Roots: Which type of root are you like?
Many roots regenerate themselves every year, but their basic structure always remains the same. There is not only one, but four fundamentally different root types. Roots give you stability. Which type are you like?
The free spirit type: Like the orchids, bromeliads or mistletoe in the treetops, the free spirit grows roots with which it absorbs water or thoughts from the air. With its adhesive roots or special antennae such as dish-like suction scales, the free spirit seeks contact and stability.
The harmonious type: Like grass, the harmonious type grows many equally arrayed roots, and relies on flexibility and regeneration. In order to keep the harmony type from getting out of balance, it seeks multifaceted support.
The hierarchy type: Like the plants in the forest, the hierarchy type sets priorities. With order and structure, it creates stability and balance. It can grow down into the earth like the black salsify or the carrot, or form rather flat hierarchies on the surface like the birch or the lavender.
The storage type: Like the potato, the storage type creates many energy stores. While its structure can change rapidly and often undergoes radical regeneration, various stores make up its backbone, which it can intuitively draw upon as needed.