Ayer's Rock in Alice Springs, Australia, is a famous natural landmark perfect for mentally exploring the philosophies presented in Ilchi Lee's books.
Officially named Uluru, the red rock formation rises up from the Outback like a mountain whose jagged peaks were weathered down.
"Slap-bang in the middle of the country, and surrounded by mile after mile of next-to-nothingness, an undeniably spiritual feel swirls around Ayer’s Rock (or Uluru)," states HostelBookers.com. "The most incredible thing about it, though, is the way it changes color throughout the day, reaching a magical climax at sunset."
Travelers can perform meditation or practicing their yoga poses in the fields that surround Uluru or on the top of the rock formation, but note it may be closed to the public due to strong winds or other environmental concerns.
Either way, the spectacular colors of Ayer's Rock are what make the site such an important spiritual site. The energy field surrounding it is undeniably strong and will certainly affect one's personal thinking as they spend the day watching the sun pass over the beautiful natural attraction.