The Tree-Of-Life Story

Physical, mental and spiritual harmony

The UNIQU concept is based on SOULFLOW Tree-Of-Life-theory, which aims to understand and explain the relationship between human existence and our spiritual ethereal soul entity. We believe that the human body (avatar) or any other physical entity acts as a vessel or temporary home for our soul designed to enable personal physical, mental, emotional and spiritual growth through something we call *The Life Experience. All life in turn is governed by the *rebirth cycle, which ensures we can keep evoling our understanding of the universe at large.

"Sometimes people don't want to hear the truth because they don't want their illusions destroyed."

Friedrich Nietzsche

Intuition connects us with the source

*The Life Experience is influenced by our ability to work with our intuition, which teaches us about causality (the relationship between cause and effect), as well as the role, relationship and vibration between heart (love and purity) and ego (selfishness and ownership over both matter and beings).

"Intuition is a soul whisper, a lighthouse reminding us of who we truly are deep inside."

Niklas Christides

Lifeforce is our fuel

SOULFLOW -theory provides us with a means of better explaining the human journey and its many stages from birth to ego growth to spiritual transition and eventually transcendence to the source (oneness). We split *The Life Experience into two worlds, material existence experienced through body and mind, and spiritual dimensions experienced through heart and soul.

We hold ancient knowledge and mythology in high regard, which is partly the reason for choosing birds as the primary symbolic entities to feature in the Tree-Of-Life -story. However, we are not alone in this appreciation, as the ancient Celts, especially their druids, considered birds to be divine messengers who could navigate and flit between the worlds of the living and the dead, which we interpret as the physical and spiritual realms.

"The true laboratory is the mind, where behind illusions we uncover the laws of truth."

Jagadish Chandra Bose

The Life Experience (TLE)

School of life and different stages of experience, growth and enlightenment...

 Soulspark │ Butterfly

The decision and contract of rebirth and entry into the material world. A conscious decision made in the ethereal realm.

 Avatar Bond │ Falcon

Physical birth and avatar formation, early childhood and seeing the world with a new pair of eyes. Active blurring of the ethereal connection and sense of reality shaken, fears and self-doubt start to surface.

 Ego Awakening │ Woodpecker

Ego empowerment and feeding stage, basic needs and wants trigger territorial thinking and selfishness, although still co-dependent. Temptation and confusion, as well as stronger fears keep building up influenced by external factors and behaviour. Keen to utilise any arising opportunities to increase and exert one's own power and domination over others.

 Ego Maturity │ Crow

Dominant ego stage where strong egocentric values, power hunger, ambition, career, addictions, material possessions and exploiting of relationships heavily influence perception of self. Ego seeks to break down any remnants of the ethereal legacy (soul connection), through redefining personal values system.

 Ego Enlightenment │ Owl

Relationship building between heart and ego, ego relaxes and starts to slowly let go, ego plays with the idea that our heart can keep us safe and secure.

 Spiritual Awakening │ Phoenix

Spiritual growth and realisation, as ego lessens its grip more and more, the spiritual world opens up and becomes part of our day to day life.

 Spiritual Maturity │ Dragon

State where ego has largely settled and accepted that our heart and soul represent who we are and our true identity, which in turn allows us to tap into universal insight, knowledge and existence.

7 | Divinity Caladrius

Stage of purity and oneness. We are one with the source, with creation, and are ready to step out of the avatar, to expose the divine light being we are and allow it to shine and lit up all corners of the world.

Rebirth Cycle

Life is just life, it is experiences and tests, through which we strive to better understand ourselves in relation to nature and the creative forces, and to discover the best version of our self. When we understand that things and life are cyclical, and that rebirth is part of life, evolution and progress, we can let go of our root fears like death, because nothing really dies. Life is cyclical, it begins and has an end, and each cycle, like the life of a single individual cell, registers information from its experience that supports our soul's understanding of the universe and life at large.

"There comes a time when the mind takes a higher plane of knowledge but can never prove how it got there."

Albert Einstein

BUTTERFLY │ Soulspark

In our SOULFLOW-theory the butterfly cocoon stage represents the process of agreeing to and signing of *The Life Experience contract. We call this stage Soulspark, as it is the beginning of the human soul journey and metamorphosis from cocoon to winged butterfly.

The butterfly in its form is very light, fragile, elegant and beautiful, as is our heart and soul, full of spirit, virtue, light and joy.

Butterfly Mythology

The ancient philosopher Aristotle gave the butterfly the name psyche (Greek word for soul) and many ancient cultures do associate butterflies with the human soul. The metamorphosis of butterflies is one of the true mysteries of nature. The ability to change form from the crawling caterpillar to the flying adult is truly magical. In ancient mythology the butterfly has also been a symbol of rebirth, renewal, transformation and hope.

FALCON │ Avatar Bond

This is the stage of reincarnation, merging and bonding with the physical form, given avatar. The Falcon associates us with love (human not spiritual), sex, fertility, war, power, riches, beauty and possession.

Falcons are dominant figures, as they are light, fast, mobile, agile and very focused. With their strong wings and body, as well as sharp eyesight, they have been perfectly designed to fly, explore and prey on the vast planes of the visible (outside) world to seek out beneficial outcomes for themselves.

Falcon Mythology

Falcons have acted as symbols of God's prophet and were often nurtured as pets. In ancient Rome the Falcon is present when an eagle is set to fly in flames as a symbol of carrying the dead emperor to heaven.

In ancient Egyptian myth Horus or Heru, was most commonly depicted as a Falcon. Horus was one of the most significant ancient Egyptian deities who served many functions, most notably as god of kingship and the sky. Horus was also capable of taking or manifesting into many various forms at the same time, in which certain attributes or syncretic relationships could be emphasized. Not necessarily in opposition, but complementary to one another, emphasizing the multiple facets of reality.

WOODPECKER │ Ego Awakening

Woodpeckers are dominant, determined and hard working entities, very protective of their territory and kingdom. Woodpeckers are cold and self-centered, difficult to establish contact and converse with, but seemingly successful in claiming ownership and dominating their territory. Woodpeckers are aggressively solitary, and whilst they may allow other entities into their territory, they see themselves as the judge and law.

Like warriors, they peck away on trees to send out a strong sound and beat for all to hear, a clear statement that they own this territory, and that trespassers are not welcome.

Woodpecker Mythology

In mythology Woodpeckers have been associated with loyalty, steadiness and resilience, as well as creativity and wisdom. To emphasize the power of the woodpecker, in ancient roman mythology Picus was an actual woodpecker god and ally of the Roman god of war and agriculture, Mars. Picus was directly tied to agriculture, and the fertility of the soil, which made Picus an incredibly important character in a society so dependent on agriculture.

In Norse mythology the Woodpecker was also associated with war and fighting. The loud hammering sound of the woodpecker pecking was associated with blacksmithing, the beating of heated steel, a war axe in the making, which in turn represented a call to arms.

In Celtic folklore, when woodpeckers would peck away at old dead trees, this was seen as reverence for the dead, which made them both appreciative and curious of this power animal. Further, it is likely that the fondness for woodpeckers initially originates with the Druids, who held the oak tree in high esteem, would have grown to appreciate the acorn woodpecker who chose to solely live in oak trees in solitude.

CROW │ Ego Maturity

The crow symbolizes self-centeredness, greed and power. Thisegocentric stage is all about the illusion of safety and security, as well as control through manipulation and use of both psyche and mind. This state of being is very superficial and heavily controlled by ego with overriding focus on ambition and success, no matter what it takes. One very typical behaviour associated with this stage is the idea that everything and anyone can be sacrificed if it drives one's own interest in *TheLifeExperience.

This stage is also pro-temptation and -addiction, in other words easily tempted by a corruptible mind, which is more than keen to entertain toxic energy-consuming relationships, networks and friendships. The desire for possession, influence and ownership of materia, people, as well as expanding territory is very high and hard to let go off, generally seen as the 'the only right way forward'. This obsession allows the ego to create a string of illusions to trick us into believing and feeling safe and balanced in life.

Crow Mythology

Crows are often associated with greed, deceit and possession, they have appeared in a number of different mythologies over time. In some cultures these black-feathered birds are considered an omen of bad tidings, however in others, they may represent a message from the Divine.

In the Appalachian mountains, a low-flying group of crows means that illness will strike, however if a single crow flies over a house and calls three times it means an impending death in the family. Despite being seen as messengers of doom or challenges, it is considered bad luck to kill a crow. If one did kill a crow by accident it should be buried whilst wearing black clothes.

In Celtic mythology, the warrior goddess and bringer of death known as the Morrighan tends to appear in the form of a crow and meant that she is watching or getting ready to pay someone a visit.

OWL │ Ego Enlightenment

The owl stage is associated with awareness, realisation, connection, appreciation and relationship to nature, as well as seamless, sustainable and balanced organic life. Owls understand and start to feel the dark side of life, as well as places where the Woodpecker and Crow are toally or largely blind to the spiritual side of life.

The owl has faced its shadow side and although not fully capable of understanding it has learned to operate in realms in parallel with the ego. The owl still sees the material world as its playground rather than spiritual dimensions, and therefore is also learning many lessons through illusions brought forward by the superego.

Owl Mythology

Athena was the Greek goddess of wisdom and she was often portrayed with an owl as her companion. In a story by Homer Athena gets totally fed up with the crow, who is a relentless prankster, takes nothing seriously. She ends up banishing the crow as her sidekick and instead seeks out a new companion, the Little Owl (Athene noctua). Impressed with the owl's wisdom, and levels of seriousness, Athena chooses the owl to be her mascot instead. Even coins were minted with Athena's face on one side, and an owl on the other, that is how deeply connected these two entities were with each other.

There are a number of Native American legends about owls, most of which related to their association with prophecy and divination. The Hopi tribe held the Burrowing Owl as sacred, believing it to be a symbol of their god of the dead. As such, the Burrowing Owl, called Ko'ko, was a protector of the underworld, and things that grew in the earth, such as seeds and plants. This species of owl actually nests in the ground, and so was associated with the earth itself.

The Inuit people of Alaska have a legend about the Snow Owl, in which Owl and Crow are making each other new clothes. Crow made Owl a pretty dress of black and white feathers. Owl decided to make Crow a lovely white dress to wear. However, when Owl asked Crow to allow her to fit the dress, Crow was so excited that she couldn't hold still. In fact, she jumped around so much that Owl got fed up and threw a pot of lamp oil at Crow. The lamp oil soaked through the white dress, and as a result Crow has been black ever since.

PHOENIX │ Spiritual Awakening

The Phoenix stage is where the magic starts to happen. There is a strong connection, openness and great appreciation for the spiritual heart and soul dimensions. This stage can be best understood as a holistic shift and type spiritual rebirth. Phoenix could described as the self combusting owl that was reborn as a majestic Phoenix from the ashes.

The fire being symbolic to the life energies that burn those parts of us that aren't pure and aligned with the growth we are now pursuing, the journey of discovering who we truly are. The glowing phoenix bird is radiant, emotional and aware that beyond the ego and material realm lie other spiritual dimension, full of potential and mysticism.

Phoenix Mythology

The Phoenix was a mythical bird and according to some myths it lived in 500 year cycles. As their lifecycle draws to its conclusion, the Phoenix builds a nest and as it sits on the nest, it spontaneously combusts and catches fire, after which a young Phoenix rises from the ashes to replace the old one. Hence the Phoenix is seen as a symbol of hope, regeneration, renewal and the continuity of life, as well as rebirth.

The phoenix was believed to have originated in Arabia, and later became the mythical bird of Egypt and more specifically renowned as the mythical bird of the city of sun, Heliopolis, where it was sacred.

There are various interpretations of how it was represented. Sometimes it was seen as being similar to an eagle, yet sometimes like a heron. Its plumage was red and gold, and the phoenix was believed to have been born in the sun. When it died, it did so in Heliopolis, the temple of the sun. To some scholars the Phoenix represents the cycle of the sun where it sets and rises. Others see it as representing the immortality of the human soul that undergoes renewal through the continuous cycle of death and rebirth.

DRAGON │ Spiritual Maturity

When the Phoenix is ready to gear up and step into the next stage of its development, it realizes that the radiance and fire outside actually originates from deep within. This internal and eternal fire can create processes that empower other beings to go through their phoenix process. As this process of self-realisation takes place the Phoenix grows into the fire breathing dragon that harnesses, protects and distributes lifeforce.

The Dragon also learns to work with, as well as protect the **Akashic Records to ensure the book of life does not fall into the wrong hands.

Dragon Mythology

The role of dragons in mythology depend largely on the ancient culture they are associated with and appear in. In European mythology, dragons are often sinister creatures that must be overcome or outwitted. In the cultural myths of China and Asia dragons often represent strength, protection, and power. In some legends Dragons are elementals or earth-spirits, even gods. Dragons in mythology tend to possess supernatural powers, providing blessings and support to heroes and kings who can defeat or ally themselves with them.

The word 'dragon' comes from the ancient Greek word 'draconta', meaning 'to watch or oversee', suggesting that dragons guard and protect treasure and riches, but not earthly riches such as gold and gems, but rather ancient information and universal knowledge.

CALADRIUS │ Divinity

The state of oneness, where all chains have been broken, where our being is pure and reconnect with the divine, with ethereal source. This is when our light being enters the physical realm in pure form to shine upon all souls and creation.

The higher purpose is also clear and one aligns with that purpose, as creator, champion and protector, all at the same time. The Caladrius has the right to represent the divine, and assist in the healing of the collective.

Caladrius Mythology

In Roman mythology, the Caladrius was a bird with snow-white plumage that lived in the house of the king. According to tradition, it had the power to absorb disease from a sick person. Some ancient tales speak of the bird having such power that if it looked a patient directly in the face they would live, but if it looked away they would die. After drawing out the illness the Caladrius would fly up to the sun, where the disease would be incinerated, and the bird would heal itself in the process.

The manner in which it gave its prognosis represented how Christ turned his face away from unrepentant sinners. For those who repent he turned his face towards them, forgiving them. There are even rumours that the Caladrius myth was based upon a real bird, possibly a dove. In Christian symbolism the Caladrius represents Christ, who is pure white and stainless, being completely unblemished by sin.

UNIQU Definitions

*The Life Experience (TLE) = Intuition governed material and timebound dimensions designed for gathering experiences and behavioral insight

*Rebirth Cycle = Life if linked to rebirth, and the stage between life and rebirth is what we call release and confirmation, what has been learn and experienced is send back into the **Akashic Records. Rebirth constantly takes place even in human avatars at a cellular level, cells die and regenerate. The rebirth cycle is determined and governed by complexity, this is why even stars have rebirth cycles. Rebirth is not only part of material existence, but also crucial in spiritual realm, which is why each soul has its own rebirth cycle and dynamic.

**Akashic Records = Field of energy that holds past, present, and future records of all things. Akasha means ether, something being communicated, elementally or metaphysically. Akashi records are based on energy and information, which is governed and communicated through quontum waves. The Akashic Records are often referred to as the 'book of life' for each individual and they hold records of each thought, word, intent, emotion and deed from point of origin to end of time. The Akashic Records also hold information about the souls purpose, callings, talents and lessons, and each soul has the ability to tap into its own record through its unique frequency. Our intent to heal ourselves will allow access to the parts of the Akashic Records we are ready to associate with. When access to the Akashic Records has been granted we also receive the energy of divine love to guide us on our journey. Because the Akashic Records are very sacred we must ensure we do our bit and put to practice what we learn from these records. It is this universal contract we must honor at all times, because these sacred seeds of light and knowledge are given to us for us to nurture when the time is right. To work with information from the Akashic Records needs to be seen as something beyond duty and responsibility, it is a type of confirmation from the source and divine placing trust in our ability and maturity to carry and understand the deeper purpose of life and existence on a spiritual, physical, mental and emotional level.

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