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Tweed (23 stories) (2070 posts)
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3 years ago (2015-07-20)
Manafon umm I'm actually crying right now because I have experienced something remarkably similar (minus the face), I too was on a balcony and the tree for me was a Jacaranda. I felt the same, beauty and wonder. It's something I've never shared with anybody except my husband. It happened late in the evening same as you. But I don't drink, so that bit's different. You're not crazy, there's something truly magical about trees. Damn I'm all emotional now, but it's nice. Don't need to say it but I will anyway, thanks for sharing and very well written, unlike this comment of mine, ha. 😊
Hecate0 (4 stories) (418 posts)
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3 years ago (2015-07-20)
Oh, Manafon, another great story! Thank you! And I needed the reminder of my own tree connection. I was going through a particularly difficult time in summer 1985, in the process of a divorce. No matter how amicable, they are terribly painful life events. I was reading on my porch and could feel this rumble. It happened several days in a row. Our home was in northern Rhode Island in a beautifully wooded area, a monastery down the street, very pastoral. After several days, I finally just had an 'ah ha' realization, "it is the trees". I have been able to feel them since. I agree, I wish everyone could tap into this cool feeling. This rumbling I feel is ancient and beautiful. Thanks for your story. 😊

Hecate
sushantkar (15 stories) (418 posts)
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3 years ago (2015-07-20)
Hello Manafon! I think whatever you had seen that night could be referred to Forest God (God/Soul of the forest).

I am from India, and its description is present in our primeval, mythologies, legends and folklores also.

You are very lucky to see it.

Thanks for sharing it. It was a wonderful read.

Regards

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