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Delicate and feminine "Tree of Light" mandalette.
Intention: I bring light where it was dark. "
Made by hand from a red jewelry string. Adjustable size.
The size of the mandala theme is 14 mm.
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This mandala bears luminous fruit, full of light and strength. It illuminates the darkness and brings brightness where it was dark.
The tree is a symbol of an abundant and self-renewing life. The tree was once considered sacred. Some of the trees were considered oracles, and their voices could only be interpreted by the sages or priests who lived under their branches.
The upward momentum of the tree limbs is balanced by its downward growth. This makes the tree a convenient symbol of connection between different levels of reality: the underworld of the unconscious, the middle world of the earth and ordinary consciousness, and the upper world of heaven or transpersonal consciousness. A symbol such as a tree that connects different levels of reality is called axis mundi, the axis of the world. Axis mundi marks the mystical center of the universe. It is a bridge or a ladder on which the soul can climb to God. The tree can therefore be a symbol of man's relationship with God.
Jung saw the tree as a symbol of the archetype of the self. The self can be imagined as the image of God existing in each person. Jung felt that the tree symbolized each of us as we strive to grow and fulfill an inner image of wholeness that reflects God's perfection.
The phenomenon of the mandala is that it is an image that both affects the subconscious and reflects what is hidden, pushed back or repressed in the subconscious.