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Old 06-20-2009, 01:41 PM   #51
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Old 06-20-2009, 01:44 PM   #52
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Someone posted about climbing to the tops of trees, I relate to that so much. When I was young and nimble I used to love nothing more than waiting for a windy day when I could climb my favourite tree all the way to the top and get whipped around hanging on for dear life but with an overwhelming feeling of being one with the tree itself.
I have more to say but will leave off here.
Fantastic thread, calming and filled with love, as it should be.

Thank you Mudra and to all who have shared

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Old 06-20-2009, 02:36 PM   #53
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im sorry i cant contribute eny pics

if i could i would enter

some of those bright red field poppys


eny one got a pic they would enter

for me .....


wonderfill thread ...

al bloomin magic ......

love is in the air ....

every sight and sound ..
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Old 06-20-2009, 09:08 PM   #54
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Thank you mudra for starting this thread:
our own Avalon garden !

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Old 06-20-2009, 09:34 PM   #55
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Tropical delights !

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Old 06-20-2009, 09:36 PM   #56
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Plants Have Souls - And Gifts for Humans

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 and the earth herself.

Plants Are Just Like People

In the 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 tops the list.

To protect themselves, plants have developed highly adaptive and strategic ways for living. According to the 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 keep the ants from climbing. The more sophisticated acacia plant actually enlists the protective services of certain ants which it rewards with nectar in return for the ants' protection against other insects and herbivorous mammals," thus serving the same function as friends and allies do in the animal and human realms. Some vegetation develop a bitter taste, some ooze gummy secretions, while others grow thorns to defend themselves.

Prickles for the 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 for the purpose of keeping themselves from harm. Safely housed in a greenhouse, the scientist talked to numerous cacti assuring them that they were protected and that he cared about them. He encouraged the plants to feel even more secure by playing soothing music in the greenhouse. Within several months the cacti dropped all their spikes. The offspring of these bare cacti were born without needles. Defenseless within this nurturing environment, the mature and new-born cacti prospered. After a period of a year of being without their protective quills, the 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 into the greenhouse. Suspecting that the cat may be the source of the perceived threat to the cacti causing the reemergence of their means of protection, the scientist blocked the cat's way of entry. Once the cacti sensed they were once again safe, all of the cacti dropped their prickly means of defense.


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Old 06-20-2009, 09:37 PM   #57
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Here's a shot I took near my old apartment....

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Old 06-20-2009, 09:44 PM   #58
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Zeddo,

You coming on this thread certainly made me happy .
Trees are our friends..
Look what a lovely place this is to be ...



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Old 06-20-2009, 09:49 PM   #59
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Lightbeing thank you for that shower of colors .
Lorien brilliant shot

To me the more I look at flowers the more I see them as pure enlightend beings .
The " rainbow " beings...

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Old 06-20-2009, 10:11 PM   #60
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That is the COOLEST Tree house EVER! I want one!
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Old 06-20-2009, 10:33 PM   #61
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im sorry i cant contribute eny pics

if i could i would enter

some of those bright red field poppys


eny one got a pic they would enter

for me .....


wonderfill thread ...

al bloomin magic ......

love is in the air ....

every sight and sound ..
Here are your poppies Rhythm

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Old 06-20-2009, 11:30 PM   #62
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Old 06-21-2009, 12:25 AM   #63
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some more houses in the trees





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Old 06-21-2009, 01:02 AM   #64
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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.
Yes they are, the plants themselves are 2nd density consciousness. However, the devas that are basically their oversouls are very intelligent. The exist in a special realm called the Devic realm. They love to work with us to help us manage the health of plants. I had teams of devas watching over the soil, water, air, and plants on the golf courses I managed. I could even ask them what the exact nutrient levels where in the plants and get accurate answers from them through use of the dowsing pendulum. I once had the head of PGA tour agronomy sit down and go to school off of me for 2 hours. This was 3 years after I had graduated from Turf School.
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Old 06-21-2009, 02:14 AM   #65
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This is my garden, it's a little weather beaten but still contains all the beauty I need to lift my spirits. It also contains all the elements to sustain me.

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Old 06-21-2009, 02:18 AM   #66
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Cool story Tone3.

I agree, plants, gardens, forest have elemental life that maintain their form and yes, when you 'tune' our consciousness to their station, you can communicate and work with them. In fact, this is how it is supposed to be for all of us, we're supposed to be working hand in hand with the elementals (devas as you call them), and the angels as well, and this will indeed occur in the open during the coming age.

Until then, elemental life is very burdened down with human discord. They get weighed down by our own low vibrations and emotions so from what I understand, the best thing we can do for the vegetable and animal kingdom is work on our own stuff, overcome our own problems, negativity and fears, and this will enable the elementals and angels to help improve our world in vast ways.
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Old 06-21-2009, 02:26 AM   #67
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Old 06-21-2009, 02:40 AM   #68
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Holy cow, nice garden Brooke! You have happy elementals in your backyard.. Have me over for some tea soon.
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Holy cow, nice garden Brooke! You have happy elementals in your backyard.. Have me over for some tea soon.
It's a lot of work...especially the pond but
It's my sanctuary
I'll start a pot
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Old 06-21-2009, 05:55 PM   #70
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Lovely koys in that pond Brook and magnificent Iris.

Your garden gives an amazing perspective Sleepingnomore

Heaven is on earth friends when we can open our eyes and hearts.
Thank you for sharing with us.

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Flower power....
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Old 06-21-2009, 09:11 PM   #73
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Who Says Plants Can't Move?





In order to stay alive, plants have learned to move and do so in remarkable fashion, for extraordinary purposes and with high, extra-sensory intelligence. "Plants," says Viennese biologist, Raoul France "move their bodies as freely, easily and gracefully as the most skilled animal or human, and the only reason we don' t appreciate the fact is that plants do so at a much slower pace than humans. A climbing plant. which needs a prop, will creep toward the nearest support. Should this support be shifted, the vine, within a few hours, will change its course into a new direction." Plants will even grow towards a support that's hidden from view. France continues, "Plants are capable of intent: they can stretch toward, or seek out, what they want in ways as mysterious as the most fantastic creations of romance." As Thomkins and Bird relate, "Some parasitical plants can recognize the slightest trace of the odor of their victim and will overcome all obstacles to crawl in its direction."

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Old 06-22-2009, 12:35 PM   #74
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Yes they do move, the interesting thing is that they follow the Coriolis Effect. Things like the vines in the picture above and the stems of creeping grasses all twist (torsian) one way above the equator and the same exact plant will twist the opposite way below the equator. This is a well known scientific fact in the field of horticulture. They have yet to figure out why in the mainstream.
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Old 06-22-2009, 02:23 PM   #75
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Yes they do move, the interesting thing is that they follow the Coriolis Effect. Things like the vines in the picture above and the stems of creeping grasses all twist (torsian) one way above the equator and the same exact plant will twist the opposite way below the equator. This is a well known scientific fact in the field of horticulture. They have yet to figure out why in the mainstream.
Thank you tone3jaguar,
I did'nt know that plants followed the Coriolis Effect.
Your input is always interesting and appreciated .

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