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Plant Caring - How to Communicate With Different Plants

Plant Caring Article that How to Communicate With Different Plants

The experience of plants to be in the world is very different from the experience of our animals. Because plants can not move, they exist in a state of deep acceptance and peace in themselves. Emotions such as fear, hatred, jealousy, possessiveness, etc. are completely unknown to plants and would not serve any useful purpose. On the other hand, plants are able to experience a wide range of higher emotions, as we could hardly imagine.

Plant Caring - How to Communicate With Different Plants
Plant Caring - How to Communicate With Different Plants
At the same time there are feelings that plants share with our animals, such as love, pain, joy, thirst, etc. It is the feelings that we share with plants that form the basis for our ability to communicate with them.

Feeling with plants is not so much different from feeling with people. For example, when we have sex with someone who really engages us, we feel a tangible wave of sexual energy that connects us to that person. In the same way, we feel connected to that person through a perceptible wave of anger and fear as we enter a room to look at someone who is crazier than hell. When a baby smiles at us, we feel a zipper of joy that automatically makes us smile back. However, most of our interactions with other people do not have this sense of belonging and emotional directness. Usually we do not even look at the people we talk to, let alone that we sympathize with them. Because of our social training, we tend to view sharing feelings with other people as threatening. We learn to close and defend ourselves, and to keep our interactions as sterile as possible.

In order to be able to communicate with plants (or people), you must be able to regard them as your equals. If you are afraid (ashamed) to talk to homeless people, beggars, crazy people, etc. then you will also find it difficult to talk to plants. However, it is easier to communicate with plants than to communicate with people because plants do not have defense and self-esteem agendas that contain our own defense and ownership interest agendas. Feeling with plants (or people) does not mean that they have to gush all over them; all it means is to recognize them as beings whose feelings are as important to them as your feelings to you.

When you first learn to communicate with plants, it helps to be in daily contact with the same individual plants. Ideally, you should go out at least a few minutes every day, preferably alone, to the same tree or meadow. If you can not do this, growing garden or house plants will work just as well, although it is easiest to communicate with large trees. This is because from a feeling (light fiber) point of view, people and trees are very similar - the light fiber (auric glow) configurations of both people and trees are quite similar, while that of insects, for example, is very different from both. It is easier for people and trees to communicate with each other than to communicate with insects.

Now even the least paranormal person going to a big tree could pick up something of the personality (state of mind) of that tree. How does the tree feel - happy, sad, loving, happy, heavy? Can you pick up his gender: feel a male or female presence - or the age of it: young and powerful or old and soft?

This is not so difficult to do - you can call your senses to support your feelings, like seeing pictures in the clouds, except that you do it by feeling instead of thinking - by relaxing in the process instead of arranging. It is exactly what a rationalistic materialist ("scientist") would call "anthropomorphism."

Prickly trees (such as palm trees and Joshua trees) have, for example, a brutal, masculine energy. Cedar trees are usually clowns or wise guys. Banana trees are cheerful and loving. Crying trees really have a sad look about them. Tall, upright trees have proud and regal personalities. Trees that seem to reach the sky longingly reach out to the sky.

A good time to learn how to make emotional contact with trees is when they die. The next time you see a tree being felled, pause and calm your thoughts and look attentively. You could easily feel the pain of the tree just before it falls, because trees (and all beings) are full of power at the moment of their death and deeply affect the beings around them. Lumberjacks shout triumphantly "Wood!" When a tree falls to bridge their sense of shame and rupture - to block communication with the tree at the time of his death.

Another good time to pick up the feelings of plants is when they are moving. Plants are happiest when they are in motion - blown by the wind and the rain. Whisk back to them when they wave at you (it is only polite). Watch how they dance in the wind. See how the trees that hang over paths and footpaths offer blessings for everyone who passes by them. See how the young growth tips are more vigilant, more powerful, and naively more turbulent than the older and softer lower leaves. Be aware of the consciousness of plants: when you walk through a forest or pasture, you feel that you are walking through a crowd of people who are all looking at you.

Some people absorb the feelings of plants by seeing faces in the bark or leaves. They lay that thought-form (of a face with a laughing, stiff, saucy, etc.) on the feeling of the tree, because so most people are conditioned to interpret feelings - by associating them with facial expressions.

What we strive for are feelings that can be held immediately, without the need for sensory indications. The senses, however, can be a useful point of reference and act as a bridge between imagination and pure feeling, that is how they function in dreams. If you look at your feelings instead of your mind, your visual attention is not focused on anything, but everything that falls into your field of vision, you stand out with the same impact (liveliness), as in dreams. To see in this way, you must keep your mind still and you must be in a joyful and desolated mood. If you are busy or grumpy, you can no longer see what plants feel, then you see a baby smiling at you.

Much of our social training involves learning to stifle our senses - not seeing what's right for our eyes, not listening to what our ears hear, being offended by smells, disturbed by touch. By cutting off our senses, we feel apathetic and separate from our world. Therefore, if we renew our sense of belonging that we had wanted as babies, we must put our senses back into our feelings. And because they are not so threatening, feeling with plants is a good place to start.

Not only do different types of plants have different feelings associated with them, but there is also a considerable individual variation in personalities between different plants of the same species, between different type of branches on the same plant and even between different leaves on the same branch. By keeping a leaf slightly between your thumb and forefinger, you can feel which leaves want to be picked for medicine or nutritional purposes and which ones want to be left alone. The leaves that want to be picked have a high, lively appearance, while leaves that do not want to be picked feel dead in your hand.

Even if you can not tune in to the feelings of plants, you can still "talk" to them telepathically. Plants can talk to you in your mind and they do not seem to be distinguishing (from the beginning) from your own thoughts. That is to say, it will seem to you that you are the one who thinks these thoughts, when in fact they are the plants that send you messages. That is why it is important to keep your own mind as quiet as possible - to be in a relaxed atmosphere - if you expect plants to talk to you; if your own mind buzzes, it is impossible that the plants get a word in it. All thoughts or feelings that you have while sitting under a tree or working with plants are probably messages from the plants.

So how do you know if you actually communicate with a plant and not just that you imagine it? The answer is: you do not. You just go with your intuition instead of going with your concepts, what you have been taught. Instead of hypnotizing yourself to believe that the world of concepts is real, you hypnotize yourself to believe that the world of feelings - of magic - is reality. The only difference between these two equally valid points of view is that one of them talks to you, and the others do not.

If you feel like you are talking to plants, do not forget that what you are programmed to call the 'real' world is just a fabrication of your imagination. And if you start to call something else the real world, it becomes something else the real world; it becomes as real as this.

If you are in doubt, always ask the plant: "Do you, Mr. or Mrs. Plant speak to me, or do I just imagine it?" And if you always get the same answer, "It's me, the plant, it's me, the plant!" - Just assume that it is indeed the plant that talks to you and listen to what it has to say. You can ask questions and get answers, both questions and answers that come as if you have a conversation in your head.

It is easy to learn to talk with house and garden plants, because they especially like to discuss things such as fertilization, watering, shade, grafting and transplanting, etc. But in addition to such everyday matters, plants (especially large trees) can give you useful advice on all kinds of things. Take them your all types of  problems; Ask them what they think you should do. Some of my best friends and trusted advisors are trees.

Whether you are aware of it or not, you have been communicating with plants all the time. The soothing, healing, calming feeling that arises when you are gardening or outside in nature is actually your psychic attunement to the cheerful vibrations of the plants around you. To follow this feeling a step further - to the source - is to bring yourself into direct communication with the plants. It is as easy as smiling to a baby.


Plant Caring - How to Communicate With Different Plants

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