A day in the wood

The forest is an environment that can open up to more than one dimension of the existing one. When we are walking together in such a place we create links that we can not imagine.

Why is this happening?

The trees are interconnected … much more than us! When we relate to a tree, we are not talking only with him, we talk to the whole tree collective. That is why when we find ourselves within this community we can feel peace, well-being and love. We can also find out more about receiving ideas, insights, and solutions.

Now comes the beautiful …

On Saturday, September 16, there were about 150 people in the Sacred Wood Damanhur temple. The atmosphere was really nice, and when you arrived you could feel that light scent of autumn in the air. Equinox was at the door, and here in Damanhur we have been respecting the natural cycles of the seasons for 43 years, celebrating them cyclically.
Entering the woods, we found in the circuits musician with the Music of Plants, that enriched the atmosphere. A little further there was a demonstration banquet for our Music of the Plants device, which was tested during the day. The plant connected to the device welcomed many people who interacted with her in the most disparate ways. The plant was caressed, touched. Somebody made a verbal or singing dialogue with the plant.

Well yes…

One of the most fun moments of the day happened when a tall, blond lady started making vocalizations. After a short time, the plant began to repeat the sound, reproducing the duration of vocalization and tonality! Incredible to note how many references can give us nature!

All this was continued with the evening concert, among the Music of the Plants, the musician Maurizio Verna and the vocal group of polyphonic songs Magjical.

I send a warm welcome to all the participants, with the desire to repeat the experience as soon as possible!

Aninga

 

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