About the Flower of Life design.

The design or symbol which is referred to as the “Flower Of Life” is created by a series of intersecting circles. The circles which make up this design all intersect at specific angles making a symmetrical design which is banded by two larger circles surrounding the inner design.

 

This design has been found in ancient structures all over the world, and is countless centuries old. One of the most notable of these locations is the ancient Egyptian temple to Osiris, the Egyptian god of the afterlife and resurrection. At this site, the Flower Of Life symbol has been found on the walls and monuments, and has been somehow placed into the stone (flash-burned) in a way which remains unknown to this day. All over the world, wherever it has been found, this symbol is referred to as the “Flower Of Life.”

 

Although this universal symbol has not been studied in a scientific manner, those who have studied it say that it contains within it all the geometry of life itself. Similar to the Fibonacci Sequence of numbers – also known as the Golden Ratio, this symbol seems to contain within it a key to life on the physical plane. Perhaps this is why it is considered one of the greatest expressions of Sacred Geometry.

 

“The ‘Codes of Creation’ embodied upon the walls of the Osirion [temple to Osiris] are keys to understanding our bodies, the continuity of birth, life, death resurrection and the significance of the ‘Shift.’ “ (Braden, p.77)

 

Many other symbols of Sacred Geometry, such as the Tree Of Life, the Vesica Pisces, and the Seed of Life, can all be found within the Flower Of Life symbol. It is a symbol which both holds and emanates great power and intention, and it responds to whatever intention is directed towards it by your thoughts and feelings. In this way it serves as a magnifier of your own creative spark, however conscious or unconsciously you may be of that aspect of your Self. The best way to discover the power and significance of this ancient symbol is to explore it yourself.

References

  • Braden, Gregg. Awakening to Zero Point (Rev. Ed.) Radio Bookstore Press, Bellevue, Washington, 1997 (esp. pages 76 – 91)
  • Melchizedek, Drunvalo. The Ancient Secret of the Flower Of Life (Volume 1) Light Technology Publishing, Sedona, Arizona, 1998. (pp. 40 – 43)
  • www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flower_of_Life
  • YouTube: Spirit Science 6 (The Flower of Life)
The Flower of Life design is a ancient energetic symbol of Life and can be used energetically to enhance anything that you are seeking to imbue with such energy. The different colors in which the Flower of Life symbol appears on the base of our glassware and ceramic-ware energize specific intentions which have been identified in the field of color therapy. The significance of the different colors are:

 

The significance of the colors
Gold: Associated with energetic support for the expansion of consciousness, and biological enhancement on all levels.

 

Rainbow / Happy: Is associated with a joyful, life-affirming consciousness- the energy of joy.

 

White: Is associated with physical & emotional healing.

 

Platinum: Associated with feelings of self-love and self recognition, sometimes referred to as self-esteem.
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Gold Flower of Life, as it is burned into many of the Golden Ratio Products.
Variations of the Flower of Life all contained therein.

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You will find these four different styles Flowers of Life embedded in many of the Golden Ratio Products.