Geometric yantra

 

When you are meditating, after you’ve meditated on the yantra or candle flame, simply try feeling gratitude. Sit and feel grateful to existence because you are meditating.

Today’s post inspiration is from Yantram Studio.

Credits: CHaSKi via GifCities and Internet Archive, Picture Quotes

Fractal Geocosm – Sacred Geometry

 

This was done as a collaboration between myself and Avneeth Srikrishna. His octagram piece caught my eye and I decided to create this infinite zoom piece from it.

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Credits: Avneeth SrikrishnaAnsel Bickerton and Sacred Geometry

Icosahedron – Sacred Geometry

 

“Icosahedron” this is the 5th and final platonic solid. It has 20 triangular faces, 12 vertices, and 30 edges. – if you look closely you might be able to catch it appearing to spin backwards.

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Credits: Ansel Bickerton and Sacred Geometry

Octahedron – Sacred Geometry

 

This is the “Octahedron” – A sort of double pyramid that is a platonic solid – that is each vertex is equal, each face is equal, and each edge is equal. The platonic solids are a symbol of equality everywhere.

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Credits: Ansel Bickerton and Sacred Geometry