Sedona got its name from one of the first settlers, Sedona Schnebley, the wife of the first postmaster. Area residents toyed with calling the town Schnebley after the postmaster. They decided against Schnebley, reasoning that people would not be able to spell it correctly. Sedona was their best choice.
Sedona is a place of powerful energy, electrical and magnetic. Sedona spelled backwards is “anodes” which is an electrical term. This is a fine example of the Sedona synchronicity effect at work.
Sedona, Arizona, long recognized by Native Americans as a sacred landscape, is a place of pilgrimage and transformation for seekers around the world. Sedona is best known for its powerful vortex energies and, each year, more than 4 million people visit Sedona–60% of them actively in search of a spiritual experience.