Cauldron meaning - Cauldron not just only symbolise goddess but it also symbolise womb, earth, healing, tranformation and abundance
- Height - 4 Inches approx
- Dia - 4.5 Inches approx
- Use - Can be used to burn incense on charcoal (put some salt or sand before placing charcoal in the cauldron ) Used in divination, burn bay leaves in it , burn petition etc
- Cauldron can be used to make herb blends, simply add desired herbs and massage it with your fingers in the cauldron while speaking to the herb spirit to invoke their powers
- You may light the candle by placing it in cauldron (when doing shadow working or healing work or creating something new , can be used in new beginning rituals)
Tree of life symbol - While the branches reach for the sky, the roots permeate the earth. For the ancient Celts, the Tree of Life symbolizes balance and harmony. Spin this symmetric Celtic symbol 180 degrees and its appearance remains the same.
Known in Irish as ‘Crann Bethadh’, this Celtic symbol represents the belief of the close association between heaven and earth.
The Celts believed that the trees were the spirits of their ancestors, providing a link between their earthly life and the next.
The Celtic Tree of Life symbol represents strength, longevity and wisdom, all of which were attributes that the Celts revered.
They also believed that the tree symbolized rebirth (they would have witnessed it shed its leaves in fall and grow new ones in spring).
The Celtic tree of life symbol also clearly shows the link between every root below the ground and every branch above