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Sacred Geometry

Wednesday, March 10th, 2010

The Golden Ratio

Like “TIME” being circular, the study of Sacred Geometry begins with the circle – no beginning, no end; the Alpha and Omega.

Observe the point at the center of the circle – the great VOID.  It forms a sphere.  And then, to know Itself, replicates the circle, forming 2 circles that intersect – the Vesica Piscis, Creation of Life.  Sacred Geometry is embracing the spiritual essence of the pattern of all Life, the wonderment of Everything in Perfect Order.

OK, so the five platonic solids can be seen within the Flower of Life, that ancient symbol you’ve probably seen many times.  Then there’s Metatron’s Cube, and the five platonic solids can be found within this geometry too.  Without sounding irreverent, The Creator is a mathematician!

On the subject of Sacred Geometry, we could hypothesize, pontificate, and discuss ad infinitum; and all of that is stimulating & wonderful….but to apply this to our present life, let’s take a look at a tool  I have discovered that uses Sacred Geometry symbols, mandalas, and yes, crop circles, to guide the subconscious into new ways of looking at things – a gentle, simple way to re-program old patterns of belief and unlock the potentials that already exist within you.    

 To be authentic, i.e. know what I’m talking about, I have been practicing this method since last fall, incorporating it into my daily meditation, and I can tell you IT IS POWERFUL!!!  To explain briefly, you ask a question of yourself, like “What can I do to feel more confident?”  Then, blindfolded, you choose 3 cards.  Doing this blindfolded allows your intuitive Higher Self to choose which messages and patterns will support your question.

 I have noticed each week seems to build on the previous one, and sometimes I will draw the same card I drew before, and it will show me an entirely new meaning!  Some of the intriguing holograms perfectly match specific crop circles.  Interesting, huh?  In my fascination with this subject, I have collected several books, including one that contains beautiful photographs taken by Steve & Karen Alexander.

 If you are interested in exploring the Sacred Geometry kit, it is available at Borders or online. It contains a CD, 33-card deck of colorful holograms, study guide, journal, & tracing paper. The author is simply Janosh.  His work is beautifully done & I’ve found, inspiring.