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10 ‘What Ifs’ That Will Make You Deeply Question Your Reality

If you’re a frequent visitor of The Spirit Science, you probably agree with the notion that questioning things is quite a healthy practice. I certainly agree; we’ve got to question everything that we’re told, everything that happens around us – otherwise, we’ll wind up accepting things without hesitation and falling into many of the traps laid out for us.

Here are 10 questions that I hope will prove to be thought-provoking and get you thinking about why things are just the way they are.

1. What if everything we’re taught is a lie?

From a young age, we’re told that the educational system and authority figures in it teach us the truth. But what if they didn’t – how would we even know?

2. What if education’s purpose was to teach us to function in a very specific system that we must be dependent on?


What else do we learn in school other than things that are designed to get us to fit into a very specific worldview? Continue reading

The Sacred Geometry of Personality, Thought and Feeling

The rules of the game are about to change. And by about to, I mean they already have. *wink*


Long, long ago, there was a realm filled with happy faces and sad faces. And all the smiles got mad at the frowns. All the frowns got mad at the smiles. And over many eons the smiles and frowns fought great wars. Across many generations, their contempt & jealousy for each other grew. That war was so great that it tore into our world ages ago and has turned everything into a huge charade.

Today, the war continues on…. And for what? Do we know who threw the first rock? Who smiled the first smile? Who frowned the first frown? We remember this ambiguous contempt and jealousy for each other, but why? How do you unite two such tribes?

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Certainly history has defined that telling each tribe their view is wrong – is NOT the answer. What we are learning today is to teach the smiles and frowns to accept one another. To demonstrate what that looks like through our own actions. We learn each others’ perspectives, and we grow together, and merge our awareness and understandings. We make it so enticing that they WANT to understand. Unconditional love flourishes in that type of environment. Love itself will save us. I can’t say the same for science. I can’t say the same for religion.

The world we see is but a thin film. The world we feel lies beyond that… it is a world of form, and it is a world of infinite potential.

We like things to be simple and easily digestible. Chew it up and swallow. We freak out when someone does something that is unusual to us, something outside of the equation of our minds. We freak out when our mind is expanded before choosing to expand it. When a species is collectively trapping itself in fear, it leads to anger, which leads to hate, which leads to suffering.

I will not save you. I simply cannot. But I will do something better. I will teach you how to save yourself. We are so defensive because we mistake our identity to be our thoughts, or our feelings. The key is recognizing that you are not your thoughts. You are the awareness of your thoughts.

The key to suffering is to learn and practice loving thy self, and knowing that you are everyone and everything – and thus self love is the practice of loving All.

There are many ways that we can put this into practice. The female way, which is expressive, creative, flowing, and intuitive. Going with the flow, and trusting your intuition.

And there is the male way. This one is a blueprint. It is guidelines, it is geometric, it is mathematical, and it can be put down into words. I would like to take some time to express what these blueprints are, and how you might use them to recognize yourself in others, and others within yourself.

quartz-sacred-geometrySacred Geometry is the study of particular 3D shapes in the Universe. These Sacred shapes include the five Platonic Solids: the only sacred shapes that have equal sides, angles, and faces. They are the embodiment of unity and balance. Sacred Geometry also includes the Archimedean Solids, which are close to being symmetrical but aren’t quite there. They are likened to a Platonic Solid in the middle of a shift. The freedom we seek is hidden in Sacred Geometry. The realization of our dreams into reality is linked to Sacred Geometry. The more complex a platonic solid is, the more faces it has. The more faces it has, the more beautifully complex it becomes… those faces are always balanced.

Every Yin has a Yang. Every Yang has a Yin.

If we are to truly learn something new, we must apply our knowledge of Sacred Geometry to a world other than the physical world. We can apply Sacred Geometry to the mind. To the world of feelings.

Platonic Solids vs Archimedean Solids

Earth was originally mistaken as flat – a floating Hexahedron cube – but that perception was in our mind. Our mind was the cube. Then we discovered the truth. The world was round. And so our minds became round. We think our minds are round today, but this is a denial of our diversity. We all have differently shaped minds. We all have a unique and valid perspective of the world. A second awakening will reveal how we can create Heaven on Earth through unconditional love of all the shapes. We must admit our differences and accept them whether or not we agree or disagree with these differences.

These are Archimedean Solids

These are Archimedean Solids

The nature of each shape is different depending on how many sides exist. And the shape of each side is dependent on how many faces exist. And each face is different, even though it looks like a copy of the others. If we apply this science to the study of the mind, we can see that a person would have more than one potential face or side to them.

Like any other 3D object, we have sides. Let’s consider that you and I are both Platonic Solids. Literally and figuratively. From your perspective, when you look at me, you see just one aspect or ‘face’ of my whole shape. And that is me, right? Surely. But you never see the other sides of my shape until you see me from someone’s else perspective, or I reveal it to you. But this gives you a false sense of truth, because each of you can only see one side of my whole at a time. Furthermore, the sides you see of me isn’t actually my side. It is yours. The only way to see my whole shape is through unconditional love. Only then will you have a new perspective and can see the world through my eyes. Agreements and disagreements don’t matter between two people who love each other unconditionally. It is as it is. Always.


But how do people get more sides? How does all this variety, misunderstanding, and separation come about? Why can we see the differences between a person whose mind is ‘shaped’ like a Hexahedron and a person whose mind is ‘shaped’ like an Icosahedron?

In the beginning, we started as one. But we require division and expansion (multiplication) in order to grow. So our first transition is from the first dimension of wholeness to the second dimension of duality. Now we are like a line with two opposing ends. In the second dimension, we have two sides: Our Yin, and our Yang. (See? We came back around full circle!)

Now, it’s rather difficult to describe this but i’m going to do my best. You see, the human perception that we are born into and the collective human consciousness that exists in and around all of us is already at a space of complexity. It is far far far beyond the 2 point awareness of yin and yang, regardless of it being at the core and foundation of our existence (right above Unity, of course). The energy continues to fractal upwards and create many complex geometries, and within those complexities we have what we call our Light Bodies and our Shadow Selves, which is often regarded as the Yin and Yang of our existence.

The best way I can describe it is with this video. Please enjoy :)


In and among all of the divisions often we forget that there is Unity at the very core, and in that unity there is a Duality, of which are both perfect puzzle pieces that fit together in perfect union. You might know what shape i’m talking about. It often is described like this —>

What we’re left with is a feeling of separation. The separation comes from fear. We fear the idea of someone (ourself) not being the way we observe it to be. It threatens our sense of truth, because we cling to a mental image which we want to be so badly. So when a secret is revealed to people that “shouldn’t know” we get embarrassed. For ourselves. For each other. The truth is only embarrassing when we are trying to hide it. And we only hide it when we don’t accept it as truth.

From the perspective of BEING a Platonic Solid or Archimedean Solid, essentially we are actively creating new faces of geometry and expanding our own geometric field as we grow and connect with more people, more of ourselves.

The more people you know, the more faces you have, and the more aspects you will have to your personality. Expressing our emotions and our personality is the effect of an ever-flowing blend of chemicals mixing through our body. These stimuli are ALWAYS a result of the past because they are responses of the mind. We are changing shapes constantly based on our experiences. The things we do and the people we meet. They happen automatically.

Whenever you act upon the past, you travel into the past. Whenever you act upon the future, you travel into the future. The way to create the peace you desire in the moment is to create what you desire in the future with the awareness of what you have experienced in the past. Put the past and the future together, with awareness, and you will know which actions to take and which ones not to take.

The realization and acceptance of all sides is possible through unconditional love of All. All sides are equal and necessary. All shapes are equal and necessary, despite their differences. And the more sides you have, the more aware you are, and the more complex your interactions and thoughts are, the more clear you are about the relationship between the sides and how they work, and how to transmute them on a larger scale to create more peace, more prosperity, and more freedom.

It all comes down to this:

We must fall in love with ourselves, each other, all of us. Practice it, put it into motion. This is an age of new beginnings. Things happen quickly here. Enjoy the ride. Namaste!

– This article was originally written by our friend Michael Loyd, you can visit his blog and read the original version here!
Article Edited by Jordan Pearce