If your reality could use a cosmic re-tuning, why not open yourself up to the divine principle behind it all?
If your reality could use a cosmic re-tuning, why not open yourself up to the divine principle behind it all? Welcome to the infinite and mind-bending world of Sacred Geometry, one of the few subjects that appeal to the left brain and right brain at the same time. Sacred geometry ascribes symbolic and sacred meanings to certain geometric shapes and certain geometric proportions. It is associated with the belief that a Great and Intelligent Universal Force of Consciousness is the Geometer of the Cosmos.
Incorporating sacred geometry into our lives and living environments is a powerful way to amplify our connection to Spirit, maximize our potential.
Incorporating sacred geometry into our lives and living environments is a powerful way to amplify our connection to Spirit, maximize our potential. Sacred geometry is woven through all that exists. It is the invisible architecture of creation, the stamp of the cosmos. It raises our vibration and touches a deep chord in our soul’s memory. This ancient language describes a definite order of physics; how everything works. When we understand how it all works, we have the tools we need to become extraordinary.
Greater understanding allows us to tap into the power of, and to be in harmony with the Universe. And even if we don’t understand it — for indeed, it is a deep mystery — we can use its power to enhance our lives and be humbled and grateful in the face of it.
As the conscious mind rests and relaxes, the subconscious mind will be busy sorting.
When your conscious mind is cleared and quieted, it has the ability to put you in the state, allowing you to use your power of imagination to create a Dome of Protecting White Light, leading to higher states of consciousness.
Domes copy the fundamental shape of creation – the sphere. Atoms, molecules, the earth, sun, stars, moon, etc. are all spheres which mathematically generate a point at the center that creates stillness. Also known as the Bindu point in ancient meditation practice.