The Real Da Vinci Code Leonardos Vitruvian Man Is A Code For Better Health-utc行家

UnCategorized The two cojoined Da Vinci forms (in the square and circle) bring a sense of harmony and balance. The Vitruvian Man is, therefore, a code to teach us how to achieve better health. Leonardo Da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man (the Da Vinci Man with four arms and four legs in a square and circle) is the most popular secular symbol in the world. My 10 years of research suggests that the Vitruvian Man is a universal symbol for greater love, relationships, success, health and the new age 21st century paradigm of indivisible wholeness, the paradigm for world peace. A New Renaissance! Leonardo said it best: "The outstretched arms and legs of a man form a square and a circle: the square symbolizes the solid physical world and the circle the spiritual and eternal. Man bridges the gap between these two worlds." -Leonardo Da Vinci, "The Magical Proportions of Man" The Da Vinci Man is a universal translator between scientific models (represented by the Da Vinci Man in the square) and religious symbols (represented by the Da Vinci Man in the circle). Therefore, the Vitruvian Man (Da Vinci Man) is a bridge between science and religion. There are amazing similarities between the sacred geometry of the Da Vinci Man, Yin-Yang, Star of David, Tree of Life, Christian Cross, Angels and Kabbalah. The Da Vinci Man (Vitruvian Man) is not only the most popular symbol in the world; it is also the most popular symbol for chiropractors, massage therapists, alternative health practioners and other health practitioners. The Da Vinci Man is a physical representation of a person taken to the heights of an angel. Individuals who are very .fortable in their own skin have embraced their emotions. They are not blocking, but are very accepting of themselves. When we .e across authentic people like this, we feel very uplifted, like the Da Vinci Man, and are able to be more in touch with ourselves as well. Authentic and integrated people are healthier. Health will suffer if we are unable to vent or release negative thoughts. They will eat away at us. If we are upset, this can affect our health. We can reach a great deal of balance if we learn how to vent our feelings in a .passionate way. Then we can .e to our clarity. Life on Purpose Leads to a Balanced Life Health .es from the word "wholeness" or balance. Health is the result of balance and the two cojoined Da Vinci forms bring a sense of harmony and balance, the key to great health. Very simplistically, our life is balanced between relationships and our life’s purpose. This is the age-old balance between love (represented by the Da Vinci Man with arms uplifted) and work (represented by the Da Vinci Man with arms outstretched). In the best sense, this means unconditional love and living on purpose. Find the work you love in order to be in your "love-purpose"! Exercise One: In The Aladdin Factor, Mark Victor Hansen and Jack Canfield ask individuals to ask themselves one hundred times, "What do you really want?" Partners take turns doing this. By the time you write this down 30 times, your life purpose begins to be clearer. Exercise Two: Answer one or more of the following questions and experience how you be.e more energized. What is your life purpose? Your mission? Your Sacred Contract? Your passion? Your gift to the world? Why were you born? What do you need to do in this lifetime? The Da Vinci Man and Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs The two cojoined Da Vinci forms in the square (representing our survival needs) and circle (representing our needs for love, self-actualization and transcendence) are related to Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. Da Vinci and Maslow both suggest primary areas of life that need to be balanced: 1) Survival Needs: for food, clothing and shelter; 2) Love-Belonging Needs: the need for unconditional love at home, with friends and at work; 3) Self-Actualization Needs: the need for meaning in life and the need to live on purpose; 4) Transcendence or Spiritual Needs. When all four of these needs are met, both physical and emotional needs are met and balance is achieved. This results in good physical health. Health .es from the word "wholeness" or balance. Lack of health indicates that we are not whole in some way. Something is out of balance. We may not be getting enough rest. Our love and work life may be out of balance. A disease is often nature’s reminder that our soul is not easy with our attitudes or behavior. The Da Vinci form in the circle represents our soul’s purpose. The Da Vinci form in the square represents the physical means that allow us to achieve our purpose. We may be off our purpose in life or not demonstrating love in our heart. There may be an attitude that needs to be changed. One attitude change can change a thousand thoughts. Our soul may be forcing us to retreat from life in order to take a look at the direction our life is going. Are you on your purpose in life? Are you following your mission? Are you .pleting the contract you made with yourself in this lifetime? When we are "on purpose" and in our "soul’s purpose," the goal is already in our heart. Obstacles, as well as aches and pains, go to the sidelines. Furthermore, energy is released to help over.e obstacles and heal aches and pains. F.iveness is another key to great health. F.iveness happens when the circle allows itself to be joined with the square (heaven on earth; heaven in every earthly condition). Can you see how the two cojoined Da Vinci forms bring a sense of harmony and balance, the key to great health? About the Author: 相关的主题文章: