Barbara’s Tree

Barbara's Tree
Barbara’s Tree
Barbara you mention this is what a tree feels like at the moment – you are clearly in intuitive person your use of purple and blue confirms this.  You are also open and honest, and insightful.

Your tree looks like  an arrangement which you would expect to see in a vase.  Have you taking the best “cuttings” from your life and put them together to rebuild something new and better?

If we start from the bottom and explore the drawing you will see that there are no roots – merely a collection of very delicate stems.  Right at the centre of the stems you have used red which suggests passion – have you got new ideas which you are passionate about developing or taking forward?  As it is a light red you have used you may be in the early stages of this idea or project.

The tree trunk represents the spine or the main structure of the tree which takes the nourishment upwards and downwards – so you can see at the moment you do not have this in place.  There is in the background some blue pen strokes which could suggest a trunk – but they do not have enough definition yet  to provide the support you need.  However it looks like   you are already intuitively  looking for ways to bring strength and support  to your ideas.

Your leaves are plentiful – there is a great deal of potential abundance here.  The use of purple demonstrates your spiritual connections however there are traces of red  which suggests that you have had to sacrifice a lot to get to this point in your life.  There is no detailing on your leaves and this would indicate that you like to be spontaneous and  flow and are less concerned with fine  detail – its just not important to you and that’s absolutely ok!

Your angelic guidance is to create the strong support mechanism your tree needs to grow and flourish.  Ask Archangel Sandalphon and Gabriel  to help you build the strong roots and trunk you need to manifest your ideas into reality.

Drawing translated by Elizabeth Ann Morris, Principal of the Transform Your Life Course for the Diana Cooper School.  www.dianacooperschool.com