These wooden crystal grids are beautiful additions to your altar, home and office space.
The sacred geometry shapes are considered to be the building blocks of the universe. And now this grid will help you create your own healing crystal layouts to manifest, make magic, amplify and protect you and your intentions.
These unique Coba Crystal layouts weaves circles, squares, triangles and a dodecahedron into one versatile layout. Use it for new moon, full moon, birthdays, new beginnings and to solidify clear endings.
Choose from the simple and powerful Seed of Life, the Petal of Life or the expansive Flower of Life, with the Coba Crystals dodecahedron border. These wooden grids measure 8" diameter and are painted Gold and White.
Use the Seed of Life for new projects, beginnings, manifestation, creation and growth. The 7 circles in this pattern are referenced in origin myths in many cultures and religions, in the 7 main chakras in our bodies, the 7 classical planets and in biological cell divisions. We can trace this pattern back to 2000 BCE.
Use the Petal of Life grid for balance of opposing dualities like masculine and feminine, and for harmony of the body, mind and soul. These 6 petals are formed by the Vesica Piscis contained within the Seed of Life pattern, and are sometimes called the Germ of Life pattern.
The Flower of Life is called "the blueprint of the universe," and can be seen around the world from the Temple of Osiris in Egypt to medieval English churches, the Golden Temple of Amritsar and the Forbidden City in Beijing. Within the 19 overlapping circles of the Flower of Life we find the building blocks for many other elements like circles, squares, vesica piscis and Use the Flower of Life to connect to the bigger picture, solidify your intentions, create the potential for your actions, clarify your vision, and to architect your expansion.
Use this grid with the Coba Crystal Collections for Home and Workspace.
For more on how to use crystal grids, see our Workshop on DIY Crystal Grids.
Coba Crystal Grids are a collaboration with Dustin Amberg, an artist based in Portland, Oregon.