Friday, August 11, 2017

Oak Tree Muse

Trees are wise teachers and poets.


These grounded Spirits spiral upward toward the heavens as their branches spread like an umbrella offering shelter to any one who happens by.


I credit Trees for playing a significant role in the development of my telepathic and Reiki skills.

When I began learning Reik many years ago, I first practiced with Trees instead of with people and animals. At the time, I intuitively felt Trees would help me stay grounded and focused as I learned how to be an open-hearted conduit for the spiritual energy known as Reiki.


When I was reawakening my telepathic animal communication gifts a couple of years later, I again turned to my trusted friends the trees. To this day, I love talking with trees. Their wisdom and knowledge continue to humble me.

An Oak Tree caught my attention telepathically the other day as I was contemplating the role trees have played in the evolution of my animal communication and Reiki skills.



She seemed amused by my inquisitiveness and interest in her musings.

I then heard the Oak Tree Muse:



I swing. I sway. I dance with the wind.
Soil and rain nurtures my soul as
My roots run deep into the crevices of Mother Earth.
Keeping me connected with all of Creation.
Each day I deal with whatever comes my way.
Even when losing a branch or leaves, I'm rewarded with new growth. 
Witnessing the cycles of life as I spiral towards the heavens above,
Welcoming those seeking safe haven in my trunk and canopy of branches.
Even in death, I shelter those who call me home. 
We Trees are wise old beings settled in our stately ways,
Offering lessons in standing tall and being grounded. 
Listen with an open heart and you will hear the truth of who you are.

I thanked the Oak for taking the time to share her wisdom with me.

Next time you feel a tree reach out to you, I  hope you will open your heart to feel their wisdom as they have much to share.



1 comment:

Stefani said...

Another interesting post - thanks Cathy. I will take the time to notice nature and trees and also feel very grounded when I see the strong roots that trees have laid down. In our other house a big maple tree had such long roots that they were lifting up the driveway - the strength was remarkable. As a nature lover we refused to cut them or harm the tree.