Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Shouting and Screaming Kills People's Spirits

The men and women living in Solomon Islands of the South Pacific employ a unique method to take down trees.  The men surround the tree for thirty days and scream at the tree.  They scream insults at the tree for an entire month, and after that the tree dies.  It always does.  The villagers believe that screaming at the tree kills the tree's spirit.  Shouting at living things, shouting at people, may kill their spirit.  It's something to think about, isn't it?


  1. I read this story years ago and had forgotten it. Shouting does kill the spirit, no doubt about that.

  2. Dr. Marasu Emoto's water intention experiments proves the same outcome. He put rice in two different glasses and added water, and put a different emotion on each, and those observing this, had to send that emotion to the glasses. After afew days the one with love and kindness was still looking good no sign of degradation, and the one with hate was completely black molded. We are so much more powerful than we have been taught to pay attention to. This was one thought that came to mind when I read this story. Also in the Intention Experiment by Lynn McTaggart had one example of two leaves of the same make up, for testing, was also sent the two intentions and even though they were plucked from the tree the one which was sent love lived unwaveringly for nearly 3 weeks later, and the other dried up more quickly. its the intent behind the shouting, because the experiments, they used only THOUGHT.