Energy of Ancient Symbols

1. Hunab Ku

Ancient Mayan symbol of cosmic consciousness

The Mayans where very advanced in mathematics. They also believed that the entire universe is comprised of awareness and consciousness that they called Hunab Ku and it is this consciousness upon which all the mathematical laws upon of the universe operates.

The Mayans created the symbol of Hunab Ku consisting of a circle and a square similar to that of Pythagorean structures. The symbol represents the Mayan understanding that four elements make up the universe – earth, air, water and fire. The symbol Hunab Ku represents the cosmic consciousness and that Earth and Man are part of this consciousness.

The symbol Hunab Ku helps the bearer sense different colors, scents and sounds. It also helps configuring prosperity energy.

The energy of the entire Universe emerges from the center of the cosmos. Different religions and cultures call this universal center by different names; Tibetans call it Mount Mero and Mayans call it Hunab Ku. From within the Hunab Ku a pure energy emerges and radiates to the entire cosmos. The energy arriving from the center of the cosmos to Earth in this solar system does not arrive directly because it does not have a direct route to our planet. Rather, energy from the cosmic center arrives to the Sun and all sorts of other stars and planets first. The celestial bodies that this pure energy pass through, transforms the energy into energy with the unique qualities of the celestial body and the energy is then reflected to Earth.

2. Eye of Horus

The eye in this pendant is a known Egyptian symbol called the Eye of Horus, and it was used as a symbol of protection and health.

The six parts that compose the Eye of Horus shape, form six different mathematical fractions: ½, ¼, 1/8, 1/16 1/32. Each fraction represents one of the six senses with which we experience reality. The composition of the eye of Horus inside the triangle represents the cosmic unity that cannot be grasped with our six senses but exists in all of nature. The symbol helps strengthen and improve senses of the wearer and provides protection and health.

3. Shefa

Use the power of good will to create abundance in your life.

Shefa, in its highest and most profound meaning, means a tool for creating abundance.  It holds powerful kinetic energy, the kind of energy that when coupled with one’s intent for the highest goodness and aligned with the Divine will, can move mountains or feed the world. 

4. Tree of Life

Bring unity and love into your life.

 "32 paths of secret wisdom"

The Tree of Life is one of the most familiar of the Sacred Geometry Symbols. The 10 sefirot together with the 22 letters constitute the “32 paths of secret wisdom”. The Tree of Life pendant forms the key to God’s original creation. The pendant fits exactly to the Seed of Life and the Flower of Life.

The Tree of Life is used as a sign of unity and love.

5. Tibetan Knot

The Tibetan knot pendant helps the wearer realize the natural rule of cause and effect. The symbol in the middle of the pendant is called the Tibetan knot (Srivatsa or the endless knot) and is one of the eight symbols of the Tibetan Buddhism. The Tibetan knot can stand for karmic consequences: pull here, something happens over there. It is an apt symbol for the Vajrayana methods: Often when we tug at one part of a knot while trying to loosen it, another part gets tighter.  You have to work with the knot to get it to come undone. In its endless configuration, it evokes the cyclic nature of rebirth and also calls karmic connections to mind.

6. Tibetan Hung

Obtain a clear vision of reality by removing illusion from your life.

 "Jewel of Enlightenment is in the Heart of Lotus"

(Translation for the “Om Mani Padme Hung” mantra)

The Tibetan Hung is one of the most well known Tibetan symbols and is a part of the ancient Tibetan mantra - “Om Mani Padme Hum" or "Om Mani Padme Hung”.  According to the Tibetans, the Buddha’s instructions for enlightenment are concealed inside this mantra..

The “Om Mani Padme Hung" mantra helps us to detach ourselves from the illusion of the words and the sounds that surround us. It helps us to see the words for what they really are: empty.

7. Egg of Life

The Egg of Life pendant is a two dimensional version of the shape called the Egg of Life. The shape is composed of eight spheres in a way that if we draw a line between the centers, we get a three-dimensional Star of David.

The Egg of Life shape is the shape of the multi-cellular embryo on it first hours. The Egg of Life shape is the second stage of a structure known as the Seed of Life, before the flower of life stage. These shapes contain the mathematical/geometrical base of the creation. The Egg of life includes the whole musical world within it, because the length between the spheres gives us the tone and half tone. The Egg of Life pendant is used for balance, health and as a symbol for fertility.

8. Tibetan Om

The Om symbolizes the first frequency that created the universe.

Sound is frequency, and the whole universe is made up of frequencies. Om generates a sound, and this sound symbolizes movement and rest, which are once again the attributes of a frequency. The OM symbol also has a meaning - the top symbolizes the start of creation, emerging from the vast emptiness. The pendant also includes the Tibetan Knot symbol, one of the eight symbols of Tibetan Buddhism. If you pull one side it will pull another part. In order to break the knot we need to free ourselves of our attachments. In order to break the knot we need to free ourselves of our attachments.

Tibetan Om helps the wearer understand that every decision has an effect on his/her life. It fills the wearer’s life with unity, strengthens the intentions and helps the intentions gain acceleration in the matter of coming true.

9. Golden Spiral, Fibonacci

Add beauty and tranquility to your life through harmony with nature. The Golden Spiral structure represents two well known sacred geometry shapes: the golden mean (phi) spiral and Fibonacci Spiral. The Golden mean spiral is the secret proportion of beauty as it exists in nature. The Golden Spiral pendant generates harmony and tranquility and is a symbol of natural beauty.

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