Way back when I first published the Spirit Science lesson “Math of God”, one young lad came to me and told me he was working on figuring out some intriguing ways of fitting music into the flower of life. The images he came up with were this.

and this

Then just the other day, someone else contacted me saying that they had taken these above diagrams and figured out new ways of working with it. This is what he came up with, and his description below.

“Basically I kept your friends first flower the way it was but changed the outer petals joining up the Root notes. Whether your friend had a concept to his diagram or it if they were just the set basics either way I incorporated my own concept into it My concept being the notes located in the middle of each circle are either a Major or Minor Key signature for example the the first key signature being A major. I didn’t write major in there because its a simple musician rule that the symbol for major is just the note example being “A” then the symbol for minor is a small “m” example being “Cm” but anyway back to the point. The key signature being in the middle and the petals around it are the notes within the key signature for example; The key signature of A major has the notes A,B,C#,D#,E,F# and G#. Today I did want to carry on but after I blew my own mind last night doing that, I went into meditation (advised by a friend) and while I was in meditation something said to me “This is all you can do…… for now”. So I’m giving it to you like this in hopes that someone can pick it up and be like …… AH!”

-Mitch Doukenn

Tom Cassella posted HIS updates as well on the Spirit Science Facebook Page. He writes..

“you can make any chord out of this, major, minor, diminished, augmented, dominate 7, major 7; the center of each flower is a note and the pedals are the intervals between each note. the pedals either have a “M” for major 3rd “m” for minor 3rd “5″ for a perfect 5th”

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4 Responses to Intriguing advancements on the Music within the Flower of Life

1. smithaxe1 says:

also the circle of fifths could be used to easily remember the sharps and flats in a scale and their order.

2. Meanderthrall says:

Hey Jordan,

Thought that I would share this with you and decided I would post it here since this is more relevant to this entry than any other I could find at the moment.

http://www.thrivemovement.com/

The first half of the trailer is most relevant to your entry.