19
Jul
2018

Sacred Geometry in Our Cells and Molecules

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In the beginning, they tell us, before there was life,  there was vibration and energy and space, star dust whirling around in the winds and waters... and then one magical moment molecules came together to form a container that would hold life... That container is a sanctuary for the sacred energy that carries every living cell through life.  Each of…

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20
Feb
2018

It’s Elemental

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  • astroelements . elements .

Way back when our ancestors were trying to define creation and what was needed to make life happen, many cultures described life and creation in terms of the elements - air, water, fire and earth.  Of course, our physical world has actual elemental counterparts to the elements - wind, seas, sun and our own planet.  Over time these same elements…

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01
May
2017

Sacred Symbols

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  • energy . molecules . sacred geometry . Secrets of Your Cells . 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…

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03
Dec
2016

Sacred Geometry: Mystic Molecules

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  • ancient pictographs . cave paintings . cells . design . DNA . shaman . spirituality .

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…

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11
Oct
2016

Who are you?

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  • astrology . identity . metaphysics . symbols .

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…

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09
Mar
2013

Cell NetWorks

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When you think of a net work - what does it look like? Our computers network with other devices invisibly... how does THAT happen? The neurons in our brain and body build networks connecting through  molecular embrace, electrical impulses and contracting tubes and trembling strings. And in each one of us our TRILLIONS OF CELLs create  a network of vibrating…

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03
Sep
2012

TASTEs Sweet?

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This top image is that of table sugar magnified 30x - sweet signals that the food is an energy source, and generally safe to eat.  Though not all sweet things are safe.  For instance, some lead salts are sort of sweet yet deadly; I presume they would likely have an altered shape.  The taste of sweet requires a cellular receptor…

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20
May
2012

Wine Characters

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Seeing all the bottles of wine on a shelf in a store, you are stymied - which should you buy. A daunting task.  If only you knew which one you would like - some sort of message that jumped out at you assuring "YOU'LL LIKE ME." I liked this wine. With its flowing full-bodied softness, it filled me with its…

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19
Jan
2012

The Art in Wine

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This is a portrait of 2001 Viader cabernet sauvignon (Bordeaux blend) at 3 years old. I started my professional life as a serious medical scientist on the faculty of the University of California Medical School. My specialties were biochemistry, hematology (blood) and oncology (cancer).  This meant that I LOOKED at cells with a microscope for their maturity and abilities. [caption…

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12
Jan
2012

Vitamin B12

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  • B12 . health . vitamins .

Last night I watched the Dr. Oz Show and when he started to talk about the symptoms of vitamin B12 deficiency, I paid attention.  Almost everything he mentioned - fatigue, low energy,mood swings,  poor memory, tingling, a few more - I was experiencing.  These symptoms are pretty generic so I listened further reminding myself where do you get Vitamin B12.…

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