2 September 2011
Questioner: I don't know if I can make this clear or not. Technically, how does this energy or vibration from rocks work? That makes one different from the other?
The Council: It is a part of creation! Why is it that you have a field, an energy field? Because you are made up of the elements, and every element is really, when torn down to its basic essential, is a form of electricity. So is the stone. And depending on what elements constitute that stone depends on the field or energy field that emanates from it. Do you understand?
Questioner: Yes, so far. Accepting the fact of the quartz crystal as the best combination, as far as stones go, is there anything else in creation like oak wood as opposed to pine? I am just trying to get a grasp on how this all works.
The Council: Well, when you talk about wood, you are talking about a life force, and a life force or something that is actually living and growing in the same sense that the physical body does or at some commonality there, that is a different situation altogether. You see, stones or gems, they come into being in an entirely different way. It is energy and pressure and force and power that creates them. It is erosion and transferences of elements that create them. Where something such as wood is created, well, for a simple remark, from a homogenized or homogeneous process or base line. Do you understand?
Questioner: Not the last part.
The Council: With the stones or what have you, you have a more unique form of creation or it is more, the elements there are more unique or isolated. Where you as a living being contain a far greater collection of elements, the same as anything that is living, whether it be a tree or an animal or a flower or what have you. There is a greater composition there, a greater need for a baseline of a homogeneous state or condition for development or growth.
Next week, in part six, the final part, The Council talks about tree hugging. Is there a benefit?
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