Boundaries of Reality – IN2INFINITY

july, 2020

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Boundaries of reality

In this online-broadcast, you will learn how the Universe is limited. This will help you gain an awareness of your perspective of infinity.

Would you like to…

▶ see the Universe in a nutshell?
▶ journey through all scales of existence?
▶ draw your perspective of the world?

The Universe has infinite and finite aspects to it, which is defined by shape itself. A geometric expansion of form can be linked to different perceptions of reality, from the atom to the galaxy. These scales of existence separate the universe into distinct boundaries with infinite possibilities. Just like we consist of atoms and cells, our own consciousness sits in a larger construct of the Earth, the solar system and the galaxy, which reflects perfectly the hermetic saying ‘as above, so below’.

📌 Drawing:

The Eye of God

📌 What you need:

▶ Drawing Compass, Ruler, Pencils & Paper
▶ Colours such as crayons or coloured pens

Alternatively, create geometric art in our virtual classroom. > Enter the Classroom

📌 Free Online-Workshop:

We do appreciate donations to support the work of your teacher! 🙂 > Donate here.

📌 Classroom capacity:

Participation in our virtual classroom is unlimited.

—- Timings —-
🗣 Date?

13th of August 2020

🗣 What time?

Please check the timezone for your country. Here is a selected few:

New York (US): 10:30am (UTC-04)
London (UK): 3:30pm (UTC+01)
Frankfurt (Germany): 4:30pm (UTC+02)
Mumbai (India): 8pm (UTC+05:30)
Manila (Philippines): 10:30pm (UTC+08)

If you miss it, we will upload the recording on our youtube channel.

—- The Facilitator —-

Heike Bielek (Germany) studied Biotechnology with a Ph.D. in Biology. When she started traveling in 2014, she landed in India and completely fell in love with the culture. Based on her spiritual experiences and a scientific mindset, she co-founded In2Infinity to make universal knowledge accessible through creative learning. By bringing the philosophies of ancient cultures into the context of modern science, their methods have shown to improve ways of thinking and gain a broader perspective of the world.

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Time

(Sunday) 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM UK (UTC+01)

Virtual Event Details

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