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The FOL symbol is over six thousand years old. Throughout human history, philosophers, artists, and architects around the world have known the FOL for its perfect form, proportion, and harmony. It is considered by many to be a symbol of sacred geometry, said to contain ancient, religious value depicting the fundamental forms of space and time. In this sense, it is a visual expression of the connections life weaves through all mankind, believed by some to contain
a type of Akashic Record of basic information of all living things.
The Flower of Life is one of the oldest known symbols and has represented important meaning to many people throughout history. It can be found in the temples, art, and manuscripts of cultures from all over the world. The following are some of the locations in which the FOL symbol has been sighted.

These super soft leggings are very comfortable and very versatile. They are nice blend of 90% organic cotton 10% spandex. They are 3/4 long and a low rise. We added two flirty ruffles at the bottom to embellish them and make them funner to dance in. All stitching was made with a warrior strength serger! For a Jedi look & durability!

These are White with Silver print.

Small (2 - 6)
The pants are stretchy, yet they keep their shape.

Write to us If you need more measurements.

We ship all around the globe!

Sorry no custom orders!

Small - White and Silver Flower of Life Ruffle Pants - Organic Cotton - Sacred Geometry - Bloomers - Dance - Yoga

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: organic cotton spandex blend, elastic, cotton thread
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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