The L0veVibe Global Meditation of Sunday October 4, 2009 will focus on the symbol of the Triangle. We invite you to integrate this idea into your regular meditation practice, or even to devote your session to it. Contemplate it, feel it, paint it, sing it, experience it and -most of all- Love it.

Please remember the purpose is connection, so if you do not resonate with a symbol presented here, then feel free to choose your own. Why we are choosing this symbol is explained in the post Inspiration.

For 2 nodes there is 1 possible connection between the nodes. For 4 nodes there are 6 possible connections between the nodes. For 3 nodes there are 3 possible connections between the nodes. The Triangle is thus the only figure that allows for perfect duality between nodes and connections.

Replace node by "individual" and connection by "relationship" and it becomes clear that we are the relationships we think we're having. Both points of view are equally valid and we can switch between them at will.

The triangle is often used to represent core triads such as past, future and present; negative, positive and zero; here, there and the space inbetween; conscious, subconscious and superconscious, etc. The top vertex of the triangle represents the integration of the duality spanned between the two base points. This three-in-one is the gate back to Undivided Unison.

Starting from the single 1 point of Oneness, the 3 nodes of the Trinity are the next most basic building block, because contemplating 2 nodes automatically introduces the third concept of the line between these points, with the points moving away from each other (creation, separation, evolution) or moving towards each other (integration, collection of All experience).

In third density, consciousness experiences the effects of this ebb and flow of separation and integration. In fourth density consciousness experiences the world from the stabilized point of integration.

In 3D, we can compose four triangles to make a tetrahedron, which has 4 nodes and 4 faces, again allowing for duality between every node and the opposing face.

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