Dara, Celtic knot


Celtic knot Dara.

The origin of the word Dara is Irish: Dara, Doire, which means ‘Oak‘.

In this, the Celtic knot symbolizes the system of roots of oaks.

Celtic Druids considered the oak sacred. They derived from the language of trees messages applicable in everyday life.

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What does oak represent?
The oak is representative of the strength, the power by its shape, its robustness and its size. It also symbolizes wisdom and destiny. He invites to lead its life with stamina.

The Celtic knot Dara therefore associates all these attributes, representing the roots of the oak tree by its knots. All these knots also symbolize the great source that is our inner strength, as well as the divine resources that we possess.


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