Sacred Geometry: Significant Shapes, Perennial Patterns + Divine Digits [Ep. 12.1]
Updated: Nov 16, 2020
In this episode of Unboxing God, we talk about sacred geometry and the meaning and connection of certain shapes, like the square, circle, and triangle. Is the ultimate answer in the Great Architect or just a series of extremely unlikely coincidences? Paying attention to your surroundings reveals patterns appearing all around us both in nature and in human made structures; we take a closer look at how this is especially true of the golden ratio.
We also try to unbox the irrationality of pi and phi. It is important to know: from our earliest days, humans have been using symbols, shapes, and numbers to represent our understanding of the universe. But we also need to realize that there’s still so much more we don’t know and it's highly unlikely that we will ever achieve the theory of everything.
Listen in to learn how sacred geometry brings healing, harmony, and rebalancing on every level, and why the triangle is a 'magic shape' uniting the body, mind, and spirit.
What you will learn:
How sacred shapes and sequences deal with more than proportions of geometry but also with the forms and structures of all-natural and manmade objects.
My struggle with finding balance with any two things and the solution of some possible third option.
The circle as a symbol of undifferentiated unity and a sign of infinite completion.
A snippet of Devon’s interview- she’s a freemason and has been interested in esoteric literature since she was a kid.
Unboxing the numbers Pi + Phi.
The Fibonacci Sequence and the golden ratio: by paying attention you can see patterns appearing all over.
Leonardo da Vinci's Vitruvian Man mystery - golden ratio: intentional or not?
How sacred geometry supposedly connects the inner with the outer in perfect harmonious unity.
The triangle represents the union of our body, mind, and spirit and is the symbol that underlies all other symbols. It is the magic shape.
Why we’ll never achieve the theory of everything, but can choose to be inspired by the natural phenomena we see all around us.
Sacred Geometry: Waldo’s Fingerprints?
Squaring the Circle
Pi + Phi
Irrational + Transcendent Numbers
Terrestrial + Celestial
The Great Architect
Carl Jung’s Mandalas
Balancing vs Centering
Plutarch, Plato, + Herodotus
Straight Edge + Compass
Healing, Harmonizing, + Rebalancing
Three (3) is a Magic Number 🎼 yes it is 🎵 it’s a magic number🎶