The Willow Robert Johnson

Hans Christian Andersen – 1861 The Sparrow had heard it from an old Willow-tree, which stood close by a field of … which, when ripe, look like so many little canaries sitting on one branch.

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The Willow Robert Johnson

The Celtic meaning of willow has a long history of symbolism associated with metaphysical and ritual practices. Specifically, the willow wood has been (and still is) used in ceremonies intended for enhancement of psychic abilities, honoring the moon as well as increase the essence of love in our lives.

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Willow Robert Johnson Artist

Willow gives a glimpse of herself The willow tree’s association with the moon comes from the lunar influence on water, including tides. Fast-growing and long-lived, the weeping willow is ubiquitous in cemeteries, where its drooping shape is reminiscent of a grieving human. The willow’s regenerative properties, associated with everlasting life, mean that it can be…

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