Harmony, the Heartbeat of Creation is a journey to the formative mysteries of the universe. Starting from the compelling hints at a universal order presented by recurrent numbers and geometries in nature and cosmos, the author penetrates into the cosmological processes that result in the physical forms we see and the forms of consciousness we are. Harmonies, we discover, play out these forms, and the laws of harmony reveal the fundamental triune dynamics of all living systems. Spelled out in ancient wisdoms, whispered in quantum physics, the secrets of cosmology are the secrets of harmony. What pantheons worldwide worship as gods are tones and harmonies of the love-essence of the world being.
C O N T E N T S:
I. Prelude and Premises: The Enigma of Twelve
II. Overture: The Mandorla of Mediation
III. The Harmonic Composition of the Universe
IV. The Spiraling Dynamics of the Universe
V. A Once and Future Cosmogony
VI. Facets of a Unitive Science
VII. Universality of the Harmonic Model of Creation
Index of Topics, Names, and Numbers
"A comprehensive and illuminating exploration of the fundamental mystery of number and how it relates to the human soul."—Richard Smoley, author of A Theology of Love: Reimagining Christianity through A Course in Miracles
"This captivating journey does more than marvel at the recurring geometries of nature, it unravels their enigma. As a scientist, to realize how the same harmonic laws underlie physics, chemistry and biology, psychology and cosmology, is revelatory. To grasp how life and love actually penetrate every particle of cosmos does more: it transforms you. A profoundly symphonic work, this book will leave you resonating with the omnipresent heartbeat of the universe." —Irene Goncharov, MS theoretical physics, Waldorf school math teacher
Monique Pommier, PhDE, is a psychospiritual counselor, astrologer and independent researcher in private practice in Boston. Her previous works include The Twelvefold Archetype of the Soul: Insights into the Cosmic Ground of Philosophical Imagination (2009).