Perhaps you’ve found yourself drawn to the mystical, celestial-looking, line drawings popping up all over the place lately. These vaguely tribal, often symmetric designs are usually rooted in sacred geometry, which has an esoteric history filled with layers of meaning and symbolism. What is this Sacred Geometry? And why did it inspire us to create a Sacred Geometry Clothing Line? Get ready to fall into the rabbit hole…
What is sacred geometry?
Sacred Geometry is a series of geometric shapes with deeper metaphysical meaning. These shapes offer insights into the basis of the world around us, helping us explore the idea that the entire cosmos was created according to a specific geometric plan. Behind the chaos, there is order. This “blueprint” that underlies the structure of everything reveals itself through patterns, frequencies, ratios, and forms across disciplines. Sacred Geometry is just one component in a vast concept of synchronicity. A synchronicity between nature, science, music, math, art, and the physical world.
Sacred Geometry in Nature
Have you heard of the nautilus shell matching the Fibonacci sequence? Sacred Geometry is everywhere in nature. Snowflakes and beehives are hexagons found in nature. Repeating geometric shapes like fractals occur in ice crystals, ferns, and even broccoli (just to name a few). Did you know you can find the flower of life in fruit seeds and flowers? Look to nature and you will find sacred geometry.
Learn About Sacred Geometry
Learning about sacred geometry means studying the shapes and their metaphorical relationships to the human mind, body, and spirit. Some say that studying sacred geometry can help us learn more about ourselves and our place in the universe, resulting in an awakening and transition to higher states of consciousness.
Sacred Geometry Clothing
Flower of Life, Platonic Solids, Hexagrams, Merkaba, and Metatron’s Cube
“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” ~Nikola Tesla
- tree of life mythology
- golden ratio in nature
- fractals in nature
- Masaru Emoto’s water crystal experiments
- solfeggio sound frequencies