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The Trunk is Our Center August 14, 2009

Posted by Carole Lynne in Feeling Better, practical action, Spiritual Awakening, Spiritual Priority, Uncategorized.
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P1010035 Bayon Tree 2 cropped


This picture, of the largest banyan trees on the Hawaiian Islands, inspires us to think about the many branches of our lives.  Like these branches, our lives are growing in many different directions. We go to work, we take care of kids or grand kids, or we are single and involved with  many friends. Some of us go to school and others are out of work and looking hard for jobs.  Others are old and coping with the challenges of old age. No matter what life is like and no matter how many directions the branches of our lives are taking us, we need to stay in touch with the center: the trunk of the tree.  Let us image that the trunk is the center of ourselves and the branches only our activities.

When we become too obsessed or involved in any activity in our lives, we lose touch with the center and we become unbalanced.

We must center ourselves in the trunk of the tree.

Psychic Medium and Inspirational Author Carole Lynne





1. jasonnelsoncoach - August 14, 2009

Hi Carole, I think you’re absolutely right. When we focus too much on our branches instead of our trunk, the branches grow out of control and imbalance our tree. It’s important to center ourselves to stay balanced. I look forward to reading more of your posts!

Carole Lynne - August 14, 2009

Thanks for your comment Jason. I like your image of the branches out of control.

Carole Lynne

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