Sacred Geometry

Sacred Geometry

Sacred Geometry refers to the universal mathematical and symbolic patterns that are found naturally in nature, in the planets, within our own being, and reproduced within all religious arts. The action of drawing these patterns reconnects us with the primordial universal order, thus enabling a harmonious interdependence within one’s being and with the Universe. The action of colouring these patterns increases the joy and flow of creativity.

Plato says: “harmonious forms are meant to correct any discord which may have arisen in the courses of the soul, and to be our ally in bringing her into harmony and agreement with herself."

On Saturday 1st, 15th and 22nd February 2014, from 3.30pm to 6pm

Fee: £25 per person, 50% is donated to the Druk Gawa Khilwa Nunnery in Nepal.

Kunga Peljor Centre, 1st Floor, Leeder House, 6 Erskine Road, London NW3 3AJ (red door opposite Manna restaurant)

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