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do you do anything for the little people and the fairies in your garden, plus elves and all the others 3 Replies

IS anyone out there aware of all the little people like fairies, elves, pixies and such like, dwarfs  and many more, while I am not able to see them yet i know  they are around, I have a dwarf statue…Continue

Started by Minako Sargent Fukuda. Last reply by 0h9x0v2xxcl2m Feb 4, 2012.

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Comment by Sunny Carrillo on January 26, 2012 at 2:05pm

Another great book to read is "Plant Spirit Healing" by Pam Montgomery.  There are so many amazing stories out there and it would really be fun to hear them all! 

Comment by Sunny Carrillo on January 26, 2012 at 2:02pm

One day I was doing a "walk about" with one of my clients who had hired me to help her with some landscape design, when she asked me why a particular lilac bush wasn't as big and healthy as another one about 20 ft. away.  As I pondered this, I immediately heard in my head "I'm sad because I miss the kids".  Can you imagine the home owners surprise when I told her what the lilac had whispered to me?  I said, "Now don't think I'm weird or anything, but I think the lilac misses the kids, and I'm wondering if you know what this might mean"?  She laughed and then proceeded to tell me that she had only lived in the house for about 6 months and the previous owners who had a lot of children, had their swing set and slide located right in front of the lilac.  She then assured me that she was planning on getting a jungle gym for her grandchildren and she would make sure it got placed near her sad lilac.  I have no doubt that when we listen really close with our hearts, we can truly tap into their world and thoughts.

Comment by Sherri L. on January 22, 2012 at 11:14am

Carol, I read the same book. I was trying to remember the name of it, but couldn't. I just Googled the name when I read your post and now am more confused because the listed authors are Peter Thompkins and Chris Bird. But, I could have sworn it was by someone with "Adam" in his name! Anyway, it is a real eye-opener. Confirming the rudimentary consciousness I've always suspected plants have!

Comment by Carol McIntyre/Zn5/WI on January 22, 2012 at 6:41am

Many years ago I read a book "The Secret Life of Plants" that suggests plants can sense the emotions of other plants, animals and even humans around them.  Fascinating!  The thing that still sticks in my mind is that if one is approaching a plant with a knife or shears with the intent of pruning it, it KNOWS. 

I must find it and read it again!

Comment by Sandra on January 22, 2012 at 1:46am

I have to tell you all a story...

I saw an experiment once where they had plants hooked up to some kind of biofeedback machine. I watched it for awhile, noticing how steady and even the feedback readout was.

As an experiment, I started thinking about fire. There was a plate glass window between me and the plant - I didn't change my facial expression at all; I just concentrated on thinking about fire burning up the plant most horribly. I had no idea what would happen.

The readout on the biofeedback machine started going crazy! It looked more like a rollercoaster than the steady, even flow that it had been just moments before.

I started feeling guilty for thinking such horrible thoughts about the little plant, so I started projecting thoughts about sunlight, warm rain, etc. - and the biofeedback readout became steady and even again.

I think plants are more aware - and even more communicative potentially - than we even realize.  What do you think?

Have you had any experiences with "communicating" with plants?

Comment by Ivan M. Byam z5 on January 21, 2012 at 9:22pm

Had light snow all day here in southern New Hampshire. The temp went all the way up to 17 degrees F. Right now it's 4 degrees F. I just took the dogs out for the last run of the night and they didn't want to stay out long. At least the snow will help insulate the plants a bit more.

Comment by Sunny Carrillo on January 21, 2012 at 12:59pm

Sitting here watching it rain and rain and rain.  Very unusual for winter weather in Utah, as we should be having snow. :0)  Even though most of my plants are supposed to be "dormant" I can still see that they are loving the much needed moisture and have slightly awoken from their winter slumber.  

Comment by Ivan M. Byam z5 on January 20, 2012 at 8:43pm

Hi, I had somehow overlooked this group and just found it. I'm glad there are some others that believe in the spirit and energy of plants as well as the Wee Folk that live around us. I look forward to hearing others thoughts and experiences.

Comment by Sunny Carrillo on November 18, 2011 at 7:43am

Thanks for the info on "holey stones".  My grandkids and I have recently made a fairy land in my backyard.  The kids painted a cute house for them and created a lovely pathway with small stones and flowers for the fairies to enjoy.  We will definitely find them some holy stones.

Comment by Constance Storey on November 13, 2011 at 8:45am

Stones with naturally-born holes will assist you in seeing fairies and gnomes. In fact the word holy comes from these stones as christianity acclaimated bells and the word holy from the celts and the droids in an attempt to convert from the magically belief to christianity.

 

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