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Listen To The Wind Meditation Seasonal Guided Imagery

Updated on January 30, 2016
Take a moment to feel the wind, to soak in the clouds, the blue sky and how you feel.  Notice the clouds moving in the sky.
Take a moment to feel the wind, to soak in the clouds, the blue sky and how you feel. Notice the clouds moving in the sky. | Source

Did You Stop To Feel The Wind Today?

Did you take a moment out to be with nature today?

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Series of Photographs

This inspirational photo series developed into a Sunday Night Meditation. Taking a walk for healing, I don't hesitate to stop and take in the beauty of nature all around me. It's okay if I don't push hard all the way to make two or three miles. Stopping by the way provides the energy to keep looking at the seasonal changes in the trees, the sky and the flowers. I enjoy noticing the changes in neighborhood yards and homes as they beautify and refurbish.

The Sky and The Wind

Notice the movement in the trees and the grass and the flowers

The Silver Linings

The silver lining on the clouds really made me turn around and look back. I don't see this that often and makes me think that behind all the dark clouds that we hear in the news, something better has got to be in our future.

Sunshine Through the Trees

The sun's ray's filtering through the trees a wonder to behold

Sun and Wind Haiku

The sun's glory shines

Brightly on an April day

Bearing hope's prayer

* * *

Refreshing wind blows

Through the clouds, sky and tree tops

Washing out old news


I'd like to encourage you to listen to the meditations. They are short and can be downloaded for your convenience. Set the stage, prepare a comfortable space, dim the lights, put on a a candle or incense. Give yourself the full experience.

Breath deeply and fully into each part of your body. Relax and let go of stress on the exhale. Bring you attention to each location: Your toes, ankles, calves, knees, thighs, base, lower back, mid-section, navel, throat, tongue, nose, eyes, eyebrows, forehead, and crown.

Feel the peace within. Nothing but the sound of the wind in side your body and mind. Clear any waste and build up from your body.

Hayley Westenra ~ Listen To The Wind

As part of the session, I concluded this evening's meditation by reading Hayley Westenra's beautiful poetic song, 'Listen To The Wind'. Do relax and listen. The melody does it justice, which my reading can only give the words.

I stumbled upon this song on YouTube as part of the serendipitous events of the day. It amazes me that so many disparate events can be linked by a thread or a theme.

Time is a river that flows endlessly
And a life is a whisper, a kiss in a dream

Shadows dance behind the firelight
And all the spirits of the night remind us:
We are not alone

Tomorrow: a sun soon rising
And yesterday is there beside us
And it's never far away

If you listen to the wind you can hear me again
Even when I'm gone you can still hear the song
High up in the trees as it moves through the leaves
Listen to the wind, there's no end to my...

Love is forever a circle unbroken
The seasons keep changing; it always remains

Spring will melt the snows of winter
And the summer gives us days of light
So long till autumn makes them fade

Remember the sound of laughter
We ran together through the meadows
Still we thought our hearts could break

If you listen to the wind, you can hear me again
Even when I'm gone you can still hear the song
High up in the trees as it moves through the leaves
Listen to the wind and I'll send you my love

Listen to the wind where the sky meets the land
I'm not really gone I've been here all along
High up in the trees in the sound of the leaves
Listen to the wind there's no end to my...

Time is a river that flows to the sea
And a life is a whisper, a kiss in a dream.

Here is an extra treat. The Changes of the Wind. You will love it.

April 3, 2011 Day 3 of the Hubpages Challenge

A late night, under the wire Hubpages for the third day based upon a midnight meditation.

All day I thought about today's topic. I wanted to record and share yesterday's evening walk. I usually have my cell phone and take numerous photographs of plants in the neighborhood.

My intentions to download to the computer and organize them do not pan out. Maybe tomorrow. In the meantime, I managed to produce the meditation for anyone who tunes in to listen based upon the them, "the wind."

About the Author

Debby Bruck, CHOM is the founder of HomeopathyWorldCommunity. Debby believes that homeopathy is the wave of the future that provides hope and healing to those who have tried every other approach. Follow Debby on Twitter.

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    • Debby Bruck profile imageAUTHOR

      Debby Bruck 

      6 years ago

      Thank you dear Caroline.

    • carolinemd21 profile image

      Caroline Marie 

      6 years ago

      Debby what a beautiful hub. I love the imagery. I will pay extra attention to the wind in my mediations.

    • Debby Bruck profile imageAUTHOR

      Debby Bruck 

      6 years ago

      Wow! Hi Enlydia. That was so kind to tell me. With so many obligations this year, I have stopped doing the Sunday night meditation radio shows. I have to find other ways to integrate meditative practices without making it a job! Hugs, Debby

    • Enlydia Listener profile image

      Enlydia Listener 

      6 years ago from trailer in the country

      This was beautiful Debby, I am glad I found this today...beautiful song.

    • Debby Bruck profile imageAUTHOR

      Debby Bruck 

      7 years ago

      You be funny. Sorry about those dark thoughts. Needing some remedy to lift them out of there. It's quite late now and I should be sleeping...zzzzz.

    • tom hellert profile image

      tom hellert 

      7 years ago from home

      Deb, Nice idea but my thoughts are too often too dark and or dreary to have sitting around on paper or on the net if I did I am sure the white coats would knock on my door for a little chat... in a nice comfy 6x6 padded pink room...hmmm maybe then I could get some sleep-HA



      don't worry about my stuff your not missing the next version of shakespears sonnets, Pride and Prejudice or War and Peace II. My writing is more like South Park kids meet George Norrie...

      ha cya


    • Debby Bruck profile imageAUTHOR

      Debby Bruck 

      7 years ago

      Dear Tom. You are so sweet to be reading all my hubpages lately. While, I have not had time to reciprocate or even visit hubpages due to work overload. I could take this page and benefit.

      Funny, I also fall asleep while meditate, which is perfectly fine. Why? Because it means your body needed the rest. And, by starting off with a meditation you have set the tone for a more beneficial and deeper sleep. Peaceful.

      However, I see that at night all the thoughts of the day stir around and whizz in our heads and so we have a harder time dozing off to sleep. Thus, I like to sit with pad of paper and pen or type on computer all those things buzzing around up there [crap, as you call it]. Set those things onto paper and out of the head. Take a deep breath in and exhale deeper setting the intention that you can leave those things alone for a few hours while you sleep. Let me know how that works out. Blessings, Debby

    • tom hellert profile image

      tom hellert 

      7 years ago from home


      i have trid to meditate many times... I get too relaxed and fall asleep except at night then it wakes me up-my mind gets too clear and it fills up with crap

      great idea though


    • Debby Bruck profile imageAUTHOR

      Debby Bruck 

      7 years ago

      Hello Fluffy ~ so happy someone listened to the recording. I appreciate your comment. (HUGS) Debby

    • Fluffy77 profile image


      7 years ago from Enterprise, OR

      Loved this so very much, the guided imagery was very beautiful and relaxing. Great work here, thank you.


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