Academy of Sacred Geometry
Mastery course in Sacred Geometry
Held in several modules spaced over the year
Locations are NYC, San Francisco and European Retreats
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The Academy of Sacred Geometry
A School of Learning and Unraveling the Mysteries of Life
A Personal journey for the Alchemy of the Soul
A Universal journey for the Evolution of Consciousness
Sacred Geometry is “The Architect of The Universe”- and
the key to unlocking all of the Western Spiritual Traditions and the
scientfic definition of BEAUTY and HARMONY
Each of these modules of study are open for all to attend. For those
who wish to achieve the Practitioner Certificate course- a total of
10 modules of your choice must be mastered.
We weave and combine many aspects of Sacred Geometry, Alchemy, Eco-Design
and Deep Ecology, Bio-Architecture, Art, Implosion and the new energy
technologies, the Golden Mean Philosophies, Sustainable Environments,
Spiritual Practices and Natural Healing, Transpersonal Experiences,
the practices of Longevity, Immortality and successful dieing, Bio-Feedback
and much much more. We have exciting events planned in South France,
Prague, New York and San Francisco and other locations.
If you truly wish to master your understanding of
the Universe, and the potential you have to play in the process,
you should seriouly consider doing these trainings. Be on the cutting
edge of the new growning awareness, technology and science of consciousness,
and the alchemy of design. We can reveal to you some of the closest
kepted secrets and insights humankind has developed over thousands
of years of existance
Sacred Geometry is a study of the universal language of truth, harmony,
beauty, proportion, rhythm and order. It is a blueprint of creation,
an interface between the seen and unseen, the manifest and unmanifest.
It is often described as the Arctitect of the Universe.
more about Sacred Geometry
About the Mastery Course
The study of sacred geometry in our time can be imagined as creating
an inner sanctuary bringing together all the parts of our experience
in our life and cultivating a still center which feels like a connection
to the timeless. This place connects the ideas of science, spirituality
and beauty, a container which can hold many different ideas that
may not seem to go together. It is a language of symbolic forms that
have been part of all cultures to create a connection to archetypal
Through the study of archetypal sacred space, we discover a blueprint
for the portable temple that we all carry within us and have the potential
to manifest in our lives as a sense of peace and well being. This is
made up of our experience of numbers in our lives, shapes in nature,
how we deal with time, and our perception of harmony, beauty, order,
meaning in the world, and the anatomy of our body. This language is
used to create sacred structures which express spiritual values and
act as an intermediary with the vastness of the universe. If we are
a microcosm and the universe is a macrocosm, then what we create, whether
it is a home, a temple, music, or some other kind of creative expression
it is the middle ground known as the messocosm.
This is a universal language that all cultures have explored at some
time right from the earliest expressions in stone circles or patterns
on pottery and baskets, continuing in the construction of the cathedrals
and into the theoretical ponderings of modern physics.
We will explore this language by viewing images, drawing patterns
from different cultures around the world, building simple three dimensional
forms and discussing the meaning of the shapes, and numbers and how
they relate to our lives. Some of the expressions we will study is
the construction of mandalas, rose windows, labyrinths, and what symbolic
ideas are conveyed through these circular forms.
Sacred geometry was used to create rugs and carpets in the middle
east to express order, flowing divine grace and a representation of
the gardens of paradise. It was used for creating healing spaces which
evoke the divine order that reflected the orderly patterns seen in
the night sky.
Here are some themes for us to consider: in this time
of conflict, what is the common ground between all the sacred traditions?
What can reconcile, heal and represent the place where all the cultures
for the world speak a common language? In most spiritual practices
there is a tradition of using geometry to orient oneself and experience
the transcendent world and the world of nature. This shows up in the
forms of rose windows, architecture of cathedrals and temples, mandalas
from Buddhism and Hinduism, African fabrics and music, Islamic patterns,
and the Jewish diagram of the tree of life (the Kaballah). What was
going on the past when communities organized their imagination to create
extraordinary sacred space?
The patterns of natural forms were studied to learn
about how the universe organizes itself and how these forms express
spiritual metaphors that taught us something about how to live together
and dream. There is a delightful symbolic language in the world around
us ˆ why
do we count in dozens, why do fruit trees always have flowers which
have five petals? Why are there seven days in a week? The shapes of
clouds, rivers, trees, the night sky are all part of a language that
we can read and enjoy.
During the course we will
- Study the symbolism of numbers and shapes through discussion and
- Explore the way sacred space is created in cultures from around the
- Learn how geometry relates to the idea of beauty and harmony in our
lives and the world around us
- Experience the ideas of sacred space from different cultures by drawing
- Make simple 3 dimensional forms to learn about structure and form
- Viewing images that illustrate the ideas that we have worked with
though creative activities and discussions
Geometry is the common ground between many of the cultures and traditions
on our planet going back to the beginning of the human story. In our
primary experience, the sun and moon would be powerful images of round
forms circling in the sky, so the circle can be seen as an image of
heavenly order. A triangle could be a mountain representing an approach
to the sacred or it could represent fire, a transforming or nourishing
energy. The square could be the cardinal directions, the four seasons
or the four times of the day, a description of our experience of being
in earthly time and space.
In these classes we will look at, discuss, draw, and construct these
shapes and explore other forms and patterns. The drawing exercises
have been designed so that they will be interesting for people at all
levels of experience and be incorporated into the presentation. There
will also be some time devoted to exploring the geometry of 3 dimensional
forms. In this way we will experience the ideas and feelings that will
be described and see the potential that the material has for healing
Every culture and society, since the beginning of time has had their
version of a synergistic interrelationship with these patterns.
More topics covered in the Foundation Course
• An introduction to the language: the shapes, numbers and patterns.
• The geometry of living forms: the golden section, Fibonacci
sequences, the five-pointed star and the spiral. We will also look
at the idea of beauty and how the parts relate to the whole
• The geometry of the solar system and its relationship to our
earthly experience. We will draw a diagram that incorporates all the
proportions of our solar system
• The symbolism of numbers especially the number 12.
• Why the twelve tribes, the twelve apostles, the 12 of the clock
face the 12 members of a jury?
12 astrological types?
• We will also look at Rose windows, patterns from Morocco and
the image of the 12 petals of the heart chakra in the Vedic tradition
We will view case histories and examples of the
patterned language of nature, including geometric shapes, music,
art, the human body, landscaping, architecture inspired by the Cosmic
Order, including Feng Shui, Sacred Geometry and Vastu Shastra (vedic
Historical as well as cultural perspectives will be entertained so
as to draw a relationship between primitive indigenous and modern design.
We will draw the sacred shapes and explore their integration into
real world design. We will explore the practical uses in design - integrating
Sacred Geometry and architectural harmonies into your design work.
Form and symbolism around the number 6
in some traditions the six petaled flower is called
the flower of creation - as in the six days of creation with the
day of rest in the center. In Buddhism it could be the six syllables
of "om ma ni
pad me hum" with the idea of a six petaled flower with a jewel
in the center
Many yantras in the Tantric and Vedic traditions depict the six pointed
We will start with an introduction to the stories, symbols and traditions
around the number six. We will then explore the shapes and geometry
that emerge as we draw patterns based on this number with a compass
and a ruler.
There will be a chance to draw the geometry of snowflakes, flowers
and patterns from many different cultures and discover the harmonies
and ratios that emerge as we work with these shapes.
Form and symbolism around the number 3
Three the magic number in stories; the three wishes, three bears,
three blind mice, and so on. To look at this theme, this we will be
drawing patterns and constructing shapes which relate to threeness.
The Golden Ratio - The Divine
The golden ratio describes the special relationship found in nature
between two parts of a whole. It can be described in terms
of number, length, area, volume and, to a certain degree, beauty
We are a microcosmic reflection of the macrocosm. The structure of
the human body is based upon the same set of principles that are
found functioning on all levels of creation. Our body contains within
it holographically all the information of the universe.
Initiation into understanding:
• The Universe is made of one substance and has one shape – the
• The world is made up of waves and sacred proportions.
• Geometry produces symmetry. Waves get permission to arrange
themselves and to store memory from ‘ONENESS’, through
the Golden Mean ‘Phi’ ratio – the secret of the universe
and the most accurate scientific pure principle to describe how things
relate and function, evolve, change and manifest.
• Waves are drawn to FOCUS and automatically sort themselves and
agree to sustain via Sacred Geometry. They align to still points, creating ‘CHARGE’, ‘ecstasy’ and
• When the harmonics of the brain-body-heart-planet enter into
NESTING, they do so by the principal of FRACTALITY. The small is within
the large; the pattern of your fingertip is the same as the galaxy.
• The doorway of perception is to holographically connect all
of life processes – past, present and future.
More on Sacred Geometry
Discover why Pythagoras said Sacred Geometry was the most important
science, art and philosophy for a healthy society to learn. No lesser
souls than Leonardo, Kepler, Goethe, Bacon, Gurdjieff, Steiner and
Fuller and all western spiritual traditions and alchemists held Sacred
Geometry close to the core of their beliefs and applications in life.
It involved a deep meditative attunement and close observation of
nature. Suppressed for thousands of years - this lost knowledge of
Truth, Beauty, Evolution and Harmony is slowly being rediscovered.
In the East- we have the TAO
In the West- we have Sacred Geometry
The Ancients such as the Sumerians, Egyptians,
Druids, Essenes and Mayans incorporated Sacred Geometry teachings
into their mystery schools. Their initiates had to learn the Alchemy
of the Soul. From the mosaics of Sufi Art, the pyramids of Ancient
Egypt, the Mandela’s of
Vedic Philosophy and Vastu Shastra, to the calendars of the Aztecs
and mystery schools and secret societies in the western world, to the
medicines of India, Tibet, China, Celtic and Druid – Sacred Geometry
has long bridged the world of spirit and matter. It continues to play
an integral role in the traditions of art, architecture, science and
cutting-edge physics, alchemy, feng shui, geomancy, music and mathematics.
To truly understand Sacred Geometry we have to understand that everything
in the universe is made up of energy and it is in a continual state
of transformation. All actions obey distinct patterns, and Sacred Geometry
describes these laws through patterns, shapes, forms, music, proportions,
and ratios. A blueprint of creation, it is an interface between the
seen and unseen, the manifest and unmanifest. It unravels the mysteries
of life and explains how we are all from the same source, unity and
onessness. It is a study of the underlying principles that make our
Universe be able to EXIST!
Sacred Geometry gives you the opportunity to take a BIG PICTURE look
at yourself and your place in the world. Once mastered, it can be applied
and used as a tool in healing, meditation, visualization, counseling,
teaching, researching, biofeedback, sacred space design, feng shui,
dance and movement, architecture and the creation of peace, emotional
coherence, longevity and peak experiences.
It is a universal language of truth, harmony, beauty, proportion,
rhythm and order.
From the dance of sub-atomic particles to spiraling galaxies, and the
concepts of wave theory, Zero point and Holographic fields, advanced
systems of healing, Bio Feedback, The Fractal Universe, The geometry
of DNA, Nature, Art and Sacred Architecture and the ‘WIND on
which LOVE Travels’
It is a pathway to understanding who you are, where you
are from and where you are going
NOTE: This Foundation course can be
credit towards Roger green Feng Shui Practitioner course held at The
New york School of feng Shui- eight module trainings for the Feng Shui
Practitioner course. No previous experience is required in music, art,
mathematics or physics. We have a balance between the technical and
experiential, and a wonderful balance and play between left and right
brain qualities. We also offer on-going advanced trainings and retreats
with teachers from all over the world, once you have mastered the Foundation
What to bring
Please bring thoughts and ideas to share with the class, and bring
a compass, a straight edge, colored pencils or magic markers, (we
will bring extra supplies for those who forget)
And also, please bring an open, playful, and curious mind. Our hope
is that we can be a community for the duration that stimulates discussions
on what is beautiful, sacred, and authentic in the world we live in.
Visit our website with all faculty, upcoming courses,
topic descriptions and more.