct contact with the divine. It is the entrance
to another dimension. Everything that we ask
for consistently may be granted, because
communication here is immediate.”
(a photo that I can't upload was supposed to be here)
There have also been documented physical healings...
And even NASA and National Geographic visited several times.
I did stand in the circle...
And I did/do believe.
So?
Every visit a spiritual or energy place on earth?
Do you even believe they exist?

Always, Em-Musing

9 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Never visited one, but it sounds cool.

Adam said...

Never really been to a spirtual energy place. I guess you have to be there to feel it for yourself.

Jessica Bell said...

Sounds like LOST. Any strange numbers engraved anywhere? ;-)

Shay Lacy said...

Nearly every time I got out to photograph I feel the spiritual energy. Whether on the deer lookout yesterday surrounded by tall trees or beside a majestic waterfall, I feel an open connection to my higher power.

Em-Musing said...

I didn't see any strange numbers, but I can tell you that when I stood in the middle of circle and said my name, it echoed and I felt a vibration.

Carol Kilgore said...

Awesome. I do believe places like this exist, although I've never been to one. I think I would like doing so.

L. Diane Wolfe said...

In Oregon, there is the Oregon Vortex where gravity is off-kilter and compasses go haywire. I always wanted to go when I lived there but never made it.

Jayne Kingston said...

Yeah, I just put this on my bucket list. It sounds fascinating!

Jennifer Shirk said...

Oooh...cool. I want pics though. :)