Tree Whispers

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Are the trees talking to you?

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Mrill Ingram

Well, maybe. But we know for sure they are communicating with each other.

“Ever been in a forest and thought you heard whispering? Maybe it wasn’t in your head.”

This is Suzanne. (See Pic here) She studies tree “networks.”

She has found vast underground tree root systems that are kind of like giant brains.

Like the neurons in our own brains, trees send messages via their roots. So when you walk into a forest, it’s likely that all the trees are networked with each other, including other species of tree, as far as you can see.

In fact, she says that trees aren’t only communicating, but are also sending resources back and forth to help out other trees — even if they are a different kind of tree.

So, this might be a Douglas fir sending a little carbon love…

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Sindy was ordained as a minister at The Church of Inner Light in Los Angeles, California in 1992. She is educated in a wide array of spiritual disciplines and alternative healing modalities, certified Medical Qi Gong Practitioner at the Healing Qi Institute in Los Angeles California. The Reverend Simms also studied shamanistic healing; Kabbalah, revolutionary psychology of Gnosis, Zen meditation as well as other esoteric studies. I have broad interest, so please check out my other blogs. Much love, Sindy
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