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You can think of the Flower of Life as a symbol of wholeness and harmony expressed in its simplest and purest form.
It is not easy to make the flower petals look good at small size but I think we have done a pretty good job here :-)
The Flower of Life is one of the best known and most widely recognized 'sacred geometry' patterns. There are good reasons for this as it provides a key for understanding the basic symmetries of space and time. The center of each circle represents a point of radiant energy, and the boundary of each circle represents its expansion outwards to interact with the fields of all the surrounding energies. Sacred Geometry could be said to be the study of the ways that these energies form patterns in order to balance and harmonize with each other to create higher levels of emergent order. The Flower of Life is one of the simplest and most eloquent diagrams to show the essence of this process.
The geometric fact that 6 circles of identical size absolutely perfectly surround a 7th circle of the same size has ramifications for energetic dynamics at every scale from the subatomic to the supergalactic. The work of Buckminster Fuller (inventor of geodesic domes among other things) contains many profound insights into this triangular/hexagonal grid that the circles create. The golden honeycomb that bees create from the light of the sun is a good example of Nature's use of this pattern.
At the human level the Flower can represent the interdependence of each individual on the web that is woven by the human community. The 12 outer circles are reminiscent of the 12 archetypal houses of astrology, and in many ways 12 represents the minimum level of complexity necessary to create the dynamic possibilities of life.
Patterns of overlapping circles appear in historical artefacts from the 7th century BC onwards; they become a frequently used ornament in the Roman Empire period, and survive into medieval artistic traditions both in Islamic art and in Gothic art.
The name "Flower of Life" was given to the overlapping circles pattern in the 1960s. Probably this was based on the idea of the traditional 'Tree of Life' pattern that can be found within it. The smaller unit of 7 circles has become known as the Seed of Life. Together they form a pattern that can be extended to infinity in all directions and at all scales. Buckminster Fuller called this the Isotropic Vector Matrix, meaning that it was the balance of forces in all directions. I call it the Garden of Life :-)
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For a full exploration and explanation of this important symbol see my book 'Understanding Sacred Geometry and the Flower of Life - a Higher Dimensional Perspective on an Ancient Wisdom Stream' at www.UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com
Here is an extract from the book ~
About Our Products
SacredGeometrical.com is created by web designer, author, and sacred geometry artist Narada Dan Vantari. The 3D designs and all the other artworks here represent many years of study and creative output.
We use 3 companies to print on demand the 3D Geometries and Jewellery, the Clothing, and the Posters. The quality they provide is quite incredible and would not have been possible at almost any price a decade ago!
Our 3D Printed Jewellery and Models
3D printing is a disruptive technology that is changing societies approach to manufacturing almost everything. Along with artificial intelligence and nano-engineering it will change human society as much if not more in the next decades as the computer and internet have done in the last decades!
Our 3D prints are created as 3D computer files and uploaded to the company in New York where state of the art machines (costing around half a million $) are used to print them layer by layer of tiny dots. (Just like a 2D printer going over and over building up a form out of a stack of sheets of paper). Depending on the material the print is then put through other processes, or even used to create a mold that is then filled with the molten metal.
Our Sacred Geometry Clothing Designs