From the Aspen and Birch Tree Kingdom
It is the Aspen and Birch Trees that greet you today. Our kingdom is deciduous in colder climates. In warmer climates, we are evergreen, such as the Fichus Tree that is one of our relations. Asur’Ana had many a fichus trees over time as an indoor houseplant, when she was living in California. It was only as she learned to listen to our kingdom in terms of when it required water or nutrients or not, that the Fichus Tree survived and grew to fill the corner of her living room. She learned in this experience to only water us once every few months and was surprised when we told her that we were not thirsty each time she inquired. This was a good experience for Asur’Ana, as she learned to attune to the plant kingdoms early in her ascension.
Houseplants and Indoor Fountains
While in California, she was guided to have many houseplants in every room of her home. Why is the presence of houseplants important to ascension? Trees and plants provide oxygen and oxygen is necessary to the regeneration of the cellular structure. And so, Asur’Ana acquired many houseplants, and learned to appreciate the consciousness that the plants and trees provided towards her ascension.
For those living or working indoors where windows and doors must remain shut due to the cold in the winter, the Aspen and Birch Tree Kingdom recommend one large tree per room or four to five smaller plants to provide the oxygen necessary to the humans living therein; the larger the room, the more houseplants that it may require to provide enough oxygen indoors. Trees have a symbiotic relationship with all animals including the human species and inhale carbon dioxide that the lungs expel. In placing plants and trees indoors, one ceases to breathe one’s own carbon dioxide in the winter months in particular. Breathing one’s own carbon dioxide cannot support regeneration in ascension.
Asur’Ana was also guided to place running water in the form of a fountain in every room in the house. Running water is important to the houseplants as well as human beings. Running water provides the water element, which allows the experience of “negative ions” to pervade the home. Negative ions have a cleansing affect and allow for proper polarization of energy flow. This may be why humans enjoy time at the beach or at the lakeside each summer. The negative ions are so prevalent at the ocean or near any large body of water that they cause one’s field to ground and the energy to move as it should to support life. One can emulate this support by adding small fountains in every room of one’s home, particularly the bedroom and living room.
Over time and in the unconscious state of being that humans have fallen into, humans have forgotten how to spin their energy to sustain life beyond a short 50 to 80 year life span. In more ancient times, the movement of energy was considered paramount to the sustenance of life. Just as one would choose to eat healthy foods that supported regeneration, one would also strive to move the energy in a way that is conducive to sustaining life. There are forms of movement that remain from such times such as “Tai Chi”, however Tai Chi relies upon moving the body to move the energy in the meridians rather than conscious focus and intention. Read more