The most common forms of Sacred Geometry are:
THE SEED OF LIFE – GENESIS PATTERN
This complete, six-petal flower is known as the Seed of Life and considered a universal symbol of creation. It comprises 6 interlocking circles surround a 7th, creating a three-dimensional cube if the centers are connected.
This symbol represents the 7 days of creation, the 7 chakras, notes of the musical scale and so on. This shape is the morphogenic structure that creates the human body, also known as the Egg of Life. This is the symbol of the Divine Feminine and a foundation for how the infinite, fractal nature of the Universe can be understood.
THE FLOWER OF LIFE
Of all of the sacred shapes, the Flower of Life is the penultimate and is the continuation of the ‘Seed of Life’. Everything ever created or in existence now was accomplished through this pattern.
Contained within the Flower of Life is everything. There isn’t anything in the universe and never will be that isn’t manifested in this image – all languages, all laws of physics, all biological life forms – including all of us individually. Some believe that keeping this symbol close to electronic devices can dispel harmful electromagnetic frequencies.
THE VESICA PISCIS
The vesica piscis, which is simply a circle next to another circle exactly the same size so that the edge of one circle passes through the center of the other, is a central image in sacred geometry.
The vesica piscis can be observed all throughout the Seed of Life and Flower of Life. Some speculate that the two interlocked spheres is the metaphysical structure behind light itself.
Metatron’s Cube, named after the Archangel Metatron, a variation on the Flower of Life, is made of 13 equal circles and a hexagonal pattern around a central circle.
This symbol is commonly used in Hinduism and is made of 9 interlocking triangles. It is often used in prayer and meditation for concentration and to connect with the divine.
One interpretation is that the triangles represent the soul’s path to enlightenment.
OM MANI PADME HUM
Also called the Compassion Buddha mantra, this is traditionally chanted by Buddhists in India, Nepal, Tibet, and other places. When written, it’s composed of 6 syllables.
Buddhists believe that reciting this mantra helps to purify the soul and release negative karma.
YIN & YANG
This is a simple but profound Chinese symbol representing the interaction between dualities. Yin represents the feminine, Yang the masculine. The symbol is usually drawn as a circle divided into black and white halves.
Significantly, there’s often a smaller black circle within the larger white circle and a small white circle within the larger black one, reminding us that each principle contains the seed of its opposite.
Using the power of Sacred Geometry, assists with
- Tap into your awareness and shift reality to what you want to manifest
- Bring manifestation into reality
- Create connection to the Universe and nature around
- Amplify connection to the Universe
- Gain deeper knowledge of the process of creation and how the Sacred Geometries can assist in your ability to manifest
- Hasten the process of discovering your soul’s purpose
- Wearing sacred geometry symbols may be helpful as protection against electrical pollution or EMFs (electromagnetic fields)
- Learn to use the first 3 keys to heaven (the basic geometries) to create and protect sacred space for your own relaxation, healing and safety
- Receive prayers you can use to awaken the Sacred Geometries within you and feed your energy field – body, soul and spirit
- Become attuned to the Sacred Geometries so that you may have deeper connection to all aspects of self.