Perfect way to start the practice. I have always had an affinity for trees. When I am out in the woods (as often as possible) I make time for communion. This is a lovely way to connect. I have a particularly large Hemlock at my local sanctuary that I enjoy sitting under. Any tree will do, they all have stories to tell, and they are all about our connectedness <3
Wonderful in its simplicity, this has been one of my favorite meditations. With gratitude ~ Bob P.
Beautiful article, very grounding. In my own practice, three conscious breaths will bring me back to the here and now. Peace to you ~
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