This is perhaps funny sounding concept I came up… In sacred geometry everything is defined through geometry; what is post apocalyptic sacred geometry?
With the post apocalyptic sacred geometry I refer to imaginary new world, where geometry defines the ”rules” of this world; what is changed now?
In post apocalyptic world the geometry on which everything is based, makes it impossible to feel pain, get hurt or harm anyone or anything. Some kind of imaginary sacred paradise through geometry that doesn’t allow anything bad or evil; these things don’t exist anymore and every possibility to do anything is good; and from good ”spirit” of every deed arises more good; one good thing is eventually more than just one thing, perhaps fractal-alike thing…
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In this imaginary world immortality is something considered self-evident; nothing can harm anyone in anyway, because the nature of post apocalyptic sacred geometry.
Through sacred fractals one thing is endlessly interesting, there absolutely doesn’t exist possibility to get bored, which on the other hand is impossible through new post apocalyptic sacred geometry.
Not even smoking can harm anyone’s health in anyway in this imaginary world of post apocalyptic sacred geometry. 🙂
I bought a present to my girlfriend recently: Lotus flower crystal candle holder. Along with this gift I wrote a short poetic story about the Lotus flower and us.
We share here shortly some short thoughts in a little different words since the original document I wrote is personal.
I wanted to wish to my girlfriend good health. One of the meanings of the Lotus Flower is well being.
”May our shared tea moments at the Lotus flower vibrate our love to our home; and will the home vibrate the energy of our love back to us even stronger.”
Love and its energy is a strong power to maintain and bring good health.
One profound mystic meaning of the Lotus flower is, that it can provide a sense of cosmic connection and energy within oneness of all being.
In the philosophy of sacred geometry is written lots of mystic philosophy of the Lotus flower.
Below is a video of the Lotus flower:
Based on book ”Sacred Geometry – the Designs of Creation”
As sacred geometry has started to fascinate me more and more I decided to share some more thoughts from the book mentioned above.
As a reminder sacred geometry is some kind of mystique, not mainstream mathematics.
The writer of the book tells, that he is fascinated by the study of consciousness and the root of awareness and existence itself through geometry.
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”Like water is to the fish at the bottom of an ocean, we are immersed in an ocean of love, bliss and consciousness but never really appreciative of it because of its constancy and ubiquitousness.”
The fractals are defined in the book so that they are patterns that repeat themselves infinitely on smaller and smaller scales without end. Something similar defines our consciousness and the true nature of our reality.
It says it the book, that we are each in our own way a tiny reflection of a vaster, more complete image of life, but nevertheless a complete ”oneness” unto itself that contain all the information of the universe in the form of fractals.
Wherever one goes, one walks into and interacts with “fractals of God” that expand and retract and disappear into the distance as we more away. This same effect is no different than a fractal hologram which our very consciousness is emanating in all directions.
Furthermore, the writer of the book writes, that in sense, the edge of the universe may only be a finite number of meters a way, but we never reach it because of infinity of fractals.
”Everything is contained within one’s self in the form of a fractal hologram.”
The writer describes a YOU-niverse, where you are always center of everything that exists and your consciousness radiates from the center (single) point of origin. You are the YOU-niverse and this universe which is you, is never really infinite in size, but information embedded within it (in the form of fractals) is unending, giving the illusion that it is also infinite in size.
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The chapter about the subject in the book ends with the following beautiful thought: ”May the beauty of your heart be reflected in the universe that surrounds you!”