If you value trees, you better stop being ashamed that you connect with them, they comfort you, you perceive their wisdom and they are sentient beings. The lens of the human consciousness is so rigid and dense that unless you help people turn their lens by sharing what you are aware of, theirs will stay in a closed position.
TREES OF THE WORD BESEECH YOU
Sure technology could synthesize air. That is what many companies may wish. So if you are shy about what you know about trees and how they have assisted you to thrive, that experience could be lost to us all. It may have been hard to imagine a few short months ago. But NOW your awareness may be detrimental is saving our planet.
Humans are very selfish beings when their lens is closed. You have to make them want what you have. That is the key. Be vocal about the intangible relationship you have with trees.. So much so that it will catch on to those yet awakened. Trees matter. Trees have a dynamic presence, wisdom and individuality in each. Trees have kindness and compassion that many humans seem incapable of. The beautiful poetry I write is actually the transcribes of certain trees. Some are more poetic than others.
I don’t care who thinks this is silly. I care about those who will find courage to speak about their dynamics with trees. Before trees are exploited to extinction. It really is up to you in getting over your fear of seeming strange. This fear was a calculated tactic to keep people enslaved. Why is it such a bad thing to be a tree hugger?
I created the page Wisdom of the Trees as an interface between trees and man. It never caught on because the humans could not fathom it. I started it when I started a forest in my kitchen and the trees and the saplings told me many things because of my efforts. They were excited when humans got social media because humans could finally understand how they communicate. It is similar to the computer as through their root systems.
But as humans upgrade in their abilities, they entrench in their ignorance They are afraid of evolving beyond their comfort zone so the hold on to old ideas and ideologies. One of them is that trees are lifeless beings. Another is; that it is dangerous to acknowledge trees. Yet one more that seems irrelevant to this topic but is not, is reincarnation.
Humans carry in their DNA memories of their past lives. It is imprinted on the fetus that they will become and creates the background story of each baby that is born. That is why babies are so different. Some are born sickly, some are gifted. Many are in the average range. The experiences that a person has are influenced by the imprint on their DNA of past lives. It is why some children are so devastatingly more different from their parents or why an adopted baby gets exactly the right parents for them. The past lives create the framework for this life.
People think that DNA is set in stone. But this is not true. It is a fluid system as well. Imprints can be dented out. Some people can evolve quicker or break out of their framed experiences the more they think for themselves, are positive and go off autopilot. This actually changes their genetic propensity. Genetic diseases are the opposite of positive. They are merely an emotional issue that gets stored in the DNA and is then passed down to the baby.
These issues can be released in hindsight and the genetic diseases can clear up. Technology probably already has an understanding of this. But along with fossil fuel, and a belief in just one life time, we are shackled to these issues for someone to make a profit and to control the masses. So sustainable energy, alternative healing practices and the concept of reincarnation are all demonized for the benefit of control. It is up to the individuals to challenge such things so a tipping point can happen in the course of humanity and we can transcend the ridiculousness. Even Jesus talked about reincarnation way back then.
The primal fear in standing up for trees comes from an era when the druids and pagans communicated with trees and had a deep interconnection with them. These peaceful people were lumped into one group with barbarians who plundered the land. It was an easy genocide for those who were killing in the name of God to get rid of pagans.
This is where so much hesitance comes in about not challenging someone’s religious beliefs. It is not always respect but fear. One may fear speaking their truth if they hold the memory of being tortured and killed as a heretic for not following Jesus Christ and for loving trees. Also those who were on the side of the genocide, may have an aversion to alternative practices because it triggers in them, that primal hate of pagans.
When someone calls someone a tree hugger, they are poking a stick at this past life wound of being a peaceful tree lover. They were really so easy to kill off. It made ruthless men feel empowered at its ease. That ruthless power comes to the surface still when they mock someone for being a tree hugger. They are basically saying, “We killed you in the past for talking to trees. We will do it again”.
So these fears of talking to trees is earned honestly. So is the ruthless mocking of what one does not understand. Both sides have painful pasts to tend with if we ever do acknowledge such things. Perhaps the drive to stay in denial about one’s own actions makes it easier to not acknowledge reincarnation. Everyone wants to be the innocent. With the concept of one life securely in place, no one ever has to be held accountable for how their past transgressions led to the current state of the world.
But for those of us who believe that the world is worth saving, we will do what ever we can do to awaken the masses. Maybe by stepping out of our comfort one and admitting our special relationship with trees, we will be healing an old wound and overcoming an ancient fear. Perhaps by simply being present in our own understanding of truth, we will help sway public understanding of trees, natural healing and reincarnation. Perhaps in this way, we can all consider ourselves world saviors.