The Singing Plants of Damanhur

The music of the plants has been studied in Damanhur since 1976.  A group of researchers began creating equipment  capable  of capturing  electromagnetic changes on the surface of leaves and roots, turning them into sounds. Like humans and animals,  plants have their own intelligence and sensitivity. All of nature projects a vibration of sounds.  Plants, much like humans just happen to be able to sing tones of music. Perhaps that is a large part of the reason why we love spending time within the presence of this great source of power. And even though most of us cannot hear these soothing and nurturing sounds with our naked ears, and without the aid of this equipment, I for one, trust that it is through our feelings that we benefit most in our interaction with nature. After all, as the truth of this quote expressed, “Music is what feelings sound like.”. And is there a stronger natural source to calm us? 

To learn more of the magic of nature enjoy this video below.

Love,

Jules ♥

 

Thank you Jvtlandt for sharing this video.

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Sunday Song * Sweet Thing by Van Morrison

” And I shall drive my chariot down your streets and cry,

“hey! It’s me” I’m dynamite and I don’t know why.

And you shall take me strongly in your arms again,

And I will not remember how I even felt the pain.

We shall walk and talk in gardens all misty and wet with grain.

And I will never, never, never grow so old again…oh sweet thing…my my my my my sweet thing.”

Have fun this weekend Loves,♥

Jules