The triangle represents equilibrium, harmony, and completion. Rising upwards, it raises us to **a greater level** of consciousness. CIRCLE: completeness, oneness, the never-ending circle/cycles of life, the eternal constant, cycles of change, unity, perfection, inclusiveness, limitslessness.

The triangle is the most powerful symbol in all of geometry. It can be used to represent **any number** of things, but most commonly it stands for completeness, understanding, acceptance, closure, learning experience, change, transformation, and resurrection. The triangle has many names including trinity, holy trinitarian, divine triangle, great chain of being, angelic triangle, dragon's head, and snake's tail. It has been called the father, the mother, and the child of gods.

The triangle is an important part of many religions around the world. It is often used as a symbol of faith, spirituality, truth, righteousness, and love. In Judaism, the term "mitzvah" means "commandment" or "duty," and the commandments are divided into **three groups**: positive duties that lead to spiritual growth (such as "honor your father" and "love your neighbor"); negative duties that keep society functioning (such as "do not murder" and "do not steal"); and protective duties that preserve the community from harm (such as "guard the door of your house").

A triangle is symbolic of manifestation, enlightenment, revelation, and a higher viewpoint. It is frequently used to denote the stages of development that lead to a higher state of being. It signifies a spiritual road to enlightenment or a relationship to an all-powerful entity.

In mathematics, a triangle is any plane figure formed by **three lines** that intersect only at a single point. In geometry, a triangle is an equilateral triangulation of a surface; that is, every two adjacent vertices are connected by edges of equal length. In **this context**, "triangle" may also refer to a polygon with three sides and no interior angles greater than 120 degrees.

The word "triangle" comes from the Greek τρίγωνο, trogon, which means "three-cornered." It originally referred to a gold coin with **a triangular shape** but it was later applied to other coins with similar shapes. The term "trigram" is used to describe a set of three letters or symbols that form a meaningful unit. The trigram KJH is an example, as it is the name of a book by John Keats. A shorthand way of writing out the phrase "triangle inequality" is using the word "triple" in place of "triangle".

A Straightforward Triangle For starters, it is associated with the number three, which signifies balance and real knowledge in many civilizations. It may represent time, and having a triangle tattoo implies that you are the product of your past, present, and future. A triangle might indicate three characteristics or qualities that you appreciate. It could also mean that you are a triangular person who has made up **his/her mind** about things.

A triangle is a complete object, so it can be either male or female, depending on how you view it. If you think of it as masculine, then it will give you strength and power. If you think of it as feminine, it will give you sensitivity and compassion. In **either case**, it's an ideal tattoo for a balanced person who wants to honor the world around them.

There are different styles of tattoos representation wise, but at its most basic, a triangle represents the idea that no matter what path you choose, you'll reach **one point** only to turn back toward the source.

It is said that if you draw three lines from any point to each of the other two points, they will form **a perfect square**. This means that no matter where you go, there is always a return route. For this reason, triangles are considered to be loyal creatures, and some say that they can read your heart. Others claim that they are easy to trick into doing what you want them to do.