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When I was a child, I spent my summers on my grandparents' farm in the eastern mountains of Kentucky. My Granny was  a plant lover. Every afternoon, when her work was done, she would go out to her prolific gardens, where she picked and pruned, talking and muttering the whole time. One day I asked her who she was talking to and she said, "Plants are just like people, they need friends too, and when you talk to your flowers they grow better."

The greatest gift my Granny gave me was that of never having to question my birthright of communication with the natural world. I didn't have to unlearn some false paradigm imposed on me from powers that be. It was natural for me to think of plants having heart, soul and spirit because I was never taught anything else.

What I have learned over the years is that plants are vastly intelligent, multidimensional beings with tremendous capacity for healing at the source level.

My experience with plant spirits is evolutionary in nature; therefore, I am always learning something new. This ancient knowledge of the plant spirits is emerging within a new context appropriate for our times. The wisdom being shared by the plant spirits is both old and brand new - new stories, new paradigms and new ways of living on Gaia, our beautiful home.

My experience with plant spirits is evolutionary in nature; therefore, I am always learning something new. This ancient knowledge of the plant spirits is emerging within a new context appropriate for our times. The wisdom being shared by the plant spirits is both old and brand new - new stories, new paradigms and new ways of living on Gaia, our beautiful home.

Excerpt from Plant Spirit Healing by Pam Montgomery

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