When viewing Sacred Geometry, there is a simple technique that can help relax the eyes and mind in order to reveal the alternate images. These images are embedded within the geometry and usually can only been seen after the mind is no longer really looking for anything…or if the viewer is accustomed to looking for similar or the specific image already.
One good way that I use to view Sacred Geometry when the images are on the computer, is to sit in a comfortable chair and dim the lights. Sometimes I’ll have all the lights turned off so that way there is less distractions. I’ll put on decent quality headphones that actually cover the ears and I will listen to relaxing music of my choice…Preferably music without vocals.
Then I will make sure the Sacred Geometry image is comfortably sized on the screen. A good and fast program that shows images is the built-in Windows Picture and Fax Viewer that comes with Windows XP. That program makes it very easy and fast to resize an image on the screen without needing to do anything special.
When deciding what Sacred Geometry image to meditate on, it is good to glance at a bunch of images and seeing how you react to them emotionally. If one sticks out and seems to say, “I’m ready for this one” go with it. Sacred Geometry may be an exact science in the construction of the images, but the viewing is very subjective and emotional. Listen to your gut and pick an image that matches the emotional state you are in. Also, if an image seems to jump out and intrigue you in some way, that’s a great pick because you know it will keep your interest.
When looking at the image try and look somewhat near the center, but locking the eyes completely on the center is unnecessary and it can lead to muddying the entire experience. I try and keep my eyes open and relaxed as long as possible without blinking too much. If you’re eyes start to hurt at all blink and look away. This experience may be uncomfortable but it is not supposed to cause harm. So make sure to be careful at all times. Safety is the most important thing.
Not all Sacred Geometry in my experience has yielded the same emotional reactions. Sometimes the images just look cool. While other times I’ve seen the second or even third layer images and have felt deep senses of humility and connection. It all really depends on one’s emotional state at the time of the viewing as well as one’s experience with identifying common and uncommon imagery.
I remember the first time I stared into a well crafted decagram. It just looked like an interesting geometric shape at first. But over time, things pop out. When the mind can accept that things are made of smaller parts, and when the body can relax long enough to fixate on something as non-entertaining as some simple or complex geometry…then things can begin to happen.