Tree of Life
Tree of Life may refer to:
(1) The Tree of Life is the name for the Kabbalists’ diagram of the sefirot.
► Main article: Tree of Life (Kabbalah)
(2) The Tree of Life (cap.) is symbolical of the I AM Presence and causal body of each individual and of the connection, depicted in the Chart of Your Divine Self, of light’s children with their immortal Source. It is referred to in Genesis and Revelation:
Out of the ground made the LORD God to grow every tree that is pleasant to the sight and good for food; the Tree of Life also in the midst of the garden, and the tree of knowledge of good and evil.
In the midst of the street of it and on either side of the river was there the Tree of Life, which bare twelve manner of fruits and yielded her fruit every month: and the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations.
The twelve manner of fruits thereof are the twelve qualities of the God consciousness that man and woman are intended to realize as they follow the initiations on the path of the ascension. These are God-power, God-love, and God-mastery, God-control, God-obedience, and God-wisdom, God-harmony, God-gratitude, and God-justice; God-reality, God-vision, and God-victory.
When the I AM Presence is activated by the Guru, as it was in many through the preaching of John the Baptist and Jesus Christ, it brings to the outer mind the awareness of the Christ consciousness and releases the fruit of good deeds stored in the causal body. Such preaching by the Holy Spirit also forces the individual’s encounter with his lower self and its untransmuted momentums.
(3) The tree of life (l.c.) refers to the lower personality (lower figure in the Chart of Your Divine Self), self-awareness in the four lower bodies, and the tree of selfhood rooted in karma and recorded in the electronic belt. This energy veil, or darkness, is activated by the light of the Guru in order that the soul may choose to cast those subconscious momentums into the sacred fire and seek only the Absolute Good of the I AM Presence and causal body focused in the Garden of Eden as the Tree of Life.
“Tree of life” may thus refer to both the upper and lower storehouses of life’s experiences, each bearing fruit after its kind.
Kuthumi and Djwal Kul, The Human Aura: How to Activate and Energize Your Aura and Chakras.
Archangel Gabriel, Mysteries of the Holy Grail.