Symbols - What does heaven look like
Wood has different symbolic meanings depending on the system within which it is being used.
In eastern symbolism it is one of the 5 Chinese elements and is symbolically the beginning of any cycle of change. The alternative name for this stage is 'tree'. It is a time of growth. In the spiritual path it corresponds approximately to Dawn. The corresponding colour to this stage is Green see the 5 Chinese elements correspondences
See also Tree.
Its colour too aids this symbolism as brown is often used to symbolise Earth.
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