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The Spiritual Value of Plants

By Harvey Walks With Hawks Doyle



I have read that some scientist say plants can communicate. I think they can communicate through energy fields and even wage a war with other plants in their own way. I think plants can scream when they are cut, some even cry in pain and this is just a small part of their conscious life.


When cutting a plant always use a very sharp knife, this shows compassion. Never pull a plant or break its stem; this is the cruelest way of injuring a plant. It has been proved that plants even interact with humans on different levels.


Everyone has an energy field which I believe is your spiritual signature that Creator has placed within us for eternity. Plants also have this spiritual signature since Creator placed his spirit in everything on Mother Earth. Wow what a blessing of Spirit.


Try looking at a plant or other objects to see if you can see their spiritual signature. A person who waters and cares for them enters the room the plants feel less stress as compared to someone who plucks their leaves, their stress levels are known to go up. Every plant has a spirit even on other levels of life, there is profound consciousness or awareness that bonds all things together.


The Spirit of Creator.

The Secret Life of Plants is an only given to a few humans which grow, touch and feel them literally with their hands and stroke them gently and speak to them. Our energy or spirit is felt through our touch and also our audible signal or has that we project when we speak to the plants.


Plants can come to recognize us by focusing on our energy fields of spirit. It is a fascinating growth of spirit of the physical, emotional, and spiritual relations between plants and man. Some plants may be sentient, despite their lack of a nervous system and a brain.


The Creator gave us all spirit to communicate with all on Mother Earth. This sentience is observed primarily through changes in the plant’s conductivity, as through a polygraph, pioneered by Cleve Backster. We have all heard stories of plants responding to positive attention from humans. Botanists have discovered amazing behavior in some plant species, but what could it mean?


Plants Speak

We don’t often associate a term like “behavior” with plants, but experimental plant ecologist JC Cahill wants to change that. The University of Alberta professor maintains that plants do behave and lead anything but solitary and sedentary lives. “They’re actively engaging with the environment in which they live,” Cahill insists. “They actively communicate. They actively respond to the nutrients, and the predators, and the herbivores that are around them. It’s a really dynamic system.”


By exploring the fascinating behaviors of plant life, including the dodder vine, wild tobacco plant, and Douglas fir, “What Plants Talk About” teaches us that plants are smarter and much more interactive than we could ever imagine!


So when it comes down to it? What do we eat, people opt to choose plants over animals because they don’t hear the screams or see the pain the animals go through. The best way forward is perhaps to be thankful for all that the universe provides and be mindful about what you consume.


Plants are here from Creator and they want us to use them but be sure and leave a part of them so they will also survive in the end of our feast on Mother Earth. Try saying I love you sometimes while stroking and petting your weeds or plants. Thank you for your gift of life! Thank You for respecting us as humans on Mother Earth.


I am sure they feel pain but their gift of survival is overcome or planned into the realm of our survival. I think they also shout with glory and acceptance when they help us grow in physicality and spirit. Sharing our connectivity of this also forms the bond of Spirit between us and we grow daily with the acceptance from Creator and our brothers and sister plants.


Manataka: Thanks for using my spiritual articles. You are giving the world such good messages of hope and spirit. Wah Doh. Do na da go hvi.  Walks With Hawks Doyle