The Kabbalah tree of life is encrypted within the Flower of Life.
The Flower Of Life
A geometrical shape composed of multiple evenly-spaced, overlapping circles arranged in a flower like pattern with six fold symmetry like a hexagon.
The perfect form, proportion and harmony of the Flower Of Life has been known to philosophers, architects and artist around the world.
The Flower of Life has provided what is considered to be deep spiritual
meaning and forms of enlightenment to those who have studied it as sacred geometry.
The Flower of Life symbol represents important meaning to many throughout history.
There are groups of people all over the world who derive particular beliefs and forms of meditation
based on the Flower of Life.
The symbol can be found in manuscripts, temples and art throughout cultures around the world.
The following are some of the locations in which the Flower of Life symbol can be seen:
Israel – ancient synagogues in the Galilee and in Mesada.
China – The Forbidden City and various temples.
Japan – Various temples.
India – The Harimandir Sahib (Golden Temple), Hampi, and the Buddhist Temples in Ajanta.
Turkey – City of Ephesus
in Izmar Italy – Italian art from the 13th century
Spain – Cordoba, in ‘la Mezquita
The Kabbalah Tree of Life
The Jewish mystical doctrine known as “Kabbalah” (=”Tradition”) is distinguished by its theory of ten creative forces that intervene between the infinite, unknowable God (“Ein Sof”) and our created world. Through these powers God created and rules the universe, and it is by influencing them that humans cause God to send to Earth forces of compassion (masculine, right side) or severe judgment (feminine, left side). Diagram of the Ten Sefirot & the meaning behind each of the sefirot.