July 20, 2017 @ 9:00 am – 11:30 am
Mount Shasta Arts and Healing Center
407 N Mt Shasta Blvd Mt Shasta
CA 96067

*This Event Speaker / Presentation is included in the Guest Speakers & Presentations Package Deal.

SACRED GEOMETRY:  Architecture of the Cosmos

What does music look like?  What is the shape of blissful harmonies?  Why do some sites and temples feel so sacred?  Where is the doorway to multi-dimensional realms?  How was the universe created, anyway?!  And what does this have to do with Unity Consciousness? Come let me help you remember… we are all architects of the cosmos and goddesses/gods of vibration.  What kind of future-now do you want to create?

Lisa Diane is offering inspiring ways for you to incorporate Divine Geometry (patterns of nature and the cosmos) into your unique creative expressions through an experiential workshop that includes drawing, meditation and yantra practice, with some presentations, and heart- centered geometric remote viewing. 

Sacred Geometry is a universal language that reveals the precise way that the energy of creation organizes itself, from the most minute particles to the patterns of the cosmos.  There are countless connections of this geometry to nature, music, art, sacred architecture, scientific phenomenon and more, known and practiced in most all ancient civilizations in their sciences and arts.  It’s resurgence is also a modern bridge between physics and spirituality, the physical world and interdimensionality. Practicing Sacred Geometry is an experiential learning process that opens gateways for soul memory, enhances the mind’s capacity to image hyper-dimensionally and reveals our relationships to each other and our connection to Divine Source.  Sacred patterns can be used for healing and balancing energies.  All geometry is “spatial proportion” representing frequency and music!  It is a universal, inter-dimensional language and the highest language of the mind. Every number has meaning and each is represented dimensionally in shapes. All geometric shapes are a very pure form of math, of which numeric equations attempt to express.  While geometry gives rise to numbers, the practice of constructions requires no linear math.  We know that early geometry was exercised before 3000 BC in the Indus Valley.  Most recently, the understanding of “fractals”, or infinitely compressible and expandable patterns, are helping us understand complex patterns of life and is giving rise to new technologies that can be completely harmonious with nature.  And crop circles are beginning to reveal possibilities for universal communications through Divine Geometry for the Golden Age.