Norse Mythology & Yggdrasil

Eir, Norse mythology, healing goddess, viking, mystic - Mental Professionals, Dietikon, Swithzerland
Eir is in Norse mythology a goddess of healing.

Yggdrasil

is The Evergreen Tree in Norse mythology, also called The Life’s Tree and The World Three. The tree follows the vegetation's rhythm of life, and therefore the world tree can also symbolize the whole universe's cycle from creation to destruction. Yggdrasil is also a personified image of our entire nature. This nature exists on all levels. The whole cosmos. Earth. Yourself. The brain, the womb. The cell etc. At all levels of the nature you will find the personalized Yggdrasil. Physical and mental balance, context and awareness.


Male Norse gods

Odin

was the largest and most important god of Norse mythology. Odin was the creator of the wisdom, the wisdom of the wisdom, the magician, the magician and the shaman, the god of death, the god of war, the benefactor and the god of terror, the god of the ruler, and the masked god. Odin's wife is Frigg. He had several sons, among others, Tor and Balder. Odin is the son of Bor and Jotunvin Bestla. Living was the first creative being on earth.


Tor

is the thunder god - the strongest of the gods, writes Snorre in the Edda Saga. Son of Odin and Fjordgyn. Tor has two sons Magne and Mode. The woman Siv is famous for her beautiful golden hair. Tor is one of the most popular gods and one that was most cultivated. He protects against all evil. Tor prevails over air, thunder, lightning, wind, rain and vegetation - and therefore he is also the god of fertility.


Balder

is the love and light god. He is light, brilliant and beautiful and is the one who is most loved by all gods. He is known for his kindness, eloquence and wisdom. Son of Odin and Frigg. Married to Nanna, goddess for joy. Together they have son, Forsete, god for law and order. He makes every fight.


Female Norse gods

Frigg

is the foremost of all the goddesses - the goddess of love and the woman's greatest protector. She is a protector of marriage and childbirth. Frigg is Odin's wife, mother of Balder and queen in Åsgård, as well as the foremost goddess. Frigg provides help and comfort for women at work. She can look into the future and know the fate of all people and gods, but she does not share these knowledge with anyone.


Frøya

is the great love goddess of Norwegian mythology. As the love goddess, she is the Norse aspect of Venus and Aphrodite. Frøya is of habit and promotes fertility in plants, animals and humans. But she was first and foremost cultivated as the love goddess.She is the twin sister to Frøy and daughter of Njord. Frøya is the most popular of all goddesses, and the one that was last grown in the Nordic region.


Siv

was in Norse mythology one of the goddesses and was married to God Tor. She was considered the second most beautiful of the goddesses, after Frøya.Once Loke cut her hair, but Tor forced him to get her new hair of gold. With her golden hair, Siv is almost as beautiful as Frøya.


Eir

is in Norse mythology a goddess of healing. She is described as a "very good doctor". Probably she was the most important goddess of the Viking for healing.

Eir breeds herbs by healing. She knew the hero's secret powers that she could wake up even they died. She only taught women in the healing art, and the only doctors in the Norwegians were women. Goddess for teaching, and was Frigg's maid. The goddess of grace She is the guardian of health workers, called for sickness and injury. Eir is also one of the goddesses of the mountain Lyfia, "To heal by magic", providing physical and mental health, especially shamanic health.


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