3D Holographic Mandala ~ Audio/Visual Experience
Play video/music ( headphones best ), click on Mandala to enlarge full-screen ( in the blueraymusings site, not the WP reader ),
Darken room, comfortably sit or lay away from the screen ( the further away from the screen, the stronger the effect ), fix gaze on the center of the Mandala, relax into the trance state and allow the holographic effect to appear.
Slowly breathe/feel into the Heart Center, relax and go with it.
And…….Don’t forget to smile!
I recently re-visited some journal writing from when I was 23 years old ( I’m 46 ). There I found the below excerpt from Holographic Paradigm written by Ken Wilber in 1982. I wrote it because I felt it was so utterly profound and life changing back then. I’m shocked over how it still resonates more than ever. This book by Ken Wilber is absolutely brilliant and written 10 years before Michael Talbot wrote The Holographic Universe in 1992 when the holographic concept started going mainstream. I read Holographic Paradigm in 1992 which led me to The Holographic Universe and both books completely blew my mind and totally changed the way I viewed everything. Another pioneer in this research is Karl Pribram – Karl Pribram: The Holographic Brain, professor of neuropsychology at Stanford University. Link to Greg Braden – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXBnrLPVTVY
In the explicate or manifest realm of space and time, things and events are indeed separate and discrete. But beneath the surface, as it were, in the implicate or frequency realm, all things and events are spacelessly, timelessly, intrinsically, one and undivided.
Our brains mathematically construct “concrete” reality by interpreting frequencies from another dimension, a realm of meaningful, patterned primary reality that transcends time and space. The brain is a hologram interpreting a holographic universe.
Artwork ~ Rick Ruggles (Fungi2bwith)
Method – The Mandala is created through an intuitive process in a high energy state, centered in the Heart. The geometry is created using a motion tracer, set into individual layers with gradient colors, and then mixed until the finished Mandala “pops” out. No additional shapes or colors are artificially added. The geometry totally produces the shapes and patterns that arise. The finished Mandala then “tells” me what its name is.