This past month the Sedona vortex experience that stands out in my heart was with two couples. The men had been business partners for over 30 years (wow!). Now, at first, these two men fooled me a bit. The one I thought who would be more open wasn’t and the one who I thought would be a bit closed had a powerful experience that day! These were two serious business people and it always an honor to me to take executives out and introduce them to my special world of mysteries and power in the Sedona vortex.

There was one moment in the last part of our journey that once again made me deeply grateful to do this work. The man who had the powerful experience had shared with me some issues he had with his father when he was a child—issues that might be still getting in his way. When men come out with me and share these feelings, I am so honored—I know how hard it is for men to share. As we were heading back to the car, I felt myself divert our direction about five feet to the right to a smaller trail. Suddenly, I felt something to my far right and behind me. I stopped and looked. I saw my client’s father walking towards us! He was weaving thru some bushes on a faint animal trail. I related this to my client and pointed out where I saw him and suggested where he might stand and wait for his father to approach. I invited the rest of the group to step back and give him some private time.

After about five minutes, my client walks towards us, and I knew by the expression on his face that something dramatic had happened. I urged my other clients forward and hung back and asked him how it went. He said, “Greg, he came up to me and hugged me and I felt all this love come from him, I can still feel it, I still feel his arms around me.” A Ho Old Ones, A Ho.

I hope you are still feeling it, brother!

Author's Bio: 

Gregory Drambour is the author of The Woodstock Bridge the well-acclaimed book about Native American Spirituality. He is the owner of Sedona Sacred Journeys, a spiritual retreat center in Sedona, Az. He writes two columns: Sedona Vortex Stories and Sedona Retreat Stories