Tree of Life: Spiritual Poetry book
Meaning of Tree of Life
Spiritual Poetry. Tree of Life in various religious interpretations, within myths, and as a mystical concept represents the inter-connectedness of all life on our beautiful planet. The Tree of Life connects all forms of creation. The Tree of Life is considered to be the symbol of 'Creator'. Ancient Beliefs: Mayan World Tree The Mayan believed heaven to be a wonderful, magical place on Earth hidden by a mystical mountain. They called this place Tamoanchan. Heaven, Earth, and Underworld were connected by the ‘World Tree’. The World Tree grew at the locus of creation, all things flowing out from that spot into four directions. Explore the spiritual poetry of four elements, four directions, four stages of Life.
Author: Nataša Pantović Nuit
Series: Alchemy of Love Mindfulness Training, #9
Paperback: 90 pages
Publisher: Artof4Elements; first edition
Publication Date: February 14, 2017
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.2 x 9 inches
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I see You, Every time I look into Buddha’s eyes. I give myself to You. Every time I alter one of Your 1,000s names. Honestly & fully I love You. Through Christ and Maria, Shiva and Shakti, Krishna and Radha, With every day that passes and every breath I take. I enter gratitude for receiving Your Love. Obeying Your Laws of Truthfulness and Ahimsa, Weaving Prana With hearts and souls of Gaia. Through mysticism, shamanism, sufism, and ecstatic meditations. I yearn to touch You, to feel You, to be You. Within this amazing Journey of Awareness of Your Consciousness.
Tree of Life, Your Consciousness, Nataša Pantović Nuit
1,000s of doves covered the sky
One of them carried the heart of gold
How come we are not born with the capacity to recognise it?
Spread all through the Universe – in search of the essence
Golden essence of our being
Taken away once long time ago
When a secret became the secret
Of our lives
I found you and I lost you so many times
Within the woodlands of our dreams
Can you explain me why?
Today, I lost you again and again I ask:
How can that be when there is only one of you and only one of me?