Trees Have Social Networks, Too

  One of our long-time supporters sent us an article from the New York Times about the work of Peter Wohlleben, a German Forest Ranger who published the book, “The Hidden Life of Trees: What They Feel, How They Communicate — Discoveries From a Secret World.” Presenting scientific research and his own observations in highly

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

Are plants conscious?

We were sent the link to this TEDx talk by Professor Stefano Macuso, one of the most important figures in the field of plant neurobiology: We already know that plants have all our senses (they can see, hear, touch, smell and see) without the organs usually associated with them and they have some more specific

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

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

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

The Tree That Would Not Be Broken

It was the last living thing rescued from the ruins of 9/11. A dozen years later, one mythical pear tree is finally home, and branching out from Ground Zero in mystical ways. The Tree That Would Not Be Broken from Narratively on Vimeo.

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

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

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