Tree Meditation

Tree Meditation - Guided Meditation -

Connect with the Healing Force of Nature

In this guided tree meditation, you access the grounding and nourishing energy of the earth.

As you visualize and connect to the energy flow within a healing tree, you align all your chakras and balance your energy field, your aura.

This meditation is a favourite of our Reiki students! In fact, we’re posting it here by popular demand. 🙂 And we love the grounded feeling we get from just a few focused minutes.

Why do this one? It supports and balances your root chakra at the base of your spine. Your root chakra helps you feel supported, nurtured, and safe.

Tree Meditation

Tree Meditation - Guided Meditation -


Feel Calm and Grounded

One of the requests we hear most often from our clients is to feel calm and grounded. Really, don’t we all want that? We all need a space where we can breathe.

Meditation is so very important to your wellbeing. It gives you a chance to take a breath, find some calm, and press the reset button on your day.

As you incorporate just a few minutes of meditation into your self-care, you’ll begin to notice a real change taking place in your life.

If you liked this one, you’ll love these:

Try out these meditations on our site. We’ve field-tested them all with very positive results.

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Geneva Robins, M.Sc. is a Reiki Master and teacher in the Usui Shiki Ryoho System of Natural Healing and a scientist with a Master’s degree in ecology. She is the founder of the LunaHolistic Lineage of Reiki, where Reiki is taught over the course of a year of intensive study. Geneva is the author of “The Secret Art of Happiness: How to Change Your Life with the Reiki Ideals.” She lives in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, under Treaty 7, the traditional territory of the Kainai (Blood), Siksika, Piikani, Tsuut’ina, Stoney Nakoda, and Metis nations. She is grateful for the hospitality of First People's and their descendants.
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