Christmas is the season of joy and happiness. Although the festival commemorates the birth of Jesus Christ, the celebrations are not limited to specific regions or even communities. It is a worldwide festival in which everyone participates and sends their best wishes to family and friends. Indeed, the Christmas tree has a special place in most homes, offices, and commercial establishments. In some texts, this is referred to as the “Paradise Tree.” While trees are a natural part of our environment, they also play an important role in many world myths. The sacred fig (Ficus religiosa) and the banyan tree (Ficus religiosa) played important roles in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. In Jewish tradition, the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil and the consumption of forbidden fruit represent the coexistence of good and evil in the human mind.
A Holy Tree
The Christmas tree is decorated with fruit, flowers, lights, candies, chocolates, toys, and other items, but it is also decorated with spiritual symbols, images, and idols. The top of the trees represents Angel Gabriel or the Star of Bethlehem, the storm symbol that drives away negative energies and powers.
According to Vastu Shastra, the Christmas tree has tremendous value and can provide a positive at home and in your workplace.
Here are some vastu tips on where to place this important element:
1.You should place your Christmas tree in the north of your home. It can also be maintained in the northeast and east directions
2. According to vastu, the Tree can help you bring good luck and positive energy into your home.
3. According to scientific evidence, the tree emits significant amounts of oxygen while emitting very little carbon dioxide.
4. The Angel Gabrielcan symbol boosts the energy in your home.
The tree can be replanted in your garden after Christmas (January 5th), as it provides excellent fodder for garden animals.