Explore Sacred Geometry


Although not an authority on the subject of Sacred Geometry, I immersed myself in learning about Sacred Geometry and studied the basics of the Flower of Life, the Fibonacci Spiral, the Golden Ratio, Metatron’s Cube and the Five Platonic Solids. These are namely the Tetrahedron, Hexahedron (Cube), Octahedron, Icosahedron and Dodecahedron, the Merkaba or Star Tetrahedron. I also versed myself as well of the Sacred Geometry of Music, amongst countless other readings, discerning that which resonated with me.

The Platonic Solids are all of the three-dimensional solid shapes that one can create using faces that are identical regular polygons. These Platonic Solid shapes are also known as three-dimensional polytopes. They and are said to carry the Sacred Geometry which is believed to be the secret language of the Universe.

This introduction to Sacred Geometry covers the basics of what I learned about the subject. Through discernment and guidance, I realized it was not required to have an intimate understanding, rather an openness to experience these sacred shapes. Experienses were gained by simply drawing and observing each of them. Each time I drew one of the geometric shapes, a new experience emerged.

Sacred geometry is the key that unlocks all of the world’s architecture, science, art, music and it is the blueprint of creation and life itself. Often called the language of light, its images and shapes are embedded in our DNA, mandalas, pyramids, crystals, atoms, and hieroglyphs, to mention but a few.

The Flower of Life is a universal symbol found in architecture and literature all around the world, dating back thousands of years. The oldest example of this geometric shape found thus far is in The Temple of Osiris in Egypt.

Leonardo da Vinci studied the Flower of Life extensively, its form and its mathematical properties. He drew the Flower of Life itself, as well as various components such as the Seed of Life. He drew geometric figures representing shapes, all of which may be derived from the Flower of Life design, such as the platonic solids, the sphere, and the torus, amongst many others, and also used the golden ratio of phi in his art and work.

This sacred symbol is said to contain all the patterns of creation. Drawing the Flower of Life ignites the innate awareness which is already within you, providing tremendous positive energy, also promoting creativity and inspiration.

I encourage you to explore drawing the Sacred Geometric shapes, using a compass and ruler, beginning with the Flower of Life and proceeding on to Metatron’s cube and then extracting the Five Platonic Solids from Metatron’s Cube as well as the Star Tetrahedron. This activity alone activates the innate awareness of the blueprint of life, all there is, seen and unseen.

Participating in drawing and viewing Sacred Geometry activates your DNA into remembrance that you Are, you do not have to be, you Are. It allows participants to balance their energy fields and access higher levels of consciousness.

Through my experience and the experience expressed by many others from all walks of life, these activities bridge the pineal gland, the hypothalamus and pituitary, balancing and harmonizing both hemispheres of the brain, the human chakra system and meridians.

These activations further enhance one’s Clairaudience - clear hearing, the ability to hear information and things that are not actually near one, such as audible voices, tones, bells, music, song and other types of sound; Clairvoyance - clear seeing, the ability to see places, people, words, or objects, and to have visions within the minds eye; and Clairsentience - clear sense, one’s ability to feel or sense things.

Clairsentience can involve emotional feelings or experiences, although one may have no idea of where the feeling is coming from or who it relates to, it is just there, it is a knowing. This is the empathic ability to feel what others feel.

One could always refer to all these abilities as intuition, attributes of Source that are already within one. In becoming aware of these abilities one invokes them, with conscious awareness, into one’s every day life.