Sacred geometry in nature: from pentagon to pentagram

Look at the evolution of the Viburnum flower. Its buds have the form of a white or yellow pentagon. 12 pentagons form a dodecahedron, the most sacred form of the platonic solids. The dodecahedron expresses universal love and grace, connecting us to the creator within.

Once the Viburnum starts to blossom, the shape of a pentagon transforms into a pentagram: The flower’s five petals form a soft, round version of a five-pointed star (or pentagram). The underlying energetics of the pentagram connects us to our own essence.



What does the inherent sacred geometry of this flower tell us? From the outburst of universal love (pentagon bud), a pentagram flower emerges, shining its essence into the world. How do YOU share your essence?

Please join me in a short practice of experiencing universal love and grace with the dodecahedron:

Go into your zero-point in the middle of your heart chakra and breathe. You might want to close your eyes. Imagine you can see, sense or feel a dodecahedron right in front of you – one large enough for you to step into. Set the intention to step into the centre of the dodecahedron. Ask the dodecahedron to activate itself and rotate within and around you, sharing its energies of grace and universal love with you. Breathe in deeply and bask in the energies you are sensing. Do you feel peace and an expansion in your heart chakra?

I recommend connecting to the dodecahedron in this way when you wake up – so you can start your day off in harmony with yourself – as well as at the end of the day as an act of appreciation and gratitude to yourself and your day. This practice is also a very helpful tool when you feel down or lonely.

If you want to see more examples of sacred geometry in nature, please go to my Instagram page[1] where I posted a sacred geometry in nature series (photos from 16.07.2019 to 30.09.2019).



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