The pattern to look for is a progression from the “root” or bottom chakra with the goal of “awakening” these points of energy points and achieving increasing “enlightenment”.
Some traditions such as kundalini believe there is a serpent spirit or pair of serpent spirits coiled about the spine that must be awakened.
Many who practice this believe that when the 6th chackra is linked to the pineal gland, or third-eye. When this chakra is activiated the practitioner has merged two sides and comes in contact with a spirit guide.
Additionally, the 7th chakra is the “crown” chakra, a death of self and “pure consciousness”. It is symbolized by a multicolored lotus flower – which is another common signal of practitioners. The seated position for meditation mimicks the side view of the lotus.
Any teachings, logos, products, etc that includes these patterns is likely influences by eastern mysticism.