These beautiful designs are based on the ancient Tree of Life
The Tree of Life symbol is prevalent in many cultures throughout
history. In various religious interpretations, within myths, and as
a mystical concept The Tree of Life represents the
interconnectedness of all life on our beautiful planet. The Tree of
Life connects all forms of creation. It is also considered to be
the symbol of 'Creator' as it upholds creation with its plentiful
fruit, protection and regeneration. It is used to show knowledge,
protection, might, bounty, beauty and redemption.
The meaning of the 'Tree of Life' is very powerful and it is
often seen as the Key to Consciousness.
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The tree is seen as a powerful symbol of growth, as the tree is
the only living thing that continues to grow throughout its
lifetime. The tree is also a symbol for the true self and serves as
a positive, healthy model for the unfolding development of both
psyche and spirit. As we grow and develop, a larger and more mature
personality emerges and begins to flower and fruit, providing its
gifts and bounties to the world.
It was beneath the great Bodhi tree, the great Tree of
Enlightenment, that Buddha was said to redeem the whole universe
under its protective branches. Under this World Tree, the Buddha
transformed all negative temptations and energies and achieved
The heart shape represents love and compassion. The heart refers
to the spiritual, emotional, and moral core of a human being. The
two heart shapes illustrate that we are mirrors for each other in
our relationships. The two also symbolize balance:
masculine/feminine, yin/yang, Shiva/Shakti.
The heart at the center of the tree represents the divine that
resides within each of us.
In ancient times, the spiral symbolized the sun. The sun is
all-giving, a source of energy. The spiral is associated with the
spiritual journey of life, and the cycles of time, the seasons, and
growth from the inside out. In life, it seems we pass the same
points over and over again from a different perspective each time.
The spiral is symbolic for coming into being.
There are three interlocking triangles at the top of the tree.
The equilateral triangle represents the eternal, equal and
indivisible Trinity. It’s symbolic of the roots, trunk and branches
that rely on each other to exist. It’s the past, present, and
future. It’s the body, mind, and spirit – all interconnected in
beautiful harmony. The Celtic Triqueta is also known as the Trinity
Knot. The triquetra is a three part ancient symbol comprised of
three interlocked vesica pices, often used to represent people or
concepts in groups of three. For Christians, the Triquetra
represents the Trinity: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit--three persons
as one God. Its three equal arcs represent equality, its continuous
line expresses eternity, and the interweaving represents
indivisibility and unity.
The pomegranate represents creativity, fertility, and the
abundance within. It is often seen in paintings and statues of the
Virgin Mary and baby Jesus. It is a symbol or resurrection and
The crowns on top of the Torah scrolls are often made in the
shape of pomegranates. In the Qu’ran the pomegranate is said to be
one of the fruits in the garden of paradise.
In India, the pomegranate symbolizes both prosperity and
There are seven pomegranates in our design. The number seven is
known to be the number of creation, representing the relationship
between the human and the Divine. Our physical Chakras, referred to
as “vortexes of power”, are the vehicles of manifestation of the
pure cosmic energy; and, in its turn, designating seven different
levels of manifestation of consciousness. There are seven days in a
week, the time it took for the Universe to be created. There are
seven colors of the rainbow. The seven virtues in Christianity are:
Faith, Hope, Charity, Fortitude, Justice, Prudence, and
The words written on the roots help to keep us grounded in the
Truth of who we are and our purpose here on earth: Nature, Wisdom,
Connection, Peace, and Growth.