Archaeologists, mathematicians, and anthropologists have confirmed the presence of these geometric patterns in various civilizations, religions, architecture, and belief systems around the globe. These are the patterns that have withstood against time and remained the same throughout history. These universal patterns are said to be the basic laws and principles that govern the universe.
Some say that the divine creator of the world imparts them. Others say that these are in the basic plan and harmonic structure of the universe to add to the human condition and increase their energy.
Sacred geometry is:
• A blueprint of nature in a holistic form
• Energy manifestations ways in the universe.
• Universal geometric plans
• Indicate oneness and wholeness at the foundation of all creation
• Present in everything in our reality
• A complex system of patterns and symbols
• Involves space, time, and form
• Mathematical ratios and proportions; in accordance with the human condition
• The basic laws of the universe
There are various benefits associated with different shapes of sacred geometry; let’s explore some of the most common and prevalent types:
13 separate shepherd come along and create one whole structure that is renowned throughout the civilizations in history. The perfect harmony in the structure makes it the flower of life, and wearing it or placing it around you will help you connect to the spiritual body. It promotes physical and spiritual healing, enhances emotional balance, and allows you to connect the universe to fetch energy.
The inner structure of the flower of life separately is present in all the different architectural wonders in history. It holds the basic laws and patterns that govern the universe. Wearing this geometric pattern will allow you to attain inner peace and spiritual power.
Platonic solids have the following patterns:
Congruent polygons ( Polygons are congruent when they have the same number of sides, and all corresponding sides and interior angles are congruent.) are holy and beneficial in various religions and civilisations and are beneficial in warding off low energies and negative thoughts.
The physical representation of the number PHI is also called the golden mean, and it is present in pyramids of Giza, sunflower, the human skeleton, and Nautilus shell. It helps the person to focus on the harmony and beauty of nature to increase creativity and imagination.
It provides protection and healing power to the people and is considered a healing relic throughout history.
All the religions and ancient civilizations have focused on the importance of sacred geometry, and you can witness geometry playing roles in architecture, tools, ancient pieces of jewelry, and relics. These patterns are getting rediscovered and are proving their worth and value in human life.
Sacred geometry patterns tap into natural laws and allow us to heal, grow and connect to the hidden universe around us.
In Sanskrit, the word “yantra” comes from the root word “yam,” which means “instrument” or “support,” and “tra,” derived from “trana,” meaning “release from bondage.” A yantra is an instrument or tool, for meditation and contemplation and supports spiritual liberation.
There are hundreds of yantra designs related to deities, principles, and planets. Used in ceremonies and rituals, yantra designs can be found on paper or bark, or created from flower petals, ash, and rice.
The Queen of Yantras: The Shri Yantra
The Shri Yantra, called the “queen of yantras,” (rajayantra) is the symbol of the great divine mother principle, the source of all energy, power, and creativity. Vedic traditions, specifically the Shri Vidya school of tantra, regard the design as the representation of the universe as well as the body of the goddess related to the feminine principle of shakti or energy. Every line, triangle, and lotus petal symbolizes a specific type of shakti.
The outer square represents the earth element. In Vedic sacred geometry, the square corresponds to the earth. The outside square represents mundane emotions, such as anger, fear, and worldly desires. The yogi meditates on the outer square to defeat these disturbing energies. The T-shape structures in the square are considered the gates of the four directions, and the entry points of the yantra.
In a very short time we will have new jewelleries with sacred geometry, please dont forget to check them out!
We will write about sacred geometry more in near future.
Please subscribe to our newsletter to not miss it.
Thank you for reading!