The spiritual and inspirational name Buddha’s Kaleidoscope came from Debra Emmanuelle, of Sedona Soul Integration. A gifted energy healer.
Discovering Lake Powell was one of my life’s highlights. If you haven’t visited it yet, don’t miss the opportunity to do so.
On Lake Powell
I was blessed with the opportunity to spend a week two different times on this magnificent body of water. I and eight others enjoyed watersports and sun in this most spiritual place on earth. Lake Powell is Sedona with water. Red Rocks, soring butts, and landscape that leaves you breathless.
I’m fortunate and inspired to be living in this part of the southwest, with its unparalleled beauty that truly takes your breath away. Lake Powell, with the labyrinth of overhanging cliffs, hanging gardens, sweeping river bends, and natural arches set amidst a backdrop of colorful buttes and mesas, is truly a magical place to be.
Lake Powell is a reservoir on the Colorado River, straddling the border between Utah and Arizona, United States. Most of Lake Powell, along with Rainbow Bridge National Monument, is located in Utah. It is a significant vacation spot that around two million people visit every year. It is the second-largest man-made reservoir by maximum water capacity in the United States. The lake is over 185 miles long, a max depth of 558’ with an average of 132’. There are more than 2,000 miles of shoreline, which is more than the combined states on the Pacific Coast. It took from 1963 to 1980 to fill.
Other examples of whimsical art include; Sedona’s Sacred Heart and Soul, LaJolla, Mermaid’s Magical Dream, Arabella, Enchanted Castle, Sweet dreams, Prism Sky, Electric Snoopy, Sacred Reflections, Vortex Lovers, Whimsical Daydream, Inspired, Iconic Saguaro, Serenity at Sunset, Bryce Canyon, Monolithic China,