Most of the ancient cultures already had the knowledge that numbers have a metaphysical meaning. From numbers, nature created geometrical shapes – the sacred geometry.
The sacred geometry establishes the principle that the cosmos is the geometer of the world. It attributes symbolic and sacred meanings to specific geometric shapes and geometric proportions.
Plato considered Geometry and the numbers the essence of the philosophical language.
But when we talk about Geometry or Numerology the way it has been used in the Sacred Geometry, we have to talk about the Geometry and Arithmetic of the Pythagorean School.
Pythagoras knew that every number is an archetype. Each archetype is associated with symbolic meaning. In milliseconds, our subconscious scans any image and captures the archetypal information without interacting with the rational mind. We use symbols to interpret archetypes.
This involuntary and irrational process stimulates emotional states and abilities in the beholder. It generates the production of neurotransmitters in the brain, such as endorphin, dopamine, oxytocin, and serotonin.
Symbols are the language of subconsciousness, and the subconscious rules our lives. Score one of these minimalist pythagorean school posters and decorate your home while working on your self-improvement.