My friend was recently telling me about how the interconnected “vibrations” and energy of the natural world are now being scientifically researched and measured. One experiment involves thinking negatively about a particular plant and then measuring its correlated (regardless of the thinker’s proximity) distress. 
I put this yarn bomb up on this tree in Detroit back in December. When I took this photo just a week ago in February, someone pointed out that it’s the only tree in its sight that still has kept its leaves. Think of all the love & warmth (both physically and metaphysically ;-D) it’s getting. Pretty crazy, huh? 
06.03.12
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My friend was recently telling me about how the interconnected “vibrations” and energy of the natural world are now being scientifically researched and measured. One experiment involves thinking negatively about a particular plant and then measuring its correlated (regardless of the thinker’s proximity) distress. 

I put this yarn bomb up on this tree in Detroit back in December. When I took this photo just a week ago in February, someone pointed out that it’s the only tree in its sight that still has kept its leaves. Think of all the love & warmth (both physically and metaphysically ;-D) it’s getting. Pretty crazy, huh? 

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    this is really wonderful.
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