The Real Da Vinci Code Leonardos Vitruvian Man Is A Code For Better

UnCategorized 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. Da Vinci devoted over 20 years of his life to the squaring of the circle, represented by the Vitruvian Man, his figure with four arms and four legs. Many believe it was Da Vinci’s greatest passion and he himself believed it would transform humanity. The Da Vinci Man inspires the 21st century paradigm of Indivisible Wholeness, the paradigm for world peace. Da Vinci believed that the proportions of the human body were magical and the Da Vinci Man represented man (the microcosm) created in the image of God (the macrocosm). What the Feminine and Masculine Need from Each Other The two cojoined Da Vinci forms represent the masculine anchor (Da Vinci Person with arms outstretched) and feminine flow (Da Vinci Person with arms uplifted). Remember that kindness, gratitude and honoring each other is the greatest wisdom. When two people work in partnership they become anchors (represented by the Da Vinci Man with arms outstretched) and creative inspiration for each other (represented by the Da Vinci Man with arms uplifted). In a great marriage, the teamwork is like four arms and four legs working together as one. It is represented by the Da Vinci Man with arms outstretched. Give your partner your full attention. Let them know you believe in them. If you feel they have something vulnerable to share with you, encourage them to do so. To really understand someone is to love and accept them just the way they are. Give them the space to express their feelings. Don’t be defensive (or reactive), don’t interrupt them and don’t try to fix them. If you think they have not expressed themselves fully, say to them, "Tell me more," or, "Keep sharing." Validate your partner’s courageous expression by thanking them. This is addressed to each man and woman, as well as the masculine and feminine nature in each of us. If we can understand the differences between the feminine and the masculine nature, each can be more flexible, more allowing and giving to the other. What the Feminine Needs from the Masculine The feminine needs to be in relationship, because the feminine needs to nest. Therefore, she needs a man who is stable, who is an anchor and who is on his purpose. God could not be everywhere at once so He/She created Mothers, the most important job on the planet! A nurturing Mother can free a child from all sorts of problems and set them on the road to greater spiritual growth, love, health and wealth. The feminine energy is flexible and flowing. It needs the masculine energy’s full attention in order to feel anchored. The feminine needs to express herself as a mother, goddess, force of nature and warrior. The feminine knows how to express itself emotionally, like forces of nature with tornadoes, hurricanes, volcanoes and tidal waves. However, the feminine does not want to be fixed. She just wants to express herself and be validated so that she can figure it out for herself. The masculine needs to check out and go into his cave to transition from work. However, the masculine should be warned that he will face the full fury of the forces of nature if the feminine feels ignored. There is nothing more upsetting to the feminine than not having full attention from the masculine because it interrupts her flow. The feminine needs to go into a well until she feels safe enough to totally express her feelings. The feminine is able to use both sides of her brain. This is why she is able to multi-task (do many things at once). Communication is an excellent way for the feminine to express herself. The feminine will find herself very validated in these exercises. Be very patient with the masculine and encourage him in learning these exercises, which are more natural and easier to learn for the feminine than the masculine. Why have women undergone a transformation? Until recent times, women were considered property of the husband. They only received the right to vote eighty years ago. Now women are in the marketplace, forging their own careers and not as dependent on their husbands as they were fifty years ago. They do not have to suffer misbehavior from a man any more and can be strong enough to get their own needs met. What the Masculine Needs from the Feminine The masculine needs to be on purpose in order to support his family and find meaning in life. The feminine needs to let the masculine know she is proud of him for being a warrior on his purpose. One of the most encouraging things the feminine can tell the masculine is, "I believe in you." The feminine expresses herself through emotional flow. The masculine expresses himself through building and anchoring. Masculine energy is the container for the feminine ocean. Masculine energy is stable and anchoring. However, this makes him feel rigid. As a result, the masculine feels almost dead inside. He needs feminine flow to feel alive. He may like to escape into extreme sports to feel free from his body. The feminine force of nature makes the masculine feel alive. It is why he needs the feminine to surrender, to feel alive through her flow. The masculine loves the feminine ability to express the forces of nature. There is nothing more satisfying for the masculine than to be an anchor for those forces and feel their fullness enter into him. It makes him feel alive. The masculine needs freedom to withdraw in order to gather strength to relate to his partner. Relationships are not as easy for him. That is why a man needs to go into his cave to relax for a few minutes, fortify himself and transition. Then he can give more to his partner. The masculine also needs more space because he uses primarily one side of the brain at a time. This make him more modal (the inclination to do just one thing at a time). If there is a problem, he likes getting straight to the point and wants to fix it. However, rather than telling a woman what to do, he should let her express herself and validate her feelings. The masculine is not as intuitive as the feminine, which is why he often needs the feminine to tell him what she needs. The two cojoined Da Vinci forms represent the masculine anchor (arms outstretched) and feminine flow (arms uplifted). Can you see how the two cojoined forms of the Da Vinci Man represent the union of the masculine and feminine? About the Author: 相关的主题文章: