The following video was taken by Evolved Ministry on the morning of August 5, 2010.
He and I spent last night meditating at the lake, and were given an amazing Gift by the Holy Spirit, which you now see captured on film.
This is not a joke, this is real. I wish you all could have been there to see it live.
God is very real. The supernatural is far more natural than you might think.
Believe in a Higher Power, Believe in Unconditional Love, Believe in Yourself.
There are NO LIMITS to human potential. Do not believe anyone or anything that tells you that something is impossible. I assure you, ALL THINGS ARE
God is intervening directly on Planet Earth as we undergo a global shift in consciousness to usher in a new Golden Age, where we will all live in
Peace and Harmony with Nature, while marveling at the pure magic that only God can deliver in pure synchronicity.
We are ALL eternal beings of Light and Love. You are never alone. Fear Nothing. Judge Nothing. Love Everything, and be filled with Joy and Bliss
that is Your Spiritual Heritage.
You are loved infinitely,
Part 2 has more details and notes about the event.
That guys laugh is annoying. It sounded like he was stoned. With that out of the way, that does seem weird, though it could be due to winds at a
slightly different altitude. Also, the leaves of that particular tree could be more loosely attached to the tree than the surrounding species of
trees.... Or is could be "divine intervention", which is much more fun to believe.
Really beautiful and all, but it looks to me like the storm clouds, passing by at a rapid clip, probably produced an updraft of some kind, or some
other variety of wind effect. Not to rain on your parade or anything but the tree is definitely not pulling a Breaking 2 - Electric Boogaloo scenario
i agree that dancing tree was awe inspiring. i use to be an athiest but i now see god as a force a kind of wave of energy that we can manipulate but
the guy freaking out was the best part. I want what he IS smoking.................
trying to think of that name for this particular kind of tree, but i see the above poster remembered correctly. this tree is the quaking aspen, my
grandparents had several in the yard during the summer when i slept over i use to think the trees we're haunted.
fast forward to the present and i see two stoners laughing at trees and rain.
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