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Lilia

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hello, i kind of said i would share how my living room looks like with all the plants, so i thought maybe here those that want to can share their green sanctuaries... lets enjoy our growing oasis :D

i dont have a panorama-picture option so here it goes in 3 takes: my living-room!

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sorry i havent tidied up the table :oops:
 

Stargazer

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hello, i kind of said i would share how my living room looks like with all the plants, so i thought maybe here those that want to can share their green sanctuaries... lets enjoy our growing oasis :D

i dont have a panorama-picture option so here it goes in 3 takes: my living-room!

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sorry i havent tidied up the table :oops:
What a wonderful space! I can almost feel the positive energy from the pictures! :)
 

Linda

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hello, i kind of said i would share how my living room looks like with all the plants, so i thought maybe here those that want to can share their green sanctuaries... lets enjoy our growing oasis :D
Holy moly, Lilia. I want to come for a visit. I pictured myself on the chaise under the twinkle lights.<3
 

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hello, i kind of said i would share how my living room looks like with all the plants, so i thought maybe here those that want to can share their green sanctuaries... lets enjoy our growing oasis :D

i dont have a panorama-picture option so here it goes in 3 takes: my living-room!

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sorry i havent tidied up the table :oops:

Those are great photos and plants Lilia. I have been working on repotting some house plants and feeding them.
 

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Kristy posted an article on FB about path trees. American Indians would bend the branch of a sapling tree to point the way along a path, and it would grow in that shape. Because of development, there are not too many left. I've seen a couple here - huge live oaks with one branch at a right angle.

We have a live oak in the front yard with one of those "path" branches. The tree is too young to be an Indian path tree, and the shape is likely the result of modern intervention. However, it does point to springs behind us, and of course, me. Lol


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Henda and Ben, this one is for you all. The tree tops along the side of our house look like a baby dragon with "Mom" following along behind. From the side, you can see another baby, so actually it is twins. The green arrows mark the babies, and the purple arrow, the Mom.
They point the same direction as does the path tree in the front yard, which is posted above.


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I totally agree, me too! Once you've seen the dragon energy in trees it's a "no-go-back" moment. I can see them Linda!

Lilia WOW, what a stunning space :D The serenity of your energy is reflected in your space, beautiful.
 

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I just moved into my new home and it's located in a community where you aren't allowed to cut down trees which is very nice because it remains a heavy forest. This is the view from the bedrooms. The picture isn't great because it was taken inside through a screened window since the mosquitos are about helicopter sized and I hardly have any blood left after walking the dogs. o_O
 

Ben

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I just moved into my new home and it's located in a community where you aren't allowed to cut down trees which is very nice because it remains a heavy forest. This is the view from the bedrooms. The picture isn't great because it was taken inside through a screened window since the mosquitos are about helicopter sized and I hardly have any blood left after walking the dogs. o_O
That awkward moment when one wants to rate a post "divine" and "funny"! :rolleyes:
 

Henda

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^ Henda, can you give us some information about this random tree picture? O_o ;)



Love your photo!
It's My Avalon Tree
The Avalon Tree : home of The Faeries
This tree Is connected to Avalon The kingdom of Faeries and Magic.

Connecting to this energy opens that secret Gate to that world and help you gain Wisdom and knowledge to use for The greatest good of all.
You can ask for Healing or any dream to Come true and It Will happen in Your Life unless you are aligned with Your Life purpose and Your mission and for The benefit of Gaia.
 
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Henda

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I just connected to that Tree as It Is here in a Park just where I live. Few weeks ago They cut another one Which was bigger And I had A connection With It too I talk about It in My last Thread. So when I draw It I Channeled that message And knew It was an Avalon Tree
I just finished another one today but It Is A surprise :-D;)
 
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Henda

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Kristy posted an article on FB about path trees. American Indians would bend the branch of a sapling tree to point the way along a path, and it would grow in that shape. Because of development, there are not too many left. I've seen a couple here - huge live oaks with one branch at a right angle.

We have a live oak in the front yard with one of those "path" branches. The tree is too young to be an Indian path tree, and the shape is likely the result of modern intervention. However, it does point to springs behind us, and of course, me. Lol


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I Know This Tree Linda
 
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Kristy

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I just moved into my new home and it's located in a community where you aren't allowed to cut down trees which is very nice because it remains a heavy forest. This is the view from the bedrooms. The picture isn't great because it was taken inside through a screened window since the mosquitos are about helicopter sized and I hardly have any blood left after walking the dogs. o_O

Wow Vickie that sounds like my type of community. I can't wait to visit some day.
 
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Kristy

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Our small late August garden, filled with herbs, caladium, canna, dahlias and more (predominately wisteria and ferns). Mostly, a shade garden, nonetheless we are grateful for the space and a perfect summer day today.

Krena your space is absolutely amazing. The energy I pick up from the pictures I bet don't do it justice but wow. Thanks for sharing
 

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