Saturday, November 21, 2020

-Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov

 The circle symbolizes the universe and the dot in its centre represents the Supreme Being who sustains and animates it. Look at it and you will see that the central point is at exactly the same distance from every point on the circumference; and it is this that enables it to maintain the circle in perfect equilibrium. A ceaseless ebb and flow of exchange exists between the centre and the periphery, communicating life to the whole area enclosed by the circle. The fullness of life is there: vibrating, palpitating, digesting and eliminating, breathing and thinking...

The central point radiates with a rectilinear movement, the movement of electricity, of the masculine principle (the intellect and the spirit), whereas the movement of magnetism, of the feminine principle (the heart and the soul), is circular. So rays push outward and give, whereas the circle draws to itself and takes.
Perfect equilibrium requires the presence of both principles and this means that we must all be circles with a central dot. The soul and the heart are represented by the circle; the spirit and the intellect by the central dot. The dot and the circle, therefore, also represent love and wisdom. He who possesses only love is a circle that has not yet found its centre: he is scattered and dispersed, lacking cohesion. And he who knows only wisdom is a central point with no circle around it: he is proud, a ‘loner’, like a general with no soldiers, no army to command.

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