The fruits of the tree look like the cosmic balls on the outermost concentric circle. the flowers of the tree look like the stars on the outermost concentric circle too.

Babaylan Mandala symbolism - as above, so below, the macrocosm is in the microcosm, as within, so without...

Mga diwa/concepts of As above, so belowAs within, so withoutThe macrocosm is in the microcosm… is interwoven into the Babaylan Mandala. It is done by showing stars and swirls, symbols of the cosmos, on the outermost concentric circle and also within the branches of the tree AND with the ground where the tree of life are rooting into.

The outermost concentric circle contains the figures that represent the Cosmos — stars, gaseous clouds where stars are birthed, galaxies, black holes, solar systems.

Although the heavenly bodies of the Universe seem so distant and far away, there is some connection (kapwa) with our physical and non-physical existence. The heavenly bodies and planets within our solar system are made of star dust. All creation on Earth comes from stardust!

The outermost concentric circle contains the figures that represent the Cosmos — stars, gaseous clouds where stars are birthed, galaxies, black holes, solar systems. Although the heavenly bodies of the Universe seem so distant and far away, there is some connection (kapwa) with our physical and non-physical existence. The heavenly bodies and planets within our solar system are made of star dust. All creation on Earth comes from stardust!

This is another aspect of Pakikipagkapwa or Sacred Interconnection.

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