Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Flower of Life Symbol: An Angel Message

Some of you may be familiar with the Flower of Life. I first heard of it in the mid 90's while attending the Conclave of Archangel Michael in Banff, Canada.  I recognized the flower as one I doodled as a child.  Little did I know that it was one of the oldest symbols known to man.  The Flower of Life was inscribed on Pyramid walls by the Egyptians over 6,000 years ago.  The simple visual symbol can be found in temples, art, manuscripts and cultures from all over the world.

As you can see, the pattern of  overlapping circles forms the Flower of Life, that so beautifully illustrates the inter-relatedness of all that Life weaves together in an infinite six-petaled flower pattern.  It you look at another way, you can see its comprised of repetitious ribbon like straight lines that move in multiple directions.

Leonardo da Vinci studied its form and mathematical properties.   Throughout history, artists, architects and philosophers have known the Flower of Life symbol for its perfect form, proportion, and harmony.

Several weeks ago,  DaVinci's Flower of Life Challenge turned up at a neighborhood yard sale.  I would have missed it, but my son pointed out the board game on a table just as we were about to leave empty-handed.  A bit of synchronicity was at play as he had been reading a book on Leonardo daVinci.

The Flower of Life is a  simple visual reminder that everything is connected to everything else.  Every person is connected to every other person.  Some connections are more obvious than others, but everything relates to everything else.  So what we do to another, we do to ourselves, on some level, as we are all part of the whole.

This morning while out for a walk, I spotted Dan Brown's DaVinci Code in the little library book box window as I passed by.  More synchronicity, the language of the angels, abounds in our little neighborhood.

Enjoy your day with the angels.  Everything we do and think sets energy in motion and shapes what will unfold somewhere within our life. My goal is to be more loving and kind.  By the way, years ago my husband was shown, if he squinted, he could see a tiny six-pointed star formed in the center of each Flower of Life.  I loved the reminder that we are all Light.

Love and joyful blessings,

Rae Karen