So perhaps I haven't written this here, but I've started studying Western Natural medicine.
With all the fascinating things we do in Natural Medicine school, one of these was to go out and connect with a plant.
At first I felt it was silly, even though I have done it as a child...
I took my basket, and went out to pick some rose petals and apples to make jam and other stuff. I figured, if I connect with something on the way, I'll go for it.
After filling the basket, I moved on to a tree a bit further off...
One with beautiful apples, so red they feel SEXY! With so much life, love and power in them..!
I felt so drawn to this tree, as I picked it's apples, smelling, stroking and experiencing them fully.
Following my intuition I climbed up in the tree and sat down on the wet stem.
The moss felt so soft and familiar, like a pet, sheep's wool, or something.. oh.
I started talking to her, saying hello, and then it all just came pouring out. My grief, emotions, questions, everything! And it felt like she answered me, supported me in her presence, I saw images arise in my mind and answers came to me, as well as rivers down my face..
I stroked the soft moss on the trunk to comfort myself, wiping off the tears and continuing to stroke her, as I felt the silence and peace fill my mind.
I sat there for a while, meditating, feeling into everything, and then decided it's time to go.
I thanked her for supporting me, and the strongest wind yet swept through the branches, letting me know I was on the right path <3
Now I have made lots of magical remedies and foods from this tree, she and I have a special relationship <3
If you have the time; go for a walk, let your intuition guide you to a plant, tree, stone or place, and see what happens.
You might just experience magic <3
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