Tree of Life - Kabbalah

The L0veVibe Global Meditation of Sunday October 18, 2009 focuses on the symbol of the Tree of Life or Kabbalah. We invite you to integrate this idea into your regular meditation practice, or even to devote your session to it. Contemplate it, feel it, paint it, sing it, experience it and -most of all- Love it.

Please remember the purpose is connection, so if you do not resonate with a symbol presented here, then feel free to choose your own. Why we are choosing this symbol is explained in the post Inspiration.

As a metaphor for the Connectedness of all Life and our common descent from Source through ongoing Manifestation of Diversity and Unity, the Tree of Life has a place in the world's mythology and theology.

The Tree of Life represents the never-ending Cycle of Life, hence Immortality, Fertility and the Ageless. The Egyptians refer to a tree on the threshold of life and death, connecting the two worlds.

The Tree of Life is one of the structures within Sacred Geometry. Starting from the Seed of Life or the Flower of Life, 10 nodes are selected that form, together with the connecting lines, the Tree of Life:

The 10 nodes are the ten attributes through which All-That-Is reveals Itself (allows Itself to be perceived) or how the Limitless takes on limitation. The Kabbalah studies the Divine Relationship between the Infinite and the resulting finite entities, aiming for the Nature of the Paradox between Eternal God and mortal Human.

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