Seeking - Sacred Geometry
by Chitra Jha
Master Jade Fire tells us that energy converts itself into matter through geometric codes. These geometric codes work their magic and bring the molecules of energy together to form certain shapes and structures. These basic sacred shapes are then put together to create matter; hence, everything in this universe can be broken down into mathematical formulae. Sacred geometry codes are spiritual truths because the energy of the shapes they create holds true every single time.
Since these codes are creative, we can use their energy to create anything, including wholeness and oneness with all that is.
In this world of duality, our life constantly shifts between the logical left-brain and the creative right brain. In fact, the very structure of our brain keeps us in duality. We cannot transcend our own brain but we can re-condition it to act as one. And the best tool for realising this purpose is sacred geometry.
When our brain functions as two brains, it gives us the experience of being dual: our ego and our spirit. And we constantly keep choosing, moment to moment, whether to be ego or whether to be spirit. But the fact is that we are both ego and spirit; hence, we must be able to live as ego and spirit simultaneously, without having to choose between the two. Sacred geometry has the power to move us beyond this choice, and make oneness our natural state.
So, how do we use this sacred geometry? We use it not by looking, wearing or keeping it with us; but by drawing it. On the one hand, your left-brain is aware that you are drawing; on the other hand, your right brain is engrossed in creativity. You are simultaneously lost in consciousness while being completely aware in physicality. This is the unity of ego and spirit, in a moment when neither predominates.
Initially we draw just the basic sacred geometry shapes. Later complex shapes can be formed by putting the basic shapes together. Once we understand the function of the basic shapes, we can combine them to make our own sacred geometry for our own unique purpose.
It is not a mental activity; we need to draw the shapes on a paper, in a free flowing activity. We need to get lost in this activity; be one with the shape we are drawing, and allow ourselves to be drawn in by the shape.
The circle is the shape of the cosmos and the womb. It carries within it the energy of completion, the energy of potential, and the energy of universe itself. It is the energy of wholeness; the energy of life, which has no beginning and no end, and no time. It is the circle of eternity.
Circle has the feminine energy. It balances the right and left-brain, and brings forth a surge of the creative force.
If you are feeling scattered and wish to feel whole once again, keep drawing the circle again, and again, and again. If you feel that your masculine energy is far stronger than the feminine energy, draw the circle. If you feel a block in your creativity, draw the circle.
Another sacred geometry shape with feminine energy is the spiral. Unlike the circle, the spiral has no closure. It goes on and on and on, starting from the very centre, moving outward and onward, in concentric rings. It is an infinite journey. From the centre (Source), all begins and moves out, moving outwards, and away from the Source, but at no point is the energy of Source interrupted because the spiral is an ongoing, unbroken line.
The spiral is the sacred geometry of evolution, and an ongoing creative process. It is about journeying onwards, and moving forwards. It is about letting go and surrendering.
If you are caught in the past and memories still haunt you, but you desire to move away from them, start drawing the spiral. Spiral will take you away from the past. But if you wish to go back into the past, to resolve and complete the energy, then draw an anti-spiral. Go back into that traumatic memory that you wish to resolve; surrender it, let it go and then draw the spiral.
You must always end this activity by drawing at least one spiral. (You only have to ‘think’ of the traumatic memory, draw the anti-spiral, and state your intent of releasing this memory. When you feel complete, draw the spiral and say, ‘I let it go, surrender, move, and evolve.’)
The spiral is about expansion but it is also about contraction. When we move ahead, we expand; when we go into our past, we contract. However, sometimes contraction is necessary to eliminate the energy of past traumas by re-visiting that experience to complete it.
The square carries the masculine energy, which is important to bring structure and order to life.
When there is disorder within or around you, and you desire some structure, then draw the square.
Square is important for children, because they usually rebel against structure and order. Young children must be encouraged to draw the square.
The new children have come to help the Earth; but if they do not understand the structure of the Earth, they cannot complete their missions. Therefore, on the one hand, they have to understand and comply with the structure of the Earth, and on the other hand, they have to break that structure and bring in something new.
If you see a rebellious child, encourage him to play the game of drawing squares. Engage him by saying, “Let us draw some squares. Let us see who can draw the largest number of squares in five minutes.” Then, ask the child to colour the squares.
You can do the same childish exercise for yourself as well, for who doesn’t require structure from time to time? It is wonderful to be creative but it is necessary to bring in order, and structure as well.
The shape that brings a balance between yin and yang, and which makes us neither too masculine nor too feminine, is the shape of the cross. The cross is the sacred symbol of balance between spirit and matter, feminine and masculine, emotional and mental. All polarities come into balance with the cross.
Cross is also the sacred geometry of transition, transformation, optimism, cheer, happiness, and hope. As you get into your balance and move into another stage of evolution, the cross helps in this transition.
When you feel despondent and when despair holds you in its clutches, just draw the cross. When you need to balance the left and the right brain, just draw the cross. Whenever you are in a transition phase, draw the cross.
Another sacred geometry symbol is the heart, which is the code for emotions and sensitivity. Emotional and over-sensitive people should not draw the heart as a continuous exercise; but those who cannot touch their emotions, are very practical, egocentric, and matter-oriented must certainly draw the heart. Those who are blocked to their own emotions would certainly be blocked to others’ emotions.
If you desire to bring in sensitivity, draw the heart. If you desire to understand your own emotions as well as of others', draw the heart. To move from conditional love to unconditional love, draw the heart.
Another sacred geometry code is the star. There are two types of stars; the six-pointed one and the five-pointed one. Both of them are companion stars. While the five-pointed star is for the Earth, the six-pointed star is for the Spirit.
The 6-pointed star is the energy of the Divine Mind. It forges a direct connection between the mind, the higher mind, and the Divine Mind.
If you desire to become a telepathic channel or a healer, or wish to understand divine laws, divine truths, and divine mind, draw the six-pointed star.
The five-pointed star brings all the elements of nature into balance and gives them a central direction.
If you desire to balance your life, home and your environment, draw the five-pointed star. When there are chaotic elements in nature such as a fire, flood, and earthquake and you want to abate their force, draw the five-pointed star.
The Diamond is a sacred symbol of of ascension, growth and clarity of mind and feeling. It helps us to connect with our intuition.
If you are confused, then to remove the confusion, draw a diamond.
The swastika is the symbol of the perfect mind, the perfect heart, and the perfect balance of Spirit and physicality. It is the symbol of the avatar, the perfect human being, who has transcended his humanness and functions as a Spirit, while still in physical embodiment. This symbol brings perfection, wholeness and expansion; connecting everything to the Source. It helps the human being, so that he can transcend his baseness and restricted desires, and become the perfect mind.
If you wish to reach the state of perfection, draw the swastika.
The triangle is the symbol of unity, oneness, balance, and creation. It is also the symbol of manifestation, illumination, magic, and alchemy.
If you are perfecting your skills at magic or manifestation, draw the triangle as often as you can.
If you desire to manifest something material, draw a downward pointing triangle. But if you desire to manifest something spiritual, such as a state of being, draw an upward pointing triangle.
If you wish to quell the quarrel between two warring parties, draw two right-angled triangles with the same centre line, representing the common energy between the two.
These are some of the basic sacred geometric codes, which we can use to benefit from the energies in them. These simple tools must be taught to all, especially to children. Once we have perfected these shapes and truly understood their energies, we can create our own sacred geometry. Once we are clear about the energy of the basic shapes, putting them together will follow naturally. As we flow with this energy, we learn the language of Creation.
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Subject: How to go about this? - 14 June 2012
I want to practise this technique of sc\acred geometry. How do I go about drawing these various geometric shapes? Do I just draw it on a sheet of paper? Please let me know. Thank you. Regards, Vishal +919923449006
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