July, 2012 Newsletter
Egyptian Biogeometry, a Solution for Electrosmog?
In this multimedia presentation, author and sacred geometry researcher Bruce Rawles explores seven Hermetic Laws from antiquity that apply equally to everyone, paired with seven archetypal geometric metaphors. He explains how an inclusive thought system reinterprets all seemingly disparate events and characters in our surreal stories as emissaries asking for our gifts of humor, release from inner bondage and unconditional kinship.
His website, www.geometrycode.com/
TIME: Friday, 7:00-9:00 p.m., JULY 27, 2012
PLACE: Unity Community Church – Y.E.S. Hall,
3391 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto
(doors open at 7 p.m.)
Bruce Rawles is mystical soul with a mathematical mind; an explorer of the extrapolation of quantum physics into non-dual metaphysics. His geometric and philosophic quests seek the unchanging and universal. His first book, Sacred Geometry Design Sourcebook, offers a hands-on approach to finding interconnectedness by immersion in patterns. His second book,The Geometry Code, turns the exploration inward to the mind. Here polarizing paradoxes are resolved by bringing awareness of natural laws and universal symbols to our shared interests and the teacher of unconditional kindness we all have in common.
A $15 donation is asked of non-members, at the door
Students with ID, a $5 donation is asked
AN FMBR WORKSHOP
Universal Geometries of Inclusion
A Hands-On Workshop
With Bruce Rawles
Come explore favorite geometries and their metaphysical foundations in an informal atmosphere.
Please bring a geometer's compass, straight-edge, scissors and cellophane tape; I will supply 2D and 3D handouts including platonic solid fold-up patterns, plus LOTS of visual multimedia imagery, animation and more, along with plenty of theory on the mystical underpinnings of sacred geometry! To familiarize yourself with related material on the subject, you might want to explore titles in this collection: the GeometryCode Amazon Store.
There is always plenty of opportunity for individual Q&A.
UPCOMING FRIEND EVENTS
SEPTEMBER 8: 1:30 pm San Jose Dowsers blog, San Jose: (Details in August)
AUGUST 16: 7:00 pm Smart Life Forum, Palo Alto: Ron Rothenberg, MD speaks on "Hormones"
RAHM: Metaphysical Exploration Group, Novato: (check their website)
INFORMATION ABOUT THE
FOUNDATION FOR MIND-BEING RESEARCH
The Foundation was established in 1980 to assist in the evolution of consciousness studies and to help bring this new field into wider recognition as a bona fide science. The interdisciplinary nature of the field is reflected in the activities of the organization and in the breadth of interests of its members who currently represent areas of engineering, science, medicine, the humanities, and the arts.
With its major focus on facilitating the development of an integrated model of consciousness, the Foundation provides encouragement and resources to a rather unique group of creative researchers and scientists with the objective of betterment of the individual, the society, and the environment.
Because of the special nature of scientific inquiry in this area, the Foundation is interested in building its regular membership with competent individuals who:
- are open to a multidisciplinary approach to knowledge
- recognize they are an integral part of any experiment in which they choose to participate
- know and are prepared to expand their own level of consciousness
The intention is to develop high standards of credibility in all research activities and publications.
Donations made to the Foundation are tax deductible.
The Foundation is incorporated under the laws of the State of California and operates as a non-profit scientific research organization under IRS code 509 (a)2 with tax exempt status under section 501 (c)3.
Foundation for Mind-Being Research
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