Don't miss the opportunity to experience the beauty, serenity and peacefulness of this place. I went mid-morning on a Sunday. You can drive up the road when the gate is open to the parking area. The Fall air was crisp and cool and the sky was incredibly blue and the prayer flags were gently blowing in the breeze. There were three other people there, but it was so quiet. Everyone is respectful of why the other person is there. Spent some time in meditation and I did walk around the stupa three times. It is truly awe-inspiring just to spend some time there. Don't be in a hurry. Relax and enjoy. I met a young man named Christian there,who introduced himself to me. He was traveling from Illinois and I was guided to give him one of my mala bead prayer bracelets that I wear all the time? Don't know why, it just felt right. This will now be a "must" for me EVERY time I visit Sedona. You can bring small gifts of flowers, stones, crystals, etc. if you like, to leave at the base of the stupa.
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