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Living with Trees

Shepherds of the Trees

Shepherds of the trees are larger than the mature trees I have around my house. The name describes what they do, rather than what they call themselves or how they look. They don’t look like big humans.

“You interact with trees and they appear to be so strong, so indestructible, but we see the marks of stress and strain. These trees have been propping up a world gone mad, a society of humans that has no contact with the natural world they live on. The trees have been bridging humanity and the Earth. There have been sacrifices of being cut down and thrown away or burnt up, and they have been dissected into planks and made into lumber for your houses and furniture. This last is what we wish to speak to you about.

Put your hand on a piece of wooden furniture and drop your senses into the wood itself. Can you see the tree as it was before it was cut down, with its leaves or needles waving in the blue sky? That tree is present in your home because you have a part of it inside with you. Go around your house and look at all the wood, and remember there is hidden wood inside the soft furniture, under the carpets, around the windows and in the structure of the building itself. Even brick houses use wood to hold up their roofs. The wood in your homes carries the energy of the trees when they were alive, and the energy of trees is love. You are living inside a forest made of a variety of trees.

Now we are working with the trees that live on the outside; we are healing them, repairing their hurts and smoothing out their energy. The Earth is beginning a process of renewal, and we are helping by renewing the structure of these trees, the largest members of the plant kingdom. We make ready for the next stage. The next stage for the trees will be one of strength and health, of holding their ground and supporting ley lines. They will act from strength where up until now they have been acting from sheer force of will, love and a refusal to give up and let the Earth down.”

In my book The Downfall of Atlantis  the levels of ley lines are described and their relationship with trees. This post refers to the lines level with the top floor of a double-decker bus, although trees also anchor the lines on the surface of the planet. It’s always nice to ride through the ley lines.

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