Sacred Symbols

I am always reminded of the awesome universe that is within us when I teach or give a presentation that includes photographs from the microuniverse; that people are indeed enthralled by the images. This image – could it be a mandala, a ripple in a pond?  This is a photomicrograph of the molecule that stores energy in our cells.  It is called creatine phosphate or phosphocreatine. For...
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Sacred Geometry: Mystic Molecules

When I was first trying to ‘brand’ what I do, I called my work “Mystic Molecules.” And one of the reasons,  I considered molecules as mystical – their geometric shapes reflected many symbols different cultures held as sacred.  I also interpreted that their shapes told a story of molecular creation and divine design. After all there must be principles of design that...
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Who are you?

A Way In When I first started teaching the mysteries of our cells, I asked my students to complete the following statements: I am . . . I want . . . I have . . . How would you complete these? Self-identity We have multiple “markers” of our identity. We have a name, a gender, distinguishing facial features, and a family tree. We have numbers that tag us: A birth date and a social security...
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