The Story of a Flower – Part Four

The Story of a Flower - color drawing of branch flowers

…from Seed to Blossom

Part One
Part Two

Part Three

The Story of a Flower - landscape drawing  The Story of a Flower - branch flower and bud sketches

The Flower
The tree branches arch and sway outward from the main trunk. Each branch is covered with vine-like spiraling buds and blossoms that self-reproduce. When a flower reaches a point where it’s ready to drop from the tree and return to the earth, a new bud begins to sprout in the same spot. Some flowers fall into the pod-like cups and float in the sweet liquid nectar. The floating flowers then become edible and are eaten by those who visit the tree. Truly a transcendent experience.

The flowers are known to be among the highest frequencies on earth. They release a soft, luscious scent that reaches far beyond the hill where it lives, attracting soulful beings who come in awe of the beauty of the tree. When inhaling the scent it brings nourishment and coherence to the whole system of who or whatever is taking it in.
color blossom

With aquamarines, sky blues, magentas and pinks, golden delight yellows to brilliant greens/purple combos, the flowers silky petals and velvety leaves all come together to shape the buds and blossoms.   

The Essence
The energy and expansion of this flowering tree, from seed to blossom, is exquisitely extraordinary. The magnificence from the heart center out to the flowering branches, pod-like cups and night sky stars embody and share in the infinite source energy with all.
The Story of a Flower - Flower Painting

The essence for the flowering tree is called e-turn-l-rae-d-aunce.

So now you know the story of the flowering tree that came to be, from the seeds’ conception through to full bloom. The essence has and still is, supporting me on my life journey here on earth in coherence with the seeds’ original blueprint and flowers’ essence.

Thank you for following the four-part story, The Story of a Flower.
With gratitude, for you the gift of a poem.

pre-seed, post-seed,
in between now seed

we grow, we become,
transcend as light seed

sovereign being, light being,
human being joy seed

we are here, light and love,
harmonious we seed


Take a closer look

Young curly haired boy studying flower looking through magnifier lying on green grass.

…at the world around you

Right now, what in your world inspires you to take a closer look? Maybe it’s the words in a blog your writing, the vegetables your cleaning for a meal, the autumn leaves that surround you on a walk. For a child, discovery happens in the moment, there is no past or future. It’s what’s right in front of you in the now. Imagine what’s going through the child’s mind as he views the flower through a magnifying glass. What do you think he sees?

Artist, Rob Kesseler, took taking a closer look at the natural world around him to the next level using photography and phytopia. Phytopia reveals a hidden world lying beyond the scope of the human eye. Through his art, he brings a new perspective to nature’s design for the viewer. It’s beauty, color, texture, brilliant and exquisite design. He shares he microscopic world of seeds in his book in Seeds, Time Capsules of Life. Visit Art the Science blog where Rob shares in an interview what inspires him and the materials he uses to create his artwork.

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Rob Kesseler Seeds  Rob Kesseler Seeds

Imagine this beauty all around us every day even though we are not seeing it with the human eye. It’s there. Wow!


Featured Image: Max-Kegfire

The Story of a Flower – Part Three

The Story of a Flower - Part Three - Tree Full view, full bloom

…from Seed to Blossom

Part One
Part Two

The Seeds’ Knowing
The seed holds a blueprint for its existence; what it is to become, how it grows, how it’s nourished and its purpose on earth. The seed knows it’s going to be a tree that grows tall and wide located in a park on a hill at the edge of a clearing, and near a forest that runs along a stream. On the hill the tree has a clear view of the sunrise and the sunset. The seed also knows its essence is eternal and when the tree reaches full growth it will exist on the earth as long as earth exists to serve, share its beauty and be present.

The Story of a Flower - Part Three - Birthing new lightFirst Light
After the seed’s been in the earthy womb for five human years the foundational roots have grown deep. The beginnings of the trees organic architecture is ready to break through the soil and birth itself into the new light. First light – whoosh – ahhhhhhhh. Though no words can accurately describe the feeling of first light and breaking through, just know each seed experiences this extraordinary happening with allowing.

Growing Into a New World
As the tree takes hold in this new world above ground, there is ebb and flow to the growth cycle. Fast growing with deep rest between each growth spurt – rest and grow, rest and grow. During the growth cycle the tree is introduced to its companion plants, velvety smooth grass and moss that hold and drip the morning dew. There are many companion creatures of the two-legged, four-legged, creepy crawly and winged kind. Nourishing each other, they exchange in the life energy that flows through all.

From the night sky a companion star shares its light with the tree. When the star is high in the night sky the liquid in the pod-like cups glows with luminous light.

The Story of a Flower - part three - four earth quadrdrants

The trees roots grow deep caressing the soil with great gratitude. There are curly hairs that cover the roots receiving nourishment and releasing nourishment back to soil and underground organisms. From the depths of the earth the tree’s roots drink in the pure, clear and cool crystalline waters. Above ground, the roots grow pod-like cups for the flowering branches to drip their sweet liquid nectar into. Animals, insects, earthlings and other visiting souls come and drink from these pod-like cups.

Over the span of four human years the tree’s roots continue to grow thick and deep to the earth’s center. At the center the main root splinters out to create three additional roots. Each of the three roots grow outward to a designated quadrant on the planet producing a companion tree with the same organic architecture as the first. The trees communicate to each other from the earth’s center which acts as a communication hub and is also considered the eternal heart. From the center stabilizing harmonics vibrate upward through the roots to the tree and earth’s surface.

To be continued….

Featured Image(s): Theresa – Seed to Blossom