Blossom, bear fruit, shed seeds.

Blossom, bear fruit, shed seeds.

The Tree of Life blossoms with flowers. It bears fruits. It sheds seeds… YOU are the Tree of Life. So… How do you blossom and unfold? How are your words, thoughts and actions fruits of your life? What seeds are your planting in others life that will take...
More symbols within the BA-HA-LA Tree of Life

More symbols within the BA-HA-LA Tree of Life

Bert placed tattooed the central part of the Babaylan Mandala onto his arm. Here is what he wrote via the FB page: Feb 14th, 2:07am Bert: 3 years na po ako nagreresearch tungkol sa image nato at ngayon nkita ko meron pang facebook page… basta alam ko lang po...
The 4 Elements

The 4 Elements

The Babaylan Mandala has symbols that represent the four elements… Can you see them? Feel them? These elements also represent the archetypes or power roles of the Babaylan—Healer, Warrior/Protector, Teacher/Artist, Sage/Visionary… The hidden power role is...
The HA baybayin the branches of the BA-HA-LA Tree of Life

The HA baybayin the branches of the BA-HA-LA Tree of Life

The branches of the BA-HA-LA Tree of Life are shaped in the waved formed of the baybayin symbol of HA. The baybayin symbol of HA is a curved, horizontal line and can look like the waves of a river or wind.   HA is the first syllable in “hangin” which...
A vision of your highest potential

A vision of your highest potential

Elizabeth Kapu’uwailani Lindsey, first Polynesian explorer and female Fellow with the National Geographic Society, speaks of the wisdom of her Hawaiin indigenous village elders that is meant for her, her people and the people of the world and she shared them at...