Sacred Geometry is often referred to as the “architecture of the universe”, it is found throughout the natural world. It is all around us and is one of the very few subjects that satisfy both the left brain and right brain hemispheres simultaneously. It satisfies the left brains desire for logical, sequential and objective data. It also satisfies the right brains desire for random, intuitive and subjective data.
Galileo once said, “Mathematics is the alphabet with which God has written the universe.” Artists, musicians, and philosophers have long evoked the power of sacred geometry in their work, from Da Vinci to Pythagoras. It’s quite probable that Mozart employed the Golden Ratio for his musical compositions. The sacred spiral (Fibonacci sequence), for instance, is inherent in everything from a simple pine cone, to a snail shell, to the human body, to the Great Pyramids at Giza. Plato’s solids (platonic shapes) are said to form the basis for every design in the universe, even down to a molecular scale.
But sacred shapes also represent the intangible elements of life. Why else are we so drawn to them? Perhaps it reflects or speaks to the language of our soul. Or are our brains simply hardwired to recognize these patterns in nature?
Whatever the reason, these symbols have power. Because of this power, people have been using these symbols on jewelry, clothing, and other objects perhaps as a reminder of the harmony and balance of the universe, but also to harness this power in their own lives.
Here is a selection of geometrical patterns that are most commonly found used in jewelry and other objects:
When you align yourself with the Triskelion, you are saying that you are ready to work with universe. You are sending out the message that you are listening, ready to communicate, ready to connect, and ready to create with something higher. This is an amazing tool for manifestation and tuning into the divinity that surrounds you.
In jewelry and other objects, there is a fundamental relationship between crystals and sacred geometry. Think of it this way; crystals are the 3D physical expression in matter of their inherent sacred geometric energy patterns. Using sacred geometry alongside our crystals allows us to not only fine-tune but also amp up our source energy.
Flower of Life
The Flower of Life is said to be the actual blueprint of the universe continuing the basic design of every atomic and molecular structure, life form, etc; essentially everything in existence. Modern science and quantum physics are confirming the cosmic significance of these ancient sacred geometric forms which represent the building blocks of our physical universe. The ancients knew about the energetic nature of our existence. Other sacred patterns such as the Egg of Life, Seed of Life and the Tree of Life also exists within the Flower of Life pattern.
Tree of Life
A Connection to Everything: The Tree of Life commonly represents the interconnectedness of everything in the universe. It symbolizes togetherness and serves as a reminder that you are never alone or isolated, but rather that you are connected to the world. The roots of the Tree of Life dig deep and spread into the earth, thereby accepting nourishment from Mother Earth, and its branches reach up into the sky, accepting energy from the sun and moon.
Metatron’s cube contains every shape that exists in the universe God has created, and those shapes are the building blocks of all physical matter. It’s named after Archangel Metatron, who watches over the flow of energy in creation and provides a connection to the divine. Metatron’s Cube is balanced and provides a visual focal point for meditation. It can replace negative thoughts with positive ones. It reminds us that the universe wants us to discover our personal power and use it to do good.
The cube is an image of God’s energy flowing through Metatron to all the many parts of creation, and Metatron works hard to ensure that the energy flows in the proper balance so that all aspects of nature will be in harmony, believers say.
The Merkaba symbol (also spelled Merkabah) translates to light, spirit, body. The symbol consists of 2 intersecting tetrahedrons that rotate in opposite directions, this creates an energy field that is commonly referred to as a light body.
Everyone has access to their own personal Merkaba or vehicle of light with practice in meditation. It is said that once one has access to their Merkaba it can provide a powerful protection and transport your consciousness to higher dimensions. The Merkavah symbol can remind us of the potential power we hold when we unite our bodies energy to Source.
The Sri Yantra represents the creation and equilibrium of the Universe. The central point, called “Bindu”, is the geometric representation of the beginning of creation. The Sri Yantra is a mathematically precise design and based upon Golden Proportion or Phi ratio. It is a simple mathematical relationship found naturally and in many great works of art (Leonardo Di Vinci’s Vitruvian man and The Mona Lisa) and even architecture such as the positioning of the Pyramids of Giza.