What is Sacred Geometry forms and How it can improve your life

Sacred Geometry

Many teachings have described sacred geometry as the blueprint of creation and the genesis, the origin of all forms. Sacred geometry is considered an ancient science that explores and explains the energy patterns that create and unify all things and reveals the precise way in which the energy of creation is organized. Every natural pattern of growth or movement is said to return to one or more geometric shapes.

The molecules of our DNA, the cornea of ​​our eyes, snowflakes, flower petals, crystals, a shell, the stars, the galaxy we spiral within, the air we breathe, and all forms of life are created from geometric codes.

How sacred geometry can improve your life

Through observation and contemplation of sacred geometric shapes/codes, they can reveal deep wisdom, opening up to life and the creation of the Universe itself. Certainly, they have for me, as I’ve explored them through my own healing and empowerment journey.

It is believed that the ancients considered the experience of Sacred Geometry to be essential for the education of the soul. They knew that these patterns and codes symbolized our own inner realm and were significant for higher consciousness and self-awareness. Sacred geometry amplifies our connection to spirit and creates harmony within us and between us and the outside world. It is often called “sacred architecture” because it underlies everything and is woven into the fabric of all creation.

Also, beyond our physical realm, we are said to have a “Body of Light and Merkabah”, which is a grid of light and sacred geometry that brings together your physical, emotional, mental and spiritual being. This body radiates light energy and connects you and you as a multidimensional self with the infinite universe.

Sacred geometry, as I worked with it, contains high frequencies of energy and light that can activate, heal, awaken and transform. Symbols are like codes that assist you on your life journey, but they can also be used more consciously to bring about a deep soul awakening and connection to our true divine essence. It can be used to open pathways and doorways to the infinite realms, as well as connecting to the unity of all life, in nature and in the world around us.

Sacred geometry brings certain healing, harmonizing and rebalancing effects on all levels. It connects the internal and the external, uniting everything.

The Platonic solids are considered the “building blocks” of the sacred geometry of the Universe that were taught in the Greek Mystery Schools 2,500 years ago (they are tetrahedron, hexahedron, octahedron, dodecahedron and icosahedron). But the triangle is a symbol underlying them all. The triangle symbolizes balance, harmony, completion. Soaring upwards, he raises us to Higher Consciousness.

What are some of the most common forms of sacred geometry and what they mean

Here are some shapes and their meanings/intentions and how they help us.


The Platonic solids are considered the “building blocks” of the sacred geometry of the Universe that were taught in the Greek Mystery Schools 2,500 years ago (they are tetrahedron, hexahedron, octahedron, dodecahedron and icosahedron). But the triangle is a symbol underlying them all. The triangle symbolizes balance, harmony, completion. Soaring upwards, he raises us to Higher Consciousness.


Circle shaped geometry – Destination Deluxe

Wholeness, unity, endless circle/cycles of life, the eternal constant, cycles of change, unity, perfection, inclusive, limits. God’s first thought is said to be represented by a circle, which exists by itself (and then created a replica of itself.


Foundations, soundness, grounding, practical, “ground”, stability, reliability, security. The base of a pyramid (which creates balance/stability).


The average ratio of Fibonacci and Golden (all forms return to this mathematical formula). ‘As above, so below’ connects heaven and earth. The spiral “spiral” to connect the physical self to the Higher Self and all levels of our being (interdimensionally) and to the core of the Earth. Galaxies are spirals of energy. Energy moves in spirals. The spiral is also the kundalini, which symbolizes increased awareness on the soul’s path of evolution. The spiral is connected to the flow of energy through the chakras as they spin in a circle. The spiral is the spiral shape as a double helix in the DNA of every cell.

cross (2 lines)

The intersection of the 2 lines is where “heaven and earth” meet, and the result of their union is humanity (symbolized by the cross).

The flower of life that contains the seed

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the flower of life

The Flower of Life is a physical representation of the connection to all living things in the universe. It is considered a universally sacred symbol, and is said to also contain within it the “blueprint of creation”, the “building blocks” of the universe – which we call the “Platonic Solids”. These are models through which the basis of life can be expressed. The Greek Mystery Schools, 2,500 years ago, taught that there were five perfect 3D shapes – the tetrahedron, hexahedron, octahedron, dodecahedron and icosahedron. These Platonic solids are considered the foundation of everything in the physical world, revealing the unity in all things. However, if you break these Platonic solids down into their simplest forms, they form the triangle, square, circle, spiral, and straight line.


The pyramid contains the spiral, the golden mean ratio, the triangle and the square. The pyramid contains the number of deity, 3 (the 3 sides of each triangle) plus the number of humanity, 4 (4 sides of the square). It represents the relationships between Source and humanity. The Pyramid of Giza in Egypt was built to create the energy that facilitated connection with the spiritual realms. The top or apex of the pyramid represents the highest point of spiritual attainment, the body of the structure is the “journey” or ascension to enlightenment, spiraling upwards. Pyramids were used for initiations and transportation to “other realms”. They were used by initiates to undergo a kind of death and become “transformed” or “reborn”. The merkabah is like two interlocking pyramids

Star of David

The upward triangle is masculine, the downward triangle is feminine, the two merging in perfect harmony.


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The Merkabah

All sacred symbols constitute the Merkabah.

Does sacred geometry really matter?

Most of our culture finds geometric shapes interesting but not particularly useful unless you are, say, a mathematician, architect or engineer. But the evidence is different, and this evidence has been known for thousands of years and in almost all religious and cultural traditions.

Even in our culture, where sacred geometry is ignored or devalued, these geometric structures are fundamental to our understanding of ourselves and all aspects of manifestation – physical, mental and spiritual.

Its significance lies in its immense creative power. These structures describe – in the abstract symbolism of geometry – the places where the “universes” of the left and right hemispheres of the brain meet. The process of transforming the linear into the holistic, even at the physical level, is immensely creative, producing transformative spiritual consequences.

If we want to understand who we are, we need to understand the cosmic patterns that make up our world. Our perception of patterns largely determines our understanding of people and things, and our understanding of people and things affects how we treat people and things. How we treat others affects how they feel. When we stimulate people’s feelings, we stimulate energies that can influence how we are treated and how we subsequently feel. When we understand this cycle, we are able to more intelligently manage the energies that swirl around us in our environment, which if understood can create conflict. Once the energies are understood, they can be harnessed to achieve the desired result.

The way to peace is conflict resolution, and conflict resolution is best achieved in an environment of freedom where people understand systems of life and work out their solutions, rather than imposing them on others or having them imposed on them. themselves.

It’s an environment where both sides of the brain contribute to our understanding of life and solving our problems. It’s a complete brain thinking world. But most of us are left-brain or right-brain dominant, and for us whole-brain thinking is a choice, a goal to pursue.

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