From the Flower of Life to the Metatron’s Cube

  • When: Open from 8 am to 5 pm, October 22
  • Where: Aurelec Cafeteria & Art Gallery

Sacred Geometry is often referred to as the “architecture of the universe”, it is found throughout the natural world. It is all around us and is one of the very few subjects that satisfy both the left brain and right brain hemispheres simultaneously. It satisfies the left brain’s desire for logical, sequential and objective data. It also satisfies the right brain’s desire for random, intuitive and subjective data. People have spent entire lifetimes studying a single aspect of sacred geometry; such as a rabbi studying the Kabbalistic tree of life.