Connecting with the Spirit of Gaia with Free Meditation

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Indigenous People and Mother Earth

The spirit of Gaia is the sacred consciousness of the planet, also referred to in some indigenous cultures as Mother Earth.  There is spirit in everything, in each blade of grass, in each petal of flower.  There is energy and consciousness in each drop of water, each grain of sand.  Gaia is evolving as humanity is evolving, it is a partnership, as humanity shifts and changes so does the planet.  There is a lot of earth movement and changes occurring at the moment, as Gaia is shifting and aligning her energy to hold and support a higher vibration.

The indigenous people on the planet have never lost their connection with the earth, as many Westerner’s have.  To the indigenous there is a great love and respect for nature, to them it is their home and should be respected.  We are gradually retuning FULL CIRCLE, to nurture and respect the planet once again.  Gaia has had to endure a lot of abuse and neglect by humanities greed and lack of awareness.  Particularly the young generations to come will have a deeper respect and connection with the planet.  The younger generations will be old souls with a yearning to help usher world peace.  The seeds are being planted at the moment; the best is yet to come.

The Morning Steam Through the Forest in Yellowstone
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Strengthen your Connection with Gaia

There are a number of ways to strengthen one’s connection with Gaia.  It can be very rejuvenating and balancing to lie on the grass or go bushwalking out in nature, to strengthen one’s energy and connection.  In modern society we have created buildings and housing which disconnects us from the energy of Gaia.  We have created walkways of concrete, which cuts off our connection to Gaia.  Even our footwear, such as rubber-soled shoes disconnects us from the earth.  Swimming in the ocean or in a swimming pool helps to balance our emotional body and clears the layers of our aura

This free meditation “Spirit of Gaia Meditation” is from my latest album “Working With Your Spirit Guides”.  It is designed to assist you in working with your spirit guides, so you may receive guidance and connection when you require it   By practicing meditation, over time your awareness will increase, and you will become more sensitive to energy and the nudging’s of spirit.  Gaia has great patience and compassion for humanity as our planetary host.  A bit like a nurturing mother, it is here to support us throughout our earthly journey.  I sincerely hope you enjoy this free meditation and it assists you on your path.

Spirit of the Buffalo
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 Spirit of Gaia Free Meditation: *Click Me to Listen*

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“Take me to the places on the earth that teach you how to dance, the places where you can risk letting the world break your heart, and I will take you to the places where the earth beneath my feet and the stars overhead make my heart whole again and again.” ~Oriah Mountain Dreamer

Connecting with Gaia Mother Earth – Video

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Brad AustenLightWorkers World Author Brad Austen (9 Posts)

Brad Austen has been on a spiritual path since a young age. He has studied and practiced meditation, psychic development and mediumship for many years. He is passionate about creating guided meditations and writing articles exploring spiritual growth. His articles are spirit-inspired and are educational, insightful and enlightening.

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