In my art, I see many geometries, but they are moving, morphing, changing, rarely static. Energy moves in spirals, and I see it very often. I’ve even seen a ‘spiral made of spirals’, which pertained to whale sounds. Hurricanes move in spirals, as do galaxies. The hair on our head grows in a spiral pattern from our crown, and fingerprints can form spirals. They’re everywhere! Laser light moves in spirals, and there is evidence that dolphin sounds may also move in spirals. DNA is a double spiral. Because I see spirals so often while tuning in to the shapes of pineal toning, I researched spiral energy. When I hear the pineal tones and see the moving forms in my third eye here’s what I feel I’m witnessing, and I’ll say it in the simple phrasing of a non-scientist. There exists a polarity (+ and - charge) in all things, from atoms on up. This interrelated dynamic sets up a whirling energy field that causes spirals to move in a clockwise or counter-clockwise pattern. The movement of these spirals makes a force field in the atoms that surround it. These atoms then become configured in a visible form, and this form is called physical manifestation. The spirals I see are what matter would look like if you zoomed WAY in on it.
When I talk about sound, light, vibration, and energy I’m talking about the same phenomenon. Like many of you, in meditation, dreams and visions I’ve witnessed the creation and re-creation of form as I watched sounds make geometries. Our DNA is a living geometry, and the atoms and molecules within possess a polarity or charge. Can this charge be used to create a force field to bring about manifesting and healing? It feels like we have this potential, waiting to be used. Wouldn’t it be cool if a person could be healed from a song or by looking at a piece of art? What if the geometries in the art balanced and harmonized their state of health? Maybe it’s not so far-fetched, and maybe it’s already happening. Maybe, the ancient greeks who used music in their healing temples were bringing forth the medicine of our future. And maybe it’s closer than we think.
- A Beginner’s Guide to Constructing the Universe, Michael S. Schneider
- Platonic & Archimedian Solids, Daud Sutton
- Sacred Geometry, Stephen Skinner
- Sacred Geometry Philosophy and Practice, Thames & Hudson