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“Peace and quiet”

Amitabha Stupa & Peace Park
Ranked #10 of 155 things to do in Sedona
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Owner description: Sedona, Arizona, about halfway between Phoenix and the Grand Canyon, is a must-visit place for spiritual seekers the world over. Since 2004, such visitors have been flocking to Sedona’s Amitabha Stupa. (Some call it Sedona’s newest vortex.) Sitting majestically among the pinion and juniper pines, and surrounded by a landscape of stunning crimson spires, it is a jewel to behold. Visit Sedona’s Amitabha StupaOn any given day, dozens of visitors trek up the short winding trails to the 36 foot Amitabha Stupa and the smaller Tara Stupa for prayer, meditation, healing, and the experience of peace in a sacred place. The Amitabha Stupa is open every day from dawn until dusk and your visit is free of charge. (Of course, donations to support the stupa are gratefully accepted.)
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 24 helpful votes
“Peace and quiet”
Reviewed 5 August 2014

On my receint visit to Sedona a very special teacher introduced me to the Stupa, her name is Anahata. She is a Shaman and offers lots of treatments. She suggested that we visit the stupa to pray. I felt at peace as I walked around and around offering thanks and gratitude. Anahata takes her students to the Stupa to pray. I really like Anahata's healing....Anahata Shamangelic Healing was one of the best teachers I had experienced on this trip...A must ....if you enjoy healing...

Visited August 2014
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Washington DC, District of Columbia
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“A spiritual place ... only sounds are of birds, wind chimes, and hundreds of peace flags gently flapping”
Reviewed 29 July 2014

This amazing sacred site/ spiritual experience is not listed on tourist maps but it is so easy to find and get to. In west Sedona, turn on Andante Road toward Thunder Mountain, then make a left on Pueblo. The path is immediately on your right. I have not experienced before such an immediate sense of calm and peace as I did when setting out on this short path to the Stupa.

Visited July 2014
3 Thank Cindy C
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Ljubljana, Slovenia
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88 reviews
55 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 99 helpful votes
“Beautiful place!”
Reviewed 25 July 2014

The only negative thing I have to say about this beautiful place is that it's really difficult to find it!

There are absolutely no signs to point you in the right direction. The free tourist maps don't even have it listed!

The only sign is right at the entrance and that's it. It's a shame... I bet more people would come and visit if they knew it existed.

The last bit of road leading to the park are just stones and gravel, so if you're driving a car, make sure to be careful. There's plenty of free parking space available.

For me, this was a truly magical place... Amazing surroundings and very peaceful. Perfect for meditation.

If that's your kind of thing, go there... you won't be disappointed.

Visited June 2014
2 Thank Eva A
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Phoenix, Arizona
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276 reviews
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 92 helpful votes
“A solitary journey, in a sacred space on sacred ground”
Reviewed 23 July 2014

Surrounded by peace flags there stands not one but two stupas. If your nature calls you to a peaceful retreat outside amidst the red rocks of Sedona then make sure you visit. It's a quiet place to meditate, pray, walk around the stupa or just BE. There is a serenity there away from tourists, trinkets, and traffic. It is a safe haven for 'letting go' and just BEing all one with the energies of the red rocks @ Amitabha Stupa, Peace Park.

Visited July 2014
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St. Louis
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 2 helpful votes
Reviewed 22 July 2014

This was my second time visiting. Located in a neighborhood area. Park your car in the lot and it is a short walk. Like nothing I have ever seen before. Very quiet, calming and spiritual.

Visited June 2014
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