The Sacred GEometry of Meditation
Sacred Geometry is the study of how the Divine Source manifests itself into time and space. It refers to the fact that not only is the universe the by-product of light and sound, but that it is also the result of exact sacred geometrical patterns. Through understanding these patterns, we begin to glimpse the creative process of Divine emanation into form. More importantly, we can begin to experience and work with these geometries within our own beings as a means for Self-Realization and harmonious living in all aspects of our life.
In Anahat Meditation we come to experience these underlying energy grids directly and are empowered to work with the grids to create balance and harmony on every level of our being. Through the Anahat Meditation System, the practitioner finds his own body to be the Temple of the Spirit. Through following these patterns back to their Source, we come to truly appreciate how precious a human birth can really be. We not only come to know our very essence as Divinity, but we then integrate that immense love, light and peace into every aspect of our lives and into every facet of our being.
The teachings of Sacred Geometry and the Anahat Meditation System can be very complex. However, anyone with even the slightest willingness can come to understand the teachings because no detailed mathematics or dry logic are involved. In the end, the teachings become who we are and have always been. We simply know that what we were studying and meditating on is simply our true nature.
The Anahat Meditation System
The Anahat Meditation System is a fictional account of a monastic community who enshrine and preserve the lineage of The Anahat Teachings. This novel explains the Anahat Meditation System as found within Matthew Brownstein's book, The Sacred Geometry of Meditation. Here the inquiring student and practitioner of the meditation system will find a delightful and exceptionally deep exploration of The Anahat Teachings and the incredible potentials of mystical experience and Divine Love that the system inspires. The story begins in the early 1800s when a young man named Myckal Divane is initiated into a sacred wisdom tradition in a hidden monastery deep in the Adirondack mountains. Living in seclusion, the novice monk slowly learns the teachings of this sacred mystical order and then gradually unfolds into a profound spiritual awakening. This book is essential for anyone practicing Anahat Meditation and for anyone who truly wants to understand the full potentials of the Anahat Teachings.
The sutras on healing and enlightenment
A Spiritually Based Approach to Mind/Body Healing
In this revolutionary work on the science of healing and enlightenment, Matthew Brownstein explores the nature and depth of who we are, why we get sick, what true healing is, and perhaps most importantly, how this can occur. The Sutras are short aphorisms that can be read alone or with the author’s commentary. They are designed to serve not only as a textbook for those in the healing and medical arts, but also for those who seek health, healing and spiritual enlightenment.
Included in the Sutras are:
– In depth writings concerning the True Nature of the universe, its Source and of man’s place in it.
– The Order of Manifestation concerning how creation came into being and how this relates to the origins of dis-ease.
– The underlying reasons for suffering and illness and how to overcome them.
– A detailed look into the energetic anatomy of the human system and its place in the macrocosmic universe.
– Practical methods for healing, meditation and Self-realization.
– A compassionate view of the human condition and many simple ideas to improve it.
This is a book for anyone who has ever wanted to be free in this lifetime, to be happy, healthy and spiritually aware. Whether you are a healer or the one being healed, or both, this book will prove invaluable as a resource for yourself and anyone you can share its teachings with.
Recommended Monastic Reading
the clouds should know me by now
This unique collection presents the verse, much of it translated for the first time, of fourteen eminent Chinese Buddhist poet monks. Featuring the original Chinese as well as english translations and historical introductions by Burton Watson, J.P. Seaton, Paul Hansen, James Sanford, and the editors, this book provides an appreciation and understanding of this elegant and traditional expression of spirituality.
"So take a walk with...these cranky, melancholy, lonely, mischievous poet-ancestors. Their songs are stout as a pilgrim's stave or a pair of good shoes, and were meant to be taken on the great journey."--Andrew Schelling, from his Introduction