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The Geometry of Consciousness: A Journey of Awakening

Title: The Geometry of Consciousness: A Journey of Awakening

I've always been fascinated by the mysteries of the universe - the deep questions of who we are, why we're here, and how it all fits together. But for most of my life, I pursued these questions through the lens of the rational mind, the analytical intellect. I worked corporate jobs in London, climbing the ladder of success as society defines it.

But there was always a whisper, a call from somewhere deeper. A sense that there was more to the story, more to myself, than what I could grasp with my logical brain. And so, a little over 4 years ago, I made a radical decision: I sold most of my belongings, bought a forest, and set out on a journey of inner exploration and reconnection with nature.

Jacob in his Shropshire Woodland on a treehouse platform
Jacob in his Shropshire Woodland on a treehouse platform

What I've discovered since then has been nothing short of transformative. Immersed in the beauty and wisdom of the natural world, studying the ancient practices of druids and shamans, I've begun to tap into a way of knowing that goes beyond the conceptual - a direct, embodied apprehension of the interconnectedness of all things.

One of the most profound realisations has been the role of sacred geometry in this web of connection. The patterns and forms that underlie the manifest world - from the spiral of a nautilus shell to the branching of trees to the swirl of galaxies - are not just aesthetically pleasing but deeply meaningful. They are, in a sense, the language of creation, the blueprint of being.

And what's more, these geometries seem to be intimately linked to the nature of consciousness itself. The work of researchers like Michael R. Evans on the Trion Ray, a proposed "sixth platonic solid" that relates to the structure of light, suggests that the same patterns that shape the physical world may also be the key to understanding the mind.

This is a radical idea, one that challenges the materialist view of consciousness as a mere byproduct of brain chemistry. It suggests that awareness, rather than being an accidental emergence, is woven into the very fabric of the universe - that mind and matter, subject and object, are two sides of a deeper, more fundamental wholeness.

Of course, these ideas are not new. They have echoes in many ancient wisdom traditions, from the sacred geometries of the Egyptians and Greeks to the mandalas of the Hindus and Buddhists. What's exciting is that modern science is now beginning to catch up, to validate and extend these intuitive understandings.

Research like the Princeton Engineering Anomalies program, which demonstrated the influence of consciousness on physical systems, is helping to bridge the gap between the subjective and objective realms. And new theories in physics, from quantum entanglement to holographic models of the universe, are painting a picture of reality that is far more interconnected, more mind-like, than classical science ever imagined.

But for me, the most powerful confirmation has come not from external studies but from my own inner journey. In my meditations, my nature immersions, my visionary experiences, I have touched a space where the boundaries between self and world, mind and matter, seem to dissolve. Where the geometries of light and form dance in exquisite harmony, and consciousness is revealed as the ground of all being.

This is not an easy space to articulate, to capture in words. It is a felt sense, a direct knowing that defies discursive logic. But it is also, I believe, the birthright of every human being - the deep well of wisdom and connection that we all carry within.

My journey has led me to create experiences for others to tap into this well - retreats and workshops that use nature as a portal to the fractal geometry of the universe, and to the vast, luminous awareness that is our true nature. Through practices of embodiment, creativity, and communion, I invite participants to awaken to the magic and mystery that is always, already here.

If any of this resonates with you, I encourage you to trust your own inner knowing, your own call to deeper exploration. The path may not always be clear or easy, but I promise you it is endlessly rewarding. In reconnecting with the living world, in diving into the depths of your own being, you will discover a beauty and belonging beyond measure.

We are all part of a vast, intelligent, infinitely creative cosmos. The more we align with its geometries of consciousness, the more we open to the guidance and grace that is our true inheritance. May your journey be blessed, and may it bring you ever closer to the truth of who you are.

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The view above an OhmBrella woodland dining area

OhmBrella woodland pathway

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