– In ancient Egyptian mythology, acacia trees were believed to be sacred and were associated with Osiris, the god of the afterlife. Acacia resin was also used in the embalming process.
– In the Hebrew Bible, acacia wood is mentioned as the material used to construct the Ark of the Covenant and the Tabernacle, as well as other sacred objects.
– Acacia is an important symbol in Freemasonry, representing immortality and resurrection. It is also associated with the concept of the “everlasting arms of friendship”
– the Navajo use acacia resin as incense and in other rituals.
- Acacia trees are considered sacred in many African cultures, and are often used in spiritual and healing rituals.
- Bantu tradition, acacia bark is used to make a decoction that is believed to have spiritual and medicinal properties.
- Latin America acacia is mixed with rue for meditation and healing
- Cultivates inner peace and reduces tendency to get triggered
- Helps to “organize” the mind
- Great topically for its diuretic properties
- Moisturizing to the skin
- Salt baths help prepare the body for spiritual energy and has a diuretic effect
- Symbolizes the purity of the soul
- Deepens meditation when used with sustained inhalation
- Helps facilitate peace during transitions and the dying process
- Increases ability to explore the inner world
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