Let’s continue our discussion of sacred geometry in its demonstration of wholeness and its expression as fractals. Last time we closed with:
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 contains
all the information of the universe in the form of fractals. 1
This is a current scientific validation of what mystics like Master Charles Cannon have taught down through the ages: “All is One, a Unity in Diversity.”
So let’s literally go further into “fractals”. Two books are helpful in this regard: Sacred Geometry and the Design of Creation by Yogi Shaktivirya (Russell Symonds) and The Geometry Code … Universal Symbolic Mirrors of Natural Laws Within Us by Bruce Rawles.
- What are fractals? They are patterns that repeat themselves indefinitely on smaller and smaller scales without end.2
- Something similar defines our consciousness and the true nature of our reality.3
- … we always seem to be a very single point or “oneness” or point of view or observer, that looks out from one location in space, in time and in probability.4
- In a sense, the edge of the universe may only be a finite number of meters away, but we never reach it because there are an infinity of fractals within perfectly organized layers of holographic information that must unfold before ever physically reaching the cosmic horizon.5
Here is a picture of the most well-known fractal, Mandelbrot Set.
At any point inside the image, you can go closer into it and what will be revealed is the same identical image.
(You can also see a YouTube video demonstrating this at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9nf5ShnRfk.)
- Everything is contained within one’s self in the form of a fractal hologram.6
- You are always at the center of everything that exists, and your consciousness (Self-awareness) radiates from the center (single) point of origin, the process of creation in all directions according to certain universal laws and principles that can be affected by your emotions and belief system.7
It’s easy to see a correlation with our minds which work in the same way, piling images and beliefs on top of each other in endless layers and associations. In addition, they have an impact upon our world, the collective unconscious:
Every thought, feeling, belief and emotion
carries a spectrum of vibratory energy.8
As meditators, we begin to observe that our minds are recording machines on repeat, running the same concepts, beliefs and stories over and over again and that they greatly impact our lives. Imagining the mind like a Mandelbrot Set is a good way to help distance ourselves from identifying with the endless loops of data which bring conflict and suffering.
“An unexamined life is not worth living.” 9
“Your unconscious belief system is held in place by not looking at it.” 10
— Gary Renard
Since the process of meditation brings closer and closer looks at the fractal layers of our minds, Master Charles Cannon created a self-inquiry process called the Synchronicity Socratic Process, for examining and releasing our limiting beliefs and habits. By “looking at it” and unraveling causal root data, the energy dissipates and releases bliss and freedom, hallmarks of the meditator’s journey.
Here’s the way sacred geometry, a mathematics-based discipline, puts it:
If you follow your highest excitement, for example, then all your best intentions
will be fulfilled in mathematical proportion to your degree of inner joy and love.11
By staying in the vortex of bliss, inspiration, excitement and love…
we create finer and finer realities for ourselves.12
The evolution of the individual impacts the collective and determines what contribution we make to our world. In terms of sacred geometry:
- Now is the only time we can experience. 13 (Again, this is what mystics like Master Charles have said for eons).
- …we’re all projecting different parts of the same holographic illusion from the lamps of our fragmented minds onto the screen of 3D manifestation.14
- We’re each partially responsible for our own part of the greater hologram, yet completely responsible for what we, moment to moment, contribute from our hearts and minds to our seemingly individual holograms. 15
- …by actively choosing to relate to our real Self identity (cause), we instantly benefit from the peace of mind that choice brings, and the cascading domino fractal of effects throughout the realms of manifestation are just frosting on the cosmic cake.16
Thus, our individual realities that we create by our choices make up the collective reality. The contribution we make is up to us. What choices are we making now?
1. Sacred Geometry and the Design of Creation by Yogi Shaktivirya (Russell Symonds), self-published (2nd edition March 5, 2014), Kindle location 214.
2. Ibid., 203.
3. Ibid., 203.
4. Ibid., 212.
5. Ibid., 218.
6. Ibid., 220.
7. Ibid., 222.
8. The Geometry Code … Universal Symbolic Mirrors of Natural Laws Within Us by Bruce Rawles, published by Elysian Publishing, an imprint of Intent Design Studio LLC, Castle Rock, Colorado), Kindle location 911.
9. Ibid., 1132.
10. Ibid., 1225, quoting Gary Renard in his “Disappearance of the Universe.”
11. Sacred Geometry and the Design of Creation by Yogi Shaktivirya (Russell Symonds), self-published (2nd edition March 5, 2014), Kindle location 294.
12. Ibid., 296.
13. The Geometry Code … Universal Symbolic Mirrors of Natural Laws Within Us by Bruce Rawles, published by Elysian Publishing, an imprint of Intent Design Studio LLC, Castle Rock, Colorado), Kindle location 940.
14. Ibid., 1222.
15. Ibid., 1235.
16. Ibid., 1237.