“Learn how to see, Realize that everything connects to everything else.”
Leonardo Da Vinci
The Flower of Life is the most important structure for me from Sacred Geometry. I love looking at it and when you draw it and enjoy the infinite interconnection between each circle, forming a petal of the next flower and the next one and so on, it is not difficult to interpret it as the essence of Creation, which Sacred Geometry highlights and amazes me every time.
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Beyond any historical theories and studies such as those of Leonardo Da Vinci that you find out there, for me it has such a deep meaning when you compare it to the Planet Ecosystem that works together as a one whole, this pattern shows for me that We are All interconnected at the core of our inner Nature, each one of us and everything else within the sphere of Creation. If we do not take care of each other, by respecting our diversity, if we do not care for our environment, by following the guidelines to live sustainably, as per all the information that we have today, we suffer the consequences whether consciously or unconsciously, directly or indirectly.
Some months ago I felt an internal desire to draw it again, but after I manifested the drawing, I did not know how to proceed with the colors so set it aside and until just before New Year’s Eve, I “accidentally” found it again and because of its meaning it gave me the motivational push to overcome my anxiety and blockage which I had gone through for a while. You can read my blog post HERE. Mandalas, as well as any Sacred Geometry pattern, are such useful healing tools to help us balance our well being, which I always recommend.
I thanked the Universe for such perfect timing to start the New Year manifesting such a beautiful Reality that I wish to see live around the World. It could easily be a symbol to remind us of the importance to become better global human beings by forgiving one another and take care of our beautiful Home, Mother Earth, for our children to enjoy a peaceful and beautiful World.
The origins of this symbol are still discussed today but there are examples of sculptures from Ancient Egypt and older ones as shown in the Metropolitan Museum from Iran as old as 1100 BC.
If you would like to have more information about The Flower of Life and its different meanings according to different cultures and religions, you can check these two links that have much useful information.
Flower Of Life – Ancient Pages