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# The Geometry of Energy, The Mathematics of Meditation

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From The Geometry of Energy: How to Meditate

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Let none ignorant of geometry enter.

It's said this phrase was above the doorway to Plato's school of philosophy and metaphysics. Why is an understanding of geometry and ostensibly arithmetic, so important to gaining further knowledge of philosophy and metaphysics? When one understands geometry, and specifically the four dimensions of geometry, one can conceptualize the subtleties of different spaces, vibrations and dimensions.

The supposed sign on the door to metaphysics school illustrates that geometry is important to further understanding metaphysics. The four dimensions of geometry in particular are helpful because they open our understanding of subtle vibrations and enhance our awareness through their correlative metaphysical dynamics. The four dimensions also offer a lucid meditation formula, uniting mathematics and meditation in metaphysics contributing to enhancing the understanding of our true nature.

Plato alluded to the deeper potentials of geometry beyond mathematics into the sacred. Pythagoras too who famously developed and expanded many geometrical constructs, concluded essentially that geometry and mathematics were derived from and led one to god. It is my belief that the reason there are these relationships between God and Geometry to put it simply, or meditation and mathematics to be specific, in esoteric teachings, and in freemasonic symbolism, is largely because of the four dimensions of geometry and the resulting Geometry of Energy.

"The knowledge of which geometry aims is the knowledge of the eternal." ~Plato

One of the most well known symbols associated with freemasonry is a G in the middle of the compass and square. The G is said to stand for many things including God, geometry and gnosis or knowing, possibly the gnosis that accompanies fusing spirituality (god) and mathematics (geometry). The symbol is presented to illustrate the continued recognition of the symbolic power herein, not to endorse Freemasonry, of course, and to relate the old stone Mason metaphysical school slogan with the modern day symbol associated with groups said to be offshoots of the very same.

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Points, Lines, Circles and Spheres

"The key to growth is the introduction of higher dimensions of consciousness into our awareness." ~Lao Tzu

The Geometry of Energy is a meditation instruction and exploration of meditative energies through the four dimensions of geometry. In its simplicity and profundity is an empowering four step meditation leading to individuation as well as an enhanced understanding of energy. The simple and sacred four dimensions of geometry lead to understanding meditation processes and energies for psychologically and spiritually cleansing our thinking and being. The process of meditation enables individuation, distinguished self-development.

The Geometry of Energy utilizes the four dimensions of geometry to enable a higher understanding of meditation and energy through eclectic, esoteric, and yet simple related practices, each geared towards self-refinement. The Geometry of Energy enhances understanding of meditative energies through mathematical constructs as they are related to spiritual subjects. The four dimensions of geometry, the four ways to understand objects and energies, are as points, lines, planes and solids. Circles are the highest form of a plane, and spheres are the highest form of solid.

Points can represent anything, up to and including things that have no size. A point requires just one point to depict, obviously. A line requires a minimum of two points to depict though infinite more points can be integrated. A line can be any width, up to and including no width at all. A shape, or plane, might be no width at all and requires a minimum of three points to depict, though infinite more points can be integrated for different shapes. The fourth geometrical understanding of space is a solid, a solid that might have no weight. A solid requires a minimum of four points to depict making a four sided pyramid, though of course, an infinite number of points can be integrated depending on the shape.