Many of us are familiar with the term ‘sacred geometry’, yet what really is it? When it comes down to it, not all geometry is considered ‘sacred’, is it? Why is that?
There are some ratios, patterns and shapes that carry significance within the realm of geometry. Some shapes are more impactful, both optically and otherwise. There are some shapes that are known to elicit a sense of relaxation. By simply looking at a particular shape, which is simply a symbol, our nervous systems can feel a sense of relief.
An important aspect of this has to do with the unseen realm. Usually, when we think of geometry, we think about shapes that we can see. It’s more or less an optical experience. Yet, we find that there actually may be more. In essence, there are shapes associated with each sound. That’s right, when we hear music, those vibrations are creating geometric shapes and patterns in the field. We are experiencing this geometry with our ears, instead of our eyes. The inverse is also true; we are able to ‘see’ music as the geometry we experience with our eyes.
This is a whole realm of work called Cymatics, where different vibrations and frequencies are depicted to create geometric shapes. This depiction is shown by the sound being played, which vibrates sand that’s suspended atop a flat surface. The sand organizes into different shapes correlated with different frequencies.
If it’s happening to the naked eye, it’s happening in the field. We know this through quantum mechanics. So, the imprints of sacred geometry on the field around us are created through various ways. The most obvious is sound and music; when music is played, there is an unseen architecture created. The big kicker is that it’s not just music creating this architecture. It’s our thoughts, our feelings, our imagination. There are geometric shapes transmitted and imprinted onto the field around us, and we play a role in this imprinting!
Knowing this, how may it change things? Well, if you know now that every sound makes an imprint on the field around you, perhaps your language would change. Perhaps your contribution to the shared reality would shift, no matter where you are. Maybe you’d taste the words before they left your mouth, if only for a moment.
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It feels like a common sentiment to feel time passing quickly, doesn’t it? For many of us, it feels like the days are long and the years feel short. That time sometimes slips by us before we even hear the clock ticking. This feeling of time flying can be grounded in practice. Practicing the art of recognition, of acknowledgement, is something we’re being invited into now.
From one day to the next, one week followed by the one after, and each month continuing to unfold, we don’t often give ourselves a beat to recognize where we are. Well, consider this your invitation. We’re midway through the year, well into Summer up here in the Northern Hemisphere, and perhaps there’s a fair amount of change and transformation worth recognizing. Can you recall any goals you set out toward? Back in January, we entered into a new year and with it, likely felt a sense of commitment to something new. How is it all unfolding? Can you see the unfolding reflected in the people you surround yourself with? There are ways we can see our ongoing progress in the mirror of our friends and loved ones.
Celebrating the Little Wins
We’ve been conditioned to celebrate life’s large thresholds we cross and holidays, like when we graduate from high school or Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Yet, what about the little moments? The ‘little wins’ that are still worthy of acknowledgement. How can we create more space for these celebrations? It’s less a matter of creating a whole holiday celebration around completing your to-do list, as much as it’s an invitation into consistent recognition of the small things.
When smaller tasks are completed, can we create some space to celebrate? Can we pat ourselves on the back and acknowledge the completion?
We know that when things are completed with clarity of closure, it creates deeper and wider space for the next birthing. So, let’s be sure to celebrate and acknowledge each little win, so that our successes will continue to grow into their most expansive versions of themselves!
Self-reflection and Community
Doing this internally, with oneself, is the prerequisite for showing up in community this way. Once we become familiar with this practice of self-acknowledgement and gratitude expression, we are more poised to share this with community. The ecosystems we are woven into are permeated with our deeper sense of acknowledgement on our path. When we acknowledge our own journey, we bring that frequency into our community structures. When each step is acknowledged and celebrated (even the steps where we stub our toes or twist our ankles), we’re able to learn how to carry a rhythm all together, walking in harmony and beating our drums to the pace of our own heartbeats.