Healing for Land Rape, Tree Massacre, Destruction

Join me in a healing session for any land you’ve seen that has been raped and pillaged by humans, as I hold ceremony and do Ho’oponopono for trees that were slaughtered on my ranch in BC Canada, and in the surrounding mountains that were clear-cut by the logging industry.

As I direct you in the video, you can follow along and do this healing for any area of nature for which you would like to facilitate healing, or apologize for what humans have done.

I first became aware that Gaia needed us to help her heal, after my black horse Kaliah, told Juliet and I to “Go sing to the land.” We had NO idea what she meant, or what/how we should sing, but we headed out into the pasture and let Kaliah and our intuition guide us. The important awareness that came from our land singing journey was this:

When humans create negative events or energy – whether that’s fracking, razing a forest, or massacring a tribe – that trauma goes into the earth itself. Those traumas become like tumors or abscesses in Gaia’s flesh. And because human action created the trauma, humans have to heal it! That’s karmic balancing.

I’ve noticed the same karmic balancing at work in my horses. Being free on the land with a herd cannot fully heal an abused horse’s trauma. Nope. Abuse that was perpetrated by humans, needs to be healed by humans. My horse Cobra’s journey is an example of this.

There is SO much we can do to be part of the healing our natural world so desperately needs. Sing to the earth, do Ho’oponopono, pray – it’s all good.


  1. Anita+Eleanor+Patel December 13, 2022 at 4:45 pm - Reply

    Your video brought such new awareness to me of the atrocities being visited daily on the people, land and animals of the Ukraine. Awareness of he Russian soldiers being forced to perpetrate such devastation, and the grief of everything and everyone involved in this insanity. Your video has helped me to know how to pray for this incomprehensible disaster. Thank you.

    • JINI December 14, 2022 at 6:56 am - Reply

      Yes there’s a whole lotta insanity going on everywhere right now. Do we focus on the ‘burning’ or do we focus our energy/intention/prayer on the healing? On the phoenix that will rise from these ashes? I’m glad that more and more of us are realizing we have a *choice* of where to spend our energy. xo

      • Dee December 17, 2022 at 11:53 pm - Reply

        Ah yes, the people, land and animals of Ukraine, including the soldiers.
        And the Phoenix …

  2. Madeline Taylor December 13, 2022 at 6:44 pm - Reply

    Thank you with all my heart

  3. Dee December 13, 2022 at 9:02 pm - Reply

    Powerful, beautiful and so timely. Live in a city where raw sewage leaked into a local bay for 6 or more years. Negligence, apathy and worse. Your words are spot on. So grateful for this.

    • JINI December 14, 2022 at 6:47 am - Reply

      Oh yeah – PRIME spot. Thank you for doing the work on behalf of all of us and all of earth’s waterways. Namaste.

      • Dee December 18, 2022 at 2:17 am - Reply

        Hi Jini,

        I’m unclear about what you’re responding to here. Did I miss something?

        • JINI December 20, 2022 at 10:45 pm - Reply

          Sorry Dee, I’m in Mexico right now so there was a delay in Comments getting approved. Hopefully all makes more sense now…

          • Dee February 22, 2023 at 11:19 am - Reply

            Nope, didn’t quite get your response.

  4. Claudia Heyer January 15, 2023 at 5:14 pm - Reply

    Hello Jini,
    Been a while. I’ve moved to the pacific northeast from northern new york and it took so much energy! My first impression of being here was during smog/smoke season in this major metropolis, extreme wealth for some people and the homeless everywhere, freeways everywhere, construction everywhere going on. I wonder what is happening to the land is under all of this. To many people and yet we are all linked, all one. There are signs in yards here and there that say, save our old trees, so there are some people who ‘get it’. My house is surrounded by the a row of the great pine trees showing me that where the house is, there once were other trees as they tend to lean on one another so that they can stand tall, in balance. This taking them out to put in a house destabilizes them and there is the threat of them falling in the wind all the time. Like in New York, I am tasked with working with Gaia to heal this patch of earth and bring about a healing. It is a small thing as this is a small patch but it is a big thing because if we each spent time with our small patch, Gaia responds. Right now, this small patch is barren except for blackberry and pine trees. So, this spring, currant, raspberry, blueberry and asparagus will be planted along a fence line, not for me, but for the small creatures that still live here; that have not died. A place of sanctuary for them. Just last week there was a dead rat in our small backyard obviously poisoned by man. Rat who frightens us and can cause disease if not kept in check naturally or with prayer and understanding; here was another moment when I felt the loss of balance. I was led here to be a part of this metropolis; which by the way is way out of my comfort zone. But if not me, then who? We are all one and I am vastly outnumbered by people who live in their heads not out here, open to what is all around us. So, I am grateful for this time spent with you in prayer. It helps me to not feel so alone in this ‘wilderness’.

    • JINI January 15, 2023 at 11:08 pm - Reply

      Ach Claudia – ALL so pertinent. They do the same thing just across the border from you in Canada when they build new houses in the lower mainland – White Rock, Langley, etc. And then we have continual power outages as those unsupported pines keep falling on the power lines! OR they raze the entire lot to the ground, with no regard for how much rainfall those trees have been absorbing, and no drainage put in… so then whichever house(s) are downstream, now have flooding. This is classic current human thinking – NOTHING outside the one task they are actioning, or their one objective. NO thought to the ecosystem and all the interlinked/interdependent elements.

      But YES, each of us CAN have a substantial counter-effect, as one-by-one we become aware. When they built 2 new homes (2 houses over from my house in Langley) they cut every tree and sold it for lumber, on 1 acre. The rains started and the lower half of my lot and the horse property at the end of my lot were under water. I talked to my landscaper and explained what had happened. So we put in a french drain, then added water loving plants at the beginning of the drain intake. Then added a willow tree prior to the french drain, and added another willow tree at the end of the lot to help absorb the water from the neighbour’s horse field. My actions on just my property have a huge mitigating effect for the neighborhood – and the animals.

      I love that you’ve thought of what to plant for the local animals, that is so awesome. The rat (and opossum) poisoning is also an issue because then other animals and birds eat the poisoned rodents, and we lose all the benefits to humans that opossums bring. I think educational flyers around the neighborhood – or on a communal mailbox can help people think twice about using poison. If they’re not willing to address the source (what are they doing/not doing on their property that is bringing rats?) then a trap would be better than poison. Ah well, as the pelicans told me in Mexico as I gathered plastic from the beaches in dismay: “Don’t do it, if you can’t do it with joy. You have other things you can do that are more effective, and leave this task to those who can do it with joy or peace.” Amen.

    • JINI January 16, 2023 at 10:51 pm - Reply

      Claudia – I also just received your letter and have emailed you a reply – check your Junk or Promotions folders if you don’t see it…
      Actually it was returned to me saying the email address doesn’t exist. Let me know what you want me to do. You can email me via the Contact page on this site…

  5. Erin January 15, 2023 at 11:05 pm - Reply

    Perfect timing for me and the land I am steward over, thanks so much Jini! Big hugs from Aus 💙⚘

    • JINI January 15, 2023 at 11:09 pm - Reply

      Awesome! Sending you and AUS a big hug back! xo

  6. Sharon January 16, 2023 at 3:40 am - Reply

    Thank you… love this… so beautiful & pertinent to all that surrounds me.

    • JINI January 16, 2023 at 10:13 pm - Reply

      You’re so welcome – and thank *you* for joining in this blessed work.

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