conscious wellbeing for ourselves & our world
Once more, I’ll put a very strong emphasis on trees. Trees; Beautiful trees. Trees; Useful trees. Trees; Trees that have become our inseparable friends. Trees, inspirational trees.
AN EXPERIMENT ON TREE AND HUMAN COMMUNICATION.
What has worked for me is the following:
By downloading tree images from internet and making a tree file, first I pick out a dozen pictures depicting old trees, and then I start talking to each of those trees as beloved old friends. After a while I do my best to listen to them by closing my eyes and imagining that they are talking to me like an old friends remembering some beautiful and magical moments had together. How the many times that we fell deeply in love with someone, our friend. The tree listened and at the same time enjoyed our radiant and contagious happiness. Other times, how being married, and being absent for a long time from our beloved family we stared talking to a very similar tree near home, in a far land. The many times we climbed up a tree and stayed in it for a long time feeling vitalized and very optimistic, feeling a divine bliss. How we even without realizing it, made amazing time traveling, to other lands and epochs
The next step, about after two weeks of being virtually experiencing this special communication with these trees, is to see them in our mind’s eye. We can perform this next action. Where are they currently? How are they doing? Are they loved and appreciated as we did? Don’t we remember a beautiful full moon on its treetop? Dark romantic nights near a bonfire. Or a safe hiding place from flying arrows. Or the times we climbed up when in danger. Still, other occasions when we and our family made a sacred circle around it to ask for special Nature’s favors. Ah! Who doesn’t recall the sweet smell from these amazing living creatures? And what can you tell me about when they bear fruit, how tasty and delicious they were just picked from their tree branches.
Please help me out on this post. I do need your help to awaken the still dormant love for trees of many people.