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Our world is made up of geometric shapes if we know where to look!

We are surrounded by geometric form in many disguises.

The shape of a plant is governed by geometric principles and looking at the flowers and leaves we can easily see the geometric structure governing it's growth and design, crystals display their beautiful geometric patterns.

In both renaissance and early Egyptian art we see proportions used to construct the human body and this information is depicted in the well-known drawing of a man inside a circle and square by Leonardo da Vinci (‘'Canon of Proportions'' ).

We have much evidence to prove that geometric construction is indeed the very building blocks of our world.

Now we are realising that our very thoughts are a matrix of energy and the governing action occurs by geometric configuration.

Much is in change as mainstream views are beginning to establish how we interact with a universal energy field and ‘'human beings and all living things are a coalescence of energy in a field of energy connected to every other thing in the world''. This action is occurring by geometric principles.

Individually, unknowingly, we apply these principles every single day with our thoughts, our intent, which is energy in action applying geometric laws.

In other words we create through the application of geometric principles and the laws of the universe.

Universally inherent in man's consciousness, the Mandala has continually appeared in his constructions, rituals and art forms. In Sanskrit Mandala literally means circle and centre.

The Mandala is created in the rose windows of many beautiful and important historical buildings such as Durham , Chartres and Notre Dame cathedral.

Geometric principles are evident in most buildings including Stonehenge, the Great Pyramid of Cheops, Westminster Abbey.The geometry plays a vital role in creating the sacred space of these grand places.

Historically we have a wealth of images to show the value we place on Mandala structures. There are many mosaics and paintings and the ‘Sri Yantra Mandala' is one of our most ancient and revered images known to man. This is constructed from nine larger triangles that generate an image of 43 smaller triangles.

This image is the geometric construction showing how we can interact with the galaxy, and the geometry is a complex equation.

Healing through spirit is unconsciously or consciously directing energy which is Light, or shall we say Love. This energy is not seen unless the human form has learned the ability to transcend the limitation of matter. If the energy of love could be seen and heard it consists of geometric shapes, colour and sound.

A geometric image resonates with our consciousness even if the person is unaware of this action taking place. We ‘know' what it is and can read the shape just as we read words in a book. It is so familiar it makes us feel good.

As in ancient times when we knew to create within a Mandala format to hold sacred information and assist mankind in being and living it is valuable and rewarding to utilise a Mandala.

The Mandala presents a solid form of our intent and our wholeness. A view and a window to assist in integration and recognition of the information from our higher level of consciousness.

Jane Blonder has found a way to present this universal knowledge in a new form of Mandala. The Mandala has been made using fabrics which are hand painted attuning to the vibration of colour required. A silk velvet is used as the light can interact with the fibres in a three dimensional way that takes the eye beyond viewing a flat surface helping the viewer to respond and interact powerfully sensing the strength of the laws of the Universe and the messages always flowing.

Building a Mandala can be a conscious act that is directed from one's highest level creating through the laws of our universe.

The Mandala is a very powerful way of assisting people to manifest a dream or vision. You could say the Mandala is a holding pattern, a visual design that maintains and sustains the concept, the focus of the goals and aspirations of the presenter.