The flower of life is formed by breaking up a circle into many congruent pointed elliptic light wheels. The process is repeated seven times and rotated outward to create a “cell” pattern. And every eighth split is a new outward rotation, and so on, until infinite times, creating the matrix.
Although the pattern of the flower of life looks like a series of circles in two dimensions, it is actually a process of expressing the ball inside the sphere in three-dimensional space. Therefore, the pattern is very similar to the meiosis of human cells, which also makes the flower of life a geometric symbol of the process of natural creation. Since each “cell” contains the pattern of the mother, the flower of life is like a holograph, similar to the universe. The tree like structure of the pattern depicts the geometric interaction pattern of light, like the genetic code arrangement of genetic material and DNA in the human body.