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What is the Flower of Life Symbol?

Flower of Life
Flower of Life by Paul Bonifacic

Look at the pretty Flower of Life! —Whoa Trippy!

Geometric Abductions by Miles Toland
Geometric Abductions by Miles Toland

Some of you may know what the Flower of Life is, some may have seen the pattern used in tile work or on textiles, like on a blanket in a recent TV commercial, or in Slippin’ Jimmy’s office on the TV show Better Call Saul. I do love the fact that I’m seeing more and more of it, it’s a sign that we’re moving in the right direction.

But what does it mean?

The ancients knew what it meant. The Flower of Life symbol can be found all over the world. It appears to be “burned” into stone at the Temple of Osiris in Egypt and it’s on a sphere under the paw of one of the guardian lions in the Forbidden City in Beijing, China. Even Leonardo Da Vinci studied it according to his notes. But, not only is the Flower of Life from the past, it keeps showing up in crop circles around the world today. What does that mean? Yeah, probably just a bunch of pranksters with nothing better to do 😉 Well, just in case, this designer did a nice adaptation of the Seed of Life on this flag design for our planet Earth. Maybe it will be at a rest stop on Mars one day.

Earth Flag
Photo credit: Oskar Pernefeldt

I was intrigued by the Flower of Life so I did a little digging on the web and ended up reading The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life Volumes 1 and 2 by Drunvalo Melchizedek. I thoroughly enjoyed his viewpoint and has opened my eyes to all of the possibilities of who we are, why we’re here, what we’re capable of and where we come from. Granted, some of it I took with a grain of salt. A very short explanation of the Flower of Life is, it is the pattern of all of creation.

Say whaaat?

Ok, I’ll give one example. We’re all created and exist on planet Earth. We have our iPhones and fancy clothes, maybe a fresh new haircut helping solidify our individuality—our careers, our cars, our families, our ethnicities. We are who we are.

Flower of Life GridNow imagine a three-dimensional sphere with the Flower of Life pattern in it and imagine there’s a bunch of them all connected to each other. Now imagine they are very small. What if this is what is going on all around us, everywhere, through us, as tiny as the tiniest particles and can reach the furthest stars in the universe. Are we all connected? —For real!

We still have our individuality but are we part of something bigger? I like to think of it as an electrical grid, with tiny little wires (or wormholes) all connected to each other. Now when I see someone with their clothes, their haircut, car, job, etc. And I pass judgment and think to myself, “this person looks ridiculous, what a loser, I am so much better than him/her.” What happens? I didn’t say anything. I just thought it. Does that person know what I thought? Do they feel it? Can they sense it on some level? Is this how things actually work? Do our little signals radiate out into the world? What are we saying? What is being relayed back to us?

Ok, now scroll back up to the Flower of Life image at the top of the page and click on it to enlarge it. Just look at it, it’s magical 😛 Now meditate on it for a while. I bet you can tune-in with it and manifest some good stuff! Perhaps there’s more to life than meets the eye ~*~

Of course, this is just a theory, maybe one day we’ll know the truth about the Flower of Life. It looks like some people are well on their way to figuring it out. It may even lead us to the source of an infinite amount of clean energy and many other technologies that would blow our minds, like defying the laws of gravity. If you’d like to learn more about the Flower of Life, these videos do a great job explaining it. And feel free to comment below, I’d love to hear your thoughts.

Also, if you’re interested in a large print of the above Flower of Life art, send a message through the contact form. Smaller versions can be found here.

 

About Paul Bonifacic

Just a creative soul playing my role while watching this drama unfold. I have always been a seeker…of happiness, fulfillment, truth, knowledge and wisdom. After exploring my inner depths and overcoming many obstacles, I have discovered many truths and delights. They have lead to many enriching experiences that keep me wanting more — to learn more, grow more, understand more, and give back more.

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