Episode from the podcastWalking the Shadowlands

Music Of The Plants - Part Two

Released Monday, 19th August 2019
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In the first part of Music of the plants, my guest Gary Cook answered a question a member of my  Walking the Shadowlands Facebook group had for him about the Patupaiarehe,  (the New Zealand fairy folk), from  his previous appearance on the podcast. Then he took us on a gentle  stroll, talking about the wonderful world of the plants, and trees  around us.
He talked about ‘Tree Blindness’, what that is, and how the  term came about. He talked about  tree energies and how  they worked together, to both support each other, and humanity as a  whole. We also had snippets of beautiful, and sort of haunting music a  tangelo tree, and a pounamu or New Zealand greenstone, created. Yes, you  heard that correctly. That they created. . . .
In this episode we conclude our discussion with Gary explaining about music of the plants. How this music is obtained from them, and how the specific electrical technology came about, to be able to do so. He also shares snippets of music created by these plants and shows an example of how they respond to music being played to them, but creating matching harmonies.

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