What is sacred geometry? Sacred geometry refers to various shapes, equations, and forms that have unique symmetrical or proportional structures. You can think of it as the perfect symmetry of shapes.

Examples of sacred geometry include the Flower of Life, Seed of Life, Metraton’s Cube, Sri Yantra, Fibonacci, the Golden Ratio, and many others. Each of these shapes and equations hold symbolic and sacred meanings.

Seed of Life

The Seed of Life represents the foundation of the Universe. Some believe that it is the first shape of the Universe and that it signifies the seven days of creation (represented by the seven concentric circles.)

Flower of Life

The Flower of Life is a shape that forms out of the Seed of Life. The Flower of Life represents harmony, protection, and all of creation including our creation. When our mother’s egg was fertilized by our father’s sperm, they united and became one cell. This cell then multiplied over and over again and ultimately formed us.  

Metatron’s Cube

Metatron’s Cube contains all of the geometric shapes in the Universe and represents the patterns that make up everything Source has made.

Archangel Metatron guards this symbol as it is a powerful shape of protection. It serves to protect the aura (energetic body). Actually, if you look at the Vitruvian Man by Leonardo Da Vinci it looks like this shape. That’s because Da Vinci was trying to show us the human aura!

Working with this symbol will not only protect your aura, it will also strengthen it. When you have a strong, large aura you are able to influence others very easily.

Sri Yantra

This is an ancient Indian symbol used for protection, harmony, and manifesting. The 9 interlocking triangles symbolize the unity of the Divine Feminine and Divine Masculine. The 4 triangles facing up represent the Divine Masculine, the father—the sun, and the astral plane. Meanwhile, the 5 triangles facing down represent the Divine Feminine, the mother—Mother Earth, and the physical plane. Their meeting point is called—bindi where all of these forces unite in perfect harmony.

The Sri Yantra is related to the Hindu Goddess of Abundance—Lakshmi. This connects the Sri Yantra to manifestation—materializing one’s desires through intention and visualization.

To manifest with the Sri Yantra, focus on the center point (the bindi) until the image gets blurry. Once the image begins to blur, close your eyes and imagine your dream career, partner, house, passion project, etc. This works on the principles of the Law of Attraction, but you must feel like the thing that you want is already yours. Envision and feel as if it is already in your life. You can do this powerful guided meditation for manifesting abundance.

This is a channeled painting of the Sri Yantra. While it was painted, the artist was channeling energies for abundance into the painting.

Research from Moscow University concluded that, “The Sriyantra also displays a tendency to induce the dominance of right cerebral hemisphere that is necessary to attain the mystical states of consciousness… The Sriyantra [was] constructed in ancient India with precise adjustment to the mechanisms of human perception and nervous activity up to neuron organization.” The experiment from Moscow University found that subjects who focused on the Sri Yantra quickly went into an alpha brainwave state, which is associated with relaxation.

There is also a correlation between the Sri Yantra and activity in the right hemisphere, which is linked to creativity and abstract thinking. The experiment found that the Sri Yantra induced a higher activation of the right hemisphere to that of the left one. * You can see the results in the table below.

It’s no coincidence that you find sacred geometry throughout nature. Sacred geometry is intricately connected to nature and the mathematical principles of the Universe. In fact, your body has golden ratio proportions. When the curves of a seashell are analyzed, we can see that they contain the Fibonacci sequence. Moreover, honeybees construct precise hexagonal cells to hold their honey—showing their profound understanding of the power of sacred geometry. Even sound visually represent themselves as sacred geometry. This experiment shows this phenomenon.

Sacred geometry is extremely powerful. You were guided to this information for a reason. If you feel connected to any of these symbols, it’s likely that you worked with them before (in previous lifetimes.) You can use all of the symbols mentioned above in your meditation for peace, harmony, protection, and manifesting.

If you want, sacred geometry jewelry that’s activated, you can view our Metraton’s Cube pendant and Sri Yantra bracelet.

Crystals are a three-dimensional expression of sacred geometry. Crystals have perfect, symmetrical structures just like sacred geometry. You can shop for activated crystals here.

* Indian Journal of History of Science 24 page 137 – 149 (1989). Sriyantra—The Ancient Instrument to Control the Psychophysiological State of Man” Alexey Pavlovich Kulaichev and Dina Mikhailovna Rmendic