Earlier this summer, my wife and I vacationed in beautiful Sedona, Arizona, which happens to be an area known for its vortex sites. What's a vortex, you ask?

Here's the textbook definition of a vortex, according to about.com:

"A vortex is created from spiraling motion of air or liquid around a center of rotation. If you have ever witnessed a dust devil kick up in the desert, you have seen a vortex.

In Sedona vortexes are created, not by wind or water, but from spiraling spiritual energy. The vortexes of Sedona are named because they are believed to be spiritual locations where the energy is right to facilitate prayer, mediation and healing. Vortex sites are believed to be locations having energy flow that exists on multiple dimensions. The energy of the vortexes interacts with a person’s inner self. It is not easily explained. Obviously it must be experienced."

Here's more from an actual vortex site in Sedona, Arizona with this "Greg On The Go" video: