A Yoga Mat to Love - Metatron Sacred Geometry which connect to the divine.

A Yoga Mat is not only use for yoga. My students also use it for meditation or to do stretching.

We come with the idea to ad the healing technique of use sacred geometry and today we want to show you the one with the form of metatron.

The term ‘sacred geometry’ refers to various shapes and forms that have been used traditionally in art, architecture and meditation for thousands of years. These same shapes and forms are also found in natural organisms.

Sacred geometry is the essence of everything around us, including both materialized and immaterialized things.

In some cases, we can see it’s a beautiful manifestation in the 3D, in formations such as snowflakes, leaves, or crystals.

But a lot of the time, sacred geometry is the invisible force that drives the world. Each of the shapes carries a powerful frequency that has a healing and soothing effect on our whole being.

In these formations, we can find peace, work with them to release stress and tension, and even stimulate deep spiritual awakening.

What makes them so powerful is that sacred geometry is also an integral part of us, so we are essentially working with something that is familiar to us. Sacred geometry is like a genetic code, a form of energetic DNA that shapes our very being.

These shapes work with the energy, patterns, and thoughts that are the root cause of unpleasant mental or physical symptoms. Through them, we are always connected to the Divine and everything that surrounds us, materialized or not.

Sacred geometry can appear somewhat esoteric, but a basic understanding can provide a helpful way of viewing our world that you can use in your own life.

Ancient cultures, including Christians, Hindus, Greeks and Egyptians, recognized that certain patterns or geometric shapes are repeated throughout nature. For instance, the cells of a honeycomb are hexagons, and a snail’s shell is a spiral.

These common patterns and shapes came to be known as sacred geometry. They were further broken down into various numbers, mathematical formulas and specific symbols that the ancients believed were the building blocks for everything in the universe.

Modern science supports this theory. It’s been found that the molecular shapes that form the basis of life are in fact many of the same patterns identified by ancient cultures.

Sacred geometry refers to the ways that shapes and patterns are repeated throughout nature, including the mental and spiritual worlds. Full study of these patterns reveals the myriad ways that we are connected at (and to) all levels of life. Every discipline, every way of knowing (such as chemistry, physics, architecture, music, even one’s emotional states), can be shown to have a correlation in sacred geometry. Even mathematics would not be possible without sacred geometry, for numbers and their laws arise out of (and could not exist without) shape, form, proportion, and the relationships these reveal.

Knowledge of these sacred symbols and mathematical formulas allowed the construction of many historical buildings, such as the great pyramids of Egypt, the Greek Parthenon and the intricate temples found throughout South and Central America.

Metatron’s Cube

Metatron’s Cube is a two-dimensional geometric figure created from 13 equal circles with lines from the center of each circle extending out to the centers of the other 12 circles. Six circles are placed in a hexagonal pattern around a central circle, with six more extending out along the same radial lines.

Metatron’s Cube shares 2-D resonance with the Flower of Life. It is a sacred geometry figure. Its name makes reference to Metatron, an angel mentioned in apocryphal texts including the Second Book of Enoch and the Book of the Palaces.

There are actually six circles on the interior part placed in the pattern of a hexagon – all around a single circle placed in the center. There are also six more circles extending out along those same radial lines. Since there are 13 circles in Metatron’s cube, each of which have nodes or lines connecting to the other 12 circles, the symbol contains a total of 78 lines inside it.

The Flower of life is also composed of 13 circles.

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This Cube can later be seen in Christian art, where it appears on his chest or floating behind him. Metatron’s cube is also considered a holy glyph, and was often drawn around an object or person to ward off demons and satanic powers.

According to the myth, Metatron created a cube out of his soul which came to be known as the symbol named Metatron’s cube. The meaning of Metatron’s cube symbol has been a matter of debate for quite some time.

Some scholars have debated about the original purpose and the meaning of this cube, but there are some pretty good theories. One of these theories is that Metatron’s cube is a way for God to pass on knowledge to human beings. The reasoning beyond this theory relates to the tree of life. Metatron’s cube is believed to be originally derived from the tree of life.    However, according to the early holy scriptures, humans were not around when there was the original tree of life.

Therefore, in order for God to pass on knowledge to humans, specifically about the tree of life, it would be necessary for humans to study Metatron’s cube. It is a channel of knowledge, in a sense.

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Metatron’s cube is also a holy glyph. In the olden days it was used as a drawing to ward off demons, unholy spirits, and other unwanted guests.

Some scholars have theorized that the 13 circles actually represent the 13 archangels. It is said that these archangels each hold a specific element of creation, and therefore, with God’s love, expand these elements to give life to all. They are said to be able to bring balance to the earth.

It is also said that the 13 circles in Metatron’s cube also represent the 13 centers of energy in our human bodies. It is said that there are 13 energy centers of experience. These are believed to be manifested through Metatron’s cube.

Number 13 is also sacred because it represents the 13 sacred keys of creation. Each of the circles is representative of one of the divine laws of creation. According to one interpretation, these 13 keys hold the secrets to both evolution and divine spiritual enlightenment.

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