Sacred Geometry, as above, so below. When I was attempting to articulate an experience I went through, was entirely in my mind but the intensity or energy of the visitation of what at first I thought was a tiny particle, or fleck far distant, in a sea of otherwise normal field of view. With my eyes completely closed or open, it didn’t matter.
My experience of Nirvana happened in the comfort and safety of my own home, in complete sobriety, after an unusually mystical sunrise meditation session of about 3 hours. I watched the sunrise from under the boughs of an ancient giant cedar tree, on the shores of the Pacific.
Nirvana (निर्वाण, Sanskrit: nirvāṇa; Pali: nibbana, nibbāna) is the goal of the Buddhist path. The literal meaning of the term is “blowing out” or “quenching”. Nirvana is the ultimate spiritual goal in Buddhism and marks the soteriological release from rebirths in saṃsāra.
It was a cold drizzling winter morning, the waves were lapping softly, the rain was soft and it was almost silent, the beach and forest were empty. Once the rain stopped I walked home and laid down on my bed, it was about 8:30 in the morning.
When I focused on the tiny distant light I began to sense that it was approaching, also that more attention spent was bringing it towards me. It grew rapidly and what it became, was complete surrender to a powerful light that engulfed my body and thought would blow-up my heart but I wasn’t panicking.
My intuition guided my mind to remain focused on the light and not too lose concentration, the reward for facing the fear was an embrace of emotion and love like I had never known, or realized but it was recognized by a deeper being in me, than I knew I was.
The rainbow colors were vivid, we were locked on as the intensity increased, it changed to bright white light and filled my whole being. Communication was like a whisper at first, I thought I could hear something, then realized it was flooding my mind and taking over by filling me with ideas and knowledge, some I already knew but forgot somehow, that’s why I wasn’t worried, since it feels like infinity and the knowledge of the halls of Amenti, wrapped into a warm spirit, as if it were “our father” and entirely familiar.
You know everything at once, every question you can think of. Much vision dumping of faces and feelings, at massive high speed the mind expands. The duration is without time but maybe it happened in a second, or perhaps lasted an hour. I just remember that and for days after the knowledge poured in. It took over ten days for the awe to dim.
Perception of the world changed, now all things are connected by what looks like little electric chords. Quantum mechanics is beyond my education but that’s how I learned about e8 and it reminds me of what I witnessed approach me, except it was in motion and not in any shape as it was everything, from the inside out, the heart of a flame in roaring fire.
I’m not sharing this to prove it or for any other reason than to share what I learned, so I can experience it again and encourage others to seek the ancient idea of ascension. How to find it is to seek the particle that resides in each of us and can be found by knowing what to look for and how to discover it. Ascension is why we’re here.
First, there’s nothing new under the sun. We are discussing something very, very old but mostly it’s taught from an entirely different perspective. Many of my clues came from Melchizedek, Bob Frissell, Terrence McKenna to Maharshi and other Yogi’s all leave a path to the journey of the soul.
There’s more there, there. E8 is what I saw inside my mind but it was living and when it engulfed me I knew I was part of it, not it inside of me. My belief is that it was God and just as has been described by multitudes before me, the experience was a Baptism by fire, in which my heart was filled with joy and the visions that flooded my brain were that of happiness and love.
As we attempt to know our universe, the search for the God particle in CERN, using the Higgs-Boson particle and now learning quantum mechanics to see the hand of the almighty in everything, only to learn that he’s also inside of us too, in the very temple, super-computer and atomic reactor all packaged in a meat-suit throbbing with biology.
Sacred geometry ascribes symbolic and sacred meanings to certain geometric shapes and certain geometric proportions. It is associated with the belief that a god is the geometer of the world. In my experience I’ve not read of anyone ascribing this theory, however Christ said it best in the testimony given by Nicodemus that it’s compared to being born again.
The geometry used in the design and construction of religious structures such as churches, temples, mosques, religious monuments, altars, and tabernacles has sometimes been considered sacred. This same geometry is used to assemble the billions of particles that make up the eyeballs that are reading this.
There’s no moral to this, or fancy ending but I will leave you one another piece of knowledge, that we now know that your memories are stored outside of your body, not inside your brain like we previously thought. Yes, it’s true, we have remote storage capacity in the ether but science has yet to discover how or where we store memories outside of our bodies.