The five platonic solids are archetypal shapes. These shapes are a part of our universe and have always existed in some way. The five Platonic Solids were thought in ancient civilizations to represent the five basic elements: earth, air, fire, water, and the universe. Man is not separated from Nature, yet is part of it. With the five platonic solids it is not only possible to heal any unbalance in the human body, but also align humans with planets and the whole Universe. They are the geometric codes of creation.
All the wisdom, knowledge, and experiences of the Universal Mind can be explored and utilized through the platonic solids. It is the means through which evolution occurs. The platonic solids transmit consciousness.
The tetrahedron is the first platonic solid and is associated with fire, and perpetuates balance and stability.
The cube is the second platonic solid and is associated with the earth, and reconnecting energy to nature.
The octahedron is the third platonic solid and is associated with air, and cultivating acceptance and compassion.
The dodecahedron is the fourth platonic solid and is associated with the universe, and represents mystery and meditation. Plato stated that the dodecahedron was “used for arranging the constellations on the whole heaven.” The dodecahedron can be seen as representing the universe with the twelve zodiac signs corresponding to the twelve faces of the dodecahedron.
The icosahedrons is the fifth platonic solid and is associated with water, and enhances creative thought and expression.
Where do the Platonic solids come from?
The five Platonic solids come from the first informational system of the Fruit of Life. Hidden within the lines of Metatron’s Cube are all five of these shapes. When you look at Metatron’s Cube, you’re looking at all five Platonic solids at once.
What is the Metatron’s Cube?
It is one of the most important informational systems in the universe, one of the basic creation patterns of existence.
Uses of the five Platonic Solids
The five platonic solid have been used to amplify the channeling of spiritual healing energy. These figures facilitate the expansion of consciousness through which effective life-affirming action occurs. Place all five figures where you study or work and your concentration will grow. In some shamanic teachings, the five shapes also correspond to five directions and five types of healings:
Tetrahedron: the east and mental healing. It helps you think clearer by expanding your mind. It transmits the consciousness of fire to enlighten and transform.
Hexahedron: the south and physical healing. It transmits the consciousness of stability, provides foundations for creativity and contains out-of-control energies and transmits the consciousness of elemental earth.
Octahedron: the heart and spiritual healing. It helps grow self-awareness and an intuitive understanding of life. Transmitting the consciousness of air, navigates multi-dimensional realities creating opportunities, providing perspective and offering guidance.
Dodecahedron: the center and soul healing. It helps to make sense of your incarnational experiences in this lifetime and many others. By transmitting etheric consciousness, it coalesces multi-dimensional co-creation.
Icosahedron: the west and emotional healing. It facilitates movement because it transmits the consciousness of water: cleansing, life giving, fluent, dynamic, and powerful.
When working with the Platonic Solids, you are engaging the power sources of creation to manifest a new life. You are not plugging into a circuit. You are becoming the electromagnetic frequency through which a new reality will manifest. To handle this power, a meditative state is necessary so that you can free yourself of third dimensional limitations and enter into the electromagnetic energy streams of higher dimensional consciousness.
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