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Title: the trees
Post by: tides2dust on Jun 29, 2010 09:07 pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ji8iYgLx8G0

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Title: Re: the trees
Post by: flying squirrel on Jul 16, 2010 06:46 pm
hey moose !  8)

can't see the forest for the trees !

seriously, just see red X

ps I love Nature too !


Title: Re: the trees
Post by: Angel Tnk on Jul 17, 2010 01:22 am
Thank you for showing this Mo, I really love trees!!
I heard a scientist a few years ago say that the DNA makeup of a tree is almost EXACTLY like ours, except for the features like our eyes and so on, we are almost the SAME!! The next time you see a tree, know that we are form the same universe and thoughts!!


Title: Re: the trees
Post by: flying squirrel on Jul 19, 2010 10:57 am
The next time you see a tree, know that we are form the same universe and thoughts!!

hey Tnk !  8)

Kool idea, one with the trees ! Always did feel a connection there ;D



Title: Re: the trees
Post by: Angel Tnk on Jul 19, 2010 02:37 pm
The next time you see a tree, know that we are form the same universe and thoughts!!

hey Tnk !  8)

Kool idea, one with the trees ! Always did feel a connection there ;D



I think they are very special Angels. When your walking and it starts to rain really bad, what do you look for? When you need shade from the hot sun, who do you find to protect you? When you need some one to scratch your back or spend time to read a book, who is there!! An Apple that saves us and gives us food does not grow on the ground. When we breath in oxygen, where did it come from? A tree is life!  ;D


Title: Re: the trees
Post by: flying squirrel on Jul 19, 2010 03:46 pm
quite right, " a tree is life " !  8)  Angels of the forest !


Title: Re: the trees
Post by: tides2dust on Aug 21, 2012 05:47 am
http://www.whats-your-sign.com/tree-symbolism.html
(http://www.whats-your-sign.com/images/TreeSymbolism.jpg)
Tree symbolism goes far beyond memorizing cultural details of a species in history. It goes beyond knowing the healing properties of a tree, or its elemental correspondences, or its mythological associations. These are all cerebral details – certainly valid to our exploratory efforts – but these details alone do not nurture our true development.

Trees invite us to absorb their essence entirely, and we do this by tapping into their infinite branches of energies. Tree symbolism is a way of classifying, identifying and organizing the array of energetic knowledge they contain and incorporating this array in our daily life.

So why should we want to know more about tree symbolism? Why would we want to psychically consume (effectually being consumed by) these magnificent entities?

Our collective human intuition is beginning to touch this understanding: “To know something is also to join with it.” And, to join with a thing causes entanglement with it.

Effectually, to connect with something on various levels is to create a new thread of creation in our own lives. The process of learning and connecting with trees (or anything else for that matter) insures our longevity and places us in a position of higher vision.

What nourishes (and sustains) our development is unifying our energetic resonance with a our desired objective attention. In this case, allowing the energetic resonance of trees to engage us wholly will always lead to supernatural self-growth.

And so, the earlier posed question “why would we want to know more about trees and their symbolic meanings?” launches answers such as:

    To ride on divinely surging energy channels that underscores our existence.
    To revel in the connection of our true identity.
    To gain the highest perspective available to all our senses.
    To tap into a powerful inner resource in a profound, loving way.

Trees are uniquely dispositioned for bestowing secret knowledge. Trees are vessels, containing strata of revolutionary wisdom. Their fruits are indeed a royal treasure – a culmination of esoteric riches.

To eat of this fruit is divine. To symbolically eat of the fruit of a tree is to absorb the most precious understandings of life. Taking in the tree symbolism is like taking the nourishment of the fruit – we become one with the core manifestational wisdom, and from our new perspective we develop into something altogether different, fresh and divine.

When delving into the nuances of tree symbolism, our resources are vast. There is no limit to the psychic data we may accumulate for the purpose of diving deeper into the understanding of the symbolic meanings of trees.

Undertaking the priviledge of discovering tree symbolism, we can step into our journey using four basic navigations. Using the following perspectives as corner stones to deeper insight, we fall more deeply in love with the divine prime root of all things.
(http://www.whats-your-sign.com/images/TreeSymbolismCultural.jpg)
tree symbolism from a cultural/historcal perspectiveCultural/Historic Perspectives of Trees:
This is the aspect mentioned in the first paragraph of this page. Although not the primary goal, knowing ancient peoples thought/ideas (myth, uses, lore, superstitions) about trees is nonetheless important in rounding out our perceptions.










(http://www.whats-your-sign.com/images/TreeSymbolismBiological.jpg)
tree symbolism from a biological perspectiveBiological Functions of Trees:
By learning how trees are born, how they live, die, grow, reproduce, sustain, evolve, protect, and develop themselves on a biological level we begin to see correlations between the perfection of Nature’s design and our own lives. By drawing these correlations, we begin to bridge the gap between the mundane to the level of true magic.








(http://www.whats-your-sign.com/images/TreeSymbolismEnvironmental.jpg)
tree symbolism from an environmental perspectiveEnvironment of Trees:
By contemplating natural tree correspondences such as their affinity to air, water, fire, earth a whole new universe of understanding unfolds before us. Observing a tree’s interaction with environmental stimuli broadens our perceptions too. For example, certain trees attract (and sustain) entire populations of insects, birds, mammals, etc. By observing these relationships, we may more clearly define the relationships/associations in our own lives.







(http://www.whats-your-sign.com/images/TreeSymbolismEnergetic.jpg)
tree symbolism from an energetic or psychic perspectiveEnergetic Resonance of Trees:
This is our final rung in the ascending climb to unveil our highest understanding of trees (and life in general). Because of our energetic common denominators, we have the ability to manipulate our own predominant energetic vibration to match up with anything and everything we desire. It’s a profound concept. A concept that is not revealed by intellectual methods. Rather, we connect energetically by intuitive/psychic means. At the point where we successfully graft our own inner energies with that of a tree, we reach a zenith of understanding...obtaining an enlightenment of sorts.








The beauty of this process of understanding is that it is not reserved to trees. We can step upon these four cornerstones to know anything, and integrate ourselves to such a degree – we would have that enhanced perception with all life.

I use the example of trees because in my own experience, trees offer the most profound opportunity for inner-growth and clear psychic vision. They are endless in their capacity to share, they are outrageously generous. They are also archetypes of connectivity, and so their lessons are infinitely vital.

So, I invite you to follow your own impulses and tap the roots of your psychic potential by exploring the eternal world of tree symbolism.

To match your commitment, I will be posting more symbolic meanings of trees as time and inspiration permits.




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absolutely amazing !  :)


Title: Re: the trees
Post by: Steve Hydonus on Aug 21, 2012 12:24 pm
hello friend

I wish we could explore the meaning of trees
together sometime. I went to the redwoods
several times here in california.
they silenced me completely for two days.
you're interest in naturre  assures me that there
are genuine people out there still in a connection
Witth the tree spirits and the spiritual world in nature
scott and I had a taste of the trees several times 
we experienced trees together  in Tennessee
and California. I am just beginning to appreciate
what you have here. some people get so caught up
 in the living in the material existence they loose
touch completely with the spirit world in nature
that reminds us where has our friendly squirrel  gone?

Steve


Title: Re: the trees
Post by: flying squirrel on Aug 21, 2012 03:16 pm
Hey Steve and dragonpie !  8)

I am in heaven with this tree posting !  ;D

thanx dudes !


Title: Re: the trees
Post by: Steve Hydonus on Aug 21, 2012 06:17 pm
in california we have the uniqueness of the palm trees.
but I'm also surprised at how many pepper trees grow here.
there is 1 up at mount washington.  paramahansa yognanda
has said that if anyone meditates under this tree he would shower blessings on them.
when I have been in michigan I've always been intrigued by a the poplar tree.
It"s leaves  flicker in the sunlight and when the wind blows through themhave
you get a meditative state of relaxation just
being in their presence.

meditating under them is
again a soothing experie
nce many times i have
had the pleasure of doing this on the Lake Michigan dunes in
Michigan and Indiana.

there is nothing like listening  to the oceanic sound of the pines
in the mountains and I long to sit under an oak tree in michigan
again and meditate.states

the willow tree draws me very close to some
distant past memories. recently from time to
time I go to meditate under the old fig tree
the dates back almost 150 years. it is so large that a car
could drive thru it.

trees impart contemplative and meditative states.
They show that in stillness and silence there is
a remarkable resevoir of power  realization and life.



Title: Re: the trees
Post by: Steve Hydonus on Sep 02, 2012 11:27 am
The next time you see a tree, know that we are form the same universe and thoughts!!

hey Tnk !  8)

Kool idea, one with the trees ! Always did feel a connection there ;D



I think they are very special Angels. When your walking and it starts to rain really bad, what do you look for? When you need shade from the hot sun, who do you find to protect you? When you need some one to scratch your back or spend time to read a book, who is there!! An Apple that saves us and gives us food does not grow on the ground. When we breath in oxygen, where did it come from? A tree is life!  ;D

Hey angel tnk you bring a special appreciation to us.
We appreciate you and like the trees wbere do we go
without you and them?

Jitendra


Title: Re: the trees
Post by: flying squirrel on Sep 02, 2012 11:48 am
Hey Jitendra !  8)

I tnk Angel Tnk, has gone like the wind

drifting on the breeze

somewhere among the trees


Title: Re: the trees
Post by: Steve Hydonus on Sep 02, 2012 03:08 pm
Hey Jitendra !  8)

I tnk Angel Tnk, has gone like the wind

drifting on the breeze
 :-\
somewhere among the trees

is that  you squirrel? so many things in my life have 
vanished  that I often wonder if I'm a figment
of my own imagination. I can understand letting go
but sometimes I feel like I just lost another sock
or somebody changed me for dirty underwear.

 ???

have they gone  like the wind or are they just
dfrifting in the breeze? must I rely on squishdom
 for all my answers?   ;D


Title: Re: the trees
Post by: flying squirrel on Sep 02, 2012 06:39 pm
squishdom ?  HA HA !!  8) ;D

in the grand scheme of things, aren't we all just figments of our imagination ?

we could be here today, and gone the next  ;D

gone with the wind ? or drifting in the breeze ?
if I had a pendulum, I could answer

maybe I just need to swing from the treez ?  8)

on second thoughts... that doesn't work, tried that as a squirrelkin,
tried swinging , Mamma S. told me ... I wasn't a monkey !!  :o
I just act like one HA HA !! ;D 8)


Title: Re: the trees
Post by: Steve Hydonus on Sep 02, 2012 06:55 pm
squishdom ?  HA HA !!  8) ;D

in the grand scheme of things, aren't we all just figments of our imagination ?

we could be here today, and gone the next  ;D

gone with the wind ? or drifting in the breeze ?
if I had a pendulum, I could answer

maybe I just need to swing from the treez ?  8)

on second thoughts... that doesn't work, tried that as a squirrelkin,
 
tried swinging , Mamma S. told me ... I wasn't a monkey !!  :o
I just act like one HA HA !! ;D 8)


I know how you feel squirrel  once while
traveling thru the forest the great mother
squirrel told me; be careful about giving
a piece of your mind if you don't have any
left to give.


Title: Re: the trees
Post by: flying squirrel on Sep 02, 2012 07:42 pm

I know how you feel squirrel  once while
traveling thru the forest the great mother
squirrel told me; be careful about giving
a piece of your mind if you don't have any
left to give.

HA HA HA ! rolling on the ground with that one !  ;D ;D  8)


Title: Re: the trees
Post by: Steve Hydonus on Sep 06, 2012 08:27 am
i had time to sit down and watch the original video thank you. There is a lot to take in here. i have always wondered about trees. Perhaps i will never stop. Their smell and the peace they give when we sit under them and meditate. Their leaves provide such beauty and the wind that blows thru their leaves give us such pause for peace and reflection. It is something to always appreciate. They are also home to so many creatures that provide song (birds) and joy (squirrels) to us. If you are able to detect faries in there presence it is so beautiful. i hope to be more sensitive to their wealth. Paramahansa Yogananda talked of experiencing the sap moving in there branches and trunks when he was in a state of samadhi. i hope to go with you to the redwoods some day. i am certain it would make you quite happy.

Jitendra


Title: Re: the trees
Post by: Steve Hydonus on Jan 19, 2013 08:24 pm
Quote

You are funny. I meant poplar. Its a type of birch tree that grows a lot along Lake Michigan. The leaves flicker in the sunlite
or Moonlite as the wind blows thru them. Do people swim on the inland lakes? Wow i wonder if you can sit and meditate in
the caves?

Steve

LOL!! Sorry i don't know a lot about trees but think we have those kinds here! Yes people can swim on inland lakes we got some very nice beaches along the lake they are more beautiful in Bayfield! Sure you can mediate in the caves i would love to check this out one of these days!!

Thanks for sharing so much about the place u call home. My relationship with trees began with the Weeping Willow. It brings back some kind of recollection. Perhaps form a past life living in the south. Regardless of what it is, u can sit comfortably under the huge trunk of an Oak Tree and meditate in the midwest. Paramahasa blessed a Pepper Tree at Mount Washington in L.A. i have had some nice meditations there. i was silenced for almost two days in the Redwood trees of Northeren California and now i spend quite an amount of time under the Salt Cedar trees that reside in the California and Nevada deserts. The Poplar is a tree i remember from the beaches of Michigan. There r places where i go with a friend of mine who also meditates and we have had wonderful expereinces meditating under the poplar trees.

Steve