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Interspecies Music and Co-Creation with the Plant World
July 22 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm$15
Lots of people talk about ‘greening’ their lifestyle and ‘getting back to nature.’ But have you ever thought about this from nature’s perspective? The plant world has never lost its connection with us. We humans are the ones who are culpable for the great disconnect between our species, by dominating the plant world instead of co-existing respectfully with it. Lots of people talk about ‘greening’ their lifestyle and ‘getting back to nature.’ But have you ever thought about this from nature’s perspective? The plant world has never lost its connection with us. We humans are the ones who are culpable for the great disconnect between our species, by dominating the plant world instead of co-existing respectfully with it.
If we listen, plant intelligence provides profound insight into ourselves and our world. Imagine the power of not just passively being around plants, but truly interacting with them in a way that you can understand. If you love plants, nature and music, you will savor this evening’s event with Tigrilla Gardenia, an Interspecies Researcher and Ambassador of Damanhur, an eco-community in northern Italy.
Many of you know that Jennifer, Lee Ann and Gina have traveled to Damanhur various times and fell in love with their amazing Music of the Plants (MOTP) technology, based on 40 years of research (and the rest of the community, including Tigrilla!) Tigrilla will be sharing her experiences with the effect of plant music on healing and more, and as a special treat, she will be holding a mini-music concert with plants right on Gina’s 3-acre property.
Using Music of the Plants as her main research tool, Tigrilla is working to reset the matrix between plants and humans. Her research shows that when this connection is strong, plants create music that can heal disease, release chemicals to end depression and create opportunities for unity in dense cities.
We are truly honored that Tigrilla is able to take time out of a full schedule of traveling worldwide to promote MOTP to come for a visit in Pittsburgh. This evening gathering is going to be super casual, with light refreshments and edibles. Come ready to be astounded by what you will learn about interspecies music and true co-creation with the plant world.
A BIT MORE BACKGROUND AND FACTS
Here are some way in which plant intelligence provides deeper insight into ourselves and our world:
- Science shows that being around plants and trees, both indoors and outdoors, significantly improves our physical, mental and emotional well being.
- Plants in homes and workplaces help to reduce stress, increase productivity, enhance employee attitudes, lower operating costs and improve air quality.
- A personal connection to nature inspires us to create a world where the environment doesn’t need protecting because it is an integral part of who and what we are.
- Doctors and holistic health practitioners alike are actively researching the effects of the Music of the Plants in numerous settings—including home, hospitals and the workplace—to better understand how plant music shortens recovery time and aids in overall healing.
Time permitting, Tigrilla will also chat with us about the epic implications on our world: Time permitting, Tigrilla will also chat with us about the epic implications on our world:
- The use of biomimicry, Music of the Plants and Plant Perception as tools by which we can eliminate the effects of climate change and reverse universal unhappiness.
- Deforestation, pollution and the human hunger for more create chasms between “our” world and “theirs”, bringing about a separation that has led to many of the personal and world problems we have today.
- While recycling and hitting “like” on various environmental causes is a great start, with small, individual changes, we could do so much more. Our physical and spiritual evolution is intertwined with that of plants, and we have the greatest possibility of creating sustainable, happy lives in our cities.
Tigrilla is also available for private healing sessions with plant music. Please contact her directly for details.
Hosted by: Gina Mazza, Lee Ann Heltzel, Jennifer Evanko, Tigrilla Gardenia, Music of the Plants, Damanhur Spiritual EcoCommunity
Suggested donation: $15