I begin this blog with a beautiful image from local photographer, David Leahy. His keen eye for magical, natural moments is astonishing!
May this lovely photo set the healing tone of what I ask of you, dear reader. Yesterday I learned that a local, grand Sequoia (seh-koi-yah) tree was drilled into and poisoned less than month ago; it is slowly dying. The Audubon Society has commented on this matter saying they’re not sure if the tree will survive. They have posted a $1000 reward for any leads to the perpetrator(s). As you see in the news photo many parts of the Sequoia are now browning.
I have queried with this tree through the use of dowsing to ask if it wishes to receive healing energies, and does it wish to survive? For both questions I got a “Yes”.
💚WHAT CAN WE DO?💚
Send love! If even for a moment, hold this wondrous tree in your heart, acknowledge the beauty and history of this being. Hold a healing light around it in your mind’s eye. If you do nothing else that will suffice.
Some years ago I was advised by a lovely Indigenous woman to always bring gifts to the Spirit of Place you are visiting. Organic tobacco and cornmeal are considered respectable offerings. If one doesn’t have those on hand then a prayer, flower, gift of “Thank you” from the heart will do.
🌲✨For those who practice energy healing in person and at a distance✨🌲Send remedial plant medicine. This beautiful tree has suffered from an unknown poisoning, so it needs an antidote! Common herbs used to detox a body include black walnut and…
Call out to the spirits of these medicinal plants to come to the aid of the Sequoia tree.
This morning I received swift response from friend, artist, author, wisewoman, and Grand Archdruid of AODA, Dana O’Driscoll. She contributed these lovely ideas:
- Bring telluric currents from 🌎 and solar currents from the ☀️ into the 🌲.
- Chant, sing, dance, or drum healing energy into the 🌲.
- Send LOTS of energy, in person or in spirit.
Get others to join you in this. 💫💫💫
Synchronistically, I learned that today, March 21st is officially the International Day of Forests in the U.K. and Scotland!
Ancient Order of Druids in America
Kitty Ji and I thank you sincerely for your help.