Date: January 14, 2020
Duration of the session: 1 hour
In this session, we learn that plants, like humans and animals, have different personalities and express themselves differently, because the energy they have or the beings in them have personalities. Plants also vibrate differently from humans. They are a different energy group. The beings in plants may have emotions, but plants biologically do not express emotions as humans do. Plants also reincarnate in different plant bodies and in different places for different experiences. For this reason, we are advised to appreciate our different cultures and incarnations.
I used to think artificially grown plants have less life in them because we have all this bio/organic drama going on, but no, it is not the case. It turns out, as long as there is life-force energy in them, they are alive and beings occupy them. I also think the conscious awareness of plants has transformed in the past few years because of the Vegetarian/vegan movement that has drawn attention to the preference of plants.
Note: The conversation here between the Ficus Tree (FT) and I is a little complicated. I needed time, myself, to absorb some information that came through and I hope I conveyed it well.
Me: “Greeting dear one.”
(My eyes are still closed in meditation.)
FT: “Gloria, open your eyes.”
(Eyes too heavy to snap open. I don’t remember what the question was, but this is the answer.)
FT: “We have or you have been told that in your last session.”
Me: “Oh, yes I have, I remember now.”
FT: “You want some answers?”
Me: “Yes, but the Green Ficus Tree has answered them, I need only clarifications of something that bothers me.
(I am still drowsy. Then in a vivid vision in my mind’s eye I see a baby that is being mishandled. My eyes snap open.)
Me: “What was that? Did you see that?” (I was alert.)
FT: “Yes, I witnessed it.” (Calmly.)
Me: “Where? Before I bought you here from the store? But you were in a store, not with a family, right?” Confused because I bought the plant from a flower store.
FT: “Yes, you got me from a store.”
Me: “Where was that then? In a past life?”
Me: “Were you human? Ever been human?”
Me: “Who was that then?”
FT: “I saw it… in a house, a family I was with or in.”
Me: “What lifetime was that?”
FT: “My past life.”
Me: “Ok, let me get this. You had a past life that you remember. When was your past life? Was it also in my past life?”
FT: “Not your past, my past.”
Me: “How many years ago are we talking about?”
FT: “Ok, let me explain this. So, plants live a very short life when compared to animals, right? I mean, plants like me, small potted plants, in… some grow in nurseries. Not Trees. Trees live longer and sometimes longer that man, depending on which one. So, in your one lifetime as a human being, I have had four lifetimes. This is my experience.”
Me: “Oh! You are not old, I mean, you have not been on this planet for a long time, you have not been reincarnating for a long time.”
FT: “No, I have only re-incarnated four times. All four reincarnation in your present life.
Me: “Now I get it. Wow. Ok, how has it been?”
FT: “It’s been good.”
Me: “How did you grow?”
FT: “In the… ok, so they had me first in the nursery to grow or shoot, then they transferred me into another thing, then into another one and into a pot like you found me.
Me: “How was it in the Nursery? Did you like it there?”
FT: “It was ok, but I wish we had more air.”
FT: “It was warm in there, but less air.”
Me: “Hmm.” (I didn’t know much about that, so I didn’t ask any further.) “But were you treated kindly in all your four life incarnations?”
FT: “Yes. People have or are becoming more and more conscious of the significance of plants to the planet and to themselves.”
(I can not remember what led to the next question, but here it is.)
Me: “So I cannot ask you questions about human and earth history, right?”
FT: “No, I wouldn’t be able to answer that because my earth experience is very limited. Old Trees are the ones who can answer such questions. They have them stored.
Me: “Ok, the green Ficus Tree, (Potted Ficus Tree from a previous session) has lived long…”
FT: “No, incarnated many times.” (It corrected.)
Me: “Yes, yes; so, your experience is only in this time, in my lifetime.”
Me: “Did you incarnate in the same type of plant repeatedly?”
FT: “No. I incarnated in different plants at different times and places.”
Me: “Is it the same as we humans do?”
FT: “Yes, it’s earth.”
Me: “Why so?”
FT: “For my experience, my evolution and knowing (knowledge).”
Me: “So that means different times, different plants and different places.”
FT: “That is correct.”
Me: “And different missions?”
FT: “That is correct. The mission is in accordance to the plants’ group.”
Me: “So before you take on a plant, plant body, do you have to go to the planet of that plant group to ask permission to incarnate with them?”
FT: “No. When the decision is made to incarnate, we just do it.”
Me: “So what about the ones who transmit information back to their mother planet as part of their mission? Do you have to do that too?” The conversation of this topic is from another session with a Pease Lily.
FT: “Ok, it is like this. So many plants on earth today are already earthlings. They have been mixed and cross-bred. When plants are cross-breed, the resulting plant is earthling. Many plants have gone through this process. Some very old Trees could be original from the gardening of this planet, otherwise it is rear to see original plant from their home planet.
So, when one incarnates into a plant body, one automatically takes on the group mission of that plant family.
Me: “But doesn’t that interfere with your purpose as a being?”
FT: “No, this group mission is also part of the earthly experience. We have the group mission but still have our personalities. See how different I am from your old friend, Green Ficus Tree?” That session was also a past life remembered with me in it.
Me: “Yes, I noticed the clear difference in personality. So tell me, I have been wanting to know this again and again, do plants have feelings?” (I just wanted to be sure. Although the other plants have answered the question but I still need to know for sure.)
FT: “The being in a plant might have emotion, but the biology of a plant does not feel pain as humans do.”
(Silence. I was trying to understand it.)
Me: “Could you pass the knowledge into my mind without saying it, so I can understand it better?
FT: “That’s what we are doing, but conversing is fun.” (Laughs.)
Me: “Ok, go on.”
FT: “So, the being may have emotions, but plants do not necessarily. When they are chopped carelessly, with the intention to harm or hurt, then they feel some kind of sensation that is not comfortable. This causes them to withdraw. They can be stressed, they can be sensitive to the environment, but pain as humans feel it, or express it, is not the same with the body of plants. Therefore, they can be chopped in the kitchen with a knife. It is also the reason it is important to cut a plant with one sharp and quick motion. Chopping it repeatedly on one spot with a blunt knife or a blunt blade can stress it out.
“Plants know that we live a very short life, so we are ready at all time to be chopped off. It is part of our experience. But intention matters a lot. When people cut or chop off plants with a good or positive or loving intension, the plant is happy to serve in any form. But what is good, loving and positive also depends on the person; how the person perceive it is how the plant interprets it. Plants do not judge. We serve.”
Me: “So when the Mower chops off plants/grasses it does not affect you in any way?”
FT: “No. Again, intention. We do not judge, we came, we are and we leave. We know our life is short. All of that add to our experiences. We do not judge. We do not get angry; we don’t know how to do that. We serve. See, now your eyes are wide open.”
(After listening to all that, I thought I should end the session, but my fingers were still buzzing. I couldn’t ask any more questions because my head was full with information to process. )
FT: “Gloria! It is all right to incarnate in different places, it adds to one's experience, leaning and knowledge. My message to humanity is that they should enjoy the experience of a multiple culture. People ought to appreciate every culture in every place. Enjoy it. Not only is it fun, it opens one up.
“When one incarnates into a culture unknown, the knowledge of the previous life is appreciated and applies to the present life. Isn’t it funny, how one incarnates into one culture and longs for the previous culture? For this reason, humans should appreciate one another culture without judgment. It will be useful for the next life. Appreciate your different cultures. Variety makes life fun.
“I have had only four different lives; they are my experiences.”
Me: “Thank you, dear one. Thank you.”
(The sensation in my fingers stopped after about three minutes.)
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