“Celebrating the Relationship between Humans and Trees”
a collaboration between Damanhur and Wisdom University
Did you oriented with your pendulum or any other tools ancient trees? If yes, maybe some you didn´t pass to us, yet? What is the massage they gave to you?
Some had an orienting pendulum and they created small groups to hand them around the trees and share this experience.
In early September 2012, the members of Damanhur Japan gathered in Hokkaido in northern Japan for a tree orienting intensive… We had a severe thunderstorm, but we also had the good luck to encounter a wild Hokkaido squirrel, which is rare to see…
Husky Vaniglia oriented 46 trees in Spain recently. She tells us, “In the Buen Retiro Park in the center of Madrid, I oriented 33 of the trees, many of which are centuries old. We oriented a wise and majestic fir tree planted in 1632, and others that were shaped like brains…
Earlier this month, we went to Kanazawa, a city on the banks of the Sea of Japan to orient trees. It snowed so much that the ground was still covered with white at a depth of about 60 or 70 centimeters when we were there. In some areas, there were even several meters of snow!
Trees are the living antennae of our planet and, consistent with Damanhur’s and indigenous understanding, they have a special energy interaction with cosmic forces on the Solstices. At the Summer Solstice they send to the cosmos information on the state and complexity of life on our planet, and at the Winter Solstice they receive a signal in return. For many hundreds of years their message has been a cry of despair. The Global Tree Network is fully committed to transforming this cry into a concert of happy forests.
The purpose of the Network is to launch a global campaign of awareness and celebration of the relationship between humans and trees. At the core of this initiative is a specific technique devised in Damanhur, and people from all over the world are invited to participate, adding their unique artistic, cultural, and spiritual approaches.
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