Philo was a Jewish philosopher living in Hellenistic Alexandria, Egypt, of the Roman Empire around 20 BCE to 50 CE. He thought of “Logos”  along the lines of Plato’s “theory of Ideas” or “theory of Forms” . These are related to panpsychism  and the role of archetypes in that consciousness context. For more on that subject, see the post All is Mind.
Philo identified the metaphysical “Logos” with HaShem  (an ineffable name of G-d, Hebrew for “the Name”, Tree of Life). Following these connections is one clue connecting the Kabbalistic Tree of Life with a metaphysics of panpsychism and mystical Jewish panentheism .
Thanks to the Source. A little more info about Philo:
“Philo visited the Second Temple in Jerusalem at least once in his lifetime. Philo would have been a contemporary of Jesus and his Apostles. Philo along with his brothers received a thorough education. They were educated in the Hellenistic culture of Alexandria and Roman culture, to a degree in Ancient Egyptian culture and particularly in the traditions of Judaism, in the study of Jewish traditional literature and in Greek philosophy.”via https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philo#Life