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Vine - Learn to Lead

Vine - Vitis vinifera

perennial, climbing plant, cut back old plants reach a trunk diameter up to 25 cm, leaves three-to five-pointed, 10 - 15 cm in diameter, flowers in branched clusters, small and green
Distribution: worldwide
Flowering time: May to July

Vine

Keywords: consideration, natural authority, serve
Short description: Helps with letting go the wish to abuse one's power, oppression; when there is a desire for obedience and subservience
Chakra: Sacral Chakra

Vine

The essence

Vine is the essence for people whose leadership skills are suffering from their usurpation of power. They expect loyalty and obedience, working with power and punishment. They try to force their beliefs on others using their authority and if necessary by violence.

Vine

Vine brings the real leadership qualities to light. It teaches wisdom, humanity and to guide and lead others and makes one a teacher,whose students happily learn and follow because they recognize the professional authority and humane handling. When there is a spirit of respect and compassion power and violence become unnecessary, and no one has to be forced into anything.

©Dirk Albrodt

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Mustard - Sinapis arvensis common annual, 30 - 60 cm tall plant; lime and nutrient-rich soil-loving; erect, branched and striated stems with coarse spreading
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