Ash - Impatient
Impatience with the slow pace of people or life.
Ash will bring balance, patience, gentle healing, healing of the inner child, open to the rhythm of life and being true to self.
The Ash Tree flower Essence brings illumination and clarity to the mind. It encourages considered judgement in times of inner conflict, calms thoughts, and also confusion about one’s sense of identity. Brings harmony and greater attunement to the self and nature.
February 18 - March 17
Those born under the Ogham tree astrology sign of the Ash are free thinkers. Imaginative, intuitive, and naturally artistic, you see the world in water-colour purity. You have a tendency to moody and withdrawn at times, but that’s only because your inner landscape is in constant motion. You are in touch with your muse, and you are easily inspired by nature. Likewise, you inspire all that you associate with and people seek you out for your enchanting personality. Art, writing (especially poetry), science, and theology (spiritual matters) are areas that strongly interest you. Others may think you are reclusive, but in all honesty, you are simply immersed in your own world of fantastic vision and design. You are in a constant state of self-renewal and you rarely place a value on what others think about you. Ash signs partner well with Willow and Reed signs.
MESSAGE FROM ASH: To consciously bring change into your life you must embrace more positive thoughts and habits.
IMBALANCE: Impatience, Irritability, overbearing, nervous exhaustion
BALANCE: Patience, Inner strength, Openness
Celtic Ash Tree Meaning
The ash was commonly used for protective rituals because it was believed that helpful energies were contained within its great body. Specifically, the ash was thought to be the guardian of children, and was often used as a healing agent for childhood illnesses.
Its association with children may come from creation myths within Celtic lore. In some accounts the ash was considered the cradle of life, so too was it considered a gentle giant and a protector of youth.