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Alicia Aristrate

You made me see plants completely different.  The sound of your plant was incredible. This is fascinating!!!  You changed my life with plant music.

Ayla van Kessel

Until more is known about the actual communications and consciousness within plant life, I see value in listening to plants translated via the Music of the Plants device, for the purpose of giving attention to each plant’s uniqueness. Listening to plants is an off the map phenomenon within Western culture, and granting attentive listening to a plant during a Plant Concert or the like can arouse a new sense of admiration. Certainly, I myself was in awe when I first heard a plant ‘sing’, and in this process of research my attentiveness for plants has grown. In turn, this attentiveness is nurturing my appreciation for the whole of the plant world.
And viceversa, appreciating the plants around me, I will naturally give more attention. Attention and appreciation in a positive feedback.
This does open up to the possibility that plant music can give rise to a more emotional relationship of people with the sender of the musical sounds.

Marco ‘Tasso’ Brazzorotto

When I play music I‘ve noticed something that happens time after time. Immediately after the plant music device is connected to the plant, it will start to play notes running up and down the scale at a more or less constant tempo. After a time, which varies from an hour or two to several weeks – depending on the hour, the place and the disposition of the person who is interacting with it – the plant realizes that it’s producing the sound by itself, and modifies the melody creating increasingly complex harmonic structures. To verify this behaviour, we had a plant listen to the same piece of classical music for several days while it was connected to one of our devices. After a few days, the plant would follow the melody, harmonizing to perfection with the classical music. When I take an already ‘trained’ plant with me and let it play music with the device for a couple of hours surrounded by the other plants on the premises, each connected to a device, the others learn much more quickly. Using this method, two or more plants can then play at the same time, harmoniously and in tune.

Roberto ‘Cigno’ Secchi

We don’t know exactly what the plants feel during concerts with the Music of the Plants device but we do have the testimony of many other musicians, like me: when they succeed in establishing appreciable contact with the plants, they express surprise and satisfaction for having performed in this way, experiencing emotions that they had never had before.

Carole Guyett

One of the most thrilling of my personal memories was the day that I hooked up the apparatus to an ancient oak that stands close to my botanical garden. I turned it up to full volume all day and the oak sang a sweet song that diffused over the whole territory like a mantle of love and peace. I bought the Music of the Plants device in March 2013 because I feel that working with this machine is another way for humans to deepen their relationship with plants, a wonderful way to demonstrate plant consciousness.

Anyah Dishon

Discovering the Music of the Plants® was a Divine gift during the time I was embarking on another segment of deep inner work with my spiritual music and spiritual marriage.
With the Music of the Plants® device we can experience the results of the intentionally designed living library of nature that carries the healing benefits from the universe for human interaction.  Human becoming can advance on its soul journey with nature in creative beautiful ways we are experiencing now and that we have yet to experience.

Samadhi Vibration

First of all, we were in awe when heard about the existence of a device that translates the vibrations of a plant into sounds.
The first time we listened to the music of the plants, we were awakened by a great surprise and tenderness. Since then we knew that we have to get that device.
Using the device and as musicians, we observed something very interesting.
The vibrations of the plants when transformed into musical notes, travel melodies not predictable for the human ear, therefore they take us to totally unexpected sound spaces. This expanded our perception.
This way by listening this music, the mind relaxes and moves into a meditative space more easily.
People who have listened to our album also told us that they use the music of the plants as a lullaby for their children helping them to sleep and for Yoga sessions.
Thanks, Music of the Plants!

Nicola Wendrich

Harry and I are so delighted with the device and will be opening up our garden studio throughout the year so that people can call in to experience Music of the Plants. It is such a blessing to us, and I am so glad that we will be able to share the experience with others. I love seeing the reaction of people when they realise where the music is coming from!

Tigrilla Gardenia

One of the most joyous parts of working with Music of the Plants is the moment when a person realizes that the plant world is not just alive, it is aware. This changes everything.

Clive Wright

The Bamboo M is unique in being the first portable self contained plant music device. It gives a beautiful voice to any plant imaginable in any location. It is packed with features such as choices of voices, choices of musical key and scales allowing you to customize the music depending on mood, it even allows you to record your plants within the device with a micro SD card to enable you to listen to your plants when a live connection is not possible.
Listening  to plant music is therapeutic and is a perfect option to literally relax and tune into the voice of nature that is so missing from our hectic modern lives. It is Truly the mystic connection, and the expression of a life shared between plant and man.

Claudia Laricchia

Music of Plants brings us back to connect with Mother Earth, transforming the vibrations of plants into music, in a universal language that brings us well-being and realigns us with the rhythm of nature, also listening to our own vibrations, which interact with those of plants, vital living beings that thus return to the center of our existence. Music of plants is an innovative project that allows us to communicate with nature, giving voice to our interaction with plants. It is a unique experience through which we return to our roots, breathing in the beauty of the nature that surrounds us.

Tom Wall

The minds behind the Music Of The Plants device and Damanhur have not only created something beyond words, they have changed the entire scope of music and science itself. Being the first to introduce this technology, this is not a fad or the next trend like the other plant music devices. This is something monumental. This is the looking glass into one of nature’s most intriguing questions: What are thoughts made of? Now that plants can join in with their human counterparts, we start to understand that thoughts might not be what we thought them to be… To be honest it might take a century or more before science actually catches up to what is discovered with the Music Of The Plants device and the thoughts that formed Damanhur. Single-handedly the thoughts behind this device changed our view on science and brought to life a new genre of music: Florganoleptic Music. This is no small feat in regards to life itself and should surely be getting more attention than it is. Spread the love! The love of nature! The love of life itself. Let this guide you to understandings you never thought possible…

Rajah Banerjee

The MOP instrument is incredibly sensitive to the needs of plants. I am experimenting and am constantly being swept off my feet. The plants are playing multiple games with me, teasing me endlessly. Is this possible?
Each time I conceive a format for setting up trials, an unknown facet evolves and I have to scrap my preconceived notion of cohesiveness. I am giving them a long rope, let’s see where they decide to yank me to.

Martina ‘Macaco’ Grosse Burlage

Sometimes the plant will repeat the tunes I sing, at other times it will seem to be dialoguing with me, suggesting different sounds, taking me on a musical journey. Often there are deeply intense moments when I am singing with the plants: my sensation is one of utter sweetness and I feel deeply grateful for this intense contact with a being so different from me, yet able to create a field of real emotion shared by all present.

Pam Montgomery

My sense is that the singing plants are establishing a new paradigm, a new story where people, plants and nature spirits equally share the gift of stewarding the world. Trees, and their beautiful melodies, are what will shift consciousness to a new level where the Earth and all her beings co-creatively thrive.

Ashok Khosla

If we are going to achieve our goals, it will come from every deep inside ourselves. From the very kind of relationship with Nature that Saint Francis had, that allows no cruelty to the health of our planet.
Every plant has its own song; its own melody, its own rhythm, its own harmony…
The Music of the Plants is just to show that there is much more between heaven and earth than is spoken of in our philosophies. Our philosophies are too limited.

Can a plant’s sounds heal other plants?

Jean Thoby, our french partner, a nursery gardener that owns the botanic garden Plantarium, made many experiences and he says ”Yes, the sound of plants promotes the growth of other plants. We have been able to highlight not only at the Plantarium, but also at neighboring producers, that the sound of plants via plants regulates the living beings so that they are not more pathogenic.”

Can Music of the Plants affect the plant’s growth?

Salvatore ‘Camaleonte’ Sanfilippo has found out over and again that given the same conditions in terms of light, nutrients and care, plants that make music grow more than those that do not. To test this hypothesis we took two cyclamens, grown from the same batch of seeds, and planted them in the same pot and then looked after them in the same way. The only difference was, that one of them was connected to a musical device while the other one was not. After a few weeks the plant, that played music, had more leaves, which were much bigger than those of her sister.

What stimulated this experiment was the casual observation, that an Impatiens Sultanii, which used to accompany me on tour to give presentations and concerts, had grown bigger than another otherwise similar one that we had acquired at the same time, but which was always in our greenhouse. After a year, the plant, that played music and travelled with me, had grown twice as big as the other one. It was more complex and had more leaves and buds. Another interesting observation is, that the ‘musical’ plants tend to have more flowers, which often open just a few hours after the plant has performed.”

(from “Music of the Plants” book)

A story of a plant that doesn’t want to sing

Salvatore “Camaleonte” Sanfilippo told us a story. “Generally a trained plant sounds practically all the time, with various oscillations during the night and the day, as a sign of their vital activity, but there are circumstances that may disturb the plant so much that the plant or tree may stop making music altogether. One day I had to give a presentation on the plants to a group of English secondary school students accompanied by their teachers. I had got the instrumentation ready in a nice greenhouse, and my little plant was already ‘trilling away’ as usual.

At a certain point the boys and girls came trooping in with an attitude of absolute lack of interest in their surroundings. A few moments later the plants fell silent. I pretended, that nothing had happened, and began telling them what the project was about. In the meantime I moved the sensors of the device to another plant, hoping it would react, but to no avail. Finally, I had to say to the students and the teachers that the experiment had failed. The young people began filing out, and when the last one was out of the room, one of the plants resumed ‘singing’. I was greatly surprised, as was a teacher who had stayed behind, who said, ‘I’d say the experiment has been a great success. The kids exuded such boredom and disinterest they must have affected the plants negatively.’ I believe that teacher was right.”

(from “Music of the Plants” book)

What to do if the plant doesn’t sing?

Most probably the contact between the clip and the leaf could be poor so you need to moisten it. Water increases the electrical conductivity.

Also you need to check that the device is switched on and the sensor cable is plugged in the correct socket of the device.

Apart from these technical reasons sometimes the plant does not want to play. The plant enters into an in-depth contact with its surroundings and the people inside the room or its vicinity and perceives our emotions. Lack of interest, aggressiveness or sense of distrust unavoidably affect the harmony of the atmosphere and thus the plant’s behaviour.

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