“There is geometry in the humming of the strings, there is music in the spacing of the spheres.”
(Pythagoras – quoted inThe Mystery of Matter (1965) edited by Louise B. Young, p. 113)
Sacred Geometry (geo = earth ; metron = measure), based on Number and Form, speaks of the symbolism of the measure of the earth.
The ancients practiced Sacred Geometry in their art and architecture, as the basis of construction of any form. This is seen in the art forms of the Buddhist mandalas, Hindu yantras and in all sacred symbols of every culture. In architecture, it is represented in the forms of the temple, church, sanctum, altar and all places of sanctity and worship.
These forms, created with a precise mathematical formula, carry energy frequencies. These frequencies are in complete harmony with the Universal principles of all that is in existence.
Learning to draw and render sacred geometric forms, facilitates one to move into a deep space of silence. In addition, it helps one to recognise the essence of Self. Furthermore, a sense of peace and calm ensues as the mind becomes free of any disturbance.
Daily practice helps to bring this peaceful aura into one’s life. As a result, drawing these forms helps create a harmonious and rhythmic flow in the present moment.