Guided by Trillium

  When people discover that you can communicate with Plants, there are several common reactions. The first is denial, they think you are making it up. The second is awe. Sometimes the awe leads them to think that I have super powers and suddenly all must go well in my life. 🙂 Instead, communicating with[…]

Snowdrop’s Medody

We have listened to our plants play music for the last 14 months. Lone got the Music of The Plants CD produced at Damanhur as a birthday gift in August 2014. When we realized that the Music of the Plants was offered for sale, we bought one in January 2015, and started playing with potted plants in our home.[…]

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[…]

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[…]

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 & SantĂ©, Christine explores the intelligence of life via the[…]

Music of the Sacred Woods Temple of Damanhur

Reprinted from Damanhur Community Blog: Zigola, a Damanhurian citizen and singer born in the Netherlands shares about an artistic co-creation with nature in the Sacred Woods Temple of Damanhur, dedicated to children. I’m one of the fortunate people that live in the Sacred Woods of Damanhur, a woods with spirals and labyrinths for healing and[…]