Just two hours south of the Grand Canyon, the scenic remote village of Sedona, Arizona, has gone from being an isolated haven for visual artists and retirees to a bustling center of New Age activity. Sedona is now home to an increasing number of young seekers who claim that the land has powerful healing energies. The population has doubled in recent times and longtime residents and local Native tribesmembers are concerned about the destruction of the land and the removal of sacred artifacts from the ruins, as well as the misappropriation of traditional culture by well meaning New Age seekers. Producer Njemile Rollins talks with members of local tribes, longtime residents, and new arrivals to Sedona who come seeking inner peace, fulfillment and new cultural identities.
A Visit to Sedona is a SOUNDPRINT classic produced by Njemile Rollins.
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Sedona: The Most Uniquely Beautiful Site on Earth
by: Tom Johnson (Photographer), Hoyt C. Johnson 1998
Sedona: Beyond the Vortex
by: Richard Dannelley 1995
Sedona Calling: A Guide to Red Rock Country
by: Lawrence W. Cheek, Larry Cheek 1998
Day Hikes Sedona Arizona: 25 Favorite Hikes
by: Robert Stone 1998
Make the most out of your vacation with the easy to read and follow The Day Hikes Series. Using the Day Hike Series on your next vacation or weekend getaway can help you enjoy all your precious time. Each hike is easy or moderate, and will take you around lakes and streams to panoramic vistas on trails that make an enjoyable day adventure.