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Video:The secret life of trees

The master loved to visit forests wherever he travelled. While on a trip to the Highlands of Scotland he was deeply moved by what emanated from the trees there- he called Scotland a blessed country because of the pure presence of those trees. I recently found a text where he speaks of the unknown, spiritual side of trees and I have used it for this video.

Here is an extract from the Daily Meditations of 23rd September, which speaks of the invisible inhabitants of silence. It was taken from the book, ‘The Path of Silence’.

Silence is inhabited by countless beings, in forests, lakes, seas, mountains, and underground too – the Creator has placed inhabitants everywhere. Even fire is inhabited, so too is the ether, the sun, the stars – the entire universe is inhabited. So wherever you go, in the mountains, in the forests, by rivers, lakes or oceans, if you want to be like a child of God, aspiring to a life that is subtler and filled with more light, do not disturb the silence of these places. Show that you are aware of the presence of etheric creatures living there. When you approach them, begin by greeting them; show them your respect, your love, and ask them to give you their blessings. These creatures will catch sight of you from afar and, filled with wonder at your attitude, will come running to shower you with their presents of joy, light, love and pure energy. And you will return home with a much greater idea of what life is.

Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov  Daily Meditations

West Coast, New Zealand

This is an exercise to recharge our solar plexus with vital energies received from trees:

A tree is a reservoir of energies which come from the earth and the sun. And it is possible to capture these energies that constantly circulate between the roots and the tips of the branches. When you are in a garden or a forest, choose a tree – the biggest and most beautiful – and lean your back against it, placing your left hand against your back, with the palm against the trunk, and the palm of your right hand on your solar plexus. Then, concentrate and ask the tree to give you its strength… You receive this strength through your left hand and pour it out into your solar plexus through your right hand. It is a sort of energy transfusion, as if the tree was giving you some of its sap. And when you feel recharged, thank it.

You may be wondering how a tree can really help you. It will help you if you think of it as a living, intelligent being and if you love it. Your understanding and your love allow you to create a harmonious relationship with it, and gradually you will feel that this relationship revitalizes you and brings you joy.   Daily Meditations

3 Comments

  1. Herman Hesse said: “I have said before: ‘Trees are sanctuaries. Whoever knows how to speak to them, whoever knows how to listen to them, can learn the truth. They do not preach learning and precepts, they preach, undeterred by particulars, the ancient law of life.’

    Resonates with this post. I feel refreshed! Thanks for sharing.

    • Thanks for your comments Wayne. I really enjoyed reading the story on your blog about the dove and the old tree – beautiful tale written with great sensitivity. My deepest hope is that we will all evolve our consciousness to the point where everyone has a sacred feeling towards nature- realising how precious trees, oceans, mountains are and the importance of the earth, water and air all around us to our happiness, well being and survival as a species..

      • We have a long way to go! The story was inspired when I saw more than ten different migrant groups trying to earn money by felling trees. They are desperate for money, so it is understandable, but it cuts the heart to see our mighty friends chopped and hacked. How can they not feel this? Well, so be it, for now, at least.

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