Geometrical Structures of the Mind-that-Meditates Upon the Presence of God
Within the meditative state, one may observe the geometrical structure of his own mind. To do this, the location of the observing self is upon the higher platform, ascended to once the egoic form is thanked and floats to the side.
The consciousness is then freely extended beyond the sensation of the physical, and instead is conceptualized as a vibrant energy-form that circulates upward and downward, from the base of the spine to the spiritual eye and back. This is repeated 10 to 20 times, depending upon perceived distance from the point of Center of self. What is meant by this, is that "self" can be understood as one's perceived "level" of awareness of God within himself. By entering meditation with the intent to set aside one's ego, essentially putting one's thoughts in a "box," and then "ascending with intent to move toward God, or Higher Self," one realizes a "platform" of sorts. Here is the point in the meditation, wherein one may intuitively sense a need to accumulate energies to assist in the increasing of one's spiritual awareness..
One may do this through a mechanism-of-movement of the spiritual conceptualization-of-self, that energetically travels from the base of the spine, in a cool upward motion through it, up to the spiritual eye. One counts the chakras, or visualizes colors representative of them, as the breath ascends. All the while, feeling the coolness of the breath within the spine upward, and focusing one's eyes six inches before him, through his closed eyelids into the Higher Mind. Once the inhaled breath has flowed through the spiritual eye that you are looking through, the breath is felt as slightly warmer, fluming back and over the spine, then flowing down and over it, returning to the base for the next inhale. One also counts the chakras upon descent of the breath, or visualizes colors representative of them. If color is one's preference, the mind may be allowed to intuitively sense the color within his own spiritual eye, as the breath passes each chakra location. [Note: this has been called "Kundalini Yoga."]
After one is energetically re-invigorated, clarity has increased within the spiritual eye. Visuals beyond the bright circle seen within the consciousness are holographically presented, often overlapping and informing upon, about, or within each other. This is the same conceptualization described elsewhere in this notebook, as ultimately forming the structure of an old-fashioned rotating door-of-images, that not only flows one way, but also flows within and upon multidimensional copies of itself. Further, the fluidity of images presented to the mind, is perceived as having a corresponding intuitive-interpreting-function, wherein the individual is able to note feelings beyond the symbolic surface of each imagined form. (Note: I say "imagined form" because this notebook has established the imagination as a holy mechanism that is a reflective description of the Paradox of God - we live what we believe we can imagine.)
The visual forms realized, beyond the Central Sun seen within the spiritual eye, are visions, I have found, that are meant to instruct. Geometry is utilized quite a bit, and geometric-form-combinations have become descriptive of Higher conceptualizations that are beyond what one may observe when looking only with his eyes and ego. This location of self is completely in the "now," and is highly focused and aware. Essentially, this meditative mind is now being informed in his experience, by spiritual energies within his own mind. He is literally sitting with the Presence of God, and allowing God to inform him visually, auditorily, intuitively, emotionally, and spiritually, and all the while, he is in a state of deep gratitude and love.
The Structure of the Imagination: It is the Reflective Form of the Paradoxical Structure of God Within
The geometry of the imagination is a subtle, yet effective, visualization tool that is worthy of meditating upon. When positioned upon the Higher platform within, and within one-pointed focus, or using the energy method mentioned above, and then relaxing further into one-pointed focus, one sees the multidimensional form that the Whole Mind naturally perceives itself to be. This is a geometrical relationship of ideas that forms a whole new language within the meditative mind, and it is a symbolic language. The experience is the seeing of these shapes that morph into visual episodes, in which "I" observes the playing out of lessons. Ultimately, what one sees when he has realized his Higher Center, is that the visual, auditory, spiritually-intuitive highway that one is now within and a part of, is his meditative realization of the Presence of God within himself. It is in this multifaceted form that is One Form/God (paradox), that one may look directly at, and know God for himself.