Have you found yourself drawn to the mystical, spiritual-looking, geometric drawings popping up all over the place lately?

These geometric designs are usually rooted in sacred geometry, which has an esoteric history filled with layers of meaning and symbolism.

What is Sacred Geometry?

Sacred Geometry may be understood as a worldview of pattern recognition, a complex system of symbols and structures involving space, time and form. By studying sacred geometry patterns, forms and relationships and their connections, insight may be gained into the mysteries - the laws and lore of the Universe.

The term sacred geometry describes the geometrical laws which create everything in existence. It unites the mind and the heart, spirit and matter, science and spirituality. Everything in nature is made up of patterns, structures, and designs from the smallest atom to the infinite universe.

Geometric shapes form the foundation of everything we perceive with our five senses. Trees, rocks, pine cones, leaves, rain, wind, sounds…all have certain geometric principles. They’re part of the foundation of how the world operates. These geometric designs aren’t just something we see, however; they’re part of us.

Sacred geometry unites science and spirituality, self and “other”, right brain (intuition) and left brain (rational thinking), inner and outer, macro and micro. From honeycomb, to the scales of a fish, to the neural networks of our brains, all of life is composed of intricate patterns. The geometric patterns found in nature provide an integral window into the interconnected fabric of creation.

Sacred Geometry can be found in varying periods all over the world. It is often mistakenly said that geometry began with the Greeks, but before them were the Minoans, the Egyptians, Sumerians, Indus valley, Chinese, Phoenicians, the builders of the western European megaliths all of whom left clear geometric fingerprints in their greatest constructions.


Aug 10th 2020

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