Sacred Geometry – Universal Language
“There are universal shapes to which everybody is sub-consciously conditioned and to which they can respond if their conscious control does not shut them off” – Henry Moore
Sacred geometry is a universal language that describes the inner workings of nature and the intrinsic order of the universe. It is the natural sanction that unites all forms of life… from microbes, plants, animals and humans to motions of the planets and stars.
Sacred Geometry is the ancient science and sacred language and is a key to understanding the way the Universe is designed. It is study of shape and form, wave and vibration and are geometric patterns fundamental to the creation of the Universe.
It is the language of all Creation which exists as the foundation of all matter, and it is a vehicle of spirit. In understanding and studying geometric patterns and vibrational energies, you learn pure language of the cosmos and gain access to universal wisdom. It’s been called “Divine rhythm which results in manifest existence,” and “Harmonic configuration of the soul.”
Often Termed the Language of Light, and has the ability to balance human energy fields and contains complex informational system that can be used to access healing and growth in many dimensions.
Nature is abuzz with pulses, oscillations, wave motions, rhythms and cycles in cast spectrum of universal energies–all of which can be defined as vibration and frequency. Frequency can be expressed through number and number through shape and from–which is geometry.
Everything in the world is energy in a continual state of change. The sum total of energy in the universe does not increase or diminish but is continually transformed form one state to another.
Examples of Sacred Geometry
DNA: the crystalline structure of the molecules
Snow flakes: The hexagonal geometry of snowflakes
Mandalas: A mandala is a sacred space, often a circle
Nautilus shell: The spiral growth of sea shells provide a simple, but beautiful example
Crop Circles: The documented cases have substantially increased from the 1970s to current times
Natures design: Flower patterns and the Fibonacci Numbers (see below)
Other Sacred Geometry examples
– Fibonacci series in the numbers of leaves, the arrangement of leaves around the stem and in the positioning of leaves, sections and seeds.
The way trees’ branches reach out for sunlight
– Planets: Certain planets of our solar system also seem to exhibit a relationship to Divine Proportion, as research tables have shown by the time it takes to orbit around the Sun
– Human body: feet to knees, knee to groin, groin to belly button, cornea of the eye
– Animals: The eye, fins and tail all fall at golden sections of the length of a dolphin’s body, butterflies, ants
– All types of crystals, natural and cultured