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Best Concert Ever!

99 percent of the living mass of planet Earth is plants. They give us the oxygen we breathe and the food we eat.

Plants, just like humans, animals, and other life forms, have their own intelligence and sensitivity. When you walk in the woods, you know how "alive", relaxed and balanced you feel through contact with plant life. Plants are beings that we can communicate with and they can communicate with us.

In Damanhur, research into the music that plants make came about from the desire to re-establish a balanced relationship with nature.

PLANT CONCERTS

The Music of the Plants has been researched since 1976. Damanhurian researchers created equipment that captures electromagnetic changes on the surface of leaves and roots and transforms them into sounds.

The researchers took seeds from the same plant in the same growing conditions and sent thoughts of love to one plant, none to another, and disharmonious emotions to another. The results were amazing: the strongest and lushest plants were those that were thought of with love compared to those that grew normally. The plants that had 'disharmonious' thoughts sent to them didn't even sprout from their seeds.

SINGING WITH PLANTS

The device that communicates the Music of the Plants is available to the public so that this profound experience of communication with the plant world can be shared with whoever desires it. contact here.

Plant Concerts are held regularly in Damanhur and have been presented at festivals in Europe, India, the United States and Canada. These ‘Plant Concerts’ originated from a desire for a profound contact with nature. Musicians perform to the accompaniment of melodies created by the trees and plants. The trees and plants learn to control their electrical responses, as if they are aware of the music they are creating.

Singing with plants keeps a healthy and harmonious relationship between the plant and human worlds alive in everyday life.

 

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