The interconnection of mathematics, symbolism, and spirituality
Sacred Geometry is a discipline that combines mathematics, symbolism, and spirituality, and highlights the presence of geometric patterns that are considered sacred or divine.
Such patterns are common in nature, and can be found for instance in a snail’s shell—reminiscent of a spiral—in hexagonal honeycombs, and in water droplets that, observed under a microscope, take the most diverse forms.
According to this belief, geometric patterns are closely linked to the Order of the Cosmos, and are perceived as symbolic representations of divine or spiritual aspects.
The main elements are: the circle, the sphere, the point, the spiral, the flower of life, and Metatron’s cube.