In Norse mythology, The great tree of Yggdrasil is located in the middle of Asgard, where the Gods and Goddesses lives. The branches stretches out over all of the nine worlds and extend up and above the heavens. This giant tree supports the Universe. It is well known as the Tree of Life, and it is an eternal green Ash tree.
The Tree of Life is a universal symbol found in many spiritual and mythological traditions around the world. In various cultures it is known as the Cosmic Tree, the World Tree and the Holy Tree. The Tree of Life symbolizes many things, including wisdom, protection, strength, bounty, beauty, and redemption. This wise and holy Tree sustains creation with its abundant fruit and protection.
The Tree of Life is also known to be a relational matrix of ten divine emanations through which God creates, sustains, and directs all worlds.