Cosmic Egg Symbolism and Meaning
The Big Bang formed the Cosmic Egg, from which God and later the Universe originated. Therefore, the Cosmic Egg is the symbol of creation.
We find the Cosmic Egg in different mythologies throughout the ancient world, such as Greece, China, and Egypt.
For the Pythagoreans, Cosmic Egg contains the All and everything in it.
They also relate the egg to the archetype of the number 0. So the number zero represents the potentiality of both what is not, all that is, and will be.>
Which came first: the chicken or the egg?
Before the Big Bang, there was an Eternal, Omnipresent, and Unlimited Force that ultimately transcends the power of our mind because it precedes the notion of God.
The Tao is like a well:
used but never used up.
It is like the eternal void:
filled with infinite possibilities.
It is hidden but always present.
I don’t know who gave birth to it.
It is older than God.Tao Te Ching – Chapter 4
Enjoy this symbol of creation and build a life full of joy, health, love, and peace!
Benefits of this Mandala:
This artwork was designed to enhance your Third Eye Chakra.
- Stimulates a new positive energy
- Awakens your inner wisdom
- Boosts abundance in all areas
How to Use this Mandala
In the first 21 days, sit comfortably in front of the Mandala, breath deep, close your eyes, and intend a positive transformation to your life. A life of abundance and wisdom.
Open your eyes and focus on the Mandala center for at least 5 minutes; try not to blink your eyes. While doing so, feel the energetic exchange of this Mandala with your third eye.
The Power of Mandalas
The word Mandala comes from Sanskrit and means circle. The Mandala represents the connection between Man and the Universe, the circle of energy that keeps us alive, in peace, and in balance.
They are still used today as instruments of concentration to reach higher states of meditation, especially in Tibet and Buddhism.
About the Artist
Roberto Simões is a free-thinker influenced by Platonic Idealism, Carl G. Jung’s analytical psychology, and the Pythagorean School’s sacred geometry.