Trees and collective consciousness

Trees and collective consciousness

Today, during my early morning walk around the city, I greeted an ancient tree that stands near my home. I whisper in thoughts to my friend while embracing her with light: “Tell all other trees in the world that I love them“. A couple of hours later, I received a phone call from a close relative living in another town. After her initial greeting, she said to me: “The trees in the garden sent you lots of kisses“. I was astonished with what she just said. Can you believe? She literally said: “The trees in the garden (of another city) sent you lots of kisses“. Those are trees in the garden I use to play as a child and that I visit every time I go there to visit my family. They are ancient, enormous trees that I always recall with tenderness, and today, they provided me with the most invaluable birthday gift ever. They made me reflect on collective consciousness and on the importance of our thoughts as a way to connect us all, globally, beyond species. They reminded me of the old shamanic belief that “Everything is alive, has meaning and is inter-connected“. Much more connected than we will ever realize, I would say. They also reminded me how they are our helpers in bringing light upon our World. To all my friends all around the world lots of love, hugs and kisses. Together we are awakening the New Earth.

9 thoughts on “Trees and collective consciousness

  1. Oh dear Susana! What a lovely blog you have! Every word you say resonates with me deeply! I love this beautiful post. Just recently reading “The druids blog” I realized that trees have faces, and after reading that I told my husband, and we can see every tree in such a different way, they may have an eye, or a whole face or even many faces (apparently these are the more talkative ones, and if their faces are closer to our reach they are more approachable than others who may be more aloof, as with humans they also have different personalities, while they are all united by their roots. A whole new world opens up when we open to communicate with Nature! Thank you for your beautiful and inspirational message ❤
    Sending light and love your way, Amira ❤

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    1. Dear Amira, thank you for your loving words and for sharing your insights/realizations regarding trees. They are precious to see and part of the reason I am here on Earth. Because nothing happens by chance, my today’s blog post is related to them – City gardens are spiritually relevant. I love to honor them as a grateful tribute for so much they provide us with, more than we will ever realize!
      Blessings of love and light directly to your heart. Susana.

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  2. I love this wonderful confirmation of collective consciousness. I am always blessing and thanking trees when out walking or driving, and although I know they are connected I never thought to ask them to pass it on. So thank you for sharing your beautiful story.
    Love, Light & Blessings ❤
    Trina

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    1. I just love to know there are more like me, talking-to-trees people around. We will never truly realize how much difference we make upon the earth on our times. Thank you for passing by. I am grateful for your passing by. With light blessings, Susana.

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  3. This is such a beautiful post. i hug trees too when i go walking and sometimes i tell them an issue or ask them for advice — and they answer with gentle wisdom. Feel so blessed and happy to connect, with you, trees and love. 🙂

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    1. Thank you dear like-to-hug-trees fellow, I simply love when others share they love and relationship with trees. It seems that there are a lot of us out there… The tribe is immense… that brings me immense delight. We are so blessed for consciously share our lives and hugs with such amazing and wise beings. In the light, with love, S*

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