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"Call of the Trees" by Dorothy Maclean

Sep 21, 2012

Posted by Kimmy Sophia Brown


A group called "Friends of Call of the Trees" states on their website, "Forty-five urgent messages from trees to humans have been published in a book by an expert in communications with nature. Call of the Trees, by Dorothy Maclean, is a compilation of telepathic messages received from the trees." 

Here's a quote by Dorothy Maclean, from the book:


I, too, lived with the assumption that only human life is intelligent and capable of love - until one day in meditation, the still small voice within asked me to harmonize with the essence of nature... I began to understand that these ‘beings’ I was communicating with were actually the manifestations of an intelligent force-field that had been interpreted in different ways by different cultures through the ages. They told me that they hold the archetypal plan and pattern for all forms and aspects of creation, and that they fulfill their part in the divine plan by wielding the energy needed for the growth and development of form. I called them angels or devas, the Sanskrit word for angels meaning ‘shining ones.’

The angels not only taught me the value of linking with nature but also continually reminded me of the truth of our own essence. They see with a perspective beyond our limited time and space and thus see the great potential we have as humans. They see us as creative beings who will lift up all life when we walk the Earth in love. They see us learning to consider the whole in our actions and interacting with them to recreate the Earth. When we stop blindly reacting and learn to act in love in all situations, this will happen. Individual growth on the part of each one of us is needed...

I'd like people to realize that they, too, can work cooperatively with nature’s intelligence which can respond to their questions. Such cooperation is vital for the world for we need the help of the intelligence of nature in dealing with environmental problems we’ve created. The intellectual point of view is not sufficient; we need to go more deeply into ourselves and into nature to find the real solutions.


For more information, visit the website created by the nonprofit group, Friends of The Call of the Trees, callofthetrees.com. You can buy the book here; www.callofthetrees.com/shop.

The cover image was used by permission of
Friends of the Call of the Trees and The Lorian Association.


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