Sacred geometry is the basis of everything that is. It is the study of the “Oneness of Creation” from the perspective of geometric forms and patterning found throughout nature especially within plants. Sacred geometry may be recognized as a complex system of symbols and structures involving space, time and matter and according to this view, the basic patterns of existence are perceived as sacred. Sacred geometry has been expressed in symbols, images, art, mysticism, architecture, books, plants in nature and jewellery throughout history by masons, artists, sculptures, writers, metaphysicians and geometricians to convey religious, philosophical, cultural and spiritual beliefs.
By acknowledging and studying the nature of these patterns, forms, relationships and their connections, contemplation and insight may be gained into the mysteries and laws of the universe.
The study of sacred geometry is a great way to integrate both sides of your brain. While being based in pure mathematics (left brain), it simultaneously gives you a profound insight into the interconnectedness, wonderment, and pure divinity of all creation (right brain).
For those of us who love the natural world; a particular flower, a bee’s honeycomb, a seashell, snowflake or even a simple green leaf such as from the Cannabis plant from which Australian hemp oil is manufactured, you have most likely noticed there are geometric shapes and repeating patterns all around us which occur naturally in the environment. These are representations of sacred geometry and one does not have to hold any particular religious convictions in order to appreciate the aesthetic beauty of sacred geometry. There are however, both mathematical and religious theories relating to sacred geometry.
Ancient philosophers, architects and artists like Plato, Pythagoras and Leonardo da Vinci were all masters of sacred geometry and understood the golden ratio, or phi. The golden ratio is the mathematical proportion 1:1.6180339…to infinity. Its mathematical name is phi, but it is also known as the divine proportion, and is the mathematics behind almost everything, being an essential aspect of life itself. The Egyptians believed it was in the creative process and the fire of life, whilst Plato considered it key in the understanding of the cosmos.
Another aspect of the golden ratio is the Fibonacci Series. Plant growth is governed by the Fibonacci sequence, which describes how things grow by building and multiplying what’s already there. Each number in the series is the sum of the two before it: 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, etc. The ratio of each successive pair of numbers is approximately 1.618 (phi). The higher the numbers, the more accurate they get. 8 divided by 5 is 1.60, but 89 by 55 is 1.61818. This series is found abundantly in nature, like the way that plant stems branch out, trees roots and flowers form, ferns unfurl, pine cones form and the way in which plant leaves are formed. The Cannabis plant is a blueprint of the golden ration with its divine proportions. Not only does its structure follow all phi principles, but along with its unique receptors, the Cannabis plant and therefore, Australian hemp oil is at one with nature and the universe.
Australia’s spectacular growing conditions of high quality soil, pure air and clean water are in perfect alignment with the foundations of sacred geometry resulting in a perfectly balanced Australian hemp oil. Unika’s Australian hemp oil is a 100% Australian grown, owned, hand‐made and uniquely crafted broad‐spectrum hemp extract oil range; utilising best standardregenerative, organic and bio‐dynamic farming practices.