Sacred Geometry – Sacred Geometry

“In other words, we are holographic, multi-dimensional beings remembering the inner arts of visualization and projection. And Sacred Geometry is the partner inviting us to Celebrate the dance of vision.”


No lesser souls than Leonardo, Kepler, Goethe, Bacon, John Dee, Gurdjieff, Steiner and Fuller and all western spiritual traditions and alchemists held Sacred Geometry close to the core of their beliefs and applications in life. It involved a deep meditative attunement and close observation of nature. Suppressed for thousands of years – this lost knowledge of Truth, Beauty, Evolution and Harmony is slowly being rediscovered.

Sacred Geometry is a study of the universal language of truth, harmony, beauty, proportion, rhythm and order. It is a blueprint of creation, an interface between the seen and unseen, the manifest and unmanifest. Sacred Geometry can be defined as an understanding of the underlying numerical and geometric Principles of Creation.

To truly understand Sacred Geometry we have to understand that everything in the universe is made up of energy and it is in a continual state of transformation. All actions obey distinct patterns, and Sacred Geometry describes these laws.

It is a pathway to understanding who you are, where you are from and where you are going.

Through the study of patterns, shapes, forms, proportions, ratios, you can master Sacred Geometry. It unravels the mysteries of life and explains how we are all from the same source, unity and oneness. It is a study of the underlying principles that make our Universe be able to EXIST!

The architecture is based on Sacred Geometry.

(Designed by Keith Critchlow who is a lecturer, author, and professor of architecture.)

Eyes-on Sacred Geometry:

Root Blossom Click for larger image In the Hindu and Tibetan Buddhist traditions, the monks or nuns entering an ashram are given a personal mandala to meditate on, along with a mantra and a set of practices. They will gaze on that mandala perhaps for years, until their perception evolves and allows them to enter the design, navigate it, and emerge out of it into another level of consciousness.

The Sri Yantra is the classical homework, whereas the 2D triangles have to be pulled into a complex 3D pyramid. Then the student will graduate to his or her next mandala.

This is typical of the Yoga of Perception made available by Sacred Geometry designs. Whether we need simple diagrams or sophisticated matrices, most people require some “activator” keys tuning them to certain types of inner doorways.

Yogic perception is like the hi-tech vision shift activated by the “stereogram” computer images. They look like very ordinary, visual scenes — until you find the right proportional gazing distance and the correct angle of cross vision. And then, suddenly and shockingly, a completely different scene pops up in 3D. You cannot really merge your spirit with the stereogram or the Virtual Reality scene, because they are only technological extensions of the mind. But the experience can give us a tantalizing glimpse of how we might perceive reality in different ways.

In counterpoint, Sacred Geometry designs function as Third Eye training technology. They engage the inner knowledge of inter-dimensional vision. They are holographic light-codes, teaching us how to unplug from the trance-perception of “material reality” and start seeing what is, on this side, yes, but also beyond the thin layer of physical appearances.

Likewise, the StarWheel mandalas can be “looked at” by “observers.” But they much prefer to interact with our inner vision. Viewers of the StarWheels are encouraged to shift perception, become seers, and allow the seemingly flat circles to become full 3D spheres pulsating with various depths of telepathic sounds and colors and meanings.

Like quantum science, Sacred Geometry does not accept passive “observers” looking from outside, as if in some museum. Sacred Geometry pulls you in like a spinning vortex. And the more mandalic the design, the stronger the vortex effect.

When encountering a Sacred Geometry design, the player is called to provide the missing parts in order to establish a live interaction — a give-and-take, loving exchange process with the Spirit Self — until the flat or fixed geometry becomes animated into a 3D, live, surround field.

By dancing into this field a motional spin at certain personal frequencies, the psychonaut locks into the inner core of an animated soul merkaba. It is my understanding that this is also what happens in doing the Flower of Life merkaba meditation.

In other words, we are holographic, multi-dimensional beings remembering the inner arts of visualization and projection. And Sacred Geometry is the partner inviting us to Celebrate the dance of vision.