September 20, 2017
Packed full of knowledge, games and practical exercises, our Metatron?s Cube course propelled participants through a journey of discovery. In a space of just one day, we managed to cover topics such as the geometry of light and the structure of space.?
Our first course was held at the Hamilton House in Bristol.?Equipped with an over 80-page teacher?s?manual, we introduced the concepts of Sacred Geometry to an intimate round of 11 people. The course was a mix of drawing excises, quizzes, physical activities, calculations, spiritual metaphors and scientific experiments. We presented a few 3D models of Archimedean solids to visualise images created by the Flower of Life and explained their metaphysical meaning. Through Sacred Geometry, we presented a nice model of how reality is created in terms of sound and light as seen in the structure of the atom. These could also explain some of the spiritual metaphors, such as the dharma wheel in Buddhism.
By the end of the day, we went through the working manual, leaving enough exercises to take home to continue their study. The manual also served as a teacher?s guide, so everyone who attended the course would have the material and knowledge to run workshops themselves. We wanted to expand on our network and set the stage for future teachers.
A second event took place at the Hill Farm Sanctuary in Oxfordshire, organised in collaboration with?Raised Spirit Art, alias Nick?Osipczak, professional MMA fighter and passionate Sacred Geometry Artist. We met Nick on one of our workshops in South Goa, India last winter, where he instantly proposed a collaboration. So we did.
Unlike our Sacred Geometry Course in Bristol, the location of this course was in the open fields of a farm. A huge marquise was set up for us with tables and hay barns to sit on, while we could enjoy the beautiful view of nature. We had about 13 people coming from all over the country, some we met during our tour through the festival scene. Even though it was quite fresh at times, we had a few physical exercises to warm up and a tearoom for breaks and chats. As England is always surprising, we experienced rain and sunshine while drawing with a compass and straight edge.
These courses have been a great opportunity to explain some of our knowledge in fun and practical way. It has been intense days for the participants and also for us. We have learned a lot about how to implement accelerated learning techniques into our teaching and we are looking forward to refine and expand our course content.