As you may already know we are running out of space in our cemeteries around the world. The Cemeteries and Crematoria Bill of NSW released information that includes new measures for renewable interments, where gravesites will be leased for only 25-years at a time. Meaning if families do not renew the lease after 25 years the body will be removed from the grave and replaced with a new one.
This is already happening in quite a few countries in Asia, with the lack of living space, graves are regularly dug up and replaced with new dead bodies. Skipping back across the globe, 6 cemeteries in London have stopped permitting new burials due to the lack of land space available.
But never fear Urna Bios have come up with a way that not only leaves us with more space but cleaner and greener space at that. With Urna Bios you can reincarnate into your favourite kind of tree.
You can do this is by purchasing the Urna Bios fernery urn made of completely biodegradable materials. Inside the urn is a tiny pine seed, which can be replaced with the seed of any tree that you wish to be.
Due to the intelligent structure of the urn the seed is kept separate from the ashes. The tree grows in the upper compartment, until the urn itself begins to degrade. After time the entire set becomes part of the sub-soil and fertilizer for the tree.
When purchasing the Urna Bios you receive everything you will need for you or your loved one to become a tree. The parts come sperately in the one box until the urn is ready to be used. The ashes are then placed in the lower part of the urn and the seed in the top part with the soil.
Urna Bios recommend planting the urn in a forest surrounded by other trees and vegetation. It is also recommended that the right season is considered when planting and it is a good idea to replace the seed they provide you with either a small plant or sprout.
Perhaps this system isn’t for everyone but you must admit it really is putting the cycle back into the cycle of life.
For more information on the Urna Bios visit their website.