The Tree of Life is a symbol of great spiritual significance. It is central to the Kaballistic tradition at the heart of Judaism where it is understood to be a map revealing the connection between humanity and the Creator. However there is evidence that the Tree of Life predates Judaism and that it is not therefore the exclusive property of any one religion. One could equally say that the Tree of Life describes the relationship between energy and matter, or emptiness and form. Ultimately the Tree of Life offers a glimpse into a matrix of energy, a pattern that underlies all life.

A mirror for life... an invitation to grow...

Ten spheres in a vertical design. Does it represent energy flowing from above to below? Or is it as a tree growing up from the earth towards heaven? A left and a right side are shown around a central pillar: a male and a female side - just as all life is created from the meeting of two halves; a plus and a minus - the flow between opposites, just as every battery has a + and – pole; yin and yang - beyond any specific association the principle of opposites. All sides of life may be placed within the Tree. 22 paths connect the spheres – providing the way for movement and meeting, flow and balance, growth and evolution. As we explore the energies of each part of the Tree of Life we put together our inner world. As we align with the energies correctly we move towards mastership and begin to enter once more into wholeness.

Colour in the Tree

There are many colour associations with the Tree. Through the ages many have suggested colours, particularly for the spheres. Aura-Soma Equilibrium, itself an inspired revelation, brings colour to the Tree of Life in a unique and exciting way. The Equilibrium colour combination bottles map directly onto the paths and spheres of the Tree. Each colour combination acts as a key, opening the door to insight, understanding and experience for its associated place in the Tree. Simply viewing the Equilibrium bottles in the pattern of the Tree has an effect on consciousness. As you explore more deeply the implications of the colour placements in the Tree new worlds of possibility will open up. To learn more consider the Exploring the Tree of Life course...