Later this month, I will be launching a brand new website and offering courses and classes in ancient symbolism. The example below is a sneak-peek at a course on religious symbolism in which science and religion lock arms in perfect union.
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Yin Yang – The duality of mankind
Scientists have demonstrated that everything is made of energy; atoms and matter. Our bodies are made from the same elements that float around the Universe and also attracts and emits the flow of electromagnetic energy in the atmosphere.
As the hexagon is found throughout nature, organised religions insist it is a symbol of harmony and balance. However, the esoteric wisdom of the hexagon goes much deeper – right to the heart of our origins.
The human mind is complex. With the help of neuroscientists, modern psychology is still trying to work out how the mind and consciousness works. But we don’t seem to be any closer to understanding than Sigmund Freud or Carl G. Jung.
Jung’s theories have largely been dismissed as pseudo-philosophy because of their mystical nature. He agreed with ancient wisdom that said there is only the one True Self. Until we discover that Truth, we have a split personality disorder.
Bells have a deep symbolic meaning that is associated with the mind and the expansion of consciousness. You have to do some digging to reach that conclusion of course. Well, you don’t because I’ve done all the graft for you.