The secret of the cube – By Andreas N. Bjørndal

Since 2008 I decided to explore reality in a different way, perhaps I can inspire you too?

Did you know that the cube has a taste, a feelings, that the cube has a specific awareness? That it is a language with a certain message? This goes for all other geometric figures too.

The cube is not only a geometric figure, it is not only a kind of mathematically defined structure, is has meaning, it is a quality. A quality with a certain flavour, a sound or colour if you like. So what is the taste or colour of a cube?

Imagine living in a cube shaped room and compare it to living in a pyramid, a sphere or just a normal room. Can you imagine? Can you taste with your imagination how it feels? Can you give each of these shapes a taste with your mind? Let us first imagine your room is a double cube with no wall between the cubes e.g. it is longer in one direction, almost like most rooms. We have many rooms that are pretty close to that shape.

Imagine that average room, becoming a cube, it would feel contracted but in a very specific way. Expanding again it would feel like it grew, but also in a specific way. A cube would feel like all sides are equal and that up, down, left or right would not matter much. It would feel simple and pure in the sense that all corners would consist of only 90 degree angles and all surfaces and sides would be equal. It would feel balanced, simple and stable. But all this is imagination you could say, so we decided to make an experiment!

What we did is mind blowing, we exposed a group of people to a cube without them knowing it was a cube, we just imagined it was, and asked them how it felt. We also did that with other geometric figures. Actually we have been doing this 10-11 times a year since 2008, we are close to 100 experiments. The cube is only one of them (You can read more about this in the link)

First, we tested the methodology with substances and things we knew how could affect the human mind and body. Substances like salt, iron, lead, some medical plants etc. Things that are used in daily life, as medicine and as homeopathic remedies.
We did not ingest it, we just had the substance present but covered so it was impossible to see it. We placed it on a table in the middle of the room. The methodology evolved and was a journey of exploration of what it took to be influenced by something. We tried with the information written on a paper or only the intention of a specific substance. It was always blinded to the participants, so they did not know what it was. We tried not only simple, double or triple but even quadruple blinding. Without going into details, let’s return to the cube.

The feeling of being squeezed into a corner, of being confronted or forced without having any possibility of escape, of being crucified came through in many of the 3-D symmetries. In the cube the transition between life and death, white and black was unique.

The similarity to what is known about group 14 in the periodic table with elements like carbon and silica as the most known, was striking. The polarity of hardness and structure as opposed to soft, wooly was also there.

The cube is the most symmetric building block you can think of perhaps not so strange that is resembled the quality of carbon being the building block of all living beings?

According to Kabbalah and other esoteric traditions creation started on a more subtle level as intention, meaning, pattern or as it is said in the bible; god created with his word. In the begining was the word.

I like to think that when God said “cube” or just thought it, it was manifesting these qualities and that it was the same intention behind the creation of Carbon. The cube reverberates that quality that started in the mind of the Godhead.

About author

This article was written by Andreas Bjørndal

There is a common theme in much that I do: • I love to be an active part of growing awareness, insight, inspiration and spreading a unifying knowledge. • I care for promoting health and development, creating improved harmony and unity within the individual as in their relation with their group. • I search for a unified understanding across seemingly unconnected areas of knowledge including perennial as well as scientific. • I have coined the term "holonistic knowledge" which I share in my blog: • I write, blog, debate and teach around the world • I practice complementary therapies as homeopathy and acupuncture as well as counsel and supervise individuals, partners, couples and families to find the core theme in their lives and how they can resolve and master that. Feel free to contact me for questions or a consultation at my mail: Blog: Facebook:


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