The catalpa tree helps us to express ourselves in all our uniqueness. It connects us to our spirit allies, from angels to fairies and ancestors.
This catalpa tree lives at Swarthmore College – a highly-ranked institution known for its ultra-liberal ideas. The campus is also the Scott Arboretum and the honoring and valuing of nature takes equal precedence with intellectual explorations. Swarthmore is my alma mater; the trees have always been my teachers.
This catalpa tree lives at the entrance to one of the living areas. It encapsulates so much about the energy of the campus.
I love the wild-haired student featured in its main burl – definitely unique and more interested in intellectual exploration than in cosmetic beauty!
Above and to the student’s right is a well-defined portal. It leads – who knows where, for each person – and is surrounded by snake energy – the energy of the kundalini, personal growth and forbidden exploration.
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