Category Archives: Geometric Philosophy

Geometries of Love

Why do we call sacred geometries “sacred”? Sacredness encourages coherency through multiple scale. For instance, it is the bottom of the spine that is the sacrum, that feels the pull of gravity through our vertical into the next grand level … Continue reading

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The Geometry of Beauty

How do we recognize beauty? What is the value of beauty in a world of seeming chaos? Can beauty help us to become more aligned in the multidimensional realities? Just as in the Sacred Geometries, there are symmetries and harmonies in … Continue reading

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The Geometry of Language

Attention and light are the same. If we are able to see something then it has light. Light, i.e. attention, can be focused or diffused, wide or narrow. Language is a system of bending light to create meanings. Meanings are … Continue reading

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Depth Dualism – Intimacy & the Path of Separation

The below article is something I wrote back in 1999. There are a few aspects of it that I would expand upon with my current understanding, but on the whole I still feel that it can be a very valuable … Continue reading

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Expansion and Contraction or Love and Fear

Dynamic movement in 3D can be reduced down to a polarity of Expansion/Contraction. From the point of view of direct experience, we can feel this expansion or contraction energetically. It is felt as tension (contraction) or release and growth (expansion). … Continue reading

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5 : 6

The Phibbon (see blog entry The Phi Ratio Moment, or The Phibbon) is a metaphor for the dynamic spiraling of the serpent dragon, able to curl its way into any dimension. It is the snake circling around the axis of the caduceus. It … Continue reading

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The Phi Ratio Moment, or The Phibbon

The Phi Ratio Moment is the Now within a Fibonacci-like string of relating past to present to get the next future. This Phi ratio is the harmonic ratio that integrates all fields, through dimensions, into more and more ripples of … Continue reading

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Respect = Re-Specked

What is necessary for love to emerge? Respect! Every being is a point of sentience, a Speck of Source consciousness exploring, if you will. Each Speck has an edge that is the pattern of space that the Speck occupies. This edge … Continue reading

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Inform Engage Enlighten

Geometry is sacred because it informs, engages and enlightens. Let us consider these three words: Inform, Engage and Enlighten, and contemplate how they relate to Sacred Geometry. Inform Sacred Geometry Informs, literally In-Forms us, All, and our relationship to the All. … Continue reading

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Dimensional shift through 90º

I remember hearing years ago that the way to shift to another dimension is merely by shifting 90°. At the time I remember being quite confused about what this meant. How could shifting your direction 90° shift you into a new … Continue reading

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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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Opening Circle: What is meant by “Sacred”?

We must examine carefully the words we are using, especially the label that I’ve given to this particular circle: embodied sacred geometry. Each one of those words may mean something different to each of us. We need to consciously and … 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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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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