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Some really Interesting ideas emerging ladies and gents! For those people who want a higher definition image here is a link that will allow you to see the doodle in all its glory-

http://flic.kr/p/fndwmn
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Would be nice to hear from the subject, what is perceived as being correct.

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Hi Dutch - I suspect Pete is holding back to give any others who want to 'play' a chance to offer their thoughts too. I also hope to chip in at the end of the week but I think there have already been some excellent contributions. There is certainly more that can be said! Smile
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A person that is very outgoing, sociable and likes to be the centre of attention. A young, ambitious entrepreneur who is facing some important decisions.

A deep thinker who likes to take their time and is prone to bouts of daydreaming

The time taken to source materials for the drawing, and knowing the drawing would be shown to others, indicates the opinions of others act as a strong motivator and pride is taken in how they are perceived by their peers.

Someone who is adaptable and enjoys contributing to the community. Relishes new challenges and is rigid in thinking when under pressure.

Use of a pencil would suggest they are tentative in nature but NOT indecisive. Likes to revisit past ideas and revise them, has a tendency to second guess themselves. However the choice of drawing implement for the coloured leaves has bled a little, showing they are comfortable making snap decisions and will stand firm on a choice made.

Has an affinity to youngsters and is quite a playful character who probably has a desk or work station that is quite messy.

The colours chosen reflect a warm, cheerful and creative person. A balanced character, capable of strategising and assessing options, and NOT AFRAID OF BOLD ACTION.
May have a strong faith but is firmly grounded in the real world and comfortable with the person they see in the mirror. Has a healthy ego and very generous with their time and energy. Can be a little unruly at times and enjoys causing a commotion.

Paying attention to detail is very important for this person.

A very diplomatic person who would make a good negotiator. Values honesty and integrity above all else...... His word is his bond!!!

Has lots of projects on the go at the same time and is reaching for the stars. Some choices or decisions are taking its toll on mental energies at this time.

Believes the past must be preserved and honoured, and takes steps to ensure this is the case in his projects. Was supported in the formative years but without being molly coddled. Has endured personal disappointments and doesn't expect life to be handed on a plate.

Possibly experienced a loss, bereavement or disappointment at around age eleven or twelve. Something positive happened either this year or last year, maybe a birth, marriage or new partner.

Has a passion for art, sculpture, crafts or maybe even cooking. Drawn to unexplained phenomena.

A clear sense of their values, opinions and philosophies in life. Attracted to career which places premium on relationship and communication.

A character that has the traits of Libra and Scorpio, possibly born on or near the cusp.

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I'm finding the fingerprints in the coloured orbs interesting too
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Hi folks, as promised, here is a link to my reading of Pete's exquisite doodle - http://doodlemeatree.com/Wordpress/peter-turner-my-reading/
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Andy thanks for taking the time to do your interpretation of Peter's tree. I found it a most helpful learning tool.

I personally would find it a great benefit if you could put other drawings of trees on your blog, and give us the opportunity of interpreting them, followed by your own interpretation for comparison.

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Hi Ian - thanks for the feedback. That is the plan mate - the next one should go up next week Smile
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Right. I have no idea what this is all about. I've not followed any of the tree threads. I've ignored all other posts. I have just written my first ever tree reading based on my intuition. I read Tarot and that's it. So, forgive me Peter but here's my take on yer tree mate.

The first thing that struck me was the openness of the branches. They open up towards the sky. This is someone who is open and generous. The picture is decorated with stars, this person is a dreamer, a thinker, a creator. Peter has used colour in his ‘doodle’ showing that he isn’t afraid to be different and he has the confidence to carry it through. The colour also shows his creativity and artistic ability. The use of pinks and reds would indicate a strong emotional side that Peter has. Where the branches emerge from the trunk there is some dark shading. Peter has emerged from a darkness to grow and expand in the light. He is exploring many different areas in life but at the same time, isn’t spreading himself too thinly. There is a bold curved line on the right that stretches from the root of the tree towards the right. This is a major demarcation line. There is and area in his life that stems from his ‘root’ that is a no-go area it is closed off or finished. Overall the tree is well drawn with a lot of attention to detail reflecting the type of person Peter is. At the very bottom of the tree we have a dragon like mystical creature and some flowers. I believe that Peter is very spiritual and at home with mother earth.

Accurate or not, that was fun!!!!

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Hi Derek

Your reading reflects my starting premise in presenting tree reading - it is fundamentally intuitive and born out of the way that we naturally encode symbols with meaning! Anyone with a sensitivity to others and keen observational skills can 'read' a person - whether it is their doodles, the way they dress or how they dress a pizza!

Great stuff - I also believe that the imagery in the tarot deck provides an excellent grounding which transfers to other reading systems because it is such a rich oracle with a long lineage. With this in mind, it comes as no surprise that you have found much to say from Pete's tree Smile
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Thanks Andy

I like the look of your book. I think I'll be visiting Lulu shortly, £9.99 is a bargin.

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Having now read andy's very good book, I shall be a little devil and note that there has been some cheeky hot-reading subconciously flowing through a couple of these posts...

would be fun to do another one on here though, but this time maybe Andy could withold the name until after a few reads have been made?

or, I can just shut up! ha
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On 2013-08-22 16:32, IAIN wrote:
Having now read andy's very good book, I shall be a little devil and note that there has been some cheeky hot-reading subconciously flowing through a couple of these posts...

would be fun to do another one on here though, but this time maybe Andy could withold the name until after a few reads have been made?

or, I can just shut up! ha


Oh, that would be fun, right up my street that.
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Great suggestion Iain and I am on the case - I am doing readings at a wedding this weekend so I will cull out a few of the more interesting doodles and post them. One attendee in particular I know well already and they would be perfect for this first test! Smile
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Haven't had time to read much on the Café ... this is a fun thread though!
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Excellent publication and presentation. Thanks for making this available Andy.
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What a fun exercise!

Don’t have the Tree writings, but assuming this is based on the same dynamics as graphology or other “image” interpretation, the thing that first caught my eye was that most of the major lines seem to draw attention into a single area; even the ground itself curves into this point. I also note that the signature, “P. Turner” and “X” are NOT at the center of this region. Of course, this isn’t exactly “cold”, but what I’d say here is that this person is accustomed to directing attention to a particular thing without himself becoming that “thing”.

I don’t look at the colors at all, since the term I’m most familiar with is DRAW me a Tree. This picture constitutes a “mixed media”, and I don’t know how many colors he had on hand. No substantial form is drawn in a color; these are added later as an afterthought. This is someone who just can’t stop tinkering, improving and tweaking, even after the basic elements are locked in. There always has to be “something more”.

I also notice that only one flower has color, the other left plain. Maybe someone who likes to set the form, but then allow the other person to “fill in the blanks”?
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