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Sacred Geometry and The Nature of Everything

Thanks to an inspiration on Facebook, I am posting this Q and A to help anyone who is interested understand the connection between Sacred Geometry and … well … Everything.

If you’d like to see my facebook pictures in the post, I’m at – or you can see previous posts on this blog for more info on sacred geometry and nature.


Me: Yum!! Sacred Geometry Rocks. The Nature of Nature, Baby! Right under our noses.

JBN: What does this mean in simple terms (English) ?

Me: The YinYang symbol is a 2-dimensional symbol that is derived from (and represents) a dynamic 4-dimensional, toroidal structure that is at the root of Nature / SpaceTimeReality as we know it.

JBN: May I know what the practical application of this in we everyday life ?

Me: Sure. Just like the light-bulb, there are many practical applications of this tool depending on how broad or narrow your daily life is. For example – Some people are applying toroidal dynamics to create new, improved electricity circuits that operate on less power and generate electricity as they work (look up Keppe Motors). Some are applying toroidal dynamics to understand the electro-magnetic dynamics in the human body (your heart and brain are both sources of an electro-magnetic field). This toroidal behavior is part of the way everything in our physical Nature works – from the smallest to the largest (google physicists Nassim Haramein and if you can bear his languaging Walter Russell’s work, who discovered some of the elements on our periodic chart). There are more books and science sources coming out daily realizing the link between sacred geometry and all of the fabric of our lives (ex: the link I put up about jewel universe – here ). Some are even applying knowledge of these dynamics to create alternatives to water generation and propulsion (Keshe). This same structure is related to the Flower of Life and the Tree of Life and the Sri Yantra – they are all 2-dimensional representations of the same main structures (see the photos in my albums). We see the connection in 3D in a new sound-related science called Cymatics; this relates directly to music and has possible medicinal applications (Rife). As we human beings learn how to represent toroidal dynamics in math, we are simplifying and correcting our understanding of the universe – everything from sub-atomic particle behavior to the way hurricanes and tornadoes work (there’s a yin/yang dynamic visible at the top of a hurricane), to the way galactic bodies work (the arms on the Milky Way galaxy and the way quasars behave, which is directly related to how our sun behaves) – (see also this link ). Some are applying the new understandings in medicine as well. The shift in the way we understand reality is no less important or applicable as when we human beings stopped thinking the Earth was flat. Now because I’m interested in everything from healing to music to alternative energy to science to medicine to art to ancient history, and because I believe in informing myself when more accurate perspectives of reality are discovered, this is a part of my daily life, every day. Depending on your scope of interest, I hope this’ll help show ways advances in electricity, science, medicine and more might be related to your everyday life.

PS: If you want a real trip through 6 dimensions, turn off your sound and watch this: 😉


Perception as Love and Power

When we perceive truths beyond our own preferred belief systems we do more than simply show strength of character.  When we are able to change perspectives we witness multiple sides of Experience.  Greater experience means greater knowledge and understanding.  Rather than resisting perspectives we disagree with, as we reconcile multiple truths we ascend to ever greater states beyond fear or weakness.

Fantastic – In Music

Wisdom packaged in funky rhythm –
lyrics –


With love,

Attention 1 and 2 – Where Are You?

Quoted article – fantastic way to open conversation about “subtle field energies”.


— CLIP —

How the First and Second Attention Work

Copyright © 2008 Antero Alli

What we pay attention to informs the content of our minds; how we pay
attention informs the quality of that content. Two types of attention will be
addressed here to demonstrate these ideas. The first attention is that
awareness linked to language, thinking and the automatic assignment of labels and meaning; referred to hereafter as “first attention”. The second attention is not linked to language, thinking and/or meaning but to presence, energy, phenomena. The first attention looks but cannot see; the second attention only sees. Most people know the feeling of being looked at, as if on display; far fewer know the feeling of being truly seen. Or of seeing. Both first and second attentions are important and necessary for differing reasons.

The underlying purpose of the first attention is survival; to figure out
how to stay alive.

The underlying purpose of the second attention is creativity, of directly
engaging the autonomous forces of creation. These two attentions can
function separately and/or together at differing degrees and consequences. Left alone, the first attention fixates awareness on survival issues — such as security, status, analysis and problem solving, social needs — with minimal
access to the “post-survival” luminosities of rapture, clairvoyance, telepathy, and the various powers of dreaming.

The first attention expresses a function of physical sight and intellect;
the second attention conveys a function of the energetic body and intuition
with biological correlation in the Central Nervous System. The sense of
sight (first attention) is linked to insight (second attention) by way of
stimulation of the light-sensitive, serotonin-rich pineal gland via the optic
nerve. This stimulation occurs naturally during the onset of sleep,
resulting in the hypnogogic state of shifting imagery that bridges waking and
dreaming states. Though both attentions are linked, their mutual interaction
remains for the most part latent and rarely made conscious during daytime
waking hours. Developing meaningful interactions between both attentions
expresses a function of the power of dreaming (more on the power of dreaming in Part Six).

The first attention is stable and stabilizes awareness; the second
attention is unstable and destabilizes awareness. First attention stability is
maintained by the pursuit and attainment of certainty with such certitudes as
fixed beliefs, ideas, preconceptions, assumptions and dogmas. The unstable
second attention is maintained by permitting more uncertainty, residing in
silence and being unknown to yourself. The first attention closes the mind
as a cocoon; second attention opens the mind as a butterfly taking flight.
The mutual regulation of both attentions dilate and/or narrow the mind
according to each person’s anxiety threshold, of how much uncertainty can be
permitted before static nervous energy contracts and closes the mind.

A message is the ordering of a signal.

Both attentions can be strengthened through different types of
concentration. First attention concentrates by fixating on an idea, image or concept; second attention concentrates by merging with the energy. First attention creates a picture and assigns a story, message or meaning to it. The second attention attunes to the signal, frequency or vibration of the energy before its organization into a message. A message is the ordering of a signal. Second attention gets the signal, first attention organizes it into a message.

This process already happens by itself, unconsciously without our control,
and it happens at the speed of light. The second attention absorbs
luminosity and is light sensitive; the first attention translates energy (light)
with pattern recognition and is form-sensitive. The second attention acts
like a radar dish receiving raw signals from outer space and the first
attention is like the computer program that outputs incoming signals as readable data.

The first attention can act as an anchor to the second attention, as the
second attention can act as a catalyst or shock to the first attention. The
first attention anchors the second attention when we can learn to find
words, images and ideas that best serve the authenticity and truth of the
signal. The second attention shocks the first attention as we can learn to
permit enough uncertainty to experience the unknown firsthand. If the second
attention fails to anchor itself in the first attention, its absorption of
luminosity can overwhelm the individual ego; all lit up with nowhere to go.
Not unlike an overheated electrical wire without a ground, the forces of
creation are engaged but sputter, disperse and fail to manifest in time and
space. If the first attention consistently avoids the shock of uncertainty and
unknowns, the thinking processes can rigidify, grow brittle and turn
dogmatic and paranoid. Both types of attention need each other; both are
necessary to increase the power of dreaming.

In much of the educational systems of western civilization, the first
attention has gained powerful a priori status which has regretfully inflated
its sense of importance. This inflation has resulted in a kind of mental
tyranny over the body/psyche by the mechanism of over-thinking. This compulsion further complicates itself by nonstop, dualistic comparisons and associations of this image with that, or that system with this one, etc. etc. Over-thinking turns any psyche into a tool for an inflated, arrogant intellect until that psyche begins using the intellect as a tool; something becomes a tool when it can be put down after its use.

The first attention can be called “the knowing mind”, as the second
attention can be called “the not knowing, or unknowing, mind”. Our public
education systems have sanctioned over-thinking by assigning the highest grades and status to what can be proven, justified and known. We are not assigned high grades for not knowing. However, without the cultivation of the second attention — the unknowing mind — the psyche remains severely limited and tyrannized by the agendas of the mundane survival-oriented first attention. Claustrophobia sets in as the first attention dominates the psyche with its compulsive data and proof gathering habits, filling up more and more inner space with the cluttered detritus of random information.

Without an active second attention, the intellect’s insatiable appetite
for proofs and certitudes continue to mask deeper, unmet survival needs for
more security, status and territory. If basic survival problems remain
unsolved, the first attention can begin thinking in absolute terms as a
misguided and unconscious attempt to alleviate the underlying survival anxiety. This can manifest as a fixation with trying to make sense of everything, nonstop rationalizations, and trying to solve problems created by the very mechanistic mindset trying to solve them. This type of mental looping expresses first attention out of control. The mad, mad reign of King Monkey Mind can be overthrown by shifting the focus towards the second attention.

The second attention can be cultivated by relaxing the search for meaning.
This can be experienced by relaxing the tendency to project and/or assume
meaning onto whatever is perceived, in lieu of direct perception of the
phenomena. This can also occur by dropping labels through an agreement to
experience the world without naming what you are experiencing. Infants and very young children see this way most of the time. This begins a process of flexing a once active perceptual muscle before it weakened and/or atrophied.

The education of the first and second attentions turns into wisdom when
both awarenesses can work together. To review, the first attention is
attached to day-today survival concerns, solving everyday mundane problems, and making sense of things by automatically assigning labels and meaning to experience. The second attention is linked to presence, energy and phenomena, allowing direct engagement with the autonomous forces of creation, the archetypes governing existence. As these two attentions recognize each other and find ways to interact and work together, an important bridge can be built between their worlds.

a paratheatre manifesto by Antero Alli

About the Author
Antero Alli is an underground filmmaker and director of ParaTheatrical ReSearch who maintains a private astrological practice in his spare time. He is the author of Angel Tech, Angel Tech Talk, A Modern Shaman’s Guide to a Pregnant Universe (with Christopher S. Hyatt), The Akashic Record Player, Astrologik, The Vertical Oracle, and Towards an Archeology of the Soul.

Freedom from Fear

The bodymind bracing against some possible future pain.
The thoughts and emotion we experience when the ego/bodymind is trying to protect us from pain.

Worry / seeking reassurance / seeking understanding:
Forms of fear; the bodymind’s attempt to console fear; bracing against the pain of loss of some universal need (security, companionship, deep connection, etc)

Freedom from fear comes
not from reassurance, not from understanding, and not from solution. Freedom from fear doesn’t come from ascending into peak states of meditation.

These things only hide the fear.

Remove the reassurance, understanding, the solution, or the peak state and the fear returns.

Freedom from fear only comes when we confront it or embrace it. when we open to the thing we’re bracing against, when we embrace it, fear evaporates.

Confronting fear / opening to it means to
lean into the emotion of the fear – feel it – and then
a.) connect with the universal need/yearning at the root of it and
b.) release the “ick” of it (grieve the pain of the yearning) until
c.) realization of Infinite Self emerges and the fear naturally evaporates.

Embracing fear means to do this cycle:
a.) invite the thoughts of the ‘worst case scenario’
b.) ask, “ok, so? and then what?”
c.) repeat until realization of Infinite Freedom emerges and the fear naturally evaporates.

Confront fear or embrace it, and what you’re left with is the Face of Spirit – conscious connection to the universal need, free of the emotional charge.

From this place your state is resourceful, grounded, able to take effective action, and able to make powerful requests for Emergence.

Anything else is consoling fear, capitulating to fear, and acting out of being hijacked by fear. All of these are forms of personal slavery to fear.

For many of us the ultimate fear is fear of death, ultimate loss.

While we brace against loss or pain, we are slaves to our fear.

Confront fear. Release the bodymind tension.

Do It!

  1. Name one fear you have.
  2. Choose explicitly – do you wish to be a slave to your fear, or free of it?
  3. Choose which method you’re going to use to free yourself from your fear: to confront it, or to embrace it.
  4. Use the appropriate practice above. Get help; it’s hard to both go deep in doing the work AND also holding the process container. Get someone else to hold the process.

For more information, or to receive support to evaporate fear, call Toll-Free 1.877.535.5438 .

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How To Permanently Free Yourself of Fear

Do you realize that your fear…your contraction…your closure…are all simply by-products of your ungrieved pain?

Find the path to full and complete grief, and you find the path to liberation from fear – permanently.

A brother is killed by terrorists. One sibling fears terrorists. If this sibling grieves fully, this sibling finds infinite liberation from the illusion of victimhood, thus freedom from fear. Another sibling acts out of blind vengence couched as “justice”. If fully grieved, this sibling finds action based in powerful equanimity and clarity.

A woman decides she hates men. Ask her her story, and you find she experienced painful breakups or painful yearning for what she has not yet found. In the former, her hatred is based in the ungrieved pain about what happened, and fear that the situation will happen again. In the latter, her hatred is based in core heartbreak she has not grieved. If fully grieved, this woman’s hatred will transform to peace, radiance, and effortless magnetism.

To learn a 3-Breath process for completing the grief process fully, email gail at integratedcoaches dot com, or ask for it in a comment, below!

I Need Book Recommendations!!!!


I’m looking for my next good book read…

Based on this list, could you tell me 2 or 3 other books you think I’d like?

  • Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert Heinlein
  • Sidhartha and Steppenwolf by Herman Hesse
  • Skinny Legs and All by Tom Robbins (everything by him)
  • Sophie’s World by Jostein Gaarder
  • Jonathan Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach (everything by him)
  • The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
  • Celestine Prophesy by James Redfield

What do you think I should read next that you think I’ll enjoy?

Just click “comment” and tell me what you think.


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