The maple tree can help with dream interpretation and in finding hidden wisdom in the meaning of life or in dream situations. The maple tree reminds us that our thoughts create our reality. Working or connecting with the maple tree can help you find balance. Healing Properties of the Maple Tree– Maple syrup was first discovered by the Native Americans and then the tradition was passed down to European settlers in North America. Natives communicated with the trees and learned that maple trees draw sap up from the depths of their roots to survive the harsher winter months. The natives knew that by tapping into the tree in spring, they could catch the sap that flows downward through the tree to replenish the roots, into hollow bark vessels. This was then boiled down to make sweet syrup. When you consume maple syrup, you are literally connecting with the balancing medicine of the tree. Maple products have the power to align the yin and yang. The maple tree loves to connect with and to nurture humans and therefore showing kindness to the tree is mutually beneficial. Its flowing sap is a reminder to allow our emotions to flow in cycles and to recycle excess energy into positive things. Maple syrup not only tastes good, but it also contains antioxidants, vitamins and minerals that are known to helps alleviate inflammation issues and improve digestion. It is also thought to help keep your skin healthy and to protect the body against cancer. Maple syrup is a great alternative to artificial sweeteners. Meditating with the Maple Tree-Work with the maple tree to balance your own yin and yang energies. It is a talkative tree, so keep a notepad handy to jot down what this amazing tree has to say. They can live up to 400 years, so Maple tree wisdom is worth listening to. You can also ask the maple tree to ground you and align your chakras and aura.