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Could a tree have consciousness, at a slower vibration?

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Do you think that since God also made trees, He put into them some form of consciousness, at least to be conscious of the need for water, the changing of the seasons, the wind and the cold and the storm?
Could they be operating at a slower vibration than higher life forms, so that they do not catch anything except major events, whereas a human being is faster and aware of almost everything that happens?

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Trees are trees
Wouldn't it be cruel to give them consciences?
Then again, God is pretty cruel.

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Of course not. Don't be ridiculous.

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it has no nervous system so no

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Trees are just real slow.

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trees don't have brains.
we get our ability to produce cognitive thought from our brains ... humans have the highest brain-to-body mass ratio and that's what makes us the smartest.
After us comes very smart animals like dolphins, chimps and dogs. Tress can't think 😛

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You think your god is real? Ha! That's gold.

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Yes this is true! I am not sure if their vibration would be slower...perhaps it is. I feel that trees are wiser and more evolved than we are maybe, because they don't have to kill to live. Ah! The freedom to be able to draw the sun's energy in as food...
Love and light to you Sara 🙂

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"operating at a slower vibration" is new age woo woo crap.
No, trees do not have a consciousness.

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All living things react to their environment (or they would not be living). However, 'pain' is an entirely different concept and applies only to animals as we know it. When you drive a nail into living tissue beneath the bark, chemical signals induce cell division and growth around the object. Plants get stressed all the time (heat, drought, etc) but they don't feel pain, at least not the way we know pain. There might be a completely alien concept of pain that applies to plants, but it would probably be outside human understanding.

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Have you been reading David Icke?
Trees operating at a slower vibration?
Sounds very Icke-ish to me.

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its possible, because the earth itself might be alive, but the consciesness might be something entirely different.
it is possible to "hear" the trees sing, if one has the gift of the spirit to make it possible to be heard.

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sounds good!

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yes - very good. A tree is just another life form - that spark of life has been there for the past 4 thousand million years - passed from living creature to living creature. We're different forms - same life force.

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No they do not have consciousness as we know it,trees and other plants are simple lifeforms that do not require consciousness in order to exist.
The higher animal form of life has consciousness but limited,for example a pig does not know it is in fact a pig,a dog is not conscious of being a dog and so on.
The highest form of created life(human beings) because we think and can ponder our existence means, that we are the only life form who have full consciouness.
Someone joked once that this is why you never see a horse with a vanity mirror fixing it`s hair!

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