The Front of the Medal
On the front of the medal is the actual Consecration process. God our Father is seen in heaven reaching down to us on earth; man is seen on earth reaching up to God our Father in heaven. The force of God's Love for us is shown in the rays that proceed down from His hand; the force of our love for Him is pictured in our "fiat" radiating up to Him. These rays intersect through the Cross of Jesus. This Cross is the bridge or link between God our Father and His children. At one end, it is grounded in the earth through Mary, our Mother. It then proceeds up through the sanctifying power of the Holy Spirit into Heaven at the other end. Eight lights, signifying the Scripturally supported Octave, are shown on the horizontal beam of the Cross. These eight lights serve to guide us on our journey back home to God our Father.
The Back of the Medal
The back of the medal displays the eight-stringed harp of David, as mentioned in Psalm 6. St. Augustine understood this mystically, as symbolizing the octave€ seven days of this mortal life followed by the last resurrection and the world to come. And that during our mortal life, like David, we must also feel sorrow for our sins and repent of them while here on earth. On this eight-stringed harp we have placed the eight themes or steps of the “Holy Octave of Consecration to God our Father” praise, thanksgiving, offering, repentance, inheritance, fiat, fidelity, and consecration. Inside the bow of the harp are printed the words: "The rhythm and harmony of God's Will." This reminds us that when we pluck the eight strings or themes of this consecration to God Our Father, a beautiful music ascends to heaven€ - we are choosing to live in the rhythm and harmony of His Will.
Kingdom of Our Father by Thomas Petrisko, interview with Barbara Centilli p.259