• uprooting deeply ingrained patterns takes both more time and more effort/energy than i expect
  • there is a difference between patterns that need to be composted/eliminated altogether and those that can be transplanted; sometimes the right pattern is just in the wrong place (like a very thorny but lovely rosebush in front of the access for the electrical main panel); this is important to discern
  • patterns may have multiple taproots or sources that you must discover and negotiate with to release their energy up into the system
  • blood sacrifice is sometimes required
photo above:  beginning to expose the root system of the old rose
photo below:  old rose in new home

10/4/2012 18:59:26

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