Since ancient times, people have believed that specific shapes hold spiritual significance: hexagons, triangles, circles and squares. And since there is no such thing as a perfectly straight line in nature, shapes found in the natural world have often been used in religious and spiritual practices and architecture. Catholic churches often have stained glass windows in the shape of a rose, Central American cultures revered the spiral found in shells and fern fronds, and the shape of glittering stars at night have been used by everyone! In Hindu practices it is believed that focusing on shapes can actually carry you into another dimension, a place to access the higher mind. Is this just superstition, or is there really something to it? Call in with your questions and comments to this live broadcast.
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