© Paola Pierpaoli 2013
The voices of the spirits of nature collected by Paola Pierpaoli on walks in the area of Lake Bracciano (Rome).
The book is provided with images of anthropomorphic trees and drawings.
It’s suitable for adults and children as it can be read and seen as a fairy tale.
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Communicating with trees and the spirits of nature
The Song of My Descendants
by Gabriele D’Annunzio
My poems are the offspring
of the forest,
others of the waves,
others of the dust,
others of the Sun,
others of the western winds.
are as deep
as the roots of
others are as serene
as the Heavens,
passionate as the veins
prickly as thornbushes,
confused like confused
clear as mountain
trembling like the fronds
of the poplar,
flaired like the nostrils
of the horses
at full gallop,
fleeting as perfumes
virgins like the calyxes
nocturnal like the dew
of the Heavens,
as funereal as the asphodels
as flexible as the willows
of the pond
as gossamer as the thread
that between two stems
the spider has unfurled.
Of course, it’s easy for me to talk to plants, since my work as a channeler has brought me to communicate with the entire invisible world. But, I can assure you that with a little confidence in your ability to hear and with a lot of love, you too can start to receive their messages.
In order to have plants and trees speak to you, first of all they need to feel your respect and love. They have to feel your desire to communicate with them in order to know what they need and how to make them feel better. If they feel that you wish to work together for the welfare of their entire species and of all the species of plants and trees on Earth, they’ll be even more willing to give you information. In the beginning, plants and trees (especially trees) are wary of humans, because they’ve had to suffer a lot at the hands of man. But once they realize you’re a friend, they show a great desire to communicate, and are even thrilled by the possibility that some human being wants to be their spokesperson in the world.
So, approach a plant with love and respect. The first step in establishing a relationship can be to try to sense how much water the plant needs.
There is a game with tarot cards that I propose on my site. It asks one to mentally pose a question, and with eyes closed let the computer mouse move until feeling the urge to stop. The tarot card that the mouse lands on is the answer to the question. This is an exercise that works for everyone and that teaches us to trust our senses, among other things.
When you water a plant you should act the same way, that is, you should try to ‘sense’ when it’s time to stop watering: too little or too much water are both harmful to plants, and each plant has the ‘right’ dose of water that it needs. If, before starting to water a plant, you ask it out loud or mentally to ‘tell’ you when it’s received the right amount of water, your chances are better of giving it what it really needs. Once you’ve established this first relationship of trust, and over time you notice that you’ve ‘heard’ correctly that the amount of water that you’ve given to the plant was right, then you become friends. At this point you just have to get close to the plant and listen to the sensations you feel: those feelings will be its first messages. Over time the dialogue between you and the plant can become more specific: you can ask questions about their needs, for example, and listen to the feelings that come.
An indispensable condition for any communication with the angels of the earth (the devas of minerals, trees and animals), as well as with the Angels of Heaven (Angels, Archangels, Spirit Guides, Masters of Light), is to believe in them.
In the film Peter Pan directed by P.J. Hogan, there’s a scene where Tinkerbell the fairy dies because of the trickery of Captain Hook, and along with her all the other fairies die as well. The world becomes a sad and desolate place until Peter Pan begins to repeat this phrase like a mantra: “I believe in fairies.” The phrase is first heard at a subliminal level by the children associated with Peter Pan and Tinkerbell, and then also by adults who are part of the story.
When a good number of children and adults repeat the mantra, Tinkerbell wakes up from her deadly sleep, and along with her the rest of the fairy world awakens, and joy and light return to Earth. Fairy tales, rather than being primarily entertainment for children, actually conceal and contain profound experiences that have been had by human beings throughout the course of human history.
The second condition for communicating with devas and Beings of Light is to respect them, never forgetting to thank them for everything they do for Mother Earth and for human beings.
The third condition is to love them, and feel the desire to do something for them.
In all these cases we open our hearts to the Angels of Heaven and Earth, and they will respond to our call of love with the same love, revealing themselves.
When our heart chakra is truly open, we take part in the divine spirit that pervades all things, and at the level of divine spirit, human beings, devas and Beings of Light speak the same language and can understand each other.
When the heart chakra is truly open, any barrier put up by the human ego to separate itself from its peers and from the rest of creation disappears, and this is also an absolutely necessary prerequisite for communicating with devas and Beings of Light.
I explained in my book Iniziazione alla comunicazione con il mondo invisibile (Initiation to Communication with the Invisible World), the methods I use and suggest for this communication to happen.1
The first step is always to go through the heart to contact your Guardian Angel. Communication with devas and other Beings of Light is possible through the Guardian Angel, but the key is always to enter into the heart’s vibrations.
The verses that follow, by Giuseppe Ungaretti, describe well what happens to the human ego (the nomad of love in poetry) when you open yourself to communion with the beauty of nature:
The complexion of the sky
wakes up oases
to the nomad of love (2)
The model for me, and for the Beings of Light that inspire me, is always the culture of the American Indians, prior to the genocide carried out by the whites. Their communion with nature and the deep respect they had for other human beings as well as for all creation led them (since they weren’t vegetarians) to kill only the amount of bison strictly necessary. They didn’t waste anything from the bison itself, as every part of it was used to make objects and clothes. They also gave thanks each and every time a bison was killed, and killed it in the least painful way for the animal itself. They also provided first for the widows and the elderly of the community. These should be sources for reflection in Western society today, often vegetarian but without a sense of the sacred.
Indeed, nature spoke to the Indians and it was their friend. They loved and respected her, and were loved back. That’s why the American Indians saw that Heaven was on Earth, while the white man saw paradise in Heaven.
Regarding the possibility of a tsunami in the Mediterranean, the Beings of Light have said that Sardinia would be spared, since it was home to the ancient Nuragic civilization, whose members were ‘worshipers of water.’ They placed large containers of water at the center of their temples and their homes, and it was considered a sacred element. That’s also why the Beings of Light told my friend Paolo, who loves the sea in a very unique and sacred way, that he’d be safe in the event of a tsunami.
I hope this book will contribute in helping men and women, especially in the West (where it was particularly lost), to rediscover their instinctive connection with nature, and with it, a little bit of paradise lost.
(1) Paola Pierpaoli, Iniziazione alla comunicazione con il mondo invisibile, (Initiation to the communication with the Spirit Guide) cit.
(2) Giuseppe Ungaretti, Tramonto, (Sunset), 21 May 1916