It is a definite way to transcend what appears in the physical world to be "Organized Chaos" by connecting and reintegrating us with the "Source" of "All That Is," Was, and Will Be.
Sacred Geometry has been expressed in symbols, images, art, mysticism, architecture, books and jewelry throughout history by masons, artists, sculptures, writers, metaphysicians and geometricians to convey religious, philosophical, cultural and spiritual beliefs. Sacred Geometry shapes are found everywhere in nature and throughout the Cosmos from the microscopic to the celestial.
Each tradition has created its own unique version of this Divine Patterning:
the Jewish Star of David and Tree of Life
the Egyptian Eye of Horus and Ankh
the Tibetan Buddhist Vajra and Mandalas
the Hindu Om and Sri Yantra
the Mayan Calendar and Galactic Butterfly
the Chinese Yin Yang and Taoist Symbols
the Christian Rosy Cross and Labyrinths
the Wiccan Pentagram and Celtic Knots
the Pre-Historic Flower of Life and Solar Symbols
and finally, the MerKaBa, Crop Circles and
Alchemical Symbols popularized by the
Mind, Body, Spirit Cultural Creative Movement.
This Sacred Teaching has Indigenous Roots that dig back Beyond Antiquity; however, the Sublime Wisdom you can attain by its study is timelessly fulfilling. The understanding of Sacred Geometry takes on even more relevance today by helping us to stay Centered and Integrated during this period of Massive Transformation.
All this being said, the Sacred Geometry Symbols offered by this website each have a specific function and meaning. They are each fully charged with the energies of the Sun, the Moon and Crystalline Grids.
Ultimately, the real beauty of our aesthetically pleasing pendant is that it is in essence, as my wife Pauline calls it a "Functional Healing Necklace." They make excellent "gifts that keep on giving". Each medallion comes with it's own specific gemstone. Get your necklace for women and necklace for men. You can also purchase a Sterling Silver rope chain to go with your new healing jewelry.
ENJOY SOME OF OUR SACRED GEOMETRY PATTERNS
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Flower of Life - The Flower of Life symbol is considered to be sacred among many cultures, both ancient and modern. Within this symbol can be found all the building blocks of the universe (Platonic Solids). The Flower of Life can be used as a metaphor to illustrate the connectedness of all life and the spirit within the universe.
Sri Yantra - The Sri Yantra, or Yantra of Creation, represents the OM vibration and has been known in the Hindu and Buddhist traditions since Vedic times, as the most powerful and mystically beautiful of all yantras (visual symbol to balance the mind or focus it on spiritual concepts). It represents the timeless creative principle of the universe, the continuous unfoldment of all realms of creation from the Central Source and, with that mindfulness; it is also used as an object of meditation.
MerKaBa - The MerKaBa, which can be viewed as a three dimensional Star of David. Also spelled MerKaBah, it is the divine light vehicle allegedly used by ascended masters to connect with and reach those in tune with the higher realms. "Mer" means Light. "Ka" means Spirit. "Ba" means Body. Mer-Ka-Ba means the spirit/body surrounded by counter-rotating fields of light, (wheels within wheels), spirals of energy as in DNA, which transports spirit/body from one dimension to another.
Seed of Life - The Seed of Life Pendant is a symbol of blessing and protection passed through generations; it contains the secret of the seven days of the creation. It can also be worn as a symbol of fertility. These circles are placed with 6-fold symmetry, forming a mesmerizing pattern of circles and lenses. It is just one level away from the most recognized Sacred Geometry Symbol, the Flower of Life.
Om Symbol – The Om symbol is the main religious symbol for Hindus and Buddhists. It is used for meditation and worship. It is said to be the most powerful sound and represents the energy of creation.
Galactic Butterfly – This Hunab Ku symbol represents the Supreme God and Creator of the Maya. He is the head of the Mayan Pantheon and called 'God of the Gods'. Originally a rectangular design, it was modified by Jose Argüelles, author of the Mayan Factor, to look more like a circular motif evoking a yin and yang symbol, as well as a spiral galaxy.
Yin-Yang Symbol - In Asian philosophy, the concept of yin yang is used to describe how polar opposites or seemingly contrary forces are interconnected and interdependent in the natural world, and how they give rise to each other in turn. Opposites thus only exist in relation to each other. The concept lies at the origins of many branches of classical Chinese science and philosophy, as well as being a primary guideline of Traditional Chinese Medicine. The symbol is also and a central principle of different forms of Chinese martial arts and exercise, such as tai chi and gigong. Many natural dualities—e.g. dark and light, female and male, low and high, cold and hot, water and fire, air and earth— are thought of as manifestations of yin and yang (respectively).
Tree of Life - The symbol of Tree of Life represents different qualities and virtues like wisdom, strength, protection, beauty, bounty and redemption. This tree is associated with the creator because it provides protection, supports abundant fruit production and thereby, regeneration. This symbol indicates that all forms of life are connected through a cosmic energy and that we as humans should live in harmony with the rest of living beings.
Vajra – Vajra is a Sanskrit word meaning diamond and thunderbolt. It is also a material device (a short metal weapon)—originally a kind of fist-iron like Japanese yawara—that has the symbolic nature of a diamond (it can cut any substance but not be cut itself) and that of the thunderbolt (irresistible force). A Tibetan word for Vajra is Dorje which means noble stone. It embodies not only the brilliance of refracted or reflected illumination, but it also symbolizes the impervious and fixed solidity of the point of power around which all else turns -- the axis mundi or hub of the world. The vajra is believed to represent firmness of spirit and spiritual power and is commonly used symbolically by Buddhism, Jainism and Hinduism.
Golden Mean Spiral – This spiral is derived via the golden rectangle, a unique rectangle which has the golden ratio. This form is found everywhere in nature: the Nautilus Shell, the face of a Sunflower, your fingerprints, our DNA, and the shape of the Milky Way.
Falasha Star of David - The Star of David is a symbol representing the Jewish religion. Its shape is that of a hexagram, the compound of two equilateral triangles. One facing up toward Heaven and one pointing down toward earth. The Star of David within the Star of David is a symbol associated with the Ancient Jewish Falashas of Ethopia.
Hamsa – The Hamsa depicts the open right hand, an image recognized and used as a sign of protection in many societies throughout history, particularly in the three major Western Religions. The Hamsa is said to provide defense against the evil eye. It is also known as the hand of Fatima, so named to commemorate Muhammad's daughter Fatima Zahra. Levantine Christians call it the hand of Mary, for the mother of Jesus. Following its incorporation into Jewish tradition via its widespread use in the Islamic world, it was also renamed the hand of Miriam for Miriam, sister of Moses.
Labyrinth - Labyrinths are a single path or uni-cursal tool for personal, psychological and spiritual transformation. Labyrinths are thought to enhance right brain activity. The Classical Seven Circuit Labyrinth in this example shows that you enter a labyrinth through the mouth and then walk on the paths or circuits. The goal is to get to the center of the labyrinth. When you reach it, you have gone half the distance and you can sit and go into a meditative state. Then, you need to turn around and walk back out. This whole process has been used in various cultures to prepare individuals for entering into Holy shrines.
Meditron’s Cube - Mythically speaking, Meditron was originally human, elevated to archangel by God for his services as scribe. He was considered to be the foremost communicator between humans and the divine. Meditron is best known for his ‘cube’ which is derived from the Fruit of Life, which are thirteen circles concealed in the ancient Flower of Life found inscribed on the walls of the Osirion temple at Abydos, Egypt and throughout many ancient cultures. The centers of each of these thirteen circles are then all connected to each other to form Meditron’s Cube and it is from this pattern that all of the “Platonic Solids” can be formed which are the building blocks of all life.
Abundance – This symbol represents the abundance that is all around us. As we open ourselves up and do whatever it takes to manifest our true calling, the Universe unfolds to provide us with everything under the Sun that we need in divine right timing.
Golden Mean Spiral – This spiral is derived via the golden rectangle, a unique rectangle which has the golden ratio. When squared, it leaves a smaller rectangle behind, which has the same golden ratio as the previous rectangle. The squaring can continue indefinitely with the same result. When you connect a curve through the corners of these concentric rectangles, you have formed the golden spiral. This form is found everywhere in nature: the Nautilus Shell, the face of a Sunflower, your fingerprints, our DNA, and the shape of the Milky Way.
Cadeceus – This pattern, known as the Caduceus, consists of two serpents criss-crossed around a staff topped by a round knob and flanked by wing, has been the symbol of the American medical profession for nearly a hundred years. Earlier, in the 16th and 17th centuries, the Caduceus had been used by printers because it was the staff of Hermes (Mercury) the messenger god, and hence the divine deliverer of information. It is representative of wisdom, eloquence, and communication, and has become the common logo for those in the health profession.
Sahasrara – The Sahasrara, which represents the 7th or Crown Chakra, is referred to as the “lotus of a thousand petals”. It is the epicenter of the soul and the essence of one’s complete being. The seventh chakra is responsible for the integration of all the others, melding them with their own individual qualities and is often referred to as the Promised Land where complete and utter freedom and truth are obtained.