Sacred Trees (video)

In ancient and modern cultures the world over, trees have been considered sacred – worthy of spiritual respect and reverence. Trees are symbolic of the cycle of life and death; for example, “the tree of life.” Tree worship is often seen as a core spiritual practice.

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Sacred Trees