Sacred Geometry Workshop Series

A surprising way to work with consciousness


Embark on a Journey of Discovery and Transformation

Explore where ancient wisdom meets modern insight. The Sacred Geometry Workshop Series is a gateway to understanding the profound patterns that underpin all of creation. From the spirals of galaxies to the intricacies of a single flower, sacred geometry is the blueprint of existence.

Why sacred geometry?

Our reality is structured upon sacred geometry. I have found through my own experience that drawing sacred geometry helps me to connect and perceive those universal geometric foundations.

You will learn how to use sacred geometry in ways that directly assist you.

Meditation: Allow the creation of sacred geometry to shift you into deeper calmness, reduce stress, and become more mindful.

Enhance Creativity: Tap into your inner Creator and strengthen the right hemisphere of your brain as you express yourself through symmetry and patterns.

Spiritual Connection: Sacred geometry is closely tied with mysticism and spirituality. Shift your perspective through experiencing a unity with all things throughout the Universe.

Ancient Insights: Sacred geometry is prominently featured throughout ancient cultures across the planet. The wisdom of sacred geometry was understood by our adept ancestors and is hidden today.

DALL·E 2024-02-16 15.05.20 - Craft a wide, horizontal image that captures a diverse circle of benevolent beings, including wise human sages and beautiful, kind-hearted alien races

The Big Picture

The purpose of this class is multi-layered, like so many things in our reality!

I am in the process of publishing my forthcoming book. It will be released late '24 - early '25. This course is a type of fun-draiser to help me with the upfront costs of publishing, such as editing, designing, and layout.

Sacred geometry has been a powerful tool for me, and I deeply desire sharing it with others who are looking for ways to strengthen their connection to their higher consciousness. 

There is a beautiful vortex of energy that is created when we come together in service. I want to help you connect with your inner divinity through sacred geometry. By purchasing this course, you are not only entering a gateway for new activations in your consciousness, you are also energetically contributing to the creation of my book. It is my honor and blessing to have your energy and consciousness imbued into the creative process of my book.

The Nitty-Gritty

This workshop is a self-paced offering utilizing the recordings from live sessions recorded in March 2024.

You receive instant access to all workshop recordings and pdf instructions, as well as the community forum where you are welcome to share your work and be inspired by the creations of other participants across time. Eleven geometries are taught in this series.

Personal investment: $99

Tools: You will receive a list of materials you'll need to engage with the classes, including a sketchbook, compass, ruler, eraser, and colors. You may have some of these on hand already, and if not I have some suggestions of what I have enjoyed using.

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Is this for me?

This course series is designed for those who are:

- Curious

- Think for themselves

- Seeking deeper spiritual connection

- Open to new possibilities

Identifying as artsy or creative is not required! But hold those limiting thoughts about yourself loosely, because you just might see yourself differently by the time we are done.

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In order to participate in this course, you will want at the bare minimum some paper, a compass, a pencil, a ruler, and come colored pencils. You can use what you already have, or you may want to get some fresh supplies. I will list below what I use and like. I find it helpful to get recommendations, but there are lots of options which will do just fine which are not exactly what I use!

Drawing paper pad: I recommend size 11x14.

Compass: Whatever compass you use, I highly recommend getting one with a "center wheel" that keeps it from easily moving out of position. I started with something like this (the actual brand I got is currently unavailable) and later upgraded to this one. (Both of these options have the "center wheel.")

Pencil: I just use whatever I have around. I've used both traditional and mechanical and they have both been fine.

Erasers: These are surprisingly amazing! I would never have thought to buy them if they hadn't been recommended, and now that I have used them I find them so very valuable for precision erasing, which some geometries require. These are not necessary (I mean, you do want to have some sort of eraser on hand, but technically the one on the end of your pencil will do the job, too). but I do love mine. 

Colors: I prefer colored pencils, but I have also used oil pastels and they were fun, too. I'd recommend something with a variety of shades for each color, 2 or 3 shades of each such as what you would find in a 24 pack. But also you could make do with fewer and create shade variety by how hard you press down as you color. These are my go-to: Crayola Blend and Shade Color Pencils. I also use these and they're perfectly fine. My son is taking a drawing class at Carmel High School, and his teacher had them get Prismacolor pencils. And the oil pastels are also simple Crayola  (I haven't really loved the neon, to be honest, but I do like the feel of the oil pastel generally.) If you're more of a crayon person, I'm sure they work great, too. I don't think markers would be a good choice, though.

Pencil sharpener: I use a pencil sharpener a lot, particularly for the colored pencils.

Drawing pens (optional): I didn't have these for a long time and got by just fine, but I do really like using these drawing pens now that I have them. They really help to make your finished piece stand out. 

Straight ruler: I use a plastic Star Wars ruler I found in my son's drawer - lol! I have heard it's good to get yourself a metal ruler, I just haven't felt the impulse to get a new one.

"This is the true joy in life: Being used for a purpose recognized by yourself as a mighty one, being a force of nature instead of a feverish, selfish little clod of ailments and grievances, complaining that the world will not devote itself to making you happy. I am of the opinion that my life belongs to the whole community and as long as I live, it is my privilege to do for it what I can. It is a sort of splendid torch which I have got hold of for the moment and I want to make it burn as brightly as possible before handing it on to future generations."

~ George Bernard Shaw