This is the flower of life – a sacred geometric symbol spanning cultures and centuries. It embodies divine unity, creation, transformation, and enlightenment.
This symbol is made up of 19 circles and 36 arcs, enclosed within a larger circle. Within it, you can find numerous other sacred symbols, including the seed of life, the egg of life, the fruit of life, the tree of life, and Metatron’s cube.
The flower of life is proof that sacred geometry is a universal language!
Ancient cultures around the world included the flower of life symbol in architecture and design. How this same symbol has been found in so many locations, thousands of years apart, is a mystery.
Realizing that the concept of unity is inherent to human consciousness is the key to solving the mystery!
In this blog, I’m revealing:
When you put these puzzle pieces together, you see that the flower of life is the blueprint of creation and we have the power to create a better world for ourselves and for future generations!
Not only is the flower of life symbol beautiful, it is incredibly significant in mathematics, science, and quantum physics.
The flower of life is often seen as a representation of the womb of the universe. Five days after fertilization, a human egg enters the blastocyst stage which is often compared to the flower of life symbol. There are 19 circles in the flower of life symbol and the number 19 is the number of protons in the oxygen atom, which gives us life!
The flower of life contains the five Platonic solids, which are geometric shapes found throughout nature and associated with the five elements: fire (tetrahedron), earth (cube), air (octahedron), quintessence (dodecahedron), and water (icosahedron). World leader in unified physics, Nassim Haramein, conducted research that showed that the 3D flower of life pattern can be used to describe the gravitational field of any object. (1)
These fundamental truths make it even more incredible that ancient people across the globe harnessed the power of the same symbol. The presence of the flower of life in ancient architecture and design suggests that these cultures understood the interconnectedness of all things at a level that surpassed their scientific abilities at the time.
Here are 5 ancient examples of the flower of life around the world:
1. Sumerian Flower of Life from Lagash, Sumer (2450-2350 BC): This flower of life artifact is found in the Pergamon Museum in Berlin, Germany. It is thought to be one of the oldest examples of the flower of life in the world, preserved from an ornamental alabaster wall stele. The Sumerians were a highly advanced Mesopotamian civilization that made significant contributions to art, architecture, science, and mathematics. The Sumerians were also the first people to develop a writing system. (2)
2. Temple of Osiris in Abydos, Egypt (~1300 BC): The flower of life can be found carved into the walls of the Temple of Osiris in Abydos, Egypt. This temple is one of the oldest known examples of the flower of life. This was a sacred place for ancient Egyptians and it is believed that the flower of life symbol was used in initiation rituals and other spiritual practices. (3)
3. Buddhist Temple Pitalkhora in Maharashtra, India (200-100 BC): The flower of life is carved into an archway of the entrance to the Chaitya hall, which is the main worship hall of the temple. It is one of the oldest known examples of the flower of life symbol in India. The carving is surrounded by other geometric patterns and Buddhist symbols, which suggests that it was an important part of the temple's design. (4)
4. The Forbidden City in Beijing, China (1420 AD): The flower of life symbol can be found underneath the paw of the Fu-Dog, also known as “the guardian lion” statue, at the Forbidden City palace complex (also home to the Temple of Heaven and Earth). 24 emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties resided there. The Fu-Dogs were symbols of protection and guardians of knowledge (perhaps including how universal energy works). (5)
5. The Golden Temple in Amritsar, India (16th century AD): The flower of life symbol can be found on the walkway around the Golden Temple, also known as Harmandir Sahib or “the abode of God.” It is one of the holiest shrines of the Sikh religion and its four entrances represent the importance of acceptance and openness in the Sikh religion, welcoming all visitors regardless of their background or beliefs. The flower of life symbol reinforces this message of unity and interconnectedness. (6)
The prevalence of the flower of life symbol around the world throughout time shines a light on the universal quest for meaning and purpose. It’s a reminder of our interconnectedness, our potential for transformation, and the beauty and order of the universe. Similar to the way the smaller circles in the symbol are surrounded by the large circle, we are all part of something much larger than ourselves.
Unity consciousness is a state of awareness in which we recognize our oneness with all beings, from the smallest particle to the largest galaxy. It is a state of love and understanding. When you experience unity consciousness, you see the world through the eyes of others and have true compassion.
The flower of life can help you cultivate unity consciousness in a number of ways. The sacred symbolism can help you cultivate an inner awareness of the beauty and potential in the world and within all beings. When you recognize the patterns of the universe, it expands your connection to unity consciousness and you begin to perceive how everything is connected and appreciate the Divine spark in everything.
Sacred geometry provides a way for people across time and space to visualize and connect deeply with the invisible codes of the Divine that are the source of all energy and life. Learning how so many cultures imagined and worked with the flower of life can help us heal our divisions and bridge our differences whether it’s culture, race, religion, etc. This gift of perspective can help us connect and work together to create a more harmonious, peaceful world.
Here are 3 powerful ways you can connect to the flower of life:
Meditate and activate. The flower of life is a powerful symbol that can help you to connect with your higher self and to the collective consciousness. To meditate on the symbol, simply connect to your breath and visualize the flower of life in front of you. Imagine that you are surrounded by the symbol and that its energy is flowing through you, activating the Divine wisdom in every cell of your body.
Create a sacred space. The flower of life symbol can be used to create a sacred space for meditation, yoga, or other spiritual practices. To create a sacred space, simply place a picture or carving of the symbol prominently in your space. You can also create a crystal grid with the flower of life.
Infuse your water or products. You can infuse water or products you use daily (like perfume) with the energetic codes of the flower of life. Simply place your water or product on the symbol and set your intention for the Divine codes of the symbol to imbue it with Divine codes.
The universe is a complex and dynamic system that is constantly evolving and learning. We are all a part of this system, and you play a pivotal role in nurturing an optimal system when you choose to evolve and learn.
By better understanding the patterns of the universe, you can better understand how to harness those patterns to help create a brighter future.
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1. Haramein, Nassim. “Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass.” ResearchGate, April 2013. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/302941651_Quantum_Gravity_and_the_Holographic_Mass.
2. “Sumer - Pergamon Museum in Berlin.” Sanjin Đumišić, December 3, 2013. https://sanjindumisic.com/sumerian-artifacts-in-berlin-pergamon-museum/.
3. “A Brief Story about the Flower of Life and the Platonic Solids.” Creation Arts, January 25, 2015. https://creation-arts.com/2015/01/a-brief-story-about-the-flower-of-life-and-the-platonic-solids/.
4. Manninen, Marko. “Artifacts of the Flower of Life .” researchgate, 2015. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/326589177_Artifacts_of_the_Flower_of_Life.
5. “Fu Dog Sphere.” Flower of Life mystery, October 16, 2014. https://floweroflifemystery.wordpress.com/na%CC%88ytto%CC%88kuva-2014-10-16-kello-16-21-13/.
6. Uhrová, Elaviel. “Flower of Life Symbols Found in India & Other Locations.” AS Templates, September 23, 2008. https://probud.se/posvatna-geometrie/695-flower-of-life-symbols-found-in-india-a-other-locations.