Circles for the Earth

The Circles for the Earth practices were originally established during the 5-year devastating drought from 2011 to 2016 in California. Interestingly, whenever we held circles during those years, there would be some degree of precipitation within a few days of the circle. This might have been coincidence, but the more we worked with these practices, the less we thought about coincidence.

We naturally understood that the drought was part of the larger issue of climate change affecting the entire globe. When the rains came to California in the winter of 2016, we shifted our focus to bringing these same practices to other areas of the earth that were experiencing the consequences of climate change, pollution, or other negative effects of human activity.

Circles for the Earth continues today and has grown into an international circle of dedicated people helping to heal the earth.

On the first Sunday of each month, at 5:00 pm, we focus our attention on healing natural places that have been polluted, contaminated, or are experiencing the effects of climate change. For instance, you may be trained in Reiki or shamanic practices or you may simply pray, meditate, or send light.

Circles for the Earth is a monthly non-denominational healing circle for the earth. You are invited to join Circles for the Earth in whatever way feels comfortable for you. Circles happen on the first Sunday of the month live via videoconference. Every month we work on healing a specific part of the planet that has been under siege or damaged in some way. When you join, you will receive monthly updates on the work and an invitation to join our private online Facebook page where you can connect with other members and stay up to date. To join, contact us at

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The techniques used in the Circles for the Earth have roots in weather shamanism, which has been practiced around the world in different shamanic traditions for millennia. Weather shamans might work directly with the elements and spirits of nature to bring rain during times of drought.