Whispers of the Sacred Trees: A Dance on the Path of Divinity. A journey untold.
Dedicated or Set apart for the service or worship of a deity. A tree sacred to the gods.
Beneath the Bodhi Tree. Unveiling the Enlightenment of Siddhartha
Linda, sacred tree of the celts, once the pride of european tribes and populations for its healing powers, herbal tea and fragrance. Sos trees indeed!
Sacred trees in the Middle East. Examples and symbolic significance. Cedar of God, olive tree, Terebinth, date palm, sycamore
Whispers from Ancient Leaves: Sacred Fig Trees in World Traditions
Peepal Trees in Jainism. Branches of Devotion. Parshvanatha’s Enlightenment
Parshvanatha, The Serene Sage of Spiritual Transformation. Life, awakening, austerities, self-realization, Ahimsa, compassion
The Sacred Significance of Peepal Trees in Hinduism. Rooted in Reverence
Sacred trees in ancient scriptures. Tree of Life, Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, Bodhi Tree, Asvattha Tree, World Tree
What is the tree of life in ancient scriptures, stories and myths. In Sumerian culture and eastern traditions
The sacred fig tree, scientifically known as Ficus religiosa
The sacred fig tree known as the “Ashvattha” or “Peepal” in the Bhagavad Gita
Sacred trees around the world and their symbolic significance in Africa, Middle East, Asia, Madagascar, South and North America, Australia and Europe
Sacred trees in Madagascar and their spiritual significance. Baobab, Tamarind, Ranomafana
Sacred trees in Australia and their symbolic significance. Wollemi pine, Ghost gum, River red gum, Boab
Sacred trees in Asia and their symbolic significance. Bodhi, Pine, Banyan, Sakura, Peepal
Sacred trees in Europe from Greece, England, Ireland, Azerbaijan
Sacred trees in South America and their symbolic significance. Ceibo, palma Christi, coca, jatobá, palo Santo.
A Love Poem for the Sacred Tree. Beauty is a joy for ever. And so is wisdom and wit.
Sacred trees in Africa. Examples and symbolic significance: Baobab, Iroko, Mango, Neem, Tamarind
Sacred trees in history, culture, tradition, religeon and spirituality.