Meanings behind the Designs

Our logo represents the element of three (Triangle element, 3 crystals and 3 pinecones. 

The number 3 represents oneness, duality, sacred, the trinity, mind body and soul, wisdom, knowledge, and understanding.

With the icosahedron lingering in the background to include the element of water and the meaning of flow and adaptability.

Sacred Washington means to:

"Keep our State Sacred"

You can take it two different ways,

1.To keep our State of being sacred,

2. To Keep our environment sacred

We chose Washington as our first state (since its our home state of our business) apart of our sacred state collection! State outline filled in with various sacred geometry patterns that carry a deeper meaning within themselves as well!

Each Item that has this design we give a portion of proceeds to help plant trees here in the NW!


Deeper History..

Sacred geometry symbols have been found in many ancient civilizations through out time. It lays out evidence of connection of creation and nature and everything in it.  

There has been a consistent kind of geometry or repeating regular shapes as the building blocks for existence. Some say to be divinely inspired, Sacred Geometry places a deeper meaning in geometric shapes, ratios and proportions.

These shapes can be found in nature. Including the nautilus shell, which forms a logarithmic spiral , the hexagonal shapes in beehives,  These shapes can even be found in the human body on a cellular level.

Through out history there have been early traces from 1600-1200BC,

Beginning of Common Era from 200BC-100AD, Common Era until Middle Age from100AD-1600AD, Until common times.

Used in arch decorations, floors, Jars, In caves, in temples, paintings, cups, Stone inscriptions and many more items that archeologists have uncovered.

Please do your own research find your own meaning of what these designs mean to you in your life!


Designs we use from history:


Seed of Life:

Also seen as the building blocks for existence. Pure potentiality.

Interconnectedness and importance of each part of creation.

7 circles can represent (7 days of creation, 7 colors of the rainbow, 7 chakras in our body, 7 realms in different religions, 7 steps to enlightenment)

Known as the universal symbol of creation, symbolizes the interconnection of all life originated from a single source in a divine plan. 

Flower of Life:

This has many representations and connections as well such as the Infinite cycle of life. The flower of life symbolism shows how we are all built from the same source, unity of everything!

Said to be the basic template for everything in existence; all geometric forms can be found within it, including sacred geometry shapes like the Platonic Solids, Metatron’s Cube, and the Merkaba. The Flower of Life symbolizes creation and reminds us of the unity of everything: we’re all built from the same blueprint. 

Metatron's Cube:

Often seen as a symbol of balance, harmony and used as a meditation aid. The circles, which form the Fruit of Life, represent unity and wholeness. On the other hand, the lines symbolize the interconnectedness of all things.

Within these thirteen circles are all of the five Platonic Solids.

The platonic solids are a set of five three-dimensional shapes that are considered to be the building blocks of the universe.

They are the star tetrahedron, octahedron, hexahedron, icosahedron, and dodecahedron.

These shapes are considered to be highly symmetrical and harmonious shapes and even according to Greek Philosopher Plato these also represented the five elements of fire, air, water, earth, and the heavens.


Sri Yantra:


The nine triangles are of various sizes and intersect with one another. In the middle is the power point called bindu, visualizing the highest, the invisible, elusive centre from which the entire figure and the cosmos expand outward from. 

The triangles are enclosed by two rows of lotus petals, representing  creation and vital energy. The broken lines of the outer frame represent a sanctuary with four openings to the regions of the universe.

Symbolizing the union of masculine and feminine divine energies, of wealth, and creation of abundance.

The word ‘yantra’ means ‘instrument’ and this is exactly what this symbol is: an instrument or powerful tool for intense meditation, prayer or concentration to allow one to achieve a higher level of consciousness. This design acts as a focusing point to help aid us on our journey.



Please take in what feels right for you and leave the rest, its all about what is relevant to you on your own journey and on your own time. Take the time to find out what these meanings mean to you out in nature and observe these patterns in your daily life!