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Fill Your Holidays with Plant Music!

As a token of appreciation for all your support, Lavender and Nu-Mex Twilight composed this small song for you.

Our small staff has been so overwhelmed by the amount of positive feedback about the Music of the Plants that we have not been able to properly communicate what is happening here in MotP headquarters—and there is so much to tell!

This year, we have been heads down on research and development. In the coming months, we hope to share exciting news about next generation devices, research around the world on the effects of plant music and new plant perception discoveries from music composed by plants.

Today, the best way to keep up to date about what is happening with the Music of the Plants is to follow our Facebook page and Youtube channel. We invite you to post videos, photos, audio and stories about your experiences for everyone to see. This is the best place to ask questions and look for research collaborators, as well.

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Musical Dialogues of the Third Kind

Music has the ability to open many gates of communication, and we know this very well.

It makes us dream; it evokes feelings and different kinds of states in us; it heals; it lets us express ourselves.

As a Musician and Sound Healer, I know this aspects of music very well. But what I have come to know through my experience with the Music of the Plants has more to do with myself and my ability to listen. When one engages in a musical dialogue with a plant, one enters a different level of awareness. Or should I say, “one should enter” for the dialogue to even take place.

I have improvised music countless times in my life, alone and with other musicians. I am far too used to the human response—to a call or to respond in a human way to a call. But when I sit close to a plant with one of my instruments, my experience in this regard are not really useful. With a plant, I need to allow myself to slow down, first of all in my mind, and sink deeper. So many aspects of a plant’s life happen on a different time scale.

When I am sitting there, I need to open a different space to allow myself to perceive the interaction. And when the signal comes, it often comes in a different way than I expected. If I am not fully present and attentive I will miss it. I will miss the opportunity to learn more about communication, more about life.

And when I do catch that moment, then I feel very grateful for everything I can learn in that glimpse of deeper connection.

Simone Vitale

For more information about Simone and his work, check out Sound of Golden Light.

 

Testimonials: Plant Music Accelerates Healing!

Centrum voor evolugrafie (Belgium) is a centre that works with different techniques to help you to re-adapt on physical, emotional and mental levels. During the sessions, you learn to go out of your comfort zone and break with your ill-making habits which are manifested through your thoughts. Bellaret recently started using the Music of the Plants in their sessions and are extremely excited about the results:

Testimonial 1: L.B., Belgian, 43 years, administrative, diagnosis: diverticulitis (inflammation of the intestinal wall).

“2 years ago I had severe stomach aches. I was hospitalized and diagnosed with diverticulitis (inflammation of the intestinal wall). After being discharged from the hospital, the pain was better, but not all gone.

“At the end of 2015, we sold our house and renovated a new house, at the same time, I started to doubt my job. This gave me a lot of stress and my abdominal pain became worse. During my sleep, I woke up from the pain. After this, I started treatment at Centrum voor evolugrafie with Lorraine, who uses the Music of the Plants.

“After the first session, I already felt more relaxed. The third session made me feel so good, that I could make a decision about my new professional career. My conversation with the director went quietly and calmly, something I could never imagined I would ever be doing! Pain in my stomach has been disappeared completely and I am feeling totally relaxed today.”

Testimonial 2: CS, Belgian, 26 years old, diagnosis: diplegie (sided paralysis of the legs).

At the start of the treatment at Centrum voor Evolugrafie, CS was walking with 2 crutches and both of his legs in walking braces. As of today he only needs a walking cane!

“Music of the plants brings an atmosphere of tranquility. After the second session with the music, I felt vibrations in my upper legs. In the following session, I felt the vibrations through both legs full, up in to my toes. My legs are more flexible and I can walk better. When the music is louder, I feel the vibrations more in my legs. In this way, my walking pattern improves very fast.

“After my first week of treatment with Music of Plants is finished and I feel myself more flexible and reborn in such a short time. The more I go on, the more I believe that everything is getting better!”

Have you used the Music of the Plants in healing? Tell us your story!
 

Marina uses plant music to teach children about wild plants

“I recently completed a project in a primary school in county Galway, Ireland, where I came in about once a week to teach a class of 27 six-year-old children about wild plants and trees. Each one of my visits lasted about three hours, during which the children got to know a particular wild plant, through storytelling, drawing and other activities. The teacher of the class has a lovely way of working with children, and was very open and supportive of these workshops, it was a blessing to work with her. As part of my workshops I often brought in the Music of the Plants machine. It was wonderful to see how listening to a plant sing helped the children connect with the plant.

“One of my workshops was about Dandelion. I told the children about the plant, read them a story about Dandelion, we went outside and met many young Dandelions, and made wishes as we blew on Dandelion “clocks”. All the while, the Dandelion that I brought in with me in a pot was connected to the Music of the Plants machine, but was singing very little, and then stopped. This Dandelion grew from a seed that I had collected last April during a visit to Damanhur with my herbal medicine teacher, Carole Guyett.

“As we sat in a circle around the plant, I explained to the children how plants breathe in the air that we breathe out, and how they make the oxygen for us to breathe, and how this is a continuous exchange between us and the plants, including Dandelion. We then did some breathing with Dandelion, breathing in what he was sending us, while sending him good wishes with every out breath. As the children breathed with Dandelion in this manner, the plant started singing… and continued singing beautifully.

“The children decided they could talk to Dandelion, by asking him questions and then interpreting his answers that he sang through the machine. It was a beautiful session of questions and answers. The girls wanted to feed Dandelion by giving him water. And at the end of the workshop, many children thanked Dandelion for his beautiful music, and some came up and kissed his leaves. It was beautiful to witness.”

Marina L. Levitina

 

For more information about the Music of the Plants in Ireland, contact or visit Derrynagittah.

 

Listen to Semah and Brigid’s first plant duet

This is a duet between the tobacco plant, Semah, and echinacea plant, Brigid from Anne Elliot in New Zealand. Although they live together, and no doubt communicate between each other, this is the first time they’ve been connected to Pan (Anne’s Music of the Plants device) and a second device so we can hear how they sing together. Don’t you just love how they change the lead over—it’s like they’re dancing!

A Birch tree in the Twilight Zone

I had just connected my first young birch tree to the device and I was playing some cords. I found out a series of cords that the birch tree would easily follow. I was puzzling in my mind with songs I knew, trying to find out a song the tree would be able follow. Very soon I thought of Twilight Zone by Golden Earring. If I would play it 1 tone higher then the original song key, it would match the cords the plant knew. I sang it an octave lower and this was the result that came within minutes:


This record was made just before the tree dropped his leaves. It takes some patience, and many cold days and nights, before I can try again and make a better version of this….
But making music with plants, to me, is a new world opening up. It resonates with the definition of Twilight Zone, as defined by Rod Serling,

You unlock this door with the key of imagination. Beyond it is another dimension, a dimension of sound, a dimension of sight, a dimension of mind. You’re moving into a land of both shadow and substance, of things and ideas. You’ve crossed over into the Twilight zone.

Hope to be able to come up with some new and better recordings this summer… Marcel Bakker, Netherlands

 

Guided by Trillium

When people discover that you can communicate with Plants, there are several common reactions. The first is denial, they think you are making it up. The second is awe. Sometimes the awe leads them to think that I have super powers and suddenly all must go well in my life. 🙂 Instead, communicating with the Plants is an experience of humility and humor. My recent encounter at a local Wildflower Preserve, Shenk’s Ferry is a good example.

I had gone there hoping to make some Essences. I soon discovered Trillium beginning to emerge from the ground, leaves still tucked in tight. I kept hoping that I would find some blossoming. As I walked further, I found buds, and then … Blossoms!! Oh my Heart!!

I have been chasing Trillium for years wanting to make an Essence, only to miss the Blooms – too early, too late or to discover her but not have my equipment with me. After spending time with her, I connected Trillium to the Music of the Plants and then set up an Essence. She didn’t want to play any music, so I continued to enjoy sitting with her. I kept feeling her push me away and tell me to “Go on!” I didn’t want to leave the Essence there because it was out in the open. However, I finally listened.

A little while later, I understood her urging. For she sent me to Dutchman’s Breeches. Or as I like to consider them, Faerie’s laundry. These quickly started singing (video below). And I did make an Essence with them. While I was listening, I laid down among the laundry (the whole woods were carpeted with them) and could feel the Faerie energy all around. I got a beautiful attunement and knew that I received the medicine that I was needing. While I was there, the Sun suddenly burst out, another surprising gift, for we were expected to have thunderstorms.

After spending a considerable amount of time there, I decided it was time to move on. I finished the Essence, gave my gratitude and headed back to the main trail, where I ran into an old friend. We had a fantastic discussion; however, I was anxious to get back to the Trillium. I stopped on my way to bottle the Trillium Essence only to discover that my bowl was gone! I looked all around and could not find it anywhere. I asked if I could make a quick Essence with her, but the answer was “No.”

I was disappointed, when suddenly something caught my eye. Here was Trout Lily blooming! (Another Plant whose essence I’ve been wanting to make for years.) I saw some of her leaves while I was walking earlier; however, her blossoms were not out yet. I did make an Essence with her! When I went to bottle the Essence, I discovered that while I had 3 bottles along, only 2 had the Brandy in it, so I really could only make 2 Essences.

While I did not get to make the Essence with Trillium, I felt very strongly that she was directing me that morning and helping me to do what was in my highest good instead of what my will was wanting. I did not see any other Trout Lily blooming on my way out, even though I know that the hillsides are full of her.

So you see, the Plants do give us gifts (and lessons) and sometimes these are completely different than what you think you will receive or are needing.

I’m excited to work with both Dutchman’s Breeches and Trout Lily. Part of my work with Dutchman’s Breeches was a agreement to return to Shenk’s Ferry and a commitment to work more deeply with the Faerie World. Hopefully, I will return soon and be able to make a Trillium Essence then!

 

Dutchman’s Breeches aka Faerie’s Laundry singing while their Essence is being made. Whenever possible, I like to have the Plant sing while making their Essence. I feel it adds another level and helps to activate the Essence even more. The bird songs significantly increased when Dutchman’s Breeches began to sing.

Posted by Brigid’s Way on Monday, April 4, 2016

 

Article, photo and video by Jen Frey of Brigid’s Way—authorized distributor in the United States of the Music of the Plants.

 

Snowdrop’s Medody

We have listened to our plants play music for the last 14 months.

Lone got the Music of The Plants CD produced at Damanhur as a birthday gift in August 2014. When we realized that the Music of the Plants was offered for sale, we bought one in January 2015, and started playing with potted plants in our home.

We soon discovered that the plants did not always play when we would like them to play, and that a plant playing at one time – later on the same day, didn’t play right away when we wanted to share with some friends.

In our house, Lone cares for the plants and has “spoken” with them daily for decades. When we for the first time we invited a small group of friends to listen to the plants, it happened that Lone had to leave the room for a telephone call in another room. The plant stopped playing when she left the room and started playing again at the moment she returned.

Often when playing for friends, we feel uplifted afterwards and the atmosphere of the room is felt as newly cleansed.

Using the software “Score Cloud” it has been possible to score the songs and play them with different instruments. It would be exiting to have human musicians play the music composed by plants.

Recently we bought a rechargeable battery available for our device, which has given us a new freedom to play with plants and trees in nature. Our first try was with a Snowdrop plant in our garden. See the video and enjoy!

With Love
Lone & Peter Limkilde
Denmark

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.

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