Plants Have Souls-and Gifts for Humans

Written by Keith Varnum

Plants are intelligent forms of life who are capable of intention, preference, and a will to survive, thrive and interact. Scientific research indicates that plants communicate with insects, animals, human beings and other plants in order to keep themselves alive and safe. Evidence also reveals that plants are telling us how to achieve health and wholeness for humanity andrepparttar earth herself.

Plants Are Just Like People

In research which spans more than 100 years, scientists have been documenting botanical adaptability andrepparttar 126224 amazing similarities that plants have with animals and people. Studies indicate that what metaphysicians, psychics, shaman, tribal people and sensitives worldwide have been saying aboutrepparttar 126225 plant kingdom for millennia is true: plants are intelligent beings who can communicate with us, and, we can communicate with them.

Smart Strategies for Survival

Inrepparttar 126226 book, "The Secret Life of Plants," authors Peter Tompkins and Christopher Bird describe how plants "talk to" people and what plants "talk" about. Staying alive and safe topsrepparttar 126227 list.

To protect themselves, plants have developed highly adaptive and strategic ways for living. According torepparttar 126228 authors, "Plants seem to know which ants will steal their nectar, closing when these ants are about, opening only when there is enough dew on their stems to keeprepparttar 126229 ants from climbing. The more sophisticated acacia plant actually enlistsrepparttar 126230 protective services of certain ants which it rewards with nectar in return forrepparttar 126231 ants' protection against other insects and herbivorous mammals," thus servingrepparttar 126232 same function as friends and allies do inrepparttar 126233 animal and human realms. Some vegetation develop a bitter taste, some ooze gummy secretions, while others grow thorns to defend themselves.

Prickles forrepparttar 126234 Pussy

Once plants feel safe, however, they may drop their need for defense. In one study, a scientist wanted to determine if cacti grow needles primarily forrepparttar 126235 purpose of keeping themselves from harm. Safely housed in a greenhouse,repparttar 126236 scientist talked to numerous cacti assuring them that they were protected and that he cared about them. He encouragedrepparttar 126237 plants to feel even more secure by playing soothing music inrepparttar 126238 greenhouse. Within several monthsrepparttar 126239 cacti dropped all their spikes. The offspring of these bare cacti were born without needles. Defenseless within this nurturing environment,repparttar 126240 mature and new-born cacti prospered. After a period of a year of being without their protective quills,repparttar 126241 cacti suddenly began re-growing their bristles and new baby sprouts were born with needles again. After some investigation, it was discovered that a house cat had found its way intorepparttar 126242 greenhouse. Suspecting thatrepparttar 126243 cat may berepparttar 126244 source ofrepparttar 126245 perceived threat torepparttar 126246 cacti causingrepparttar 126247 reemergence of their means of protection,repparttar 126248 scientist blockedrepparttar 126249 cat's way of entry. Oncerepparttar 126250 cacti sensed they were once again safe, all ofrepparttar 126251 cacti dropped their prickly means of defense.

You Can Hurt a Plants Feelings

Plants respond not only to insects and animals but to human emotion and intention. Plants can distinguish between people who are feel kindly towards them and people who don't, and our green friends cooperate with people they like. In one experiment a new scientist came to study some test plants. Surprisingly, these test plants which previously had been very responsive, were completely non-responsive duringrepparttar 126252 new scientist's tests. Investigatingrepparttar 126253 change inrepparttar 126254 plants' response, it was discovered thatrepparttar 126255 new scientist incinerated his plants in his own personal research once his tests were completed. Shortly afterrepparttar 126256 new scientist left,repparttar 126257 plants again began registering activity and cooperating.

In another study, scientists found that vegetation reacted negatively to people who foundrepparttar 126258 plants unattractive, even torepparttar 126259 extent thatrepparttar 126260 plants would "faint." When over-stimulated by emotions, plants will "go unconscious" or numb and can stay " moody" for weeks. Scientific studies show that once plants attune themselves to a particular person, they are able to maintain a link with that person, no matter how far away. These plants register "knowing" not only when a person is returning torepparttar 126261 plants, but whenrepparttar 126262 person makesrepparttar 126263 decision to return. Other reports show that plants respond to people talking to them in a caring, loving manner, such as asking a tree to radically change its growth direction so that it won't have to be cut, or asking weeds not to grow excessively in a vegetable garden.

Amazon Tribe Communicates through Heart Sounds

Written by Keith Varnum

"Talking" like Dolphins and Whales

In what might be compared torepparttar telepathic, holographic language dolphins and whales use, a tribe of aborigines has been discovered in South America who communicate in a similar way. These indigenous peoples "talk" to each other using heart sounds that transmit exact images and experiences directly torepparttar 126223 other person. Rather than using symbols, such as words, to represent a certain image or experience,repparttar 126224 speaker communicates by triggering withinrepparttar 126225 listenerrepparttar 126226 same visual and emotional experience thatrepparttar 126227 speaker is having.

Connecting by Direct Transmission

Renowned spiritual workshop leader, Drunvalo Melchizedek has been exploringrepparttar 126228 unique wordless communication practiced by this tribe living deep inrepparttar 126229 Amazon jungle. The Mamas,repparttar 126230 religious leaders ofrepparttar 126231 Kogi, "talk" telepathically to each other, speaking fromrepparttar 126232 heart in images. Drunvalo describes his experience withrepparttar 126233 Kogi, "They make little sounds, but these sounds are not logically arranged into any pattern such as an alphabet. These sounds come fromrepparttar 126234 heart, notrepparttar 126235 mind, and create images inside your head, and you can 'see' whatrepparttar 126236 other person is communicating."

Sound Deliversrepparttar 126237 Experience

Drunvalo details how he was taught to communicate using image- producing heart sounds. The instruction came from a Kogi woman who projected her consciousness into a participant at one of Drunvalo's workshops. Communicating through this third party-the workshop participant,repparttar 126238 Kogi woman grasps Drunvalo's hand, looks deeply into his eyes and emits "a soft and longing sound." Drunvalo relates, "The sound went straight to my heart and vibrated inside my very center, and I could 'see' what she was saying. She made another 'sound,' and my body responded with another similar 'sound' that had never come from me before. Instantly, we were speaking in a new and profound manner that was so beautiful, so complete. It made allrepparttar 126239 languages ofrepparttar 126240 world seem inadequate and obsolete. For two hours we communicated in images of full color and depth with allrepparttar 126241 sensory completeness of real life. I learned about life, and I learned about this woman."

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