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Tuesday, December 28th, 2004
9:10 pm
What a gift!
A client and fellow tree-reader brought me a book called "Assessing Personality Through Tree Drawings" by Karen Bolander. It has a copyright date of 1977. It's absolutely the best tree drawing analysis reference I've ever seen. 399 pages of straight TREE READING! She had a heck of a time finding a copy, but she found two! God bless her! I can't wait to tear into it!

Genie a.k.a. Mezmera
Thursday, December 16th, 2004
7:54 am
In regard to my last post
I figured out what that odd broken branch is, I think. I think it is a particular person who has been a real "thorn in the side" for my client. Because a broken branch usually represent a loss, death, etc., I couldn't see outside of that "definition" to think what else it might represent. But I think I've got it now.
Friday, December 10th, 2004
12:19 pm
I wish I'd found your community before I blasted you with all those comments. What a relief to find another tree reader!!!! Now........if I could just figure out how to post a tree when I need insight! By the way, here's my hypnosis community if you ever care to swap scripts, ideas, or techniques: http://www.livejournal.com/community/hypnoscriptswap/. Please don't give me flak for using scripts, I've had enough of that from other LJ users. You'll see that I'm the only one who's ever posted there. But I don't care. I do a lot of work on my scripts and hypnosis preparation, dangit, and I hate to see them just collect dust. Back to tree reading. HI!!!!! I'm so so so excited. I really hope you have time to chat trees with me. I'm pretty confident with my skills in tree reading, but I know I could learn more. I just had a tree with a feature I wasn't quite able to figure out, I hope it comes to me soon because I feel it's important. In the heart of her tree, you know, the center from where all her branches extend, she has what appears to be a broken branch. Now, she claims to have suffered no loss, death, or anything like that in the last year or so. I wonder if it goes back to her earliest childhood where she, in a way, "lost" her mother. She did draw a blackened knothole at the base of her tree--I interpreted this as her tumultuous beginnings in life and representing the "loss" of her mother. She has no memory of her birth-mother--no conscious memory that is. Her mother didn't die, but she did go away. Anyway, I feel that I need to find out what this broken branch represents. If it had been drawn on the "past" side of her tree-top, I'd KNOW it was her mother. But it's dead center, almost camoflauged, but quite clear once you are aware of it. It doesn't point to the "past" or "present", it goes up, towards the "here and now." But it's very stubby. Any thoughts? She is currently separated from her husband, but hasn't made a decision on whether or not she'll be going back to him. She's very torn. I don't think this is her marriage or separation--especially since the separation was her idea.
Tuesday, June 18th, 2002
12:11 am
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