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Willow - Forgiveness, reconciliation, new beginning

Willow - Salix vitellina

up to 25 m tall tree with rough furrowed, yellow-green bark; trunk branches 3 - 4m above the ground; leaves lance-shaped, finely serrated; male and female flowers in long green catkins.
Distribution: Europe, America
Flowering time: April, May


: personal responsibility, flexibility, reconciliation
Short description: Helps with bitterness, perpetual dissatisfaction, feeling punished by fate
Chakra: Basis Chakra


The essence

Willow is for those who suffer from an adverse fate or have suffered a great misfortune, what they feel is very unfair. They quarrel with their lot, find not to deserve a fate like that and gradually become bitter.


In the end they cannot find any delight in life and also lose interest in things that brought them joy in better times. They complain and blame others for their misfortune. They lay the blame only on the other - never on themselves.


Willow helps to take full responsibility for one‘s own life and make the most of it. Forgiveness, reconciliation and openness to new experiences are the result.

©Dirk Albrodt

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