The Flower of Life

Alison L. JamesAlison's Commentary

Egypt is such an extraordinary place, full of contrasts, beauty and mysteries that lie in wait for you. As Egypt flourished along the longest river in the world, the north-flowing Nile, along whose banks pyramids, temples and tombs were built during 31 dynasties, an observance and preparation for the afterlife emerged in the Egyptian culture that has been preserved for us. Egypt began as a nation when Upper and Lower Egypt were joined as a single entity, c. 3100 BCE. As we all experienced on our tour in January 2020, the Egyptian culture is fascinating and very accessible. The Great Pyramid on the Giza Plateau still stands as the the most important and powerful point of energetic confluence for the planet. (See my article, Why Egypt Now.) The Great Pyramid, the temples along the Nile and the tombs found in the Valley of the Kings and Queens provide higher wisdom, encodements and impartations second to none.

It is, therefore, no accident and not a surprise that the universal symbol of the Flower of Life should be found in Egypt, and moreover, in the ancient temple of Osiris, known as the Osirion, located to the rear of the Temple of Abydos. At Abydos (and elsewhere) we can see carvings of the  ascent of Osiris, the venerated husband of the Great Mother Isis who, according to myth, searches for and reassembles his murdered and dismembered body. He is the god of the underworld and the afterlife (resurrection) that Egyptians believe that they will ultimately stand before after the weighing of their hearts against a feather. On a very large block of stone in the Osirion, as per my photo below, one image of the Flower of Life can be seen just below the lintel at the top.

The image of the Flower of Life itself is held within a circle, a representation of God and the universe. The intersecting multiplicity of circles of sacred geometry and the flowers that are formed of both curved and straight lines represent both the feminine and masculine principles of creation respectively. The Flower of Life demonstrates the holographic interweaving and connectivity of all things. We can surmise that we are one with and not separate from Source, the Universe and All There Is. As above, so below.

From this symbol, we can also understand that there is always a progression and an infinite supply in the universe. We can create and manifest in balance and harmony with the universe beyond human linear thinking. Put another way, what you are seeking is seeking you. It simply requires love and a chosen focus on your part plus a willingness to be nudged along into purpose. No matter what you may be going through, there is always something ahead waiting for you.  Perhaps it something you are not participating, perhaps something even better, that will assist you to bloom.

Do think about joining us for another magical trip to Egypt in March/April 2021. Ray Rolando and I will be channeling in the temples alongside yoga teacher Colby Rolando and Holographic sound teacher Dr. Paul Hubbert with the Hathors (from Lyra) as well as with the Egyptian pantheon of gods and goddesses who are very relevant and connected to us today. Do reach out to me if you are interested.

Love and Blessings,
a/k/a Al Ra Hara Ti-Ka