The cool thing about sacred geometry is the shapes’ ability to be repeated and remixed. The hexagram, or a 6-pointed star, is a common shape used in many religions and cultures around the world. It’s made from 2 opposite triangles which represent the masculine and feminine, earth and sky, interlocking in perfect harmony. Complex geometric forms are said to be even more powerful than simpler ones, as their numerous intersecting points resonate higher energies. The hexagram reminds us of our place in the world, halfway between earth and sky, and at the epicenter of our own personal power. Read on to find out more about the hexagram meaning.
2 interlocking triangles represent masculine and feminine, earth and sky, interlocking in perfect harmony
as above, so below
symbolizes humans’ position between earth and the cosmos
overlapping hexagrams results in numerous intersecting points that resonate higher energies than simpler shapes
We call our design “Sacred Symmetry” or “Geometric Star”, but at its core, it’s a 6-pointed star made from the two simple triangles overlapping. We love how pleasing the symmetry is!
Some may identify this design as a Sri Yantra, but sri yantras specifically have 9 overlapping triangles, while Sacred Symmetry only has 6.
What is Sacred Geometry?