TEDx Talk: Expanding the Boundaries of Communication with Regina Orchard and Music of the Plants

In the fascinating world of human communication, there are many ways to express oneself. But what happens when communication goes beyond words and embraces the universal language of music? This is the fundamental question that Regina Orchard addresses in her extraordinary TEDx talk.

Transforming Signals into Melodies: The Technology of “Music of the Plants”

In her engaging speech, Regina Orchard introduces us to a world where plants become musicians and trees compose symphonies. It’s not fantasy or illusion, but a fascinating reality made possible by technology and a deep understanding of non-verbal communication.

Regina Orchard, a pioneer in research on communication between plants and humans, shares her extraordinary experience in translating the language of plants into harmonious melodies. During the conference, Orchard delights the audience with concrete and fascinating examples, such as the peace-lily producing vibrant tones when gently touched or the sequoia emitting a chorus of sweet sounds when exposed to sunlight.

Through her innovative “Music of the Plants” technology, Orchard opens a window to a world where plants are no longer mere static beings but active participants in the symphony of life.

Beyond Technological Demonstration: Philosophical Reflections on Interspecies Communication

During her conference, Orchard illustrates the process of communication between plants and humans through concrete and fascinating examples. She shows how, thanks to sophisticated sensors and intelligent algorithms, it is possible to capture the subtle variations and signals emitted by plants and translate them into musical sounds. It’s an experience that challenges our traditional conceptions of communication and invites us to explore new boundaries of interspecies understanding.

But her conference goes beyond mere technological demonstration. Orchard urges us to reflect on the deeper meaning of this form of communication. She invites us to consider the philosophical and spiritual implications of a world where music becomes a bridge between the diverse forms of life on Earth. She encourages us to reconsider our relationship with nature and to discover new ways of connection and dialogue with the plant world that surrounds us.

An Invitation to Discovery: Exploring the Potential of Interspecies Communication

Regina Orchard’s TEDx conference is more than just a technological presentation; it’s an invitation to explore new frontiers of communication and human understanding. It challenges us to look beyond words and to grasp the beauty and depth of the music that resonates in the plant world. It’s a fascinating journey that challenges us to explore the limitless potential of interspecies communication and to celebrate the richness of life’s diversity on Earth.

Inspiring Reforestation: the Forest Man of India with Music of the Plants

In the verdant landscapes of Assam, India, a groundbreaking partnership unfolded during the Smily Experience: Music of the Plants and Smily Academy joined forces for a unique event.

Inspiring Reforestation: Jadav Payeng’s Journey as the Forest Man of India

Highlighting this collaboration was the participation of Jadav Payeng, renowned as “The Forest Man of India.”

Jadav “Molai” Payeng (born 31 October 1959) is an environmental activist and forestry worker from Majuli, popularly known as the Forest Man of India. Over the course of several decades, he has planted and tended trees on a sandbar of the river Brahmaputra turning it into a forest reserve. He was born in the indigenous Mising tribe of Assam.

Celebrating Environmental Stewardship: Honoring Jadav Payeng’s Contributions

Jadav Payeng was honoured at a public function arranged by the School of Environmental Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University on 22 April 2012 for his achievement. He shared his experience of creating a forest in an interactive session, where Magsaysay Award winner Rajendra Singh and JNU vice-chancellor Sudhir Kumar Sopory were present. In the month of October 2013, he was honoured at the Indian Institute of Forest Management during their annual event Coalescence.

In 2015, he was honoured with Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian award in India. He received honorary doctorate degree from Assam Agricultural University and Kaziranga University for his contributions.

Empowering Environmental Education: The Smily Experience with Music of the Plants


Jadav Payeng’s remarkable reforestation efforts, transforming barren lands into thriving ecosystems, have earned global acclaim. At the Smily Experience, he encountered plant music through Music of the Plants’ innovative devices, which translate botanical vibrations into captivating melodies.

Smily Academy, an influential organization dedicated to environmental education and sustainable development, played a pivotal role in facilitating this collaboration. This isn’t the first time Music of the Plants and Smily Academy have joined hands; a previous article on our blog delves into our shared commitment to environmental awareness and education.

Through their immersive Smily Experience, they offer a platform that seamlessly integrates cultural enrichment, environmental consciousness, and experiential learning.

Sounds of Change: Jadav Payeng  explores Music of the Plants

In an Instagram post, Payeng lauded the project as a visionary initiative fostering unity between humanity and nature, emphasizing the multifaceted capabilities of the devices, boasting over 100 distinctive sounds.


This collaborative endeavor serves as a poignant ode to the interconnectedness of all life forms and underscores the significance of nurturing our bond with the natural world.

Through the power of music, art, and collective action, we can contribute to the preservation of our planet’s precious ecosystems. The synergistic partnership between Music of the Plants, Smily Academy, and influential figures like Jadav Payeng underscores our collective potential to enact meaningful change for a sustainable future.

Exploring the Therapeutic Potential of Plant Music Therapy: A Scientific Inquiry into Healing Harmonies


Plant Music Therapy™, an innovative facet of sound therapy spearheaded by Teresa Helgeson, explores the integration of plant-generated melodies into therapeutic practices, delving into the potential healing effects on human well-being. Ongoing research in this field focuses on understanding how exposure to botanical compositions may positively impact mental health, reduce stress, and enhance emotional well-being.

Utilizing the Music of the Plants’ U1 device, Helgeson’s research, published in 2015, establishes the foundation for this emerging field. Through sound therapy sessions with Pixie, a Prayer Plant, Helgeson observes positive physiological changes, indicating potential benefits for mental and physical well-being. Client testimonials affirm these positive outcomes. Helgeson’s interest in expanding the research to cancer treatments reflects the promising applications of Plant Music Therapy™ in managing medical interventions. Recognition from YouTuber Sky amplifies the dissemination of this groundbreaking work, sparking wider interest and understanding in the intersection of plant music and human health.

The Convergence of Plant Life and Therapy

The convergence of plant life and therapeutic modalities has garnered considerable attention, with Plant Music TherapyTM emerging as a novel and promising avenue for exploration. Spearheaded by Certified Medical Hypnotherapist Teresa Helgeson, this innovative approach utilizes the U1 Device by Music of the Plants. This sophisticated apparatus serves as a bridge between the botanical realm and human well-being, providing a distinctive perspective on the therapeutic potential of plant music.

Spiritual Encounters and Transformative Journeys

Guided by a series of spiritual occurrences, in 2007 Teresa embarked on a transformative journey to the Federation of Damanhur. During her time here, she encountered the enchanting realm of the Music of the Plants, where a profound experience unfolded when she witnessed a Birch Tree playing music.

Upon her return home, a significant encounter occurred during meditation as Pixie, the Prayer Plant, revealed itself to Teresa. In this moment, Pixie communicated a profound message, expressing its willingness to be the plant guiding Teresa in the exploration and practice of plant music. Ever since this meaningful encounter, Pixie has been a constant companion, steering Teresa’s journey into the captivating world of plant-generated melodies.

Connecting with Nature through Healing Harmonies

The fusion of plant music and therapeutic intention offers a unique pathway for individuals to connect with nature and foster internal balance. As research progresses in Plant Music TherapyTM, it emerges as a promising complementary approach to traditional therapeutic modalities, providing a harmonious blend of nature’s melodies and healing intentions for the enhancement of mental and emotional well-being.

Scientific Validation of Sound Therapy with Plants

Helgeson’s groundbreaking research, published on June 24, 2015, in the ISSSEEM Research Symposium, sheds light on the profound effects of plant-generated music on the human body.

It has been presented at seven conferences, showcasing the transformative impact of Plant Music TherapyTM on medical therapy. Employing a before-and-after methodology, she provides visual evidence of the physiological changes occurring during and after plant music sessions. These sessions exhibit significant alterations in blood composition, immune system strength, and stress levels within organs, underscoring the potential of plant music to reshape medical practices.

Microscopic Insights Before and After a Healing Session with the Plant

A pivotal revelation from Helgeson’s research lies in the microscopic examination of blood, particularly through a dark-field microscope. Before plant music sessions, pictures reveal a bloodstream with Rouleau. Factors influencing this process, including alterations in blood viscosity, protein concentrations, and the presence of certain diseases, warrant exploration within the context of the therapeutic interventions discussed.

Cardiovascular Health and Plant Music Therapy

Under normal physiological circumstances, red blood cells exhibit a state of dispersion and free-flowing movement due to their inherent negative charges, facilitating optimal functionality within the bloodstream. Yet, the narrative emphasizes that certain conditions, such as inflammatory diseases or shifts in plasma proteins, can disrupt this delicate equilibrium, leading to the aggregation of red blood cells. These aggregated red blood cells are observed to be clumped together, hindering the absorption of vital vitamins and nutrients essential for survival.

After undergoing a session of Plant Music TherapyTM, a discernible enhancement in the separation of red blood cells becomes evident, suggesting a favorable impact on circulatory dynamics. The observed increase in the discerned gap between red blood cells implies an amelioration in blood flow and circulation, hinting at potential cardiovascular benefits. This phenomenon aligns with the broader objective of optimizing vascular health through the therapeutic influence of plant-generated melodies.

Enhanced Immune Responsiveness: A Key Benefit of Plant Music

Furthermore, the impact of Plant Music TherapyTM extends to the realm of immune modulation, specifically affecting white blood cells. Post-therapy, there is a notable augmentation in the activity levels of white blood cells, indicating a heightened state of immune responsiveness. This heightened immune activity could contribute to a more vigilant and effective defense against pathogens and cellular anomalies, thereby fostering an overall ordered and purified physiological state.

In conclusion, the outcomes observed following a session of Plant Music TherapyTM reveal not only improved circulatory dynamics but also a nuanced impact on immune modulation. These findings underscore the potential multifaceted physiological benefits associated with the integration of plant music into therapeutic interventions, providing a promising avenue for further scientific exploration and understanding in the field of holistic well-being.

Helgeson’s research extends beyond cellular changes to address cardiovascular health. Large protein crystals found in the bloodstream, precursors to heart disease, high blood pressure, and elevated cholesterol, are significantly reduced – by four times – following Plant Music TherapyTM sessions. Considering the prevalence of heart disease as the third leading cause of death in America, these findings hold substantial implications for preventative and complementary therapeutic interventions.

Personal Experiences about the Healing Sessions with the Plants

Testimonials graciously shared by those who have undergone Plant Music TherapyTM sessions under the guidance of Teresa Helgeson provide a rich tapestry of firsthand accounts, painting a vivid picture of the profound therapeutic benefits that unfold post-session. Clients resonate with a spectrum of positive outcomes that extend beyond mere relaxation. They describe an elevated sense of comfort, an overwhelming calmness that permeates their being, and a deep-seated relaxation that lingers long after the session concludes.

The transformative impact of plant music is further evident in the release of tension, where stubborn muscular knots succumb to the therapeutic melodies, ushering in a tangible sense of relief. Clients also report a substantial reduction in both pain and stiffness, attesting to the nuanced and comprehensive efficacy of plant music in not only addressing the subjective realms of well-being but also manifesting tangible physiological changes. This seamless alignment between the reported subjective improvements and the observable shifts in physiological markers serves as a compelling testament to the multifaceted and holistic benefits derived from the immersive experience of Plant Music TherapyTM.

The Future of Healing with Plants

Looking ahead, Teresa Helgeson envisions expanding her research to include individuals undergoing chemotherapy for cancer treatment. This potential application of Plant Music TherapyTM in supporting cancer patients through the rigors of chemotherapy underscores the multifaceted nature of its therapeutic benefits.

Youtuber Skylife talks about Helgeson’s research

The recognition of Helgeson’s work extends to the public domain, with the notable YouTuber Sky Life conducting an interview and documenting the story of the Damanhur Center in Colorado. Sky’s channel, “Sky Life,” aims to inspire well-being, curiosity, and connection, providing a platform for wider dissemination of information on Plant Music TherapyTM.

You can find her report here: How This Commune Talks to Plants.



In conclusion, Plant Music TherapyTM, as pioneered by Teresa Helgeson, stands at the forefront of scientific inquiry into the therapeutic potential of plant-generated music. With its demonstrated impact on physiological parameters and its potential applications in medical therapy, including cancer support, this innovative approach offers a harmonious bridge between the botanical world and advancements in human health and wellness. As research in this field continues to unfold, the transformative melodies of Plant Music TherapyTM may very well orchestrate a new paradigm in integrative and holistic healthcare.

More Informations on Teresa’s Website: Plant Music Therapy™.

(Helgerson exploring Plant Music with children, source: https://shoutoutcolorado.com/meet-teresa-helgeson-author-speaker-sound-healer/)

Harmonizing Wellness: The Synergy of Orthotherapy and Botanical Music

Revolutionizing Sounds: The Convergence of Orthotherapy and Music of the Plants

The encounter between Valérie, a 15-year experienced orthotherapist, and Jean Thoby, a passionate botanist and plant music enthusiast in Gaujacq (Lande), has sparked new understandings and experiments in the field of music therapy.

Groundbreaking Discovery of Botanical Music Therapy

Valérie, specializing in vision disorder rehabilitation, made a groundbreaking discovery in the spring of 2020: botanical music therapy. This meeting profoundly changed her perspective, leading her to consider health more holistically. She realized that humans are not just what they see but also unique vibrational fields.

A Transformational Story: Plant Music and Visual Rehabilitation

“One of my patients had debilitating vision problems that hindered reading and driving. He told me about undergoing treatment with plant music, and the effect on image definition was extraordinary. Struck by this testimony, I decided to meet Jean Thoby, the botanist who conducted this plant music session.”

A Radical Shift in Orthotherapeutic Approach

Based on the new insights and testimonies of Jean Thoby, Valérie’s approach as an orthotherapist has completely changed. She states, “Now I conceive health more holistically. I have become aware that we are not just what we see but also unique vibrational fields.” Since the beginning of the year, her patients have benefited from botanical music therapy sessions.

Insights into the Experience: Read the Full Article on Demain-Vendèe

For further details on Valérie’s experience and transformations, read the full article on Demain-Vendèe.

Au pays des Olonnes, Valérie pratique la musicothérapie par les plantes


Partnership between “Music of the Plants” and “Smily Academy”: the Italy-India axis for climate and nature

In a world grappling with environmental challenges, innovative collaborations are more crucial than ever. Music of the Plants is happy to announce our partnership with Smily Academy!

Smily Academy is a scalable, transdisciplinary, intergenerational challenge based edutech impact accelerator that is borned after 30 years of climate activism and Indigenous’ empowerment: “It’s time to accelerate the social and environmental impact by co-designing projects – says Rituraj Phukan -, which are able to become businesses and that’s what Smily Academy is doing”.

The Indigenous Imperative

Indigenous communities make up just 5% of the world’s population but are responsible for protecting a staggering 85% of global biodiversity. Smily Academy recognizes the invaluable role these communities play and aims to address their specific challenges, through innovative solutions. Their knowledge in traditional agriculture, natural resource management, and biodiversity conservation is a treasure trove that, when melded with modern innovation, can significantly propel forward the global agenda of sustainability and climate resilience. Through such collaborations, we inch closer to a future where technology and tradition harmoniously coalesce to foster a sustainable living paradigm.

The Smily Experience

Our Bamboo M was taken on the first discovery mission in Assam

The inaugural Smily Experience is slated to take place in Assam, India, from March 20 to 26, 2024. The academy will select 40 individuals under the age of 30 based on their values and profiles. These young talents will engage in a week-long immersive learning experience, visiting iconic places where humans and nature coexist in harmony. One such location is the Forest Man Foundation area, dedicated to Jadav Molai Payeng, who single-handedly planted a forest the size of 13 soccer fields over 40 years.

Assam,reasons why

India is one of the oldest civilizations in the world with a kaleidoscopic variety and rich cultural heritage. As the 7th largest country in the world, India stands apart from the rest of Asia, bounded by the Great Himalayas in the north, and between the Bay of Bengal on the east and the Arabian Sea on the west.

There are 22 different languages that have been recognised by the Constitution of India, of which Hindi is an Official Language.

All the five major racial types – Australoid, Mongoloid, Europoid, Caucasian, and Negroid find representation among the people of India.

Indian culture is the heritage of social norms and lifestyles  associated with the ethno-linguistically diverse India and it’s languages, religions, dance, music, architecture, food and customs differ from place to place within the country.

India is one of the 17 Mega biodiverse countries in the world and accounts for 7-8 % of the recorded species.

India, with a special focus on Assam, the Northern India, is an iconic destination for biodiversity. As a part of the Eastern Himalayan Biodiversity Region, one of the two biodiversity “Hot Spots” in the country, with its diversity of ecological habitats such as forests, grasslands, wetlands and mountains and a large variety of flora and fauna. Besides, Assam represents a bright example for One Health hot spot, with about one thousand species of medicinal plants having uses in Ayurvedic, Unani, Homoeopathic and modern medicine. Assam is a conservation success story with 6 National Parks and 20 Wildlife Sanctuaries. Assam is the destination of the Smily Academy learning experience to train Conscious Feeders.


Nick Difino at the Music of the Plants stand at ‘Seeds&Chips’, The Global Innovation Summit, in Milan in 2017

The Genesis of a Remarkable Alliance

This partnership was born in 2017 when Claudia Laricchia, President and founder of Smiley academy, and Nick Difino, leader for Food Innovation in Italy of “Smily Academy India” fell in love with Music of the Plants, and us with them, with their ability to dream of a new world, based on ethical values and respect for nature.
This meeting marked the beginning of a collaboration and friendship that has now lasted 6 years.


Smily Academy Global founders: The Forest Man of India, Jadav Molai Payeng; Rituraj Phukan; Munmuni Payeng; Matteo Salerno; Claudia Laricchia

Music of the Plants is honoured to support Smily Academy India, as together we continue to create new visions of the future. Nature, the wisdom of indigenous communities, the energy of youth and the power of technology, come together in a creative mix for our planet!

Unraveling the Symphony: Beata Brus-Spyra’s Journey with Plant Music

Beata Brus-Spyra is a life enthusiast and a devoted user and distributor of the Plant Music device in Poland. Since discovering the device in December 2020, she has embarked on numerous holistic experiments. A tragic event that led to a disability later became the creative catalyst for transforming her life, igniting a desire to help others.

From Tragedy to Creativity: Beata’s Holistic Approach to Well-being and Art

Dedicating herself to holistic well-being and art, Beata addresses the theme of psychosomatic regeneration from various perspectives. Over the past three years, she has tested many applications of this device, leading to numerous observations and conclusions.

The Confluence of Art, Wellness, and Plant Music: Beata’s Journey Begins

In late 2022, Beata had the idea to return to painting. Having started studying at the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow in the ’80s, she learned to draw and paint, even though her dream of becoming an interior designer did not materialize.

She purchased canvases and paints, immersing herself in the process. Observing plants and allowing the inspiration of the music they produced to guide her, the flow came, and she began painting. Her first painting in the series was inspired by the sounds produced by Simona, her Arabica coffee plant.

Colors, Sounds, and Harmony: Beata’s Artistic Meditation

During the creation of these works, she realized how color influences the harmony and well-being of the body, blending with the sound. Painting became a unique and creative meditation, inspired by the beauty and intelligence of these beings!


4 Life Lessons You Can Learn from Plants

Nature appreciation and outdoor recreation have rapidly increased around the world. A 2021 article published in the Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism cites reports of increased visitation in national parks in Sweden, as well as in Germany, America, and Japan. This just underscores how more people are seeking the comfort and peace of plants and nature than ever before.

This isn’t surprising information, given that the last few years were spent in lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic. Daydreaming in Paradise explains that working from home forced everyone to increase their usage of technology and made it difficult to find learning opportunities outside of work. Many also struggled to socialize, causing emotions such as frustration and anxiety to build up.

In light of these challenges, many people sought peace in the natural world. Digital platform Klaviyo found that online sales of gardening goods doubled in 2020, as individuals who couldn’t go outside chose to home garden as a hobby. Watching a living being grow each day brought a sense of calm to many people. Here, plants taught everyone to find peace amidst the turbulence in the outside world.

This is only one of the many life lessons that we can learn from plants. In this article, we discuss four more of our favorite lessons.

Turn toward the sun

As we’ve mentioned earlier, there will always be situations in life that are out of our control. However, we can control how we cope and find peace.

Plants can thrive even in conditions where weeds and predators are around them. They continue to focus on their own growth and turn, literally, toward the sun. This allows them to nourish themselves despite the challenges of their environment. Similarly, we must keep on turning towards the sun in challenging times, by practicing good habits and focusing on what’s healthy for us.

Beauty comes in different forms

The scenic beauty of nature comes from the wide range of different flora and fauna that coexist in harmony. In fact, a 2020 survey from Landscape and Urban Planning found higher life satisfaction among people who visited more diverse types of natural spaces, such as managed parks and beaches. This shows us that diversity adds to the magic of nature.

Just like every plant, every person is different. Nature teaches us to accept our uniqueness as part of what makes us beautiful. We all have a role on this planet to make the world a better place.

Look at the bigger picture

Many beginner gardeners know the feeling of elation during the first shift from seed to sprout, as well as the feeling of disappointment when each day doesn’t seem to bring new changes thereafter. It’s hard to notice a seedling’s progress if you observe its growth from one day to the next. If you look at the same plant a month or year later, however, the change becomes clear.

Plants can easily teach us to appreciate the process and look at everything in the bigger picture. That is why gardening is recommended by National Geographic as a learning activity for kids. Even younger children can naturally develop patience and mindfulness when caring for a plant’s growth.

Always be open-minded to new ideas

For years, many of us believed that plants do not have neural receptors, and therefore do not feel. In our previous article of Plants Feel, we wrote that our human flaw is to be ego-centric, as we often use our limited human logic to explain the world. Recent evidence has demonstrated that, even if plants don’t have a nervous system like we do, they are entirely capable of feeling and registering pain.

This information teaches us to be open to new ideas, even if they challenge our long-established beliefs. Looking at the world from different angles can show us more than we’ve ever imagined and thought possible.

For instance, did you know that plants have their own music? Our Bamboo devices utilize revolutionary technology to convert the energy and electrical variation of plants into their own unique sound. Listen to the music of the plants and ponder on the many other lessons that plants can teach us about life.


Written by: Tina Lee

Exploring Earth Day in Italian Schools

Exploring Earth Day in Italian Schools

On April 23, schools throughout Italy celebrated Earth Day, embracing a unique educational journey during the school year. Through action research workshops conducted with the support of teachers and experts, and Andriani Education, an extraordinary project emerged, named “Earth, I Care for You… I Protect the Plants.”

Objective: Connecting with the Plant World through Music

The main goal of this project is to introduce students to plants, harnessing the power of plant music. The aim is to foster appreciation, respect, and care for plants as an essential part of life on Earth.

Key Tool: Bamboo M – A Synergy of Technology and Learning

A crucial element of this educational journey was the use of the Bamboo M device, providing vital support for students to understand and perceive the pulsating vitality of plants. Teachers, through a dedicated training course led by a music teacher, fully explored this tool, gaining valuable insights.

Classroom Experiences: Engaging and Creative Approaches

Among the various classroom experiences, the activity led by teachers Dina Pozzato, Marina Sambo, and Tiziana Voltolina in the fifth grade at Ballarin Primary School in Valli di Chioggia, Chioggia 3 Comprehensive Institute, stood out. Students had the opportunity to listen to music produced by one of the plants cultivated in the school using Bamboo M sensors. Inspired by this adventure, they expressed their feelings and emotions through drawings and words.

A Journey Bringing Kids Closer to the Plant World

It was an extraordinary adventure that significantly brought kids closer to the wonderful world of plants!

If you wish to immerse yourself in this unique and joyful experience, I invite you to watch the video summarizing the moments.




2nd Edition of Global Tree Orienting Weekend: May 6-7, 2023

You are invited to be part of a very special event!

The second annual Global Tree Orienting Weekend will take place worldwide on May 6-7, 2023!


Alliance between Trees and Humanity

Global Tree Lovers is collaborating with The Global Tree Network to orient trees into a worldwide grid to strengthen the alliance between tree beings and humanity. Using specially designed Damanhur Selfic pendulums, people will orient trees in their neighborhoods, favorite parks, or forests. We intend that this effort will send a renewed and reinvigorated message to the tree beings that humanity is actively working toward recreating a conscious and reciprocal relationship with our tree kin.

For more information about the event or to register for the event CLICK herehttps//:globaltreelovers.org


Orienting Music of the Plants offer


You can purchase the Tree Orienting Selfic Pendulum as a bundle with a Gingko Music of the Plants device for a special price.

To purchase the bundle CLICK here.


2022 Edition facts

Last year over 12,000 trees were oriented in one weekend in 16 countries. Let’s add more trees to the Global Tree Network this year.

Are you curious about the list of oriented trees in the world in 2022 edition?

Australia – 71

Bulgaria – 1202

Canada – 40

Czech/German border – 110

France – 75

Germany – 195

Ireland – 55

Israel – 25

Italy – 467

Japan – 4238

Netherlands – 81

Norway – 3369

Spain – 18

Switzerland – 75

United States – 2338

Zanzibar – 2


Read here the full article.


2023 Global Tree Orienting Weekend events

And this is the list of 2023 event organisers in the world…but many more will come!


VICTORIA, FRANKSTON……. May 7, 2023 2:30-4:30 (arrive at 2 pm). McClelland Drive entrance, Langwarrin Flora and Fauna Preserve. Contact Regina at regina@plantmusic.com.au


SOFIA…… May 6, 2023 10 am. Contact Vessela at vk55126@gmail.com


QUEBEC.… May 6, 2023 Private event


ZANZIBAR…. May 7, 2023 11 am – 1 pm Contact Sili at zanzibarmeditation@gmail.com to register.



San Francisco Bay area…. May 6/7, 2023 private event


Boulder…. Check back for details


Sarasota … May 6, 2023 10-12 am North Watertower Park. Contact Mary at mg@rockisland.com to register

Bradenton … May 7, 2023 12-2 pm Palma Sola Botanical Garden. Contact Mary at mg@rockisland.com to register

Venice … May 7, 2023 1-3 pm Curry Creek Preserve WEST. Contact Bev at brtempleton@msn.com to register


Chicago…. May 7, 2023 Evanston along the lake front. Contact Diane at dianehansel3@gmail.com for time and to register.


Glastonbury….. May 6, 2023 11am – 4 pm at Altheas Herbal Forest Farm. Contact Diane at dianehansel3@gmail.com to register.


North Andover…. May 7, 2023 private event


Hillsdale….. May 6, 2023 private event


Bellingham….. May 6, 2023 10 am at Larabee State Park. Contact Lindsey at register@fairycongress.com to register

Music, Plants, and Other Products That Will Improve Home Wellness

Home is where we’ve spent most of our time in recent years. In a feature by Linkedin, international speaker Steve Collinge explains that our homes need to feel like a place of refuge from the outside world. He cites public health institutions such as the NHS, NICE, and WHO that advocate mindful living as one of the key factors we should incorporate into our daily lives and embrace when it comes to health and mental well-being [1].

Readers can do this by including various belongings that answer our additional needs for comfort, beauty, and connection — thus improving our home wellness. Here are a few of our favorite items to get you started.

Bamboo devices

Music has been proven to be a magical phenomenon that can uplift the mood of any individual by boosting the brain’s production of dopamine. Shahram Heshmat, Ph.D. from the University of Illinois elaborates that listening to music can instill calmness and relaxation, as indicated by reduced cortisol levels and lowered heart rate in the body [2].

With our Bamboo devices, you can listen to the music of the plants wherever you are. The U1 device is especially ideal for your home and can play the whole day, filling the atmosphere with the music of your plants for the members of your household to enjoy and listen to all day.

House plants

As early as the 1980s, biologist E. O. Wilson coined the term biophilia to refer to the way humans need and seek out connections with nature. Studies have since found that elements of the natural world or even reminders of them have a positive effect on mental and physical health.

Surrounding your home with plants such as English Ivy or Bamboo Palm can additionally aid in the removal of air pollutants. Otherwise, to make the most out of your Bamboo device, ornamental plant grower Jean Thoby would suggest more genetically natural plants for their stronger electrical activity. As we’ve discussed previously in The Mysterious Singing of Plants, plant species that were present on earth for a longer period of time emits more tones. This means that ferns are much more active than conifers or flowering plants, whereas grasses hardly produce any electric waves [3].

Ergonomic furniture

It is important that the home is conducive to recovery and relaxation from the physical and mental strain that our bodies endure in the outside world. Investing in ergonomic furniture, which aims to lessen muscle fatigue and increase productivity, can make a difference in reducing your risk of pain and injury while promoting rest.

Ergonomic furniture at home is especially key as the work-from-home setup grows and more people are spending time sitting down in front of devices. Pain Free Working’s guide to the best ergonomic chairs explains that your current chair is likely the culprit behind most of the pain or discomfort you’re feeling. Exchanging this for an ergonomic chair, such as the Steelcase Gesture Chair with its 3D Live Back support, can prevent your spine from tensing in awkward positions [4]. Meanwhile, investing in an ergonomic mattress such as the Amerisleep AS2, which is recommended by CNET’s sleep experts for its proprietary type of memory foam, can aid in the muscle recovery process and leave you feeling more refreshed each morning [5].

Air humidifier or vaporizer

Dry indoor air creates an unproductive environment for us and our plants to thrive, and can actually cause a variety of symptoms from irritated eyes and sinuses to respiratory and skin conditions. To prevent this, tools such as vaporizers and humidifiers — with the Everlasting Comfort Cool Mist Humidifier being a favorite among NBC News’ experts — can add water to the air. This makes the home more comfortable by relieving excess mucus, dry skin, chapped lips, and sore throats. Verywell Health’s guide explains that the two differ by how they add moisture, with vaporizers using steam and humidifiers using cold mist, and you can simply choose the one that better suits your needs and preferences [6].

With these items, your home will become closer to a space for wellness where you can listen to the music of the plants in relaxation. To learn more about our Bamboo devices, check out our catalog at Music of the Plants.

Reference list:

[1] https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/importance-home-our-health-mental-wellbeing-steve-collinge
[2] https://www.psychologytoday.com/intl/blog/science-choice/202112/6-ways-music-can-lift-your-mood
[3] https://www.musicoftheplants.com/the-mysterious-singing-of-plants-by-henk-kieft/
[4] https://www.painfreeworking.com/best-ergonomic-chairs/
[5] https://www.cnet.com/health/sleep/best-mattress-for-back-pain/
[6] https://www.verywellhealth.com/vaporizer-vs-humidifier-5212237



Written by: Tina Lee

Music of the Plants online su Faire

Music of the Plants was selected by Faire to enter its worldwide marketplace. They contacted us directly and praised us for our product which is innovative, stylish and according to the most ethical standards.

Faire is an online e-commerce that supports small businesses to be more visible in the world and seek new reseller partners. Its mission “is to help independent entrepreneurs pursue their dreams.”We really liked their friendly approach based on human values and sound entrepreneurship.
One of their strengths is facing competition from Amazon and Walmart and the other players that dominate the world. They help small businesses keep up with competitors who are a million times bigger than they are so that they can discover their next bestsellers from independent brands around the world.

Other values of theirs that we liked are:
– researching the truth by sharing the results that emerge with great transparency
– an entrepreneurial approach that focuses on quality and results
– the spirit of adventure to dare all the way without being afraid of change
– kindness with both customers and colleagues


If you want to become an official Music of the Plants reseller or affiliate contact us here.

Sponsor at artistic exhibition “From Men to Gods” in Milan

Artist Cinzia Valente’s personal exhibition, “From Men to Gods,” images of an evolutionary journey, was held in Milan from January 5 to 15, 2023, sponsored by the City of Milan in collaboration with the Graffiti artistic and cultural association.

Music of the Plants as a technical sponsor provided 10 Ginkgo. Terrier participated in the installation of the devices and the wonderful vernissage.


By Melissa Bado

The artist, author of the bestseller “Progettazione Aurea,” wanted to express the techniques and philosophy described in the book with artistic language, confirming that everything can be designed as Nature shows.


The thought of the exhibition From Men to Gods took shape over the past few years, as the artist reveals, “Every time I met someone with their head down, suffering or resigned, it became clearer and clearer the path I wanted to take. Offering my works, evocative and golden, of deep connection with Nature and life itself, could be a beautiful way to do my part.

Through personal dialogue with the subjects, step by step, I imagined it was possible to rediscover something forgotten, to rekindle that flame that was perhaps holding out under layers of dust. An experiential exhibition through which to rediscover ourselves as divine. When we are centered and strong in our spiritual part, we can cope better with any situation.”

The entire path was structured to facilitate a confrontation with the images and, ideally, restore that with one’s immaterial part. In fact, the paintings were arranged so that they could be observed almost individually and were accompanied by a poem and a plan. We obtained the collaboration with artist Paola Gandin, who immersed herself in the contemplation of the works and wrote for each subject unedited verses capable of externalizing the deep meaning of that stage. Visitors were able to listen, independently, to the words of the poem read and interpreted directly by the writer by scanning a Qr code placed next to the painting.

“Poetry Speaks to the Heart. Contemplating the Sacred Geometry that permeates the universe, from the distant star to the artist’s painting, opens the gateway to this forgotten language and inspires us to rediscover our Essence” (Paola Gandin).

What about the plant? What role did it play? The beautiful creature, provided by Polo and Veronica of Flora et Labora, activated a perceptual process that is as yet untried. Depending on the energy of the painting and the interaction with the observer, it reacted differently, and these changes had voice. Sounds of distant echoes propagated through the room thanks to devices capable of transducing electrical impulses and changes in the flow of plant sap, into sounds and melodies.

Plants “played” their own perceptions and interactions, through instruments provided by Terrier Kauri of Music of the Plants. As visitors wandered among the paintings, they brushed against their leaves, reached down to express a whispered compliment or show them the sincerest of smiles, in exchange for a higher note or a livelier rhythm.

This experience allowed people who came to the exhibition to take part in the event, no longer just as guests, but co-participating in it. Each emotion created a reaction that somehow spread out and changed the overall music. It was magical.

An incredible mix that involved multiple senses and certainly multiple layers of matter.

“The visual experience I had imagined,” Cinzia declares, “literally came to life thanks to this choral project that came to involve the other senses. A unique mix was created: the golden subject and the poetic words, the music of the plants and its constant variations, all served to make people let go of their moorings and let go. There were indeed many visitors who came out moved at the end of the tour.

“We don’t know yet what the next stage of this pathway exhibition will be but, given the exciting result, the encouragement received and the wonderful collaborations born, we are sure it will take off and bring an evolutionary message of trust and union around the world.” Cinzia Valente

Melissa Bado (Art Curator)




By Terrier Kauri

Cinzia Valente’s exhibition “From Men to Gods” was a confirmation that art always has infinite spaces for innovation so much so that it landed on the creative union of painting, nature and technology.
The pictorial path accompanied by plants comes to life and changes moment by moment. The painting generates emotion in the observer, the plants perceive human feelings and thoughts and translate them into music. The plants speak and tell a different story for each individual observer who enters the artist’s world.
We were able to experience a new way of introducing the concept of “plant intelligence” that is very dear to us. The enthusiasm felt among the visitors was tangible. There was a fizzing air mixed between surprise, curiosity and incredulity. Are the plants really talking to me? And what are they thinking about this painting? What about me percipiently standing in front of the painting?
We are sure we have crossed a new imaginative frontier that will fascinate an ever-growing audience.


Terrier Kauri (Markering director at Music of the Plants)










The melody of the tomatoes in our school garden!

Are you interested in schools activities and education? 

Here we have some playful proposals for you!!! 


Music of the Plants applied in Schools

What plants are in your classroom? Or in your school garden? And what is the relationship your children have with the plants?

Some of us are born plant communicators, whereas for others it seems easier to communicate with other people, or with animals. When a child sees another child or a dog walking by, they rarely go unnoticed. They move, they make noise. But what about plants, and trees? How can we help children to grow up with respect for the plant world? And how can we maintain their wonder and openness for all around them active when it comes to plants, grass and trees?

The technology of the Music of the Plants is a very precious tool for this purpose. Especially the small devices, like the Bamboo and now also the Ginkgo, are suitable for this. Our experience is that children get so curious to hear all the plants. They run around to hear the songs of plants they are usually surrounded by to discover this hidden reality they normally forget to pay attention to.


Plants’ Music for Education

Examples of activities with the plants and the Music of the Plants – technology are: listening in your school garden to all plants you’d like to get to know better, including the plants in your classroom in the morning greeting ritual with song and listening to each other. Other activities are storytelling about plants under a tree (or inside) with an integration of plant music, or making a piece of art yourself as a gift to a plant of your choosing.


See some examples of projects done by Zigola Pioppo, singer and researcher.

See our blog article of the school project:

Tomas and the Flower Telephone – school project

Also some further project of Zigola related to interactive music theatre for children.


In the current children’s literature, music and theater we find more often humans and animals as main characters who experience adventures with whom the children learn to relate to. What about plants?

As science is teaching us in the last decades, plants are intelligent and have senses like we do. Plants can feel and interact with each other and their environment. The music of the plants inspires also artists and musicians to work with plants as protagonists. If you are interested for your school to work with activities with plant music, we are happy to go create a program together, suitable for your specific school or project!


Proposals for educational activities

Here we list some examples of possible activities:


  • A workshop: learning to play music with plants! Children can bring their instrument, but also children who don’t play an instrument yet, can join with their voice or instruments that the teacher of the workshop supplies.


  • School program: A description for teachers and students with with many different activities for children from pre-school till high school. A project of a duration of a day, a week or a month, dedicated to friendship with the plants!


  • Concert: Book a concert with the plants for your school, or for several schools together, by professional musicians who play with plants and trees, also your school plants!


  • Explore your school garden! Go for a walk in the school garden and get to know your plants better. You can be guided by a specialist, or follow a teachers instruction that explains how you can guide your class in a musical discovery with the plants.


  • Storytelling and art activity: Invite a musician and a singer / storyteller to perform at your school or a theater near you with a show about friendship with the plant world and live music of flowers (for children between 4 and 9 years old)


For more information, contact us at info@musicoftheplants.com

Ginkgo helps blind people practice yoga

I am Tiziana Siviero, I am 52 years old and I have been practicing yoga since I was 8 years old.

I am a lucky woman: I teach yoga to the blind and visually impaired.
I am a lucky woman because in this life I received a beautiful gift: being born healthy and sighted to a visually impaired mother. No, this is not a provocation, nor is it an exercise in petty gratitude.
I don’t think I would have gone so far as to study and create my own method of teaching yoga to the visually impaired from another life experience.

My adventure as yoga teacher for blind

My world and my venture, Yogabar ( www.yoga-bar.it) brings to the world of yoga, loud and clear, the sense of inclusion, starting with including the visually impaired.
My mother, who saw the world primarily through smell, touch and hearing taught me the pleasure of knowing through the senses. Growing up with her got me accustomed to describing, closing my eyes, and hearing: thus the Yoga classes were born, inclusive and accessible.

Accompany yoga with the right music

Yoga classes to be practiced while listening, inclusive to disability visual. Yoga classes with a precise narrative. The sound carpet that accompanies these classes is important. It must help, not hinder. It must be present as a sensory stimulus, but not be preponderant.
For a long time I have searched for the right “music” without finding it.
I searched a lot, but no music was really good. Whatever music I chose interfered, took up space.

How to use Music of the Plants for a yoga class

Then I discovered the Music of Plants and everything took shape in a more harmonious way.
I have been using it for a few years now for practice with the blind and thus discovered the perfect sound carpet for my classes.
Using music of the plants in practice with the blind has been a beautiful discovery. An experiment daily.
The plants I use for yoga and meditation communicate in a surprising way: they follow the rhythm of the practice and match to the mood of the group.

The same thing is not replicated in the same way with the people they see and this is something that acquiring is important.
I have an impression, which gradually becomes a certainty: the plants and the world of the blind have much to say to each other.
When I teach a group that includes people who are blind and visually impaired, I perceive the music of plants as a outstretched hand, a help that from the plant world comes to us, a group that does not see but hears in a different way and I would like to say, more intense.

Advantages to use Music of the Plants during yoga practice

There is silence when needed, liveliness when needed. Plants adapt and create. As a professionist, I couldn’t find music that suits the practice better: I don’t need to worry about rhythm or connect to technology. The music goes by itself and is always right. Simply the sound follows the flow of our group energy. I find that extraordinary.

We come to the instrument I use, Bamboo M: fantastic for me, not suitable for the blind because it is not accessible, because it has no sound signals or raised buttons. When I bought it years ago and had blind people try it, we said it was a shame.
So over the years, I brought this message and our experience to the folks at Music of the Plants, asking for a more accessible device that we could use with our eyes closed.
I thought the wish was left there…but NO.

Ginkgo: a gift at the summer solstice

This summer I organized an inclusive retreat for my students for the Summer Solstice in Damanhur in which a workshop dedicated to communication with the plant world was planned. The gentle and interesting workshop, curated by Terrier Kauri and Zigola Pioppo, had at its center a wonderful surprise: the totally unexpected and exciting presentation of a device accessible. Ginkgo had arrived, it was there for us to try for a preview!
We tested its accessibility “live” and it was an instant hit: beautiful! Ginkgo is accessible with eyes closed, easy to use: in short , perfect for us. We purchased it immediately on presale!
Receiving the gift of this accessible device during the seminar was a beautiful moment (I was moved!) and I believe it is the beginning of a new adventure.

Communication with the plant world for blind people

Horizons opening up for the exploration of  communication with the plant world with eyes closed.

I feel that the plant world sings more powerfully to the world of the blind: as if the ” plant deity” in its wisdom, feels and adapts to a sensory perception different from what we sighted people consider “normal.”
I hope and believe it can be the beginning of a journey of discovery: For as of today the Music of Plants, resonates not only in my studio to go to other homes scattered throughout Italy, but also “live” in the rooms of people who have purchased Ginkgo and who will connect to my classes, in a concert that unites us even more.

With Ginkgo, Music of the Plants also enters the homes of those who cannot see, and I believe the results will be surprising.
I am curious about the road we will travel, and happy about the journey.



Tiziana Siviero, yoga teacher. www.yoga-bar.it

A 200-year-old silver fir in the Lesachtal mountains playing piano

Music of plants – the pianist: a 200-year-old silver fir in the Lesachtal mountains in Austria.


Clouds of mist drift past and over a 200-year-old silver fir at 1600 m above sea level. A cow shakes its head. Its bell sounds, muffled by the rain-soaked air, horses graze behind it. Under the silver fir stands in the soft wet grass a brand-new grand piano, playing music as if by itself!

(The silver fir improvicing on it’s own)

7306 Silver Fir playing on piano Music of the plants long

Music of the plants – a new world of communication between plants and people is opening up.

Dr. Georg Lexer, founder of the first holistic surgery clinic in Austria in the 1990s, organised budget, alpine pasture, grand piano and film team to make this project possible. Our team around Prof. Maximilian Moser was on an alp in the Lesach Valley last week for filming with the ORF, where this fairytale film was made.


There, an ancient silver fir awaits us, its blackened trunk bearing witness to lightning strikes it has survived, but still sprouting vigorously green.

Bamboo, a small box that converts the oscillating resistance changes in the tree into sounding musical tones and MIDI signals, helped us realise our project: a piano concert on a mountain pasture, played by a fully grown tree.


To make the interaction between man and plant even clearer, we invited several musicians and an artist who improvised to the sounds of the tree, read or pre-set pieces to which the tree improvised:

Dr Franz Inzko is a medical doctor and musician.

Maria Brunner is a professional violinist and church music director in Innsbruck,

Christian Michael, came directly from the Salzburg Festival, where he had sung in „Aida“ the night before,

and our multi-talented narrator Catharina Roland, who also makes award-winning films (“Awake”) and plays a leading role in a network for the foundation of a new, peaceful society.


For further details contact the Human Research Institute: office@humanresearch.at, www.humanresearch.at

Prof. Maximilian Moser, director of Human Research Institute

His Bibliography:

Chronobiologie und Chronomedizin, (together with G.Hildebrandt and M. Lehofer) 2013;

Ital. „Chronobiologia e Chronomedicina“, Amazon, 2021

span. „Chronobiologia y Chronomedicina“, Amazon, 2021

japanese and russian translations available

Vom richtigen Umgang mit der Zeit, Ullstein, 2013;

lithuian and korean translations available

Die sanfte Medizin der Bäume (together with E. Thoma) , 2014;

Das Geheimnis der Zirbe – Gesund im Schlaf, Servus 2015

Wachsen am Widerstand – Adaptive Resilienz, 2015;

Die Kraft der Zirbe, Servus 2018

Kerngesund, Servus 2020

Waldeskind, Servus 2022

(engl. Forest Children, amazon, 2022)


Allô, la Terre? – The Earth Telephone

Since many years I’m an adept of the Music of the Plants. Thanks to having experienced the music of the plants, my perception of plants and trees has completely changed. It was as if a switch got turned on. My awareness that all plants are intelligent and are constantly aware of my presence, thoughts and feelings was switched OFF before. And then, that day I first sang with a Spider plant and her music…click… it switched ON. This moment has led me to becoming a student and teacher of plant communication, a singer who sings with plants rather than ‘just’ humans, an energy healer collaborating with plants and their music and probably most importantly it has brought me ‘home’ to my kin.. our kin, our plant brothers, sisters and ancestors.

This is why I am driven to come up with ever new ways of passing this gift to others. My last escapade is called ‘The Earth Telephone’: a sound-art installation that facilitates a conversation with nature. It’s designed with icons to invite you to start your call with the Earth by making an offer to nature, with dial buttons that remind you to activate your own senses and a telephone receiver through which you hear the music of a tree (facilitated by the Bamboo), which functions as the antenna for the Earth.

I made this installation for a special event in Paris in the beginning of June 2022, in which an idealistic economist came on foot with a wheelbarrow – filled with earth from the Netherlands – to the head-quarters of the UNESCO in Paris, to propose to put the Earth on the World Heritage List. He came to inspire the world to give the Earth back to the Earth (www.wheelbarrow-walk.com). I decided to create an event in the heart of Paris to ask people to dwell a moment upon their relationship with the Earth. A moment to realise what you would like to say to the Earth and a moment to listen what Earth is saying to you.

The reactions of people were touching, moving, beautiful and just what I had expected. Some people had tears in their eyes just by seeing the installation and its purpose, especially when I explained that we should give something first, before asking something from the Earth. Other people took the receiver apparently without many expectations and were visibly struck, moved, touched.. it was as if I could see people being switched ON. Of course some people I met were already switched ON. Mainly children who picked up the phone and spoke to the Earth as if speaking to a dear friend ‘Allô la Terre, ça va?’ One woman looked surprised and said: ‘If I want to speak with Earth, I can just go there and lie on the grass, I don’t need a phone for that!’ Of course the ‘Earth Telephone’ is a ‘joke’, a symbol, to remind people to play, to be open, to stand still for a moment. Just in case we have forgotten, or perhaps have never consciously started doing so.


For more information on the project Earth Telephone, see www.voiceandplantmusic.com


Zigola Pioppo – singer and researcher


Tomas and the Flower Telephone – school project

We all know that children more easily relate to the plants, trees and all that lives in nature than grown-ups. All of us have learned to question at some point in our lives wether things were ‘real’ or ‘imagination’. Many of us are now trying to un-learn this bad habit of questioning our perceptions. For this reason I started working on a project for schools with the Music of the Plants. For children of all ages. And it is striking that the older children don’t even believe that the music they hear is really created by plants. I have heard the older children say. ‘Yes, nice performance for the kids from the Kindergarten, but we know of course this is not true!’



And so it happend that Early June, 2022, I traveled to Paris for a project with the Music of the Plants (see also the blog ‘Allô, la Terre?). Through friends of my country of origin, The Netherlands, I connected to the Dutch School in Paris where we set up a presentation with music, storytelling and experience for about 100 children between 5 and 14 years old. Since ‘a device of the music of the plants’ isn’t really a catchy description that triggers the imagination and curiosity of young children, I used a different term: ‘Flower Telephone’. I wrote a story about Tomas and his reawakening abilities to communicate with plants, and I read them the story of ‘Tomas and the Flower Telephone’, with songs, images and of course: live flower music!

Magic happened. Or at least, we were all clearly testimonies of the hidden reality of plants that we – even plant intelligent ‘die-hards’- sometimes forget really exists. The flowers responded precisely on the children’s attention. At first the beautiful Cyclamen was a bit shy. When I explained the children that we should give something, before asking something from nature, they were all ready to sing a song for her. We sang the theme song of the story together and Cyclamen surprised the children with her – at first – careful song, which later developed in a melodic musical performance. Every now and then she paused, after which the children immediately said to each other to sing again, or clap their hands, or praise her beauty. Cyclamen responded every time again. Also the teachers were visibly put off guard.


‘I want a Flower Telephone!’ This is what one of the children kept on saying to her mum, I heard later, after the performance. Her mum hadn’t been present and of course she thought that a flower telephone was something like a phone case or a new marketing add for a smart phone.


I think that might be a way to go.. we can help reawakening our nature consciousness through learning from our children. And every now and then our children can use some help too, to not forget about what they already know.


For more information about school projects about nature intellgence and the project Tomas and the Flower telephone, see: www.voiceandplantmusic.com


Zigola Pioppo – singer and researcher


Global Tree Orienting Weekend: numbers of outstanding

155 events

16 countries

5 continents

12,371 oriented trees 


Wow, we did it!

An amazing global weekend of love and alignment between trees and humans. It is inspiring to see how many people all over the world, were out connecting with trees, opening hearts, expanding consciousness and creating more harmony. Please enjoy some of the photos from around the world by clicking on Gallery under the Events tab.

Here are just a few comments we received

“We had a beautiful event of tree orienting, 15 beautiful souls came, the trees were waiting for so long, old olive and oak trees in the holy area of Mt Carmel. It was so emotional, uplifting, cleansing , purifying and healing for both sides (people and trees). Feeling such peace, like after deep meditation. We said we will continue this once a month, open public event for tree lovers 🌳💚

“Today was really special. There’s a lot I can learn from being with others as inspired as I to work Co-creatively with nature and all the incredible diversity of species and beings we can connect with! It’s so fun to be in our joy together and do what feels magical and special and makes our hearts sing!”

The numbers of the global tree orienting weekend

Thank you also for sending in your reports so that we can forward them on to the Global Tree Network. We are still waiting for additional reports from Australia, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, and Zanzibar, but at this point our grand total of trees oriented during the GTOW is 12,371!!

Can you believe it?  Over twelve thousand trees were oriented in one weekend!! These events were also accompanied by many Music of the Plants machines that added another dimension and layer to our connection.

Australia – 71
Bulgaria – 1202
Canada – 40
Czech/German border – 110
France – 75
Germany – 195
Ireland – 55
Israel – 25
Italy – 467
Japan – 4238
Netherlands – 81
Norway – 3369
Spain – 18
Switzerland – 75
United States – 2338
Zanzibar – 2

We hope that this weekend has inspired you to continue to connect with and orient trees.

Thank you again for being part of this global weekend of exchange and expansion between trees and humanity. The trees are so happy!!

Mary, Bev, Anne, Rhonda – Global Tree Lovers
Lucertola – Global Tree Network
Terrier & Aninga – Music of the Plants

Guided meditation: “Contact with the Plant World” (ITA and ENG version)



Photos of the Global Tree Orienting Weekend

Here some of the many hundreds of pictures sent by partecipants worldwide.


Earth Day 2022: 3 special events in Palermo

3 Music of the Plants events in Palermo on the occasion of Earth Day on April 22, 2022 in the incredibly fascinating locations of Maredolce Castle and the Botanical Garden of Palermo. As special guests as many as 4 famous artists played with plants and entertained the audience.


Maredolce Castle – April 22, 2022 

Maredolce Castle is an Islamic-style building in Palermo that dates back to the 1200s.

Terrier Kauri, marketing and product development manager of Music of the Plants presented the project. Davide Signa, our Sicily liaison and agronomist, introduced the fascinating concept of plant intelligence and its impact on human life.

Lucina Lanzara, famous singer and musical experimenter entertained the audience with a touching improvised performance with a centuries-old olive tree.


Palermo Botanical Garden – April 23, 2022

The Palermo Botanical Garden is a established in 1789 that has more than 12,000 different species of plants.

Our Terrier introduced the project starting with the history of scientific research on plant intelligence.

Then he introduced Giovanni di Giandomenico, a pianist and composer from Palermo who created 4 wonderful improvised pieces with a young potted oak plant full of life.
Together they also did sound experimentation using synthesized sounds and instruments from Ableton, professional PC software.

Here a short video.


Palermo Botanical Garden – April 24, 2022

The Gymnasium building is the main body of the garden designed in the neoclassical style by French architect Léon Dufourny.
After a short and entertaining presentation of the first experiments on plant music in Damanhur in the early 1980s, no less than 3 outstanding artists followed, enrapturing the audience in the completely full h


Margherita Riotta sang by connecting to an oak tree in a sort of man/plant embrace that moved the audience almost to tears.

Tita e il canto fatato con la Pianta. Orto Botanico 24 aprile 2022 - Music of the plants


Then it was Valerio Milone’s turn with his Chinese gu-zheng and harmonic singing.


Finally Lucina Lanzara who involved the audience in a shamanic healing chant together with a harmonious sounding oak tree.

Lucina Lanzara canta al concerto intespecie Musica delle Piante - Orto Botanico di Palermo - 24 aprile 2022

One of the moments of greatest pathos was the final Quartet between the performers, Tita, Valerio, Lucina and the Oak plant.
It was, without fear of contradiction, one of the most powerful experiences we have ever had with plant music.


Here the video of the final Quartet.



Click here if you want to see the full video of the event.


Special thanks to:

  • Davide Signa (agronomist and responsible for Music of the Plants in Sicily)
  • Lucina Lanzara (singer – www.lucinalanzara.it
  • Giovanni di Giandomenico (pianist and composer)
  • Margherita Riotta – Tita (singer)
  • Valerio Milone (overtone singer and gu-zheng)


The first children’s book on Music of the Plants

Music of the Plants meets children with an extraordinary fairy tale written by Nandini Gosine Mayrhoo, writer and editor, living in Palm Beach, Florida.

She fell in love with plant’s music and she decided to communicate it to the world through this beautiful story available in our SHOP.

In the following article Nandini tells us about her project and her experience.

My experience with Music of the Plants

Several years ago I heard a strange music which touched me very deeply. I discovered that this music was being created by plants, through a device made in Damanhur.  I instinctively knew that plant music needed to be a part of my life. Since then I have been exploring ways of sharing the Music of the Plants with everyone I know.


A fairy tale about the wonder of Plant World

I thought of a children’s book as a means of encouraging children to experience the awe and wonder of the Music of the Plants, with the intention that they retain this awe and wonder into adulthood, becoming advocates and proponents for much needed change in how humanity perceives and treats the plant world.

I created nandī, a platform for reimagining how children are educated about nature. My book Nandi & The Music of the Plants is the first of an intended trilogy. In my follow up books I will be introducing indigenous cultures, indigenous wisdom and biomimicry to children.


Connection with the plants

No words can adequately describe how affected I was, and continue to be, by the Music of the Plants. It touches a part of me of which I was previously unaware, and which I am continuously exploring. I had never thought of connecting with and communicating with plants, and the Music of the Plants opened that wondrous door for me.

A book for children for the future of humanity

I want to share the Music of the Plants with everyone but I’ve written a children’s book as children are less conditioned by society’s expectations and are therefore naturally more open to ideas about which adults may remain skeptical. If humanity is to open its collective heart to communicating with the plant world, then the children of today lead the way for a more enlightened tomorrow.

It is my hope that through my stories, children will retain their natural connection to nature, creating new stories around the future of humanity on our precious Earth.


Nandini Gosine-Mayrhoo

(Freelance Writer, Ghostwriter and Editor)

My focus is helping spiritual entrepreneurs share their unique stories through books, blogs, articles and newsletters. See my independent writings in https://nandini1863.medium.com/

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