You can wish for a better life more than anything in the world. You can want it so badly that you cannot focus on anything other than how you long for things to change. But, obsessing over your problems brings no solutions.
Being positive and confident that things will drastically improve is not enough to get us to where we want to be. Instead, we must remain positive AND take action in order to reach success.
Set your intention. Tell the universe what you desire. Focus on what you want and generate the feelings that you will finally have once you receive your desire. Once you have set your intention, create a plan! We cannot accomplish our goals if we do not put plans in action and dedicate our time to the cause.
Keeping a positive mindset is absolutely necessary for achieving goals. With a pessimistic attitude, success cannot be accomplished. Confidence, good feelings and fearlessness are required. Positivity and perseverance are the key components of success.
Taking action to bring your goals to life while maintaining an optimistic outlook create the balance that is harmonious with the laws of the universe to successfully manifest your desires. One could long to be a successful and talented painter, but will never reach these goals unless they dedicate time in life. Pick up a brush and paint! Read books and watch videos about painting (love me some Bob Ross), learn everything you can. Become obsessed with your goals (in a healthy manner of course)!
Everything is about learning. Learn how to spend your life doing what makes you happy and the rest will fall right into place. Bad experiences occur, but unless you leave the experience grateful that you were able to recognize a valuable lesson and make different choices in your future; your life cannot improve.
It is difficult to be grateful for a situation that has impacted our lives heavily. But, life is trying to speak to you. Pay attention and be grateful for everything you learn, for without these struggles, it would be impossible to improve and break negative patterns.
If you are like me, then you have heard of the Law of Attraction and have fallen in love with the concept. The idea makes so much sense, and there is no doubt in my mind that this force is working, whether it is to our advantage or not.
I first came across the Law of Attraction a few years ago, in a time when I seemingly needed it the most. I watched “The Secret”, I read a few Jerry and Esther Hicks books and I was completely blown away. The idea of positive thoughts and emotions leading to positive results seemed so obvious, yet I was always focusing on the negative and unsure of why my life was less than satisfactory. I was completely determined to take control and finally attract the life that I always wanted.
I learned very quickly that monitoring my thoughts and feelings and shifting my focus was no easy task. But as days and weeks went by, it became progressively easier. After about a month of nearly constant positivity, not only was I happier than ever, but I had manifested several goals I had set for myself. I trusted in the universe and allowed my life to drastically improve.
At some point, however, I fell off track of my new outlook on life and allowed stress to consume me. I suppose it is “easier” to focus on what is not going right. It is “easy” to get caught up in a victim mindset, and once you do, it is a terrible snowball effect of self-destruction.
After years of continuously trying to learn and stay positive while experiencing some difficult life situations; things have become a bit more clear. Thinking that everything in life will be perfectly magical is unrealistic. Although we can make life great, it will not always be rainbows and unicorns.
Life will always have unexpected twists and turns. Although there may be difficult times, it is not these moments that define us; it is how we react when life throws us these curve balls. One of the biggest misconceptions about the Law of Attraction is that you have to constantly always be happy-go-lucky. Lost your job? No problem, be positive. Going through a breakup? You’re fine- just think happy thoughts. Your dog died? Just keep smiling… No, this is real life. And real life can bring forth some serious emotions.
Rather than pushing away all of our negative emotions, it is important to work through them. If we keep pretending that everything is perfect, it may end up backfiring. Bottling everything up for the sake of being positive may not always be the best route.
As humans, we have emotions for a reason. They are meant to guide us. At first, I thought, if I am feeling sad, I have to always quickly divert my attention and reach for another thought, forcing myself to be happy. This theory is really helpful if you are trapped in your own mind and overthinking. We are often our own worst enemies.
However, life is full of challenges that test us with all of our being. When an event occurs that affects you deeply, you must work through the emotions that follow. If something makes you sad, then be sad. Allow yourself a good cry and to mourn for a time. But then, pick yourself back up and face what lies ahead. If you are angry, then be angry. Scream in a pillow. Release your anger and refocus yourself.
We are blessed with the gift of emotions. This gift gives us the ability to learn what we accept and allow. If you are unhappy with something, then realize that recognizing your feelings is the first step to making yourself whole. If you don’t like something, then change it!
We all have more power within us then we realize. Any obstacle can be overcome. We can make something of nothing and reach unimaginable feats. Listen to what life is telling you and always follow your intuition.
Nothing can break you. Not without your permission.
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Every day is a blessing. Take a minute to give gratitude for another day. Even if you feel you have nothing to boast about, you have been given a new opportunity. Every day is a chance to change your life. You have the power to make today and everyday positive, productive and beneficial to your future and goals.
We all aspire to be happy, but life often seems difficult. What we need to learn is that challenges will always come and go. It is likely that these difficult situations will repeatedly arise. However, it is not our circumstances that determine our happiness yet rather it is our reactions to our circumstances. We can either dwell on a negative occurrence or we can learn from the situation and focus on what we are thankful for. My favorite analogy is to “float downstream.” Struggling and fighting against the current does not make life any easier. Go with the flow and let go of feeling poorly about a situation that is out of your control.
We often get so caught up in our thoughts. Thoughts easily turn negative as worry, anxiety, sadness, anger or fear consume us. What most people do not realize is that recognizing negative emotions is the first step to finding our own happiness. Our emotions are a direct result of our current thought process.
Maybe that seems obvious. Or maybe you are thinking it is obvious you are going to feel bad if your circumstances are less than adequate. But the issue is that we often confuse the thoughts in our head with actual reality. Science cannot really explain where our consciousness comes from. It is unknown where our thoughts derive from. But amazingly, we do have the power to take control our own thoughts.
Two people may experience the exact same situations and circumstances. But one person may be able to process the situation more effectively than the other. While one person facing a difficult life situation may feel defeated and consumed by despair, the other may accept the situation and focus on the hope for improved circumstances. There is what really happened and what your mind has perceived to be reality. Life truly is what you make it.
Our emotions can guide us in the sense that we can gauge when we should shift our thinking. If we are feeling badly, we must be focusing on thoughts that do not bring us joy. Shift your thinking and in turn your emotions. Your negative energy is contagious, and just the same, so is positive energy. Chances are, we have overcome more difficult situations. And even if not, you’ll be amazed by what the human spirit can endure. Just make sure to learn a lesson from hardships and move on, even stronger than before.
It is the end of a long day. I’ve survived another 8 hours at work, enforced homework, made dinner, bathed the baby and tucked the kids into bed. Literally all I want to do is kick back and relax before I pass out and have to start all over again. Unfortunately, relaxing is far-fetched when I look around the chaotic shambles of my house, looking like a scene straight out of Twister. Three days ago, I spent the majority of my Saturday cleaning this place and it is already a wreck. I am feeling defeated. I do not have the time or the energy to make this place shine right now. Plus, Netflix and Ben & Jerry’s sounds way better.
I spent way too much of my adult life reenacting this situation. But finally in the past year, I have adopted the concept my father tried to instill in my brain and have significantly improved my daily life.
“Small, Consistent Efforts.”
Every time my father said the phrase, I would suck my teeth and roll my eyes. But truly, the concept is simple and effective. Remember Mr. Rogers? Of course you do. Every time Mr. Rogers took off his sweater, he hung it right up and put it in his closet. Clearly that demonstrates small, consistent efforts. If Mr. Rogers didn’t take the time to place his sweaters on the hangers and put them away, he may have just tossed them on a table or his couch. And soon, he would be drowning in a sea of laundry.
As a psychology major, I’ve conducted a bit of research on the concept of messy home, messy life. It is evident that mess causes stress. Disorganization, clutter and mess can cause anxiety, leave people feeling overwhelmed and even depressed. Our ability to focus is compromised and over stimulation can occur. A messy environment is frustrating and leads to guilt and embarrassment.
“A place for everything, and everything in its place.”
If you aren’t living like Mr. Rogers, then it is probably time to start. Dedicating a little time as you go along is much more efficient than waiting for a disaster and having to spend hours cleaning up. Cleaning as you go daily can quickly turn into a habitual lifestyle. Washing a dish after you eat is more beneficial than waiting for a sink full of dishes. I’ve also learned to force myself to fold laundry right out of the dryer. Otherwise I will have piles and baskets full of clean laundry for days and constantly glare at them with dismay (terrible, I know).
Creating a schedule for other chores is a good idea to keep things in check as well. For example- designate a specific day of the week to sweep, mop, vacuum etc. Keeping all of the rooms clean and sanitized reduces stress and also illness.
The best part about “small, consistent efforts” is that it can be applied to all aspects of your life. Say you have a project you are working on (writing, a painting, something for work or school), consistently putting forth a bit of effort will get the job done. Or another example would be exercising. If you put in a half hour to an hour of exercise every day, overtime you will see results!
So if you ever have difficulty keeping things under control, give the “small, consistent efforts” theory a try. Let me know what you think. And if you have any other tips, please share them with me here!
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No matter who we are, regardless of where we are from, we are all seeking out the same thing: happiness. Unfortunately, for many people this task is often too difficult. Obstacles sometimes are tough to conquer and it is hard to shake our bad luck and the hand we were dealt, right? What if we could really change our own lives and finally find happiness? We can, and it starts with the way that we feel.
We are living in a world that is driven by popularity, power, technology and physical appearances. People envy celebrities who’s lives seem more luxurious then our own. We compare ourselves to people who can easily change who they are and even how they look because they have enormous amounts of money. Money that we could only dream of having. We are stuck judging others and even ourselves due to unrealistic perspectives on how we should look or what we should wear or drive etc. Modern technology has allowed even us common, non-celebrity folk to view people’s lives with the swipe of a finger. We compare ourselves with others and that needs to stop.
Jim Carrey said, ” I think everyone should get rich and famous and do everything they ever dreamed of so they can see its not the answer.”
Let’s be real- a couple of million dollars, quitting your day job, retiring to a tropical paradise and the ability to have any object we desire sounds pretty damn good, doesn’t it? Of course it does. It’s things we dream of, to escape our own realities. But what is our reality? Reality is only an illusion and really only dependent on one’s perception. You’ve likely heard the expression- “life is what you make it.” We desire these outer things to create happiness within us: money, looks, someone to love us etc. When the actual reality is that we are the only ones that can bring ourselves happiness,
Too often, we focus on our lack, instead of what we are grateful for. When we focus on what we lack we don’t feel good. Why would anyone desire to spend their time in life feeling bad? If we focus on what we are grateful for, we feel better. It is completely impossible to feel bad if you are focusing on your blessings. Really allow yourself to think about each thing you are thankful for and generate the feelings of gratitude.
We can still strive for goals. But instead of focusing on the lack of something, why not dream of what you want in a positive manner? For example, if you feel like you want or need more money, why don’t you spend your time being hopeful that more money will find its way into your life? And imagine the things you will do with the money and how it will improve your life overall. This is where people will say- “because I’m a realist!” Well again, what is reality? You have two choices regarding every situation in life. Be positive or be negative. It really is that simple. Even negative situations can have a silver lining and an opportunity to learn something of value.
If you are in need of money, does beating yourself up being anxious and depressed allow you to have money? Of course not. Alternatively, focus on what you do have that you are grateful for and then focus on how good obtaining more money will make you feel. If you are focusing on the negative of having no money or lacking the object or goal you desire, then you are feeling despair or fear that you don’t have it and that you cannot get it. So how about being hopeful?
Being positive about situations can genuinely improve ones state of mind and overall happiness and well-being. If we are stressed, we are not living in the moment. We are anxious about either something that occurred in the past or will happen at some point in the future. And the stress that this can cause is extremely unhealthy. Sickness and disease are caused by just that-dis-ease. Learning to relax and go with the flow of life so to speak is a healthier life style choice. Chronic stress affects your central nervous system, respiratory and cardiovascular systems, digestive system, muscular system, reproductive and immune systems. Constant worrying and anxiety creates chronic inflammatory conditions and weakens your body’s ability to fight off infection.
Every cell in the human body reacts to negative emotion in a negative way, creating a negative vibration. And all we are, all everything in our realities are, is a collection of atoms, constantly vibrating. That is why people talk about good vibes and energy. We are receiving what we are sending out into the universe, just like a frequency. We need to be hopeful of things working out in our favor. If we do not believe in and allow our own success, we cannot achieve it.
Choosing to have a more positive mindset is wonderful, but it is also necessary to take action. If you have something that you want or a goal you wish to achieve, then you need to work at that goal, consistently. Referring back to the money, you cannot win the lottery if you do not buy a lottery ticket. You cannot reach your goal of becoming a concert pianist if you do not practice playing. You cannot build enough strength and balance to do a handstand if you do not train yourself to do so, everyday. Focus on your goals, be positive they are attainable and do something EVERY DAY that brings you that much closer to your goal.
Ask yourself every day- what did I do today to bring myself closer to achieving my goals?
From a very young age, we learn about our five senses and their abilities. To taste, we use our mouth. To see, we use our eyes. And to hear, we use our ears. Most of us are aware that sound is also a vibration. So sound may be heard, felt and even more interesting- seen. Cymatics is the study of visualizing sound. That’s right, visualizing sound. Recently there have been emphasis on studies regarding cymatics and the incredible findings show results including: levitation, impressive shape shifting, beautiful geometric patterns, healing properties and even the ability to alter the molecular structure of matter.
A group of scientists from Clemson University conducted an experiment involving a droplet of water and sound. The resulted findings included levitation of the droplet as well as influencing the shape with the sound. Remarkably, the droplet was suspended in mid air by the use of an ultrasonic wave. The acoustic domain flattened the droplet, yet the surface tension allowed the water to remain whole. In the experiment, the scientists elevated the tenacity of the acoustic field to find the very shape of the droplet to be altered.
With the increase of frequency as well as the amplitude of waves, the droplet would become more stimulated. The number of waves or points on the shape corresponded with the numbered harmonic. However, if the frequency and amplitude of waves was increased too much, the droplet could not retain its surface tension and disintegrated. It is thought that if streams of sound can levitate liquid droplets, perhaps someday, a stronger method can do the same to people. It is, however unknown if a person could handle such pressure and too much did not end well for the droplet in the experiment. It is fascinating how sound waves have the ability to offset gravity due to the force of the pressure wave.
Another experiment of sound affecting water can be conduced by using an amplifier that can reach the very low frequency of 23 hz as well as a camera that is capable of shooting at 24 frames per second. The effect of this low bass frequency creates a cork screw shape of the water that can be manipulated to appear to move in different directions and even slow motion. This experiment is pretty amazing and must be seen to believe, therefor the link can be find below.
Nikola Tesla oncee said: “If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” An amazing display of cymatics can be seen by placing salt or sand on a metal plate connected to a tone generator. With the increase of the pitch of the tone, we can see geometric patters form from the grains of salt. Sacred geometry? The higher the pitch of the tone the more complex the geometric shapes become. This demonstration shows just how beautiful and complex cymatics really is and how we otherwise would not realize the hidden power of what we hear.
It is not widely taught that sound has form and impacts matter. Yet many people are aware of the power sound creates. It is suggested in the Bible as well as the ancient Vedic philosophy of India that sound had an influence on the creation of the universe. Other theories suggest that the Big Bang occurred due to sound vibrations and energy. Interestingly, the magical power of sound has been known by many ancient cultures.
Sound is used as a healing tool in the medical industry with the use of ultrasound machines. These machines can break up stones and tumors. But the healing power of sound has been recognized long before that. The therapeutic abilities of sound were discovered an astounding 40,000 years ago in Australia. Using an instrument called the yidaki, the Aboriginal people in Australia were able to cure illnesses and even heal injuries such as broken bones or tears within the muscles. This instrument is better known today as the didgeridoo. Vowel sound chants have been dated back to Egypt in the year of 4000 BC. Sound healing has the ability to alter our state of brainwaves and create balance; this is often used in meditation. Tools used for healing by sound may include tuning forks, singing bowls, drumming, gongs and even one’s own voice. Today sound provided therapeutic relief for: depression, pain, PTSD, sleep disorders, anxiety and stress.
Another noteworthy magical property of sound is its ability to alter the molecular structure of water. One of my personal favorite experiments is one conducted by Dr. Masaru Emoto. Dr. Emoto was able to prove that sound, emotion and thought can greatly impact the shape of the crystalized water. For instance, Dr. Emoto discovered that playing classical music created breathtaking patterns while angry music such as heavy metal created visually unpleasant blobs. If these mandala like patterns are created in water by sound, is it not fair to say that it impacts us tremendously as well? It is vital to consider that our bodies are constructed of at least 60% water. And a staggering 70% of our planet is also made up of water.
If you watch any of the links provided in this article, do yourself a favor and check out the video: CYMATICS: Science vs. Music by Nigel Stanford. This artist created a music video and was able to capture the wonders of cymatics using music to alter sand, fire and even electricity. His big finish includes an oversized Tesla coil and the electrocution of himself.
Discover for yourself the amazing ability of sound. SEE for yourself the power of cymatics!
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Check out these links to better visualize cymatics:
Clemson University’s Levitating, Star-Shaped Droplet
Shape Shifting Geometric Patterns With Sound
Altering Water with Sound and Words
CYMATICS: Science vs. Music by Nigel Stanford MUSIC VIDEO
When we begin to explore the history of electricity and energy, we often come up with some familiar names such as Thomas Edison. Thomas Edison is knows as an American hero, a genius inventor who was responsible for our luxuries of electricity. But hidden behind these modified history books is the great Nikola Tesla. Doesn’t ring a bell? This comes as no surprise. While some may know of Tesla’s name and his contributions to science and mankind, his absence in American history remains quite a mystery.
Nikola Tesla came to America as an immigrant with four pennies in his pocket and a mind full of wonderful, innovating ideas. He longed to meet Edison and pitch his theories that would improve the means of electricity. But his wonder of Edison was misleading and after working hard beneath Edison, Tesla was laughed at and ridiculed. To make matters worse, Tesla’s ideas were stolen by Edison and others. Once Tesla moved on and began to become successful in his own creations, Edison and his people tried to turn society against Tesla’s ideas by publicly electrocuting animals such as elephants to attempt to portray Tesla’s ideas as dangerous.
Although relatively unknown, Tesla was responsible for creating ideas that forever changed our world such as: alternating current, harnessing and distribution of light, x-rays, radio, remote control, the electric motor, robotics, lasers and wireless communications. With all of those life changing inventions, one would assume he would be better known, right?
Ironically, it is believed by some that the creation of his greatest invention is actually responsible for his absence in history. Tesla actually created a source of limitless energy. So maybe you are thinking – “why in the world would the creation of limitless energy leave a man nearly non-existent?” you see, Tesla was a man who was driven by the greater good of humanity, not money. Edison on the other hand was a wealthy businessman who created the way to charge people for energy.
Unfortunately, America has been driven by men who shared the same money and power hungry views as Edison. Instead of going with a never ending supply of free energy that produced no pollution or damage to the environment, we are stuck with high and rising monthly bills for our energy and a world that is reaping the consequences of pollution. This is all because of American greed.
But this was not the only reason Tesla fell of the radar. Tesla believed in the great power of thinking and being creative. He knew that spending time alone to think was vital to explore new ideas. During this time of the industrial era, those who held the money and power preferred everyone to shut up, work hard and stay poor. The common folk were to remain incessantly working and having no hope of a brighter future. The method is similar to herding sheep. People were and still remain moving blindly in the direction that they are told, on a treadmill to oblivion.
If people spent time creating ideas and thinking outside of the box, they could essentially figure out ways to leave the working assembly lines and the head honchos would lose money. Most of Tesla’s inventions and ideas came from his belief that the universe is very powerful and that energy and frequency and vibration is the most driving force of all of us. It was reported that Tesla even gained some clairvoyant powers. He once had a dream in which he envisioned his mother as an angel and it just so happened that without actually knowing beforehand, she had passed away. It seemed that even though she had passed away, he had tapped into the same vibrational frequency as she.
He also reportedly advised JP Morgan to not journey on the Titanic. JP Morgan trusted in Tesla’s hunch and gave up his ticket. Tesla also reportedly predicted a horrific train crash. It was said that he foretold the First World War and the duration of time within a few years as well as foreseeing 20 years of peace after the war.
Had he altered his state of consciousness because of his great understanding of the energy and vibrational frequency of the universe? Had he actually successfully become spiritually enlightened? Entering his state of consciousness he was able to construct his ideas for his inventions flawlessly and without mathematical equations that are typically necessary. He was using the same ideas of frequency as his inventions with his own mind.
Tesla knew that the Universe was alive. He believed thoughts could be reached from one another from long distances. Frequencies possible just as his creation of radio. Tesla even made a particular coil radio that worked so well that the results terrified him. He was able to pick up sounds from electromagnetic fields or light sources. He was not sure if it was human voices, spirits or extra-terrestrials.
Tesla was a man of the future. It seems that because he was so in tune with the universe and clearly enlightened, his life’s work was to remain a mystery. The top 1 percent of America who lived wealthy (and still does) did not want others to figure out how powerful the universe was and how people can create their own lives however they may please. If people had access to that kind of power, then those in charge would lose their control. The FBI went as far as ceasing Tesla’s work immediately upon his death. Later some of his paperwork was released but with a great deal of his words censored and blacked out.
Tesla would be ecstatic to know that today in the future as he predicted, people are becoming more open minded and seeking the truth. Our world needs more Tesla’s to push the boundaries of science and continue on the quest to figure out this beautiful and magical universe.
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Sacred geometry is referred to as the architecture of the universe. Hidden in plain sight, are geometric patterns that have been discovered by ancient cultures all across the Earth. Codes within these geometric designs appear all around us- but only if we know where to look. Sacred Geometry was once widely taught because it was considered to be essential information for the soul. The geometric codes found in life explain consciousness and this creates understanding in self-awareness and healing spiritually and even physically.
The platonic solids consist of: tetrahedron, hexahedron, octahedron, dodecahedron and icosahedron. These forms are the foundation of everything in the physical world. In the 1980’s it was discovered that every element of the periodic table is derived from the platonic solids. Pythagoras and Plato (hence the name PLATOnic solids) taught that they represented the elements of air, water, fire and earth. Dodecahedron, was to represent Aether or the universal substance of creation. It was thought that misuse of the dodecahedron could be dangerous, therefor its usage was strictly guarded. Dodecahedron represented time and space.
Leonardo Fibonacci was an Italian mathematician who was known as “the most talented Western mathematician of the Middle Ages.” Fibonacci created a number sequence that although mathematical, is seen all throughout the natural world we live in. The number sequence is actually simple and something we have most likely seen at some point.
1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55…
By looking at the number and adding the number previous to that, we can get the next number in the sequence.
1+1= 2, 1+2=3, 2+3=5, 3+5=8 5+8=13, 8+13=21… you get the point.
Amazingly, when you divide any of the numbers in the sequence by the previous number, the solution will always be close to 1.61803. Ever heard of that number? That is what is considered to be the Golden Ratio or Phi. From the Golden Ratio, came the Golden Mean Spiral which can be seen in the design of ancient architecture as well throughout nature. Phi and its divinity and mystery was one of the codes that was explored within the novel, The Da Vinci Code.
Phi or the Golden Ratio can be seen in the creation of ancient Egyptian pyramids. Not only was the ratio seen, the measurements were so accurate to Phi that it is a complete mystery as to how they were constructed with such perfection. The pyramids were built with such exactitude that it is evident that the measurements of phi were strategically planned. The stones that were so carefully assembled weighed as much as 70 tons a piece. Even with the greatest technology of today, achieving such flawless ratios are impossible. Notre Dame (built within the years of 1163 and 1250) contains Golden Ratio proportions within the architectural design. The Taj Mahal is another well-known structure in which the ratios are apparent. Across the globe, buildings and churches were built with Sacred Geometry in mind because it was supposed to allow the energy of the source or God, flow through and bring people closer to creation or source. It comes as no surprise that the vatican also has traces of Sacred Geometry. The layouts of many major cities such as Washington DC, New York, London, Paris, Rome, Jerusalem map out geometric shapes as well. And another interesting place we see this is crop circles.
Phi can be seen in the proportions of birds and other creatures that fly such as dragonflies and other insects. Other places we can see this include: the geometric shape of snow flakes, crystals, spiral patterns that can be seen on certain shell fish and snails, and the direction in which branches stemming from lighting bolts and rivers take; or the particular way branches on a tree naturally stretch in the precise direction of the available sunlight show Phi. That is all pretty impressive stuff, right?
And in case you aren’t a little amazed yet, Sacred Geometry and the Golden Mean Spiral are also found in the structure of molecules and atoms of plants, our DNA, music and the solar system.
Our faces, our fingers, our entire body proportions are all phi, or the golden ratio. Leonardo DaVinci studied Sacred Geometry and the math involved in it. His interests included figuring out how the Flower of Life (discussed below) connected to us in the physical realm as well as consciousness.
Sacred Geometry is the blueprint of all creation. The Seed of Life is also referred to as the Genesis Pattern. This name comes from the representation of how creation came about according to the bible, with these seven circles representing the seven days of creation; however the seed of life can be traced back to ancient Egypt. The Seed of Life is seen throughout all major religions and its symbol can be found in many buildings of worship throughout history.
From the Seed of Life comes the Flower of Life and the Egg of Life.
The Egg of Life can be seen in something interesting… the embryonic structure of every living organism, ever. That is correct, every living organism is created from the pattern of the Flower or Egg of Life.
From the Flower of Life we get the Tree of Life. When learning Sacred Geometry, the Tree of Life is a very well-known symbol. The Tree of Life has been found in ancient Egypt, dating back to 3,000 years ago. Another ancient finding of the Tree of Life is in the Kabbalah of esoteric Judaism. This represents the human soul and revealed divinity.
The Flower of Life is the blueprint of the entire universe. Every atom and molecule, every living creature and anything here on this planet derives from the flower of life, and in it- comes Metatron’s Cube. This symbol represents the foundation of the cosmos as well as our consciousness. All that is within this three dimensional reality is derived from Metatron’s Cube.
And wouldn’t you know it- all of the platonic solids fit perfectly within Metatron’s Cube.
Finally, the source of all that exists is the Fruit of Life. Within the Fruit of Life comes information systems that reveal forms of reality. These information systems within the Fruit of Life are thought to open the door to all things from our bodies to the galaxies.
Sacred Geometry can get very mathematical and scientific. Even the basis of Sacred Geometry can be confusing. Hopefully, you have been intrigued enough to learn more about this topic. The best way to learn is to do your own research. Form your own opinions on Sacred Geometry! There is so much to explore and the further you get into it, the more fascinated you will be. This is only the tip of the iceberg, so go ahead and explore the foundations of the universe.
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I believe that the universe is very powerful. That word keeps getting thrown around, what does universe even mean? Universe is time and space and everything in it. And the universe is matter and energy. That still does not put everything into perspective. We can think about our solar system. We learned about all of the planets, and the stars and the sun. But within just the Milky Way, NASA is aware of at least 500 other solar systems. Our galaxy is 100,000 light years across. Yeah, it would take 100,000 LIGHT years to get from the beginning of the Milky Way to the end. In our own galaxy we have a massive black hole that is as large as 4,000,000 suns! It has been estimated that in the actual universe, there are between 100 billion and 200 billion galaxies. The universe is everything! That is absolutely crazy. Do you feel small yet?
Basically, we are less than microscopic in retrospect to all life. So why do our life problems seem to be so big and control everything? That is because of the illusion of our own separate lives and our ego. Really, we are all just made up energy. Everything is only energy or vibration. Everything is constantly vibrating, just a cluster of atoms and molecules and energy moving together to create the illusion of reality. When you consider yourself separate from the rest of the universe, you are engaging your ego. A rock, a chair, your face, our galaxy, we are all energy and made up of the same thing! Sight, sound, smell, touch, taste- everything is activated by vibration.
Even what you see is not what you think. Most people will think, well I am looking at this, so I am seeing it with my eyes. But you are not. Your eyes allow in light, but the image is being processed in your brain. This is why we have optical illusions. Because our eyes and our brain are not working together to figure out what we are looking at. So how do we know if anything is real? Are we living in the matrix? There is a lot of questions that we might not have the answers to, but we can focus on what we do know.
Your current emotional state is creating magnetic waves just like a radio or a television. These waves are being broadcasted throughout space. Ever notice how a bad mood can be contagious? Negative energy can be transferred if we allow it to consume us. But this works against us in the idea of the Law of Attraction. Any negative feeling that is being held is sending out a signal to the universe. We then cannot expect the universe to give us anything other than negative circumstances. So what can we do to ensure we are receiving positive feedback in our lives? Change your thinking and your emotions.
Fear is the most negative feeling. It is on the very bottom of the emotional spectrum. Often the media portrays mass fear, perhaps in an effort to keep our vibrational frequencies tuned low. On the complete opposite side of the spectrum, love and joy sit on top. Love yourself! You are who you are. And you can always strive to be a better version of yourself. Expressing gratitude is one of the most powerful ways to receive what you want in life. If you are reading this, you are alive and have something to be grateful for. We are for a reason, and that is to figure out how to make the most out of this human experience.
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