I ask, “Who am I?”
as I bathe in the sun’s light.
Then, at once I know.

holding sunlight

Sedona offers endless opportunity to sit in the sun and absorb nature’s energy! Ilchi Lee comments in his Shaman’s Cave Spiritual Body Meditation from The Call of Sedona, “The feeling of being alive, the abundant feeling of existence, fills up your entire body.”

This is a feeling you must experience out in nature to be able to “bring it home” when you return. To do this requires a level of awareness that allows the details to get in. It seems the edges of things become more visible to the naked eye: We see more, we feel more. Most of all, we begin to understand more as our heightened awareness not only changes our perspective, but begins the unveiling of who we really are, at our very core.

This is a timeless process . . . you may sit quietly gazing out on a crimson landscape, or pose with eyes closed noticing yourself become one with the warmth of the sun or the breeze that caresses your skin. It may seem like hours pass, when it has been mere moments. Or it will seem time has stood still, when much time has passed. No matter, your spirit knows just how long to stay!

Simply listen for the message that has been waiting to be heard. As Ilchi Lee comments, “We have countless thoughts, emotions and habits, but at the same time, we have a mind and eyes that can break free of and watch all of these from a distance.”

“Who are you?” Just take the time to sit in nature, and then you will know.

Lynn A. TrombettaBy Lynn A. Trombetta: A freelance web writer on topics of art, music, and wellness, Lynn is also a wildlife artist/photographer, professional flutist, recording artist, and published author.