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Your heart is the portal

Updated: Apr 26, 2022

“When we understand or have even a ‘feeling’ knowing that we are sacred geometry, we can embrace the power of the geometric structures that support, nourish and uphold our divine design.

One of the most basic geometric shapes is the Golden Mean Spiral, a mathematical ratio referred to as the divine proportion, or PI Ratio. The Golden Mean ratio 1.618 is the most efficient of all ratios; when energy is phase-locked with this ratio, it cascades between frequencies without losing energy or memory of itself.

The Golden Mean Spiral ratio of the heart and other structures of nature is a superconductive information highway between the personal and transpersonal, the physical and the subtle dimensions. It unfolds in a numerical sequence called the Fibonacci series. The Italian mathematician Fibonacci discovered that each number is the sum of the preceding pair of numbers, such that 1+1=2; 1+2=3; 2+3=5; 3+5=8; 5+8=13, and so on. This numerical sequence gives mathematical correlation to the movement from biodynamic energy to materialization. Pervading the world of nature, the Golden Mean is encoded in the anatomical structure of organic life forms, including humans, seashells, plants, and other naturally occurring phenomena such as galaxies and star clusters.

When the Golden Mean Spiral unwinds as a short-to-long waveform in its spinout, it creates the fractal image of the heart. A fractal is a geometric shape that can be subdivided in parts, each of which is a reduced-size copy of the whole.

The deep internal focus of the heart weaves all waveforms into one. The subtle layers of the heart reveal its shape and form; its sacred geometry opens into the entire manifest creation. The heart is the human definition of the space/time fabric; it is a portal into infinity and back.” Excerpt from Awakening the Holographic Human: Nature’s Path to Healing and Higher Consciousness by Elizabeth E. Botchis, Ph.D.

We can see what Elizabeth is talking about in terms of the Golden Mean Spiral pattern of the snail shell in the image from my aquarium above. Even though we cannot see it the same way within a human body, if we were to measure the different parts of the body, we would see how one fits within the other. For example, a human foot will generally measure the length of the forearm from elbow to wrist.

Our heart generates the strongest electromagnetic field produced by the body and a 1997 study by German scientists at the University of Kassel showed that the heart of someone who meditates on sending love to others emits 100,000 photons of light per second, while the heart of a person who isn't meditating, emits only 20 photons per second. 1

The Heart Math Institute has conducted numerous studies and found that the electromagnetic field around someone feeling love is up to 5000x greater than someone who is feeling fear.

They have also found that, "the heart has a complex neural network that is sufficiently extensive to be characterized as a brain on the heart. The heart-brain, as it is commonly called, or intrinsic cardiac nervous system, is an intricate network of complex ganglia, neurotransmitters, proteins and support cells, the same as those of the brain in the head. The heart-brain’s neural circuitry enables it to act independently of the cranial brain to learn, remember, make decisions and even feel and sense." Science of the Heart: Exploring the Role of the Heart in Human Performance - An Overview of Research Conducted by the HeartMath Institute (SotH)

People will say things like, "I know in my heart," or "my heart is just not in it." However, we as a society are hung up on the mind being the end-all-be-all in decision making, but scientists have found neural cells and networks in both the heart and the gut, not just the brain. So is our mind the only 'tool' we should be using to make the best decisions for our lives? Does it not make sense that the mind is a tool with limitations and is best used in conjunction with other tools at our disposal?

When a carpenter builds a house, she doesn't just use one tool to complete it, she uses a whole tool chest full of tools and more I'm sure. Each tool is shaped for the task it will perform and is the best suited for it's purpose. We can't just use a hammer to build a beautiful, structurally sound home, it just won't work.

Waking up from suffering a.k.a. healing work, is a lot like building a house. First we have to learn that we are more than the mind, we are more than our emotions, our thoughts, our body. This is one that keeps us spinning the cogs of the same story over and over again until we learn that we are what is experiencing these "things" but we are not those things.

They are tools, gauges and monitors. They help us navigate our reality but they are not meant to be used exclusively over the rest. In other words, using only logic, or the mind to understand a relationship challenge, doesn't make sense. Emotions play a part and the best tool to work with emotions is the heart, not the mind.

The tools used to install tiles are going to be a bit different than the tools used to frame the house. Each tool has its value and usefulness, but don't really work when we try to use them for something they weren't made for. Our minds are only tools, they work in some cases, but other cases it just wouldn't make sense. In an emergency situation, the body does not wait on the mind to figure it out, it moves seemingly by itself. The mind has nothing to do with it.

The Ancient Egyptians believed that the soul resided in the heart. They therefore preserved the heart and discarded the rest of the organs. Hieroglyphs found of Anubis show him weighing the human heart against a bird's feather to see whether or not it was "light" enough.

As we can see by the graphs below, when the heart is out of coherence i.e. in frustration, anxiety, etc. the rhythm is erratic, and all over the place. On the other hand, when the heart is in a state of appreciation, love or another positive emotion, it is in coherence and beating in a fairly regular, steady pattern.

"The coherent state has been correlated with a general sense of well-being and improvements in cognitive, social and physical performance. We have observed this association between emotions and heart-rhythm patterns in studies conducted in both laboratory and natural settings and for both spontaneous and intentionally generated emotions." (SofH)

The point is the heart is a tool and it is so much more than that. It is a portal for our soul to shine through and to express love in all its forms on this physical plane. Our soul is full of LOVE.

When our true intention is to come from the heart, we begin to use all of our tools together. We begin creating harmony, resonance, or we could say, we come into alignment; we start working with our sacred geometry. From this place of balance, we are able to see a much more well rounded picture of our life and our purpose.

Love is, love doesn't care about the ego or being right, it accepts all our parts and it works with all our parts to embody the most beneficial outcome for all of creation.

Ready to embody more love in your life?

It starts with becoming aware of your heart, listening to what it has to share with you.

Take a moment or two today to get quiet and sink down into your heart space. Jot down any thoughts that come to mind. What does your heart want you to know?

In the coming weeks I will be sharing some simple ways that you can practice and begin to come more into alignment with your sweet, loving heart.

For now I will leave you with this simple, yet effective mantra ~ I am the soul. I am the light divine. I am love. I am will. I am fixed design.

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