Message from a Grandfather Tree

Hey everyone!

The message I have for everyone is from a “Grandfather Tree.” A Grandfather or Grandmother tree is just a very old tree, they’re like centers of the community in nature since they’ve been around for so long. They help transfer nutrients to other trees and plants around them, as this article explains here.  But energetically they also transfer, well, energy to those around them! 🙂

Today during my meditation my elf mother brought me to this huge, very old tree, so I connected to it to receive any messages it had. First thing I noticed was how much energy it had, and then how interconnected it was with the whole forest around it. It was an incredible feeling, as if you could tune into any of the beings through this tree. It’s like the Tree of Souls in Avatar or the Banyan-grove tree in Avatar the Last Airbender. The way that you could connect with this one tree to be able to connect with any other being that it is also connected to is amazing!

His message for everyone is this:

We are all one. We are all connected. We are all united. As there is a million single threads that together make up a piece of clothing, as are all souls. Each soul lives its separate, single life, but together all souls make up the universe. This is what we try to teach you, remind you. You are never alone, you are always together, interconnected, all working towards the same goal – love and happiness. We – nature, the trees, the plants, the animals – we try to remind you of this but you get too caught up in your logic, in your mind. You forget to feel, feel with your whole body, physically and energetically. It is easier to feel the connection than it is to think it.

I really love his message! It’s such a wonderful reminder because it’s so easy to forget how we’re all connected and all one. Even if we’re living our own separate lives, we still feel the same emotions, and we still share the same planet. This is honestly where I must finish off with a quote Meowth from Pokemon The Movie where he says it the best: “We do have a lot in common. The same earth, the same air, the same sky. Maybe if we started looking at what’s the same…instead of always looking at what’s different, well, who knows?”  ❤

Blessed Be,

Katherine Everett


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