Thai TV ThaiPBS

ThaiPBS Thai TV has carried out a service during the visit to the Federation of Communities of Damanhur, where they also met Aninga for the Music of Plants. Moving from Damanhur Crea, they arrived in Solerà, where we produce and sell the Music of the Plants device. Min 22:02 Music of the Plants FacebookTwitterPinterestRedditTumblrGoogle+BufferStumbleUponDiggLinkedinYummlyemail

Plant Music in Finnish Magazine “Sielunpeili”

Satu-Aamu Kangas shares with us that an article was published in the August 2016 version of the magazine Sielunpeili in Finland about her work with the Music of the Plants. The magazine is published by Karprint Oy and is available throughout the country. If you happen to speak Finnish, pick up a copy and let us know your Read more about Plant Music in Finnish Magazine “Sielunpeili”[…]

Fill Your Holidays with Plant Music!

As a token of appreciation for all your support, Lavender and Nu-Mex Twilight composed this small song for you. Our small staff has been so overwhelmed by the amount of positive feedback about the Music of the Plants that we have not been able to properly communicate what is happening here in MotP headquarters—and there is so much Read more about Fill Your Holidays with Plant Music![…]

The Music and Vibrations of Plants (Croatian)

Another magazine article about the Music of the Plants, this time in the Croatian magazine Astral. Camaleonte Olander, one of the original researchers on the project, talks about the history of plant music at Damanhur and how we should relate to the knowledge that plants can communicate. Should we, and how, change our relationship towards Read more about The Music and Vibrations of Plants (Croatian)[…]

Hearing the Music of the Plants (from Uplift)

  Every week, a team of facilitators at the Crystal Castle and Shambhala Gardens in Australia take their guests on a journey of contact and exploration with nature using the Music of the Plants. Azriel ReShel is one of these facilitators. “It is an amazing and magical experience to hear the plants sing. I love Read more about Hearing the Music of the Plants (from Uplift)[…]

Understanding life with the “Music of the Plants” (Français)

Christine Saramito came to Damanhur to write an article about community life in harmony with nature, but when she discovered the Music of the Plants, she knew instantly that this would be her main focus point. In the January issue of the French magazine Plants & Santé, Christine explores the intelligence of life via the Read more about Understanding life with the “Music of the Plants” (Français)[…]

Big success for “Music of the Plants” in Cagliari

Even the city of Cagliari (Italy) has offered a warm welcome to Music of the Plants, with a standing ovation for Dino Dino Raccagni and Costantino Mazzanobile, president of the association Aloe Solidale onlus, organizers of cultura, natural and musical events.   “Un numerosissimo pubblico composto da famiglie e bimbi, ha partecipato alla conferenza-incontro esperienziale, presso Read more about Big success for “Music of the Plants” in Cagliari[…]

Sourced Cuisine: Q&A with Tigrilla Gardenia

Jessica McLeish of Souced Cuisine interviewed our Tigrilla Gardenia about her work with plant intelligence and the Music of the Plants Here is an excerpt and a link to read the full article: Ever thought about singing to your plants to help them grow? Well, what if your plants could sing to you? I visited Read more about Sourced Cuisine: Q&A with Tigrilla Gardenia[…]

Planternes musik i Nyt Aspekt magasin

Jeg er ikke i tvivl om, at ikke alene er planter sansende, de har også unikke personligheder, siger Tigrilla, som forsker i plantekommunikation i Damanhur i Italien. Planterne kan lære at spille varieret og i harmoni med andre planter og menneskelige musikanter. Læs hele artiklen her     FacebookTwitterPinterestRedditTumblrGoogle+BufferStumbleUponDiggLinkedinYummlyemail

Julie Andrews in awe of the Music of the Plants!

On 21 May 2014, the Music of the Plants appeared alongside Dame Julie Andrews and Ian McKellen on The One Show on BBC. Christine Walkden presented Edelweiss, Pinapple and Fern, three plant musicians which performed before a live audience. Here are the clips of their various interactions:         FacebookTwitterPinterestRedditTumblrGoogle+BufferStumbleUponDiggLinkedinYummlyemail