Grounding Meditation

  1. Grounding Meditation
  2. What is Grounding?
  3. How to Ground Yourself

Grounding Meditation

What is Grounding?

Grounding happens when we connect with the earth and nature. Doing this can help relieve stress and can enhance your connection to your circadian rhythm.

It is when your body is in tune with nature in terms of digestion, and mentally connecting with the natural world around you. We all have felt grounding during quiet moments outside or while connecting with animals and plants.

How to Ground Yourself

Often people think of spending time in nature when the weather is nice. It can be difficult to do so when it is too cold outside. There is a way to still ground yourself without going outside!

The answer is meditation and visualization.

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You can imagine yourself sitting at the base of a tree with the sun shining on your back.

You can visualize yourself next to the ocean and hear the soft sound of waves on the sand.

Imagine yourself in your favorite place in nature– wherever it is. This will help you to ground yourself.

If you need a little extra help, feel free to check out this beginner-friendly meditation. It’s all about getting grounded and connected to nature. Even if it’s too cold outside!

Hi, I’m Rylie, a therapeutic yoga instructor from Salt Lake City. With 4 years of teaching experience and ongoing training with Optimal State, I’m passionate about helping others connect deeply to themselves through yoga and meditation. My mission is to promote physical, mental, and emotional wellness through personalized yoga practices and encourage self-awareness and self-compassion. I believe in the mind-body connection and strive to help others realize this for themselves. Let’s connect and grow our community together!

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