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How to do a Merkaba Meditation

Mer- lightKa-spiritBa- body The very word embodies its meaning...our body, our spirit connected and surrounded by light or energy. The Merkaba is made up of 2 pyramids counter rotating and thus creating fields of energy around us. The top and bottom point are energetic polar opposites that compliment each other. The top point connects us to the divine, the ethereal and grace. It is a positive energy force. The bottom point grounds us. It connects with the strength of the earth, holding us firm. It is the negative energy force. Together, within us, they balance giving us grace and strength if we are willing to follow journey to the source and activate our own Merkaba energy field. Guided meditation using your...

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An Insight into Sacred Geometry

What is about Zakay geometric glass sculptures and artworks that draws people to them? Why do we feel a sense of contentment and peace as we watch them? It is because Asaf Zakay applies his wisdom of sacred geometry to every piece. Thus each piece feels resolved and complete. In a spiritual sense they traverse the gap of communication between our spirit and mind and help us to feel connected and complete too. So, why is sacred geometry so important? Sacred geometry is the very blueprint of nature. All that we know is based on a specific pattern or number ratio whether in terms of natural form, behaviour, energy and, in human constructs, religion, art, architecture and science. From the helical spiral...

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Gift Guide - The Ariel - A Unique Wedding Gift

  If you are looking to buy a thoughtful, personal gift then this is the series for you. We start with the ultimate unique wedding gift. The Ariel; a star tetrahedron glass sculpture. Spiritual significance, steeped in history and brought into the present as a spectacular glass sculpture that can be personalised with the lovers initials and date of union, a more thoughtful and personalised wedding gift would be hard to find!   The Star Tetrahedron is also known as the Merkaba which translates literally as ‘light, spirit, body.’ Made up of two intersecting tetrahedrons it serves to remind us of the beauty in the connection of two souls and the potential power in the journey that lies ahead as...

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Visit Beautiful Bangalow

Bangalow was founded in the 1880s. The name coming from the Banjalang aboriginal word ‘bangalla’ meaning ‘low hill’ or ‘type of palm’. Located only 16km from Byron Bay this quaint town has a very different vibe to its near by seaside resort, with original federation architecture, boutique shops, numerous art galleries and award winning eateries. Built in the traditional style,  Bangalow had one Main Street along which the shops were located. Nowadays it is equally fun to explore the side roads, alleys and upper levels of houses where you will find quirky vintage shops, galleries showcasing local artists, traditional tea houses and shopping for modern kitchen accessories. Or you could follow the historical walk that explains the significance of particular landmarks...

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Famous Painters using Geometry

Leonardo da Vinci: Leonardo da Vinci (15th April 1452 – 2nd May 1519) was a truly talented artist of the renaissance period. This greatest painter is most respected and loved as an artist for his works- ‘Mona Lisa’ and ‘The Last Supper’. Apart from these works, Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘The Virgin of the Rocks’, ‘The Madonna of the Carnation’, ‘The Adoration of the Magi’ and his works on paper such as the ‘Vitruvian Man’ are iconic symbols of art.   Vincent Van Gogh: This genius had his own unique style! Vincent Van Gogh (30th March 1853 – 29th July 1890) has a number of amazing paintings that prove to be an inspiration for artists all over the world. Vincent Van...

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