An Exploration into Sacred Geometry & Consciousness
A Multi-Part Series by Steven North
The other day, I began exploring a channel session with Susan Ashley & Kassandra and it was a session that I had a lot of hesitation to listen too again because of an experience and it resulted in not loving an aspect of myself because of the opinions of others. However, I felt the urge to take the plunge and what I heard in this one particular session was a lot of patience, love, understanding and the information presented was rather amazing, although, I had no idea at the time what it meant.
As mentioned below, I was recalled to look at Sacred Geometry on multiple occassions and there is a very strong reason for this to occur. Over the weekend, I stumbled across something and literally spend the entire day reading about sacred geometry, sound, numbers and so forth. Thus, decided that it would be interesting to begin exploring this concept and how far does this rabbit hole travel because there have been things that I've experienced and seen that correlates to what Socrates & Pythagoras speak about.
The exploration into Sacred Geometry & Consciousness is designed to be a multi-part series, multiple different posts in order to explore with me as I try to bring myself into a remembering state which is something that I've been trying for throughout all lifetimes and as I discovered just yesterday, was mentioned by Pythagoras.
The first post I made on this topic (yesterday), among making a series of images which can be seen below was on the Facebook page and have scheduled a few others to be posted. This morning, I received the inspiration to also share it on this website (as it is also a place for sharing my content).
The First Post
27 October 2019
I have revisited a session from 2014 and in that session that describes that Consciousness has a mathematical configuration, the same as sound.
As I'm reading a document, it states:
Consciousness is geometric in nature. Therefore, if consciousness forms all in reality then all, in reality, has an under-girding geometric framework to it. This geometry shows itself through many common patterns, the most important relating to the five Platonic solids and the circle/sphere.
These geometric patterns can be found in physical reality on every scale from the subatomic level to the galactic clustering level and everything in between.
It has been said to me that I should look into sacred geometry and that has been said to me on more than one occasion; including but not limited to the Archangel Metatron, one who I've worked with on many systems.
The other day, I was thinking about high-school and the only subject that I scored an 'A' in was Trigonometry... triangles!
Socrates speaks many times of the role of geometry in turning the soul inward to its original, remembered state.
Sacred Geometry is the path towards the infinite cosmos, which is the path to our own inner Selves.
Randall Carlson, master builder and architect, says this about it: “Sacred Geometry is a philosophical and psychological system that aids in understanding the nature of reality, stimulates and inspires the creative faculties and reveals an ethical basis for living with virtue and due proportion in the world.”
Bruce Rawles, artist and author, states it this way: “Sacred Geometry is the blueprint of Creation and the genesis of all form. It is an ancient science that explores and explains the energy patterns that create and unify all things and reveals the precise way that the energy of Creation organizes itself. On every scale, every natural pattern of growth or movement conforms inevitably to one or more geometric shapes.”
Dan Winter, physicist and author, explains to us that Sacred Geometry is a pathway to understanding who you are, where you are from and where you are going. It is an interface between the seen and unseen, the manifest and the unmanifest, the finite and infinite.
All actions obey distinct patterns, and sacred geometry describes these laws through shapes, forms and ratios. It is a universal language of pure truths based on the inner workings of nature.
To truly understand sacred geometry we have to understand that everything in the universe is made up of energy and this energy is in a continual state of transformation.