By L.A. Trombetta

“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.” – Albert Einstein

Nature’s magnificence abounds in Sedona! Every direction you look, her great beauty seems to leap out to you. Yet, this is also true of even the most minuscule of scenes in nature, when we take the time to observe, to really “see.” For me, looking deep into nature has been a lifelong joy. From the tiniest detail to the grandest vistas, I have fallen in love with this amazing planet over and over again. It is there, inside the consciousness that allows me to experience every molecule of this beauty, that I discover myself, over and over again as well.
In his book, Findhorn Retreat: Stillness Amidst the World, Eckhart Tolle comments, “If your mind is still, you can sense the peace that emanates from the earth.”

For me, observing brings stillness. Stillness allows me to look even deeper.

Ilchi Lee - Inspiration in Nature

Take time in nature. Slowing down, letting the energy soak in through every sensory organ—vision, smell, sound, touch, even taste, allows us to ultimately understand that there is no separation between this beauty and ourselves—this is who we are. Looking deep, we understand.