Tag Archives: Embodied Geometry

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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Why does a circle have 360º? (clue: It’s about 9)

Elegant video by The Resonance Project, Nassim Haramein’s forum. 2,447 total views, no views today

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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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Two expanded

The birth of two from zerOne emerges several ways. The single point expanding is the radiant growth of the point. Upon sensing a limit, momentum causes a reversal back towards center. Pulse and curve arises, creating The Torus field. This … Continue reading

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Two-ness

Now that we have referenced the whOle Point / ZerOne and the Torus, and noticed how Two is already implicit in this, let’s explore Two further. When the center point, i.e. you or me, focuses on any aspect differentiated from … Continue reading

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How many ways can you say “Torus”?

From the whOle Point, ZerOne, speck-in-the-center-of-a-circle symbol, we are already referenced into Two. For instance, we have center and edge. Inside and Outside. We have a priori the implication of differentiation. The moment the circle is drawn, and remember that … 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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