It Doesn’t Hurt To Ask

In discussing communicating with elements, forces, and entities, let us not forget plants. I have been recently reminded about THE SECRET LIFE OF PLANTS, of which I have read some, but here is a nice you tube video link. It’s an hour and a half film and truthfully I have not watched it, but know of it’s contents. This movie comes highly recommended. http://www.youtube .com/watch?v=7_X2Z9v8-6Q

I have a friend who suggested the video to me, and also suggested I try working with my pendulum and ask to communicate with a plant. So I did.

plantI lightly held a piece of the plant, so as not to injure it. I asked if the plant needed water- no. Then I asked if it needed more light- no. Are you happy on the counter top where you sit- yes. Do you like the crystals near you- yes. Show me the crystal you most prefer- pendulum swung to the white crystal.

There are so many ways to use your pendulum in conjunction with 21st century gardening. Here are questions that you can ask of your plants, to find out how to best enhance their growth and bloom;

Will these seeds(plants) produce hardy and productive crops?
Will this area provide enough sun for these plants?
Shall I apply fertilizer today?
Shall I water today?
Are these crops fully ripe?

And here is your hint for the day, for staying ‘in tune’ with your plants, since plants clearly have feelings too;

If you have to cut, prune, or harvest, ‘ask’ the plant for what you want first, and gently explain why you need it. The plant understands your kindness, and you will see how much easier the piece comes off.

catIt reminds me of a memorable day- we were burying O’Shay, our cat of 18 years- a really sad moment. Jimmie took a hand shovel and scraped away at the hard sun-baked hillside, struggling to making a dent in the ground. He then asked Mother Earth to open up for himshovel, so that we could return O’Shay to her, and from that moment, the dirt flew easily and quickly, and the grave was prepared in minutes. So you see, it doesn’t hurts to ask.

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