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Emerald Voices: musical trees in Canada

The relationships we have here at MotP headquarters with our vendors is one of the highlights of this work! We not only get to hear about all the amazing activities and life-changing research they are involved with, but little-by-little, we get to know their trees and plants as well. Our very own network of families around the world!

This week, we heard from our beautiful Canadian distributors, Emerald Voices:

After months of work, they have completed their new website, and it looks fabulous! Take a minute to head over to to see for yourself. Simple and elegant, we are so proud of this new Music of the Plants showcase. Congratulations Devmurti and Hari Amrit Khalsa for the wonderful work!

In addition to the website, they have organized a series of upcoming demonstrations of the Music of the Plants U1 device (especially for those living on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada or nearby). Please contact them for more specific information on each event.


Saturday, January 30th – Denman Island Seedy Saturday, Denman Island, BC, Canada 10:00 am – 3:00 pm (Public demonstration/presentation of the U1 device 11:00 – 12:00 am.)

Saturday, February 6th – Qualicum Beach Seedy Saturday, Qualicum Beach, BC 10:00 am– 3:00 pm (demonstration at our booth)

Monday, February 15th – Comox Valley Horticultural Society, Courtenay, BC – 8:00 – 9:00 pm. (Public presentation of the U1 device)

Saturday, March 5th – Comox Valley Seedy Saturday, Courtenay, BC 10 am – 3:00 pm (Public demonstration/presentation of the U1 device 11:00 – 12:00 am)

Sunday, March 6th – Nanaimo Seedy Sunday, Nanaimo, BC 10 am – 3:00 pm (demonstration at our booth)

Sunday, March 20th – Duncan Seedy Sunday, Duncan, BC – 10 am – 2 pm (public demonstration/ presentation of U1 device will be at 11 – 12 am)

Thursday, June 2nd – Baynes Sound Garden Club, Fanny Bay, BC – 7:00 – 8:00 pm (Public presentation of the U1 device)

Note: Seedy Saturdays & Sundays have become huge events on the BC coast (and are spreading to the rest of Canada). These events were started as a push-back to the multinational’s squeeze on the world’s edible seed supplies.

Traveling in the Song of Trees

In November 2014, Edoardo Taori and Federica Zizzari set off on a 40 day trip across northern India and Nepal on the artistic project, “Viaggiando nel Canto degli Alberi” (Traveling in the Song of Trees), to search for the Sacred Trees that represent these peoples. The goal of their projects are to sensitize and create awareness amongst human beings about plant consciousness and respect for every form of life. Through art, they share spiritual messages for the reawakening of consciousness. Their experience gave birth to an extraordinary musical album composed by 10 Sacred Trees using their various electrical resistances, 20 divination cards designed by hand and a book, which is a necessary tool to appreciate the essence of this work.

The project, in continual evolution, is now looking at a new research trip: the “Albero del Drago” (Dragon Tree) and the breath of the “Laurisilva” (Laurel Forest), in the Canary Islands, which will bring about a new musical album and interesting artistic creations. On Italian soil, “Tesori Rivelati” is responsible of short videos that show the wonder of nature with music composed by the plant world from that region.

At this time, Edo and Kika are presenting their project. During the presentations they project videos of the trip, discuss plant consciousness and offer a small, live concert of plant music.

Da Seclì il suono delle piante

Da TG2 Mizar del 18 ottobre 2015

Posted by Alberto Vaglio on Saturday, 17 October 2015

Playlist video viaggio India Nepal
Intervista su Veggie Channel
Nuova campagna di ‘crowdfunding’ in corso viaggio Isole Canarie
Segue ‘Viaggiando nel Canto degli Alberi’ su Facebook

A nice, short story

Dear All,

A short nice story. As you know I bought the Music of the Plants device.

Yesterday I did a presentation to all ecovillages in The Netherlands (50 people). We had a remarkable and touching closing.

At the end of my presentation I had one plant that was able to make music. One other plant did not work and I aksed the public for help. Then a mother with a 3 year old child came to that plant. The child started to contact that plant and told me how I should hold my hand close to the plant. When I did it as told by the child the plant immediatly started to make music. It was a nice and emotional closing of my presentation. The mother cried and a lot of people were touched as well. Magical moments of complete silence of the public followed.

Thanks and Greetings,

from Henry Mentink

Bamboo meditates for the Earth

On November 1, 2015, leaders from around the world gathered at the Grand Rex in Paris, and simultaneously in other parts of the world, to guide us in 24 hours of meditation for the Earth. Alexandre Ferran explains the music of Bamboo and his research using words and sound to communicate with plants. Hear how Bamboo incorporates words into her melodies to express what she is experiencing. Click here to watch the video on Youtube or scroll to 0:45:05 below.

When the Natural and Digital Worlds Collide

UK-based audiovisual artist Oliver Jennings explores what happens when the natural and digital worlds collide and charts the intersections between the two. His film practice started as a means to explore graphic design in a more dynamic way and has evolved into installation work, video direction and live visual performances. In this video, he takes us through the various projects he has presented at Chelsea Flower Show, Edinburgh Science Festival and more using the Music of the Plants.

Shifting the Paradigms of Plant Understanding

Seriya Cutbush, founder of Akshaya Healing, has been one of the first practitioners to be offering Music with the Plants in Australia. Seriya currently presents Music of the Plants throughout the Byron Shire, Sydney, Gold Coast and Brisbane and regularly at the Crystal Castle and Shambhala Gardens.

Learn about Seriya’s work with plant music:

Thank you for the wonderful work Seriya!

Plant Frequencies for Healing

More independent research on plant music and healing, this time from Australia:

“I have been interested in healing frequencies for some time, and, being a Homeopath, have also tried various methods. One was, for example, using the wristbands from Quantum iNfinity to put frequencies into my body. Having read the story on comas, I purchased the Singing Plants device (thru Crystal Castle in Australia). I dowsed as to whether these plant frequencies could be used for healing, and got a positive response. So I played the music from my plants back to myself through the wristbands (30 mins 3 times a day for 2 days). The effect has been very positive. I have greater peace of mind and happiness. I feel as if something that was ‘missing’ in my energetic makeup has been found again. I am calm and, in a sense, fulfilled. I thought your community might like to know.

I am a dowser for 40 or so years. I was curious as to the healing properties of the frequencies, and dowsed it. According to my findings, all plant music is healing, and it does not relate to specific plant types. The linear intellectual model would tend to assume that, say, lemongrass would be good for the liver, parsley for iron, etc etc as per herbal lore, but apparently not. I would be interested if your researchers were to find differently, but I would be surprised if they did. The plants I have used with the singing plant device are basil, lemongrass and parsley, hence my assumptions at the start. But it seems to me, that plants can ‘scan’ a human and play what is appropriate . I believe that all plants, now, have this universal healing tendency and possible capability.”

Amazing! What do you think? Tell us in the comments.


Image By PlayTheTunes 

An Amazing Experience with Music of the Plants

Another amazing experience with the Music of the Plants this week thanks to this beauty, Begonia!

The most incredible experience that I have had thanks to the Music of the Plants was with a Begonia this past January in Kauai (a story for another time). However, since then I have heard from other people about remarkable experiences with Begonias and MOTP devices. I had this suspicion that Begonias are very talented singers and wanted to test this out, so was excited to plant several in my garden this year. However, I didn’t get to listen to them.

This week, I connected this Begonia (moved inside for the winter) to my device. She immediately began playing scales (giving credence to my belief) and then very quickly began to play a song. However, I recognized this song, as I listened to it for most of the Summer. This is Tulsi’s song.

Well, I soon became despondent and worried. (It amazes me how quickly our brains go to the “sky is falling” when things do not look like we think they should – or maybe it’s just my brain.) One of the downfalls to my work with MOTP is that I’m not a musician, so I do not have the trained ear. My brain started with, “It’s not the same song, you just don’t recognize the nuances.” To “Oh my God, it’s just what the doubters have said, the device has a random program.” And “Oh, my device must be broken and is simply playing the same song.”

Ok, I know that this is long and I hope that you will read to the end, to see the magic of this experience. While my brain was reacting to the sky falling, I was ignoring all the experiences that I’ve had with the Plants and this device. I do not have a trained ear, but I do have a trained Heart and my Heart responds amazingly to the Plants singing. I have had too many incredible experiences, particularly of Plants responding to People to be able to even think that the device has a random program. And no, my device is not broken, the song isn’t the same, for it changes, but Begonia was playing Tulsi’s song.

So what was going on? After I calmed down. I remembered an earlier experience with Peace Lily, the first Plant that I connected to the MOTP. Damanhur recommends that you train your Plant to play by playing classical music or a Teacher Plant. I didn’t have a teacher Plant, so I played a Yo-Yo Ma CD for Peace Lily for days. At one point, when my favorite song started playing, Peace Lily started playing right along. This happened several times.

Just like Peace Lily listening to Yo-Yo Ma, Begonia has been listening to Tulsi sing, so he was playing what he heard!!

I had a new client yesterday morning. As I was preparing for her session, I was given guidance to bring the MOTP into my office. Begonia was practically jumping at the chance to play for her. I thought another more experienced Plant would be better. However, Begonia insisted. He started playing a song within 30 seconds of being connected (only his 2nd time with the device). This song was different than what he played the other day and did really touch both of our Hearts.

Begonia wanted to continue playing after our session. I went into my office this morning and was greeted with beautiful, Angelic, heady music, so complex and so beautiful! I forgot and left him play all night! However, Begonia didn’t seem to mind, he was happy to show off his talent.

Until my experience in Kauai, I never had a relationship with Begonias, never really gave them my time or attention. My grandmother loves them, so I would buy them for her, but that was the extent. Honestly, even though I added them to my garden this summer, I can’t say that I really fell in Love with them. This morning as I was returning Begonia to my living room, my Heart burst. This is something that I will sit with and dream with for awhile. Those of you who know me know that I tend to be very Heart-centered and living from the Heart is both my path and my goal. Therefore, Heart-opening experiences are fairly commonplace for me, though they continue to be wonderful and exciting. This one was different. It literally felt like a key turned and a small doorway was unlocked. I of course, burst into tears, but they weren’t the tears of pain or even joy, more the tears of recognition and understanding.

I had not intended to share my personal experience with Begonia; I wanted to share the brilliance of the Plant World and particularly Begonia’s incredible playing this week. However, my personal experience seems important to share also. I am blessed to have had (and to witness and assist others to have) amazing experiences with Plants in many different ways. I am so grateful to have the Music of the Plants device which greatly adds to these experiences.


Listening to the Plants, I know that my body is receiving healing, for their music immediately puts me into Heart Coherence, which has many positive physiological effects (if you want to learn more about this check out HeartMath). With the aid of the device, I am learning how to work in co-creative partnership with the Plants. The device also makes it even easier for me (and others) to connect to Plants (something that is as natural as breathing, we’ve just forgotten how to do it). Then there are those incredible m

agical moments, where the device, really the music from the Plants allows everything to transform and it feels like I am in a different world and am able to tap into a deeper wisdom.

SO much gratitude to Damanhur for bringing this device into my life and even more gratitude for the remarkable Plant Beings who continue to amaze and humble me and teach me Love!

May you have a Heart-full, Wonder-full, magic-filled weekend.

Jen Frey, Brigid’s Way


Sting talks about using “Music of the Plants”

Sting was interviewed by the Italian online magazine Io Acqua & Sapone where he talked about how he is using the Music of the Plants in his vineyards.:

“In Tuscany, in the Palagio, your 300 hectares home produces wine and honey. Why did you chose to set up an agricultural, eco-friendly business?”

“I felt the need to feed my family with genuine products; it is right to take care of the earth, not to plunder it. The company employs fifteen people who work there full-time to produce extra virgin olive oil, honey, salami and biodynamic wine – it is not unheard-of that soon I may decide to sell my products. For the moment, I would like to test the use of the music of plants to cultivate the fields (electronic equipment that reproduces the sounds of the plants used in the Tuscan community of Damanhur that Sting visited some time ago – author’s note).”

Read the full article in Italian.


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