Sacred geometry is everywhere. It is often referred to as the basic code of everything in nature, including ourselves. We've only got to learn how to see it.
There is an ancient philosophy that the universe is coded through geometry. Plato wrote that "God geometrizes continually". More recently, mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss said that "God arithmetizes."
We can observe sacred geometry and mathematical principles at work in nature. Some...
We've got a Playful Geometer in our midst... we are happy to present his exciting line of one-of-a-kind crafts, built using the magic of Sacred Geometry. His mission is "to provide homes and special events with radiant beauty that inspires awe for the archetypal forms from which life as we know it emerges."
The main attraction is a collection of colourful sacred geometry lanterns. Painstakingly handcrafted using a variety of revolutionary...
Rudraksha beads are malas, 108 beads strung into a set of prayer beads. The beads are seeds from the Rudraksha evergreen tree. These particular malas have been used by Hindus, Sikhs and Buddhists as rosaries as early as the 10th century. They can be used as a meditation tool, as well as to sanctify the mind, body and soul. The word Rudraksha is derived from "Rudra" (Shiva, the Hindu God...
Agate (General) Mother stone, grounding, protection. Perceptiveness and analytical capacity. Balance between physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual states.
Agate (Blue Lace) Calm and tranquility, reaching higher Spiritual planes, communicating with angels and activates the throat chakra
Agate (Moss) The most powerful of the agates. It was the agate of warriors. Moss agate is the most powerful of the agates that helps balance emotional energy.