Here is my crystal grid, in use. In this particular case, I actually have a nice painted piece of wood to lay my crystals on - I chose Metatron’s Cube with Lepus in the center to represent the cosmos, and my bunny that passed away. Anyways, in the center I have my labradorite pendulum, being charged by the surrounding stones. I generally use this as more of a charging station than a crystal grid, but it works well for me.
Each and every part of our being and our Universe is contained within the gridwork that we know as Metatron’s Cube. Metatron’s cube ultimately represents Magic, Alchemy and containment. Among its attributes are the three directions of up and down, side to side, and front to back, with the concept of a cube within a cube. At the center of the world, which is also man, there is a synthesis, an equilibrium of the six directions that is of the three spatial sections and a neutral center. It is the ultimate Magical container. It is The Box and the Incubator in which breeds the Putrefacation of the seed of First Light, the concept by which we believe in death and resurrection.
Metatron’s Cube is a
sacred Sacred Geometrical symbol that forms a map of Creation, and it is
this ‘map’ that the mystics, sages and ancient civilizations have
revered throughout the ages of time. The Source energy, through the
field of Metatron’s Cube, creates the potential field of creation – a
field of high vibrational frequencies that ripple out through creation
eventually creating colour, then sound and finally at their lower levels
of vibration – physical matter. Thus the field of Source energy
(represented by Metatron’s Cube) permeates through every level, through
every aspect of Creation. Metatron’s Cube is composed of 13 spheres held together by lines from the midpoint of each sphere. The
spheres of Metatron’s Cube represent the ‘Feminine’ whilst the straight
lines represent the ‘Masculine’. Thus Metatron’s Cube represents the
weaving together of the Male & Female polarities to create the
ONENESS field of the infinite ALL.