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Pattern ~ 365 Photos Challenge #117

This is anthurium, one of a kind of flowers from plants planted in the garden from my oldest sister’s house. In general, anthurium is divided into two types namely anthurium leaf and anthurium flowers. Anthurium leaves have an allure, especially from their special leaf forms. While anthurium flowers more highlight the diversity of flowers both hybrid and species. Usually the type of anthurium flowers used as cut flowers for flower arrangement.

As I watched the beauty of this flower carefully, what immediately caught my attention was the beautiful pattern that became a close part of the Flower of Life, part of the Sacred Geometry. The Flower of Life is something you’ve seen before. It is a common symbol for many spiritual and religious teachings around the world. The Flower of Life has been found in various parts of the world in various religions. It is one of the oldest sacred symbols known to man.

Sacred Geometry is the union of two dynamic aspects as well as being an integration. Nature is fundamentally made up of the dualistic geometry as we all know. As we live in the order of duality, Sacred Geometry clearly shows both. Sacred Geometry has both contemplative and practical sides, that looks real and disguised, intuitive and intellectual sides, all of which are left and right brain activity. Sacred Geometry has a symbolic value, like music that sounds good so as to facilitate the evolution of the soul.

Understanding the Interest of Life greatly helps us to recognize how the Universe works. It can be used as a means to connect oneself during meditation, and also as a powerful symbol for use in your daily life. Some even say that using these symbols on electronic devices can help to dispel the dangerous frequencies emitted by these electronic devices. Overall, it is a remarkable reminder that we are all connected, to each other and to everything in the Universe.

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  1. Albert, you’ve once again caused my wheels to spin. I am trying to fully grasp the significance of what you have shared.

    First, picture is amazing.

    To connect within, to and with oneself has me thinking and pondering. Thank you as always for opening the door!

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