Entering the aura of a tree is felt like entering an invisible chamber of deep peace. In their vicinity, the silence from beyond is absorbed within, touching the deepest center of our being. It’s a calming, smoothing experience that dwells us in instant well-being, raising our vibration and expanding our awareness towards a higher state of being. I just love to pass by a tree (even if in the city) and to feel their embrace of silence and peace. They naturally draw my attention (even when I am distracted), calling me silently into the spiritual essence of/in All-that-is.
Within their aura, we can hear their stories, their messages and their wisdom. In their intimate space, we can feel the sacredness residing within. In their presence, we are reminded of our greatness and the greatness of all life. Trees are great teachers and special friends for our spiritual journey. They have been praised and recognized as special sentient beings with many relevant spiritual facts reported on their surroundings. Buddha’s enlightenment below a bodhi tree, or the appearance of Our Lady of Fatima near a great oak tree, are some examples of this. Their presence naturally invokes the holiness permeating All-that-is.
Sometimes I ask them about their age (there are some millenary friends around!), other times they simply drop their messages spontaneously. I enjoy embracing them as my peers, and often, I ask them to tell all other trees in the world that I love them all. In response, I see/feel a global embrace of love spreading all over the Earth through their infinite root web. It seems they have a sense of global awareness and inter-connectivity, something we are just now becoming aware of it once again. Our long-term forgetfulness took us through the illusionary road of separation. As guardians of unity, trees seem to be silently assisting us to remember/recapture the sense of ONENESS, the ultimate lesson to embody/master before global ascension.
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