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In Iran, symbols of sacred trees and plants represent life, health and immortality. In the Baha'i faith, the tree of life refers to the manifestation of God.
According to Buddhist tradition, the tree depicted in the symbol of the tree of life, is the one under which Buddha sat when he attained enlightenment (the tree of the Bodhi).
In Chinese mythology, the tree of life represents immortality. Legend has it that every 3000 years, a fruit growing from a tree makes the one who eats it immortal.
The tree of life appears in the Nordic religion as Yggdrasil, the tree of the world that spans 9 kingdoms, containing the three magical sources of all life: the source of wisdom and knowledge, the source of the past, present and future, and the source of space, the cosmos itself.
In the Quran, the tree of life plays an important role. It represents the tree under which Mary, according to Allah, gave birth to Jesus.
Among the Maya, the tree of life represents the Mundi axis, the stable center of the universe.
In Judaism, the tree of life represents the most famous tree in the Garden of Eden, the tree of knowledge of good and evil, of which Adam and Eve ate the fruits, which led to their expulsion from paradise.
The motif of the tree of life is also very present in Native American traditions, it represents everything that lives on this planet and in the universe. It "beats" the rhythm of life, day after day, year after year, life after life.
Handcrafted in India,this incense holder has been cut from steatite. Otherwise called soapstone, it is both very resistant and very tender.
|Object type||Home fragrances|
|Color||black & white|
|Origin||Handcrafted and fair|
|Patterns & Symbols||Tree of Life|