How Does Your Garden Grow?


Mine grows with Reiki.  Reiki is a great way to enhance your garden because it helps plants flourish.

I live at altitude, in a place with a short growing season.  I’m not an expert gardener. What I know, I’ve learned by trial and error.  I’ve been using Reiki in the garden for years and watching the vegetables grow.

I now have plants like kale, tulsi, asparagus, nettles, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, peppermint, garlic, and chives that just show up every year.  Then I add things like sugar snap peas, carrots, beats cilantro, lettuce and other greens.

I must admit, I’m a bit of a lazy gardener and I rely heavily on Reiki to grow my garden.  I start out with high hopes of tending the garden with dedication.  Then as summer rolls on I just leave the garden to its own devices.  Sure, I water my garden now and then and I even try to fertilize it too.  Thanks to my good friend with the rabbits, I’m trying rabbit pellets this year.  I Reikied those too.

I use Reiki at every stage of gardening: turning the soil, planting the seeds, watering, weeding, fertilizing, and harvesting.  I even send the garden distant Reiki from my crystal grid.  The results are, everything grows, including the weeds.  Reiki does not discriminate.

The Reiki MuseHere’s what I like to do when I weed.  I like to imagine that by pulling each weed, I’m removing unwanted thoughts or energy from myself.  This means that I usually start weeding when I’m not feeling centered or in a bad mood.

By having my hands in the Reiki filled dirt, I find myself grounded.  With the intention of releasing unwanted thoughts, my mood improves with the pull of each weed.  Also, by being in the Reiki filled garden the Reiki works on me as well.  I leave the garden feeling good and back in alignment.

Remember to Reiki your garden.  Here’s to Reiki filled vegetables and to feeling good playing in the dirt!

3 thoughts on “How Does Your Garden Grow?

  1. I am enjoying The Reiki Muse so much. I feel a sense of peace and strength after reading. Thank you so much for sharing your gift!

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