How often we also forget that just like the acorn we are a young seed of potential curled up inside a hardened shell of lifes trials and tribulations.
So how does the acorn transform into the Oak? The sacred Druid tree which symbolises transformation, nobility and the gateway into the spiritual mysteries. The Oak which is known for lightning strikes, its twisted and gnarled trunk calling us to venture into the realms beyond. The quote below from Bob Proctor explores the science and nature of the acorn in this analogy.
“Although the acorn may appear to be a solid object, by now you should clearly understand that the acorn, like everything else which appears to be solid, is in truth, “a mass of molecules at a very high speed of vibration.” Within the acorn, there is a nucleus or a patterned plan that dictates the vibratory rate at which these molecules will move. Moreover, the same principle holds true for all seeds. In other words, every seed has a nucleus or a patterned plan within it, which dictates the vibration it will be in and which thereby governs the end-product into which it will expand or grow.
I believe you are all aware of this fact: everything in the universe is governed by a basic law-“Either create or disintegrate.” Therefore, it follows that, if something is not in the process of growing, it must, by the law of its being, be dying. For example, so long as the acorn is kept out of the earth, it is slowly but surely disintegrating. However, as soon as you plant the acorn in the earth, the patterned plan or the vibratory rate of the acorn sets up an attractive force and the acorn begins to attract everything that vibrates in harmony with it. If you were able to observe with the naked eye exactly what is taking place, you would see a “parade” of particles of energy-a never-ending stream of them-marching in a very orderly manner toward the acorn. As they came in contact with the molecules making up the acorn, they would join, marry, become one, and of course, the acorn would expand, become larger, grow.”
So if we take this analogy and apply it to ourselves, what is the seed of our true potential? And are we vibrating or even “planted” in the ground where we can truly flourish?In nature all the elements of sustenance, nurture and potential are all around in the very life force or “nwyfre” that connects everything in the web of life.
By slowing down and allowing ourselves to tune in to our unique soul song we can begin to flourish and grow in harmony with our individual acorn energy!
Walk in beauty and peace