The Sanskrit term mandala roughly translates to "magic circle" or "sacred circle". They tend to act as activation templates of consciousness. Carl G. Jung studied mandalas from a wide field of world cultures and eras, as well as having advocated for creating our own mandalas as vehicles of soulwork. He noted that when we draw mandalas from the center outward, we tend to process our personal issues or challenges du jour and often gain increased clarity and energy which we can apply to our…

The Sanskrit term mandala roughly translates to "magic circle" or "sacred circle". They tend to act as activation templates of consciousness. Carl G. Jung studied mandalas from a wide field of world cultures and eras, as well as having advocated for creating our own mandalas as vehicles of soulwork. He noted that when we draw mandalas from the center outward, we tend to process our personal issues or challenges du jour and often gain increased clarity and energy which we can apply to our…

You may want to bookmark this page for future reference. Included is a series of fascinating videos that you may consider listening to when you go to bed. Those who don't learn from history are doo...

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Fludd, a London physician, produced this work with hope that he would thereby be invited to join the Rosicrucians. In the plate above, Integrae Naturae, Fludd represents the alchemist as the ape of nature, simulating the creation of the macrocosm (universe) and the microcosm (the Earth) – The alchemist grasps a great chain reaching from the deity down to him through nature (the female figure).

Fludd, a London physician, produced this work with hope that he would thereby be invited to join the Rosicrucians. In the plate above, Integrae Naturae, Fludd represents the alchemist as the ape of nature, simulating the creation of the macrocosm (universe) and the microcosm (the Earth) – The alchemist grasps a great chain reaching from the deity down to him through nature (the female figure).

Maya depiction of a ceiba tree - the Sacred Tree of Life

Maya depiction of a ceiba tree - the Sacred Tree of Life

Yggdrasil, the World Tree located in the center of the universe that holds the nine worlds in Norse mythology.

Yggdrasil, the World Tree located in the center of the universe that holds the nine worlds in Norse mythology.

Quand la Terre était le centre de l’univers

Quand la Terre était le centre de l’univers

“Sphaera Mundi” or the sphere of the world, Paris 1549

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