(Stillness in the Storm Editor) Symbols are devoid of meaning by nature. Consciousness is the tool that imparts meaning on to them via mental entrainment, causing energy from within to surge through the body in the form of insight, intuition, emotion, and feeling.
Mysticism, in a holistic sense, is the practice of harmonizing consciousness to the universe via entrainment processes or “tuning,” providing the practitioner increasingly palpable direct appreciation of the spiritual realities underlying the illusions of the material world.
The term divine refers to “god or the creator,” which in its many applications on Earth is contextually representative of total unity and coordination of all things. When one makes contact with “the divine” they are consciously aware of the interconnectedness of all things, also known as unity or “christ” consciousness.
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Symbols such as the flower of life are archetypal images that—through their geometric correspondence to the divine and the metaphysical (hyperspace) realities of the cosmos—help in the process of tuning the mind to become an antenna or focal point for subjective appreciation of all that is.
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In the process of consciousness tuning, one must ferret out disharmonies or what Carl Jung called doing shadow work. As such, if one encounters “fearful” impressions of feelings during such a process, it is arguably a healing response. Those deeper aspects of one’s beingness—that are suppressed in the main through life on Earth—rise to the surface so that the conscious mind can dispel their illusory nature through integration.
“The shadow is a moral problem that challenges the whole ego-personality, for no one can become conscious of the shadow without considerable moral effort. To become conscious of it involves recognizing the dark aspects of the personality as present and real. This act is the essential condition for any kind of self-knowledge.” (source) — Carl G. Jung
All fear, in this sense, is only a temporary state of being that can sometimes occur when an individual turns away from mystery or the unknown. Symbolically, darkness is representative of the lack of knowledge, wisdom, or attainment, and light is the transmutation of such by way of conscious integration. A single candle flame can dispel a room “filled with darkness.”
Thoth, in the Emerald Tablets, revealed the purpose of the incarnative experience in evolving the consciousness of the children of Earth by way of what has been called inner-alchemy:
“First I shall speak of the fetters of darkness which bind ye in chains to the sphere of the Earth. Darkness and light are both of one nature, different only in seeming, for each arose from the source of all. Darkness is disorder. Light is Order. Darkness transmuted is light of the Light. This, my children, your purpose in being; transmutation of darkness to light.” — Thoth, the Atlantean (source)
The inter-dimensional nature of the Flower of Life, as a reflection of unity and divine perfection, provides a venue for the unconsciousness of the evolving soul to find the light. It the great work of cosmic evolution, which is replete within the human experience of everyday life as much as it is deeply enfolded into the universe of all things and beings.
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by Susan L. Magine, October 18th 2016
Fractals are repeating, geometrical patterns that are found in nature and in human creations throughout history, from indigenous cultures to modern ones. Their regular occurrence in the environment, from animals and plants to atoms and stars, has been confirmed with scientific study.
Pythagoras, Euclid and Plato, among many other, ancient philosophers, have concluded that the patterns are inherent to the design of life itself. It’s as if they are a blueprint for the matrix upon which our reality rests.
The prevalence of fractals in the human design of ancient places of worship has sparked questions about the significance of the patterns; most specifically – why were they used so often to decorate places of community and worship? What knowledge did the ancients have about fractals that the modern world has lost? Is it possible that these patterns had a purpose beyond simple artistry?
The question of whether the ancients had a specific utilization for the fractals is a logically valid one, for we must wonder that if these patterns truly do form the basis of the design of all things, then are all things accessible through the patterns?
The Harmony of Fractals
Fractals have become deeply ingrained within our subconscious because they occur frequently in nature and in human design. The information they convey resonates with our all-knowing awareness because they speak the universal language of mathematics.
Symmetrical in design, they impart an intuitive representation of harmony, equilibrium and wholeness. Simply gazing at a sacred geometricpattern has the potential to alter your frequencies to invoke balance, healing and change within you. It’s also an effective tool to calm the mind, thus invoking the meditative or trance-like states of awareness that lie beyond waking consciousness.
The Flower of Life: Interdimensional Portal?
The Flower of Life is said to be the most sacred fractal pattern in the universe, encompassing the essential shapes and connections intrinsic to every aspect of our physicality.
It occurs when a repetition of symmetrically balanced, overlapping circles are placed within a six-fold symmetry. This pattern is one most frequently found in ancient temples, in nature, and even in modern churches.
The most common image of the Flower of Life is a simplified, two-dimensional version of the original, since it is in print form.
The complex version of the Flower of Life image is created by the over-laying of the basic fractal with the three-dimensional, Platonic solid figures, creating a more multi-dimensional representation of this geometry. The complex pattern that results from this specific combination is the one most often attributed to use as a meditative tool.
Although the specifics of this pattern are beyond the scope of this article, it is a trending topic amidst today’s metaphysical and spiritual communities, particularly for its use as a meditative tool.
Many have described altered states of awareness after gazing at the image for 10-30 minutes. Some have claimed that images and faces seem to protrude from the picture, while others report an increase in psychic skills, the ability to communicate with the deceased, and visions into parallel dimensions – all from meditating on the image.
Is it possible that the Flower of Life is more than a geometric pattern? Can it really be a portal to dimensions beyond this one? Furthermore, does it possibly hold the key to unlocking the mysteries of our universe?
Try the Flower of Life Meditation!
- Enlarge the black and white image on your computer screen, or print out an enlarged version and attach it to a wall.
- State your intention to yourself that you are only willing to encounter the highest vibrational energy, for the highest good of all, as you do the practice.*
- Sit back 1 to 3 feet from the image and face it.
- Relax and breathe long and deep.
- Allow your eyes to go into soft focus while gazing at the image.
- Try not to focus at a set point, rather allow your subconscious to take the whole image in at once.
- The image may appear fuzzy or go out of focus. This is fine.
- Allow images to come through the design, knowing that whatever comes through does so for your highest good.
- When you are finished, take some time and record your impressions. Note how you feel, what thought flashed through your mind, or what you saw.
- Try the practice regularly to allow the chance for varying results to occur.
*Before you begin, it may be important to note that some have reported frightening images. This is why it is important to declare your intention to yourself, as a way to protect yourself and attract only the highest frequencies available to you. If something does come through that scares you, simply close your eyes and end the practice.
Share Your Experience
The concept of a multi-dimensional universe is a relatively new field of theoretical research. While we can suspect that there are limitless boundaries and potential yet to be discovered, taking this field from theory to proof is no easy task.
It may take a courageous persona, and out-of-the-box methods such as these, to gain any ground. But the good news is that there is opportunity for anyone who is willing to become a pioneer of the unknown. If you try this practice, let us know how it goes.
About The Author
Susan L. Magine is a writer, clairvoyant healer, medium and Kundalini yoga instructor. She specializes in helping others heal through awareness and conscious energy movement. She is the author and creator of the metaphysical blog, Mechanics of Being.