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Through the medium of its fruit, the tree has put you directly in touch with the universe

 
Anonymous Coward
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Through the medium of its fruit, the tree has put you directly in touch with the universe
"When we consume food, we make a connection with nature, but this connection can happen in different ways. If you take an apple, peel it with a knife, cut it into pieces and eat it, you have a particular sensation. If you bite into the apple, you have a different sensation.

Now, go into an orchard, pull the branch of an apple tree toward you, and start biting into an apple without picking it; it is different again - you feel how alive this fruit is, and you have a sense of fulfilment, of joy, which the tree itself is imparting to you, because it is connected to earth and heaven and is drawing forces from both. While you are eating, you are in direct contact with a current of pure energy. Through the medium of its fruit, the tree has put you directly in touch with the universe."

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01/03/2013 10:53 PM
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Re: Through the medium of its fruit, the tree has put you directly in touch with the universe
HAS ANYONE TRIED THIS?
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Re: Through the medium of its fruit, the tree has put you directly in touch with the universe
like eating lflash
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01/03/2013 11:06 PM

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Re: Through the medium of its fruit, the tree has put you directly in touch with the universe
HAS ANYONE TRIED THIS?
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I have not eaten anything off a tree, but I will try it. I would imagine that eating a snow pea in the garden that way, or a tomato, or some Swiss Chard or whatever would be much the same. Interesting.

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