Regarding discourse features, story-telling and way of thinking, Saadi's mind is of a symmetric nature. This, in itself, causes him to put his thoughts down clearly, logically, reasonably, and pleasurably. This article is about to examine dimensions of this subject in Saadi’s Gulistan. The symmetries we are studying include those symmetries available in the name of the chapters, the structure of the stories, the syntactic and semantic constituents, the characterizations, and finally the figures of speech such as antimetabole contrariety, meta-thesis, and simile. Based on the findings of this research, it is clarified that Saadi takes high advantage of different kinds of syntactic and semantic symmetries in the linguistic, semantic, stylistic and narrative level without letting it result in complexity. Saadi’s fervor for rhythmical and melodic prose could, also, be credited to his symmetrical mind. The subject at hand will be exemplified and clarified along this article through an optimal magnitude of examples extracted from Gulistan. It should be noted that except for some sporadic researches in this case, the subject hasn’t been directly come under the light of analysis so far. Consequently, there feels to be a critical must for further research on this case, as well.