Updated: 3 days ago
The trees want me to give you this psychic message:
“Say hello when you walk by us. We’re here.”
The psychic message from trees was said to me kindly. They aren’t asking for hugs or love, though I'm sure they would like both. They are just wondering why we don't say "hello" to them.
The trees are interested in us and would like for us to be interested in them.
“You can talk to us, too, instead of just talking among yourselves.”
I love trees. You probably do, too. They give us oxygen and shade and beauty.
I just hadn’t thought about saying a casual hello as I pass by. You know, like you do sometimes with a person on the street. A little nod of the head, “hey” or a smile. You can also introduce yourself to a tree with a touch.
Do trees have consciousness?
Do they know when we interact with them? Plant scientists argue this point. But one biologist, researcher and author, Monica Gagliano,* said in a Forbes Magazine interview, “So the plant doesn't live in isolation....a plant isn’t an object, it’s always a subject that is interacting with other subjects in the environment.” (See footnote.)
Plants are living beings. And they are there! So, why not say “hello?” No matter where you go, be sure to smile or say hello to the trees! (Tell them Marla said, “hi!”)
P.S. Thanks to Henrietta of Vyne Productions. The trees gave me this message message for all of us during her a psychic reading with me.
*Monica Gagliano is a a Research Associate Professor in Evolutionary Ecology, Adjunct Senior Research Fellow at the University of Western Australia, Research Affiliate at the Sydney Environment Institute, University of Sydney & Senior Research Fellow at the Biological Intelligence (BI) Lab, University of Sydney.
Footnote: Andrea Morris, “A Mind Without A Brain: The Science Of Plant Intelligence Takes Root,” Forbes Magazine, May 9, 2018, https://www.forbes.com/sites/andreamorris/2018/05/09/a-mind-without-a-brain-the-science-of-plant-intelligence-takes-root/#155520c976dc
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