Author Archives: mariengrace

What does “Embodied” mean?

We know that clearly defining the terms we use is of benefit for two reasons: (1) so that we can perceive how each of us understands what is said and find harmonic agreement, and (2) so that miscommunications are preempted as much as … Continue reading

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Holographic Mindfulness

As I begin to express the many inspirations that emerge through contemplating the principles of Embodied Sacred Geometry, I am finding that the elements are continually embedding into each other and emerging from each other. The Zero and the One … Continue reading

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ZerO/One : The whOle Point

The only geometry you really need is the Point. We each are a point. Every locus of attention is a central point in the universe. Each point of attention is a center of Source consciousness. Every Point is exploring a sacred path … Continue reading

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Invocation of the Sacred Intent at the Altar

Before I was able to commit to leading and teaching Embodied Sacred Geometry, I personally had to confront a bit of a demon that I carried. I saw that I had a streak of perfectionism that I had not been … Continue reading

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Invitation to the Circle

Most of us know the term “Sacred Geometry” and have seen the symbols, but how do we actually relate to them in a way that we feel their power having influence in our lives? We know we are at a … Continue reading

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In Artemis’ Wake

Wednesday, September 25, 2013 In Selcuk, Turkey The Nazhan Hotel where I am staying is around the corner and down the block from the Isa Bey Mosque, steps away from the entrance to the ruins of St. John’s Basilica, and … Continue reading

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In the Beginning of Culture

Sunday, September 22, 2013 or Someday, ~9013 BC Catalhuyuk, Turkey Outside of Konya is a Neolithic settlement that is perhaps the oldest and earliest found to date of its kind. It is one of those places that is necessitating reevaluating … Continue reading

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In Rumi’s Wake

September 21, 2013 Notes from Konya: Sema (the whirling Dervish ceremony) on Saturday night, full moon, fall equinox. Unfortunately I was very tired and not quite as present as I would have liked. Prior to attending I circumambulated the huge … Continue reading

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Digging through the layers

Blog entry September 21, 2013 En route to Konya, Turkey It is said by the Greeks that if you dig down only a meter or so anywhere in the country you will find something from the past. The country has … Continue reading

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Remembering on the Rock at Patmos

Blog entry September 20, 2013 In Patmos Greece I have been in Athens, Delphi, Meteora, and Patmos. I am almost at the end of the Greek portion of my trip. I have been wanting to write, but when I have … Continue reading

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The flying Ray: Initiatory Thoughts on my traveling to Greece

I am on my way to Athens, Greece, currently flying over South Dakota. I have intuited over the past month that this trip I am embarking on has much more implication than merely a fun tour. There have been many … Continue reading

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In The Beginning: The Radiant Point

I have discovered that the geometry we know as a point surrounded by the circle is the fundamental geometry, and is primary to each one of us. It is primary to every point of consciousness, and may be all the … Continue reading

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