You mention that you have been drawing the same tree since you were a child and this tree certainly holds a beautiful child like purity and innocence which you still have. Your tree is up in the air – literally – and it would appear judging from the way you have emphasised the lines at the bottom of your tree that your roots have been fractured or deliberately disconnected – which means that your tree is ungrounded. Perhaps something happen early on in your childhood to uproot you and make you feel vulnerable or unsafe? This is further highlighted by the use of a double line around your tree branches and tree roots.
Do you feel that you have to be very sure of things before you take decisions? You have used the colour turquoise for this and this is the colour of communication which suggests that when you do speak you do so with an openness and clarity. However your drawing suggests that you do not find it easy to share your true feelings easily with others.
There is abundance in your life which is represented by the fruit in the tree. Your fruit has been carefully placed which suggests that you like order and structure – the use of the colour pink indicating that you need to be nurtured and honoured.
There are also 5 pieces of fruit at the base on the right hand side – which relates to your masculine energy. The number 5 is a dynamic number – the number of the traveller – adventurous, persuasive, versatile and adaptable – is this aspect of you now ready to be acknowledged and explored?
The beautiful bird in the tree is facing into the past – there are no branches to support her – however she has an energy of purity and spiritual wisdom that at the moment does not have an outlet. The 2 birds in the sky look like they are watching over the tree – perhaps 2 key people in your life who have now passed over or 2 spirit guides?
Your angelic guidance is to ask Archangel Michael, Chamuel and Raphael to help you to explore ways in which you can create a powerful loving and grounded base to allow you to develop your spiritual gifts.
Drawing translated by Elizabeth Ann Morris, Principal of the Transform Your Life Course for the Diana Cooper School. www.dianacooperschool.com