Book Review – The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart

Ilchi Lee is an author, educator and mentor. He founded a system of training called Dahnhak in his native Korea which had expanded to 50 Dahn Centers by the time he began his journey to Sedona, Arizona in the United States. I think it’s worth mentioning that I’ve never heard of Dahnak and I’ve lived in Korea for 10 years.

While the author was in Los Angeles, he was drawn to Sedona by a photo he saw. When he arrived, he thought it might truly be the place he’d been searching for. The beauty and spirit of the land called to him and the energy of several known vortexes inspired him. I’m not sure what a vortex is exactly, but I guess we’re not dealing with mainstream ideas.

He walked and climbed and simply sat meditating. He felt a connection to Native Americans, who archeologists believe have held this land sacred for thousands of years. He explored Sedona’s neighboring vortexes, like the Grand Canyon which he feels is appropriately called ‘God’s masterpiece’.

In ‘The Call of Sedona’, Ilchi Lee describes of his love of Sedona. He shares the spiritual phenomena he’s experienced and the messages he’s received, the first of which was for him to ‘Deliver the heart of the earth to humanity.’ This eventually drove him to create Mago Garden and start the Sedona Mago Retreat among other endeavors. Mago means ‘earth spirit’ and ‘mother earth’ in Korean and the goal is to encourage us all to ‘live together in peace and harmony’.

‘The Call of Sedona’ is a well-told story of a journey that is both spiritual and physical. It contains some lovely color pictures and illustrations. This book’s cover price is $16.95 U.S.

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