Seven Sided Design

Discover more about the symbolism of the number seven.

Seven Sided Designs

Experience More

1. Sacred Geometry

The number 7 is known as the ‘virgin’ number in sacred geometry. It cannot be divided or multiplied by any number in the ‘decad’ to make another number from 1-10. It represents purity, and destiny.

2. Seven Main Religions

The number 7 is significant so often in the 7 main religious or spiritual traditions: Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Sikhism, Hinduism and Mythology.

It has many different spiritual and religious meanings. It is a metaphysical number symbolic of the student, the mystic, and the seeker of deeper truths and spiritual wisdom.

3. Seven Grandfather Teachings

The 7 Grandfather Teachings, a gift from the First Nations people, that anyone can apply, to live a good life.

4. Femininity

The number 7 in most religions is associated with the feminine, e.g. Pallas Athena in Greece, and Mary in Christianity has the 7 attributes of the perfected human soul. In the Old Testament it is associated with 7 Pillars of Wisdom and the Shekinah in Judaism, and is known as the ‘Divine Sophia’ in Christianity. This feminine quality symbolises nurturing and love of mankind. The 7-sided star associated with Isis, the ancient Egyptian goddess of women and fertility, the bringer of unconditional love and light, who resonates with the healing, nurturing and elevating energy of the Creator.

5. Seven Chakras

The 7 chakras in our bodies, and in particular the 7th chakra, representing the marriage of the male and female energies in balanced union, and the fusion of the lower self with the Higher Self, i.e. the attainment of unified consciousness and spiritual awakening.

6. Seven Colours of the Rainbow

The 7 colours of the rainbow, and when combined create white light, signify the healing and loving power of God, Allah, Higher Power, Great Spirit, Great Life force, Creator, or as you may wish to call Him / Her.

7. Seven Notes in an Octave

The 7 notes in an octave in music (the 8th being a repeat of the first).