A Different Way of Seeing
One specific component necessary for the reinvention of the human at the species level, involves changing the way individuals understand and experience the ever unfolding wonder of the natural world. Most people think in linear fashions with limited ways to conceptualize dynamic interrelationships. Sacred Geometry draws on ancient African wisdom that predates Euclid’s codification that was utilized by the Greek, Muslim and later European scholars.
Reports from previous students
In 2007, 100 students from the Chikhale Adivasi Ashram in Chikhale participated in a Sacred Geometry Class held in the auditorium of their school.
In 2013, a diverse group of participants attended Sacred Geometry 101 in Greensboro, North Carolina.
An individual tutorial held in Talegaon, India during 2015 unleashed artistic creativity, A Flower Bloomed. The drawing on the top of this page was done by Mayuri Dhanad, Talegaon, India. Her works are now for sale to international audiences. Her YouTube Channel (TwoPointsArt) provides tutorials.
A coloring book of drawings can be downloaded. All drawings in this collection were done by Nelson Stover using the principles of Sacred Geometry.
The Sri Yantra is an ancient Indian symbol for well-being. A detailed set of steps for drawing a Sri Yantra and a contemporary set of meanings has been prepared by Nelson Stover.
An introduction to Sacred Geometry was given at the Golden Kiwanis Club of Greensboro. The for download.
The next public Sacred Geometry 101 class in Greensboro, NC will be scheduled soon. Stay tune.
All are welcome, no experience necessary.
The registration fee is $20, scholarships are available upon request.