I then watched the 'Melanie Brear interview Trees : Glastonbury' You Tube above when I discovered the 'Wake Up Screaming' site that I wrote about in this recent post -
On the Write Path?-)
Now all of the above, plus an advert I saw in an
'Ocean Road' magazine I picked up in Byron Bay at my hotel reception area, while staying down there for the weekend of the Byron Writers Festival drew me to visit a tree that I never knew existed until seeing it in the magazine and the tree was in my hometown of Brisbane.
Things Come in Threes?
|Things come in trees in 'Ocean Road' Magazine?-)|
After figuring my trip out to the farm on Thursday night I started talking myself out of going, reasoning I could always go another weekend or Friday.
But then a counter thought entered my head and basically said "Just go!"
Then I reasoned I can't be bothered to drive out and back to see a big tree.
But then I turned the page over in the book that I was reading and saw the big pear tree Jung sat under to practice the I Ching and saw the magazine lying on the floor open to the tree and the farm and thought OK, off to the farm on Friday it is then.
Episode 25 - The Psychology of Divination: a depth approach
Then the latest 'This Jungian Life' podcast came on my iPad and it was about Jung and the I Ching, so that convinced me even more that I had to go for a drive to see this tree and farmhouse.
And I did, but that is for another post, which I will link back to this post when I write it.
UPDATE: Here is that post -
Wolston Farmhouse and Life on the Farm?
Not to mention the bird life (and death) that is around the farm.
But that's for another post -
To See Ourselves Trapped in Our Cage?I think I'll never see something more deep and meaningful as a tree ... a bird ... a kangaroo ... or a poo(h);-)
|Some kangaroos in the next property to the farmhouse|
|A scene from 'Christopher Robin'|