The Flower of Life is a geometric pattern inscribed on many of the world's great Pyramids, Temples and Cathedrals dating back over 6000 years. The more religious among the ancient civilizations meditated upon the shape of the Flower of Life for the purpose of manifesting their most sacred desires. It is widely believed that the evolution of the universe is symbolically represented by the Flower of Life. On the first day there was a sphere, which represented the "Word." Upon each successive day, the sphere rotated upon itself, leading to the formation of a six petal flower. As described, the Flower of Life reflects the Genesis of Creation. From this three dimensional shape, all other sacred patterns may be found, including the Tree of Life, Leonardo Da Vinci's Pentacle and Plato's 5 Platonic Solids. Pythagoras described the Flower-born solids as elements of creation, representing fire, earth, air, water and ether, the Prana or Life Force energy. The Flower of Life is a geometric power symbol. Its shape is that of a "primary energy language pattern" that resonates with all things within and around us. The design is inherently pleasing and when used for meditation, helps to unlock deep memories by activating energy coding in the mind. The Flower of Life is considered to be the most significant geometric pattern ever created.