Day #85 (Plants in Places)
Plants can be great indicator of geopathic stress on a site.
I covered a bit about Geomancy and geopathic stress on day #26.
And there are some plants that thrive in stress and others that struggle under the stress of a site.
Ivy and plants like this Morning Glory in the pic love geopathic stress.
The stress of a site and the strength of the stress can negatively impact the area, you, your home or business to a great extent.
The site where I took this picture, is under a lot of stress. It’s quite sad to see this site being so strangled by the Morning Glory. It’s everywhere and killing all the native trees and plants. This particular site has a lot going on and it isn’t any wonder that it is under stress.
The picture is of a very small area of what is supposed to be the remains of Toronto’s NSW wetland. Its history is a sad one for the environment and the native wildlife a train line was built and ran through the middle of it (a cause of geopathic stress) and now building and development has taken over most of the area.
It’s also on a very busy road at a T intersection (geopathic stress and poison arrow) and am not too sure of the Aboriginal history of this site but there are erected modern Aboriginal totem poles which have been neglected and have been over grown as well. There is also graffiti here and damage from vandals (another sign of geopathic stress) And with all this sad history who knows what stressed earth energies that are contributing.
From what I have observed here the area could be impacted by negative Ley lines that may have been created at the time of the construction of the train line and grown in strength over the years, as the Morning Glory seems to follow the path of the old train track that is now unused.
Just a few metres up from this site is a car/ truck yard that, over the years, businesses have tried to thrive here but all have lasted only a year or so. The yard’s fence is also covered in the Morning Glory indicating that the business site is also affected by geopathic stress. Hence why no business has succeeded here and is now an abandoned site. There is also another abandoned site on the other side of the wetland.
I didn’t get a chance to truly tune in and connect to the wetland site or do any Geomancy, but as I walked around I had the sense that this site is so exhausted and drained. It’s tired of the struggle and has now succumbed to the stress. There is also an underlying anger and frustration to this site as it’s triggering it in me and can’t see why a council or community has allowed this to happen to what should be a valued wetland area.
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