Plant Communication

Plant communication, happy soul life

Feel into plant

  1. Choose a plant, place your attention on it, keep your awareness open to any impressions you may get.  Give the plant love and appreciation and be curious to know it as your best friend. Sense your touch with your light body and let part of it move like a cloud to envelope the object. Imagine touching with your light body and gently sensing as you merge ever so respectfully.  Your attention must be to be right down there next to the plant’s aura.

2. Flow with your energy and awareness and greet consciously, ask for permission to be in its space. As you merge impressions and insights will be transferred to your body and mind. Stay relaxed and curious, you may receive information about their life history, potential, symbolic meaning, strength and weaknesses.

3. Make a note, radiate a vibration of appreciation, love to the plant, and express gratitude for it being there. Then pull away back fully into your body.

Observation & draw

  • Sit, observe the visual aspects of the plant, the aerial view of the surroundings
  • The specifics of the plant habitat and who are their neighbours.
  • Look at where it grows, the conditions damp, dry or rocky
  • How does it like growing where it is?
  • Do they like to grow in the sun the plants are active, warming, stimulating and drying carrying the masculine energy outward and upward.
  •  If the plant grows in the shade, the energy is cooling, moist and calming.  This is earth energy is receptive and feminine
  • Growth cycle and reproduction
  • concentration of growth and lower parts of the plant
  • Which direction is the plant facing – north, east, south, and west?  Directions are supported by the elements of earth, fire, air, water and ether.
  • Which element – earth, fire, air, water and ether –relates to areas of the body.
  • Observing the plant reveals a lot about its nature.
  • The colour of the flowers, shape of leaf, stems, branches, textures of the leaves, how many petals , leaf, what shape are they
  • What do the leaves look like are they hairy, smooth, dry, rough scalloped? 
  • How do the leaves  feel to touch, rub your cheek against the leaf  like in an embrace

  • What type of insects land on their leaves?

  • How close is the plant growing to your house and when did it start to appear.  Perhaps year after year or just recently.  The plant may be seen growing away from the public view out in nature.  

  • The Doctrine of signatures – is where the name of the plant resembles an area of the body. The shape, colour and texture therefore has an affinity for or a direct effect upon the specific area of the human body. It is also where the appearance of name or preferred growing environment of the plant provides a clue to its use for people or animals.

  • Become one with the plant and the surrounding, be fully present.

  • Become acquainted get to know each other

  • Sit with the plant, observe, listen, sense, intuitively what you are picking up

  • Ask what medicinal properties, health indicators and spiritual insights.

  • What colour or sounds do you see and hear

Ingesting the plant to sense its energetic quality

  • Chew the leaf on the tip of your tongue for 2 to 3 minutes. The taste on the tip of the tongue is the primary action and at the back of the tongue secondary action. Is the taste salty, spicy, sour, bitter, sweet, astringent, pungent or antiseptic?
  • Where the taste is felt on the tongue this area represents an organ of the body
  • What does the taste remind you of?
  • Observe, feel into the body where the taste goes, what sensations do you feel.
  • Are the sensations hot, cold, warming, cool, moist, dry, tingling or other?
  • Observe images, messages and insights inbeing.

  • Feel into your body and notice everything your body senses and feels during the process, every stray thought no matter how insignificant, unrelated or ridiculous


Another way is to draw or paint an image of the plant e.g. (dandelion) by knowing its

  • Medicinal and edible qualities, bitter indicates liver/ gall bladder needing to cleanse and tonify
  • Dandelion grows in spring, it is a wood element, looks like a lion, faces east and represents courage

  • Personality, its dream time and vibratory essence in the gut as high C
  • Dream journey, flower colour, colour of the solar plexus and the direction of east in the medicine wheel.
  • The Power animal totem of the plant and helpers
  • Dandelion radiates strength and self-confidence and moves stuck stuff
I really like to do one on one with people and the plant. This may be at your place or another suitable destination.

Classes are available for people, if you are interested.

Plant communication, soulecez

Movement & Body Placement

There is no right or wrong movement, places or sounds and everyone may have a different response. That’s okay.

  • Select a flower or plant you are strongly attracted.
  • At different times of the day draw it, photograph it, meditate next to it and research it. Do a sound, movement and body placement for the flower/plant with yourself.
  • Which Chakra does it relate to
  • Is it over particular organ? Or is it a particular part of the body?
  • Record all of this creativity and thoughts about its actions.


Relax and center yourself. Close your eyes and take in slow deep breaths and release your tension as you breathe out.

Breathe and extend your heartfelt awareness to the plant letting the attributes of the plant to wash over you and when ready merge and feel into the plant


Sense into your body and experience its energy and reaction.

Now move your body to reflect what the plant means to you.


Rocking, swaying, swirling, spiral, dancing and beating the earth as in a tribal dance are movements I have experienced, anything from swaying in the hara to prayer. During movement we communicate with other elemental and ecosystem beings and angelic beings that are the interface between our reality and spirit.