Nature reserve Heidiland

Buche

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Place of power in the middle of Pfäfers

Description

Through a gate in the high monastery wall you enter the well-kept small garden with the large beech. Get in touch with the beech, lean against its trunk and absorb and perceive its energies, which are strong. The beech is a so-called radiation escaper, just like humans. Faults and rock fractures in the Earth's interior are intensified by groundwater flows in such a way that interference fields or stimulus zones are noticeable on the earth's surface. There are plants and animals that look for the rays and thrive particularly well on them, such as the oak, the so-called ray seekers. And there are those who prefer the opposite, such as linden and beech.

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