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The Flower of Life is a geometric symbol that typically consists of nineteen overlapping circles that are spaced evenly apart from one another. The pattern formed by the circles creates images of perfectly symmetrical flowers. Some Flower of Life symbols use as little as seven circles within the design so there are some different variations of the symbol.
The meaning behind the Flower of Life symbol is that it is believed to represent the cycle of creation. It depicts how all life comes from one singular source - represented by the circle in the middle of the pattern.
There is believed to be a secret symbol hidden within the Flower of Life symbol, which is said to hold the most significant and sacred patterns of the universe. It is believed to be a sort of blueprint for all life, with the fundamental patterns for everything from atoms to planets and everything in between.
Architects, artists, and philosophers have known the perfect form, harmony, and proportion. Pagans consider it to be a form a sacred geometry that depicts the basic forms of time and space. Sacred geometry refers to the geometric patterns and laws that create everything in the universe. They believe the Flower of Life symbol to be a visual representation of the interconnectedness of life and all beings.
Flower Of Life Crystal Grid
The flower of life has several advantages. It is best known for the spiritual field. By placing the flower of life in a place favorable to mediation and personal reflection, one can feel vibrations and a soothing atmosphere. We can feel calm, rested; we can make all the negative energies, stress, and worries that accumulate in our daily lives disappear.
The flower of life gives off strong and stable waves, which allow for expression and spreading. It spreads energy that contributes to the harmonization of the environment. Additionally, the flower of life has the virtues of regeneration, balance, dynamism, and protection.
Also, it is said to have protective and conservation properties over food, as it would transmit energy to preserve them longer. We can thus place the flower of life where we store our food, in the fridge, in the cellar, in the cupboards. We can also place this symbol under the plates in which we eat or under the glasses in which we drink.
The unusual characteristics and the virtues of the flower of life have become a sacred figure in many civilizations and cultures around the globe. Beauty, geometrical, and aesthetic perfection, all these symbolize the renewal of life. This geometrical figure, which can be reproduced for fun, consists of a series of circles that are intertwined. The starting point of the flower of life is a central circle which alone symbolizes the original position. The seed is the source of all life.