The Flower of Life originates in one circle and all other circles are built up around that. That means you begin by
drawing one circle and then continue drawing all the other circles around it. This symbol of the Flower of Life belongs to Sacred Geometry which believes
that all life is part of a divine, geometric plan. All structures known to us are following this plan. Evidently, the Flower of Life is a very important
geometric symbol. I will elaborate on this thought further on.
The Star of David, one of the most sacred ancient symbols in human history, is a holy symbol in the Jewish tradition as well as many other cultures and religious traditions.
The hexagon shape symbolizes the union of opposites that creates life itself: the fusing of male and female, of heaven and earth, and of light and darkness.
Sometimes referred to as the “Merkaba Vehicle” (the divine light vehicle used by ascended masters to connect with and reach those in tune with the higher realms), the Star of David is a multidimensional vehicle used to strengthen our connection with Source. It allows incarnation to and from the spiritual plane into earthly experience.