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SACRED GEOMETRY: Patterns of Number and Nature With Janus Welton

May 18, 2021, 7:00–8:30 pm


Online Zoom Workshop

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Sponsored by the Holistic Health Community in collaboration with The Morty and Gloria Wolosoff Foundation

What do Art, Architecture, Nature, Animals, the Human Body, Gods and Goddesses, Numbers, Shapes, Colors, Light, Form, and all Creation have in common? All life forms at every scale are based on reoccurring geometric patterns and mathematical relationships. Every natural pattern of growth or movement in the universe conforms inevitably to one or more simple geometric archetypes and mathematical truths. These patterns inform the DNA of all living things and constitute, in fact, the building blocks of all creation. Geometry, most essentially, expresses number as perception and connects the One and the Many. The essential universal pattern is Wholeness. The whole is present in each part. We are each united to the entire world because all that is in the world is also within each one of us.


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Topic: SACRED GEOMETRY: Patterns of Number and Nature with Janus Welton
Time: May 18, 2021 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Janus is a practicing registered architect, sustainable building consultant and educator in the Hudson Valley, New York. She combines sustainability, building biology, healthy building, biomimicry, classical feng shui and sacred geometry in her holistic design and consulting practice and educational workshops.

She holds a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Colorado Denver, a Master of Science degree in Biomimicry from Arizona State University, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Virginia Commonwealth University.

Before establishing her own studio in New York in 2000, she served as Director of Concept Architecture for Sony Development and Senior Designer for Walt Disney Imagineering in Los Angeles. She lectures widely on sustainability, biomimicry, and conscious design philosophies including sacred geometry.



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