HALLOW TREE

Hallow Tree In2it! Card 1B

HALLOW TREE

“For what is it to die,

But to stand in the sun and

melt into the wind? 

And when the Earth has claimed our limbs,

Then we shall truly dance.”    

Kahlil Gibran

Hallow tree reaches and bends.

Hallow tree is cradled in father sky arms.

Hallow tree is deeply rooted.

Hallow tree is nestled in mother’s heart and belly.

Hallow tree holds onto both heaven and earth.

The large limbs and trunk

match the root system.

Hallow tree matches above and below.

Hallow tree holds the earth.

Hallow tree rides water, sun, and wind. 

Hallow tree dances the storm, the drought, and flood.

If you pulled hallow tree

You are being reminded that you are connected

to heaven and earth.

Re-Member your royal lineage of

Mother Earth and Father Sky.

Like the tree of life,

you serve all:

Worm, Ant, Spider, Squirrel, Deer, Bear, Owl.

Your wisdom connects to

the core of mother earth.

Your presence reaches beyond the sky.

We all come from mama.

You recharge from connecting to the earth.

Just sink into her.

She freely offers her nourishment.

Embrace your power by connecting to Father Sky.

Reach out, extend, be vulnerable.

Take a risk and be human,

You’re an endless cycle of

giving and receiving.

 

Published by

Carola Marashi M.A.

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