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The Use of Trees as Symbols in the World Religions

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AuthorSally Liya
 
Title of item
The Use of Trees as Symbols in the World Religions
 
Volume
4
 
Pages
41-58
Parent publication   Solas
 
Publisher of this ed.
Donegal, Ireland: Association for Baha'i Studies English-Speaking Europe
Date of this edition 2004
LanguageEnglish
Permission editor and publisher
Posted 2012-02-02 by Jonah Winters
Classified in Published Articles
URLbahai-library.com/liya_trees_symbols_religions
Abstract The tree is a universal symbol found in the myths of all peoples. This Jungian archetype figures in dreams; symbolizes growth, unfolding, shelter, and nurture; is regarded as the gatekeeper to the next world; and is a metaphor in Baha'i scripture.
Notes See also a PDF of the complete issue of Solas 4.

Mirrored from breacais.demon.co.uk/abs/solas.

Tags Tree symbolism; Symbolism; Interfaith dialogue
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