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One need not codify the Pythagorean Theorem into the language of mathematics to behold it in its eternal form. For the first 8 seconds of the animation I share the abstract structure in its pure form without the attempt to describe it, then I add the two pink squares to show how this is the singular movement that is represented by a^2 + b^2 = c^2.

Notice that the two pink squares equate to the large static square outlined in light grey. The tessellation or tapestry shows an area equality (all the rotated squares add to all the background squares), and the area of the two rotated squares is a multiple of a^2 + b^2, and the area of the background square is a multiple of c^2.

This is spiritual. Not only are we in communion with a timeless structure inherent in the fabric of dimensionality itself, which has existed since before earth, but we are seeing something as it is without the limitation of interpretation, language and conditioning, and that is a movement of love.

I later discovered that this interpretation was historically done by two mathematicians in the last 1000 years. But, it was immensely regarding to discover it myself with code and contemplation.

To me this is not a proof, this is an experience of mathematical truth. It is an archetypal example of what I mean when I say to behold mathematical truth as one singular movement.

“What topics do you teach and what is spiritual about them?”

Each meeting we may contemplate one mathematical equation in extreme detail. Will move our minds into the structures of that equation and get to know it at its source. The goal to be will be for each of us to develop a deep subjective relationship with the equation. One in which we can perceive that equation as self-evident and one single movement of mathematical truth. This equation will be the “koan” of the week, and each of us will consider and contemplate this equation as our weekly assignment. Part of our contemplation will be to create some small piece of software related to this equation. I will be taking a journey with you. And while I will have probably consider this equation personally before, this practice is never ending and will deepen my comprehension of that equation or topic.

Every class will begin and end with a meditation. Initial meditation will be there to help us clear our minds and expand our consciousness. The final meditation will be there to integrate what we’ve learned. This will most importantly develop our meditation ability. The meditation approach will be metaphysical where we focus on energy directly.

Some topics that may be covered in our meetings:

1: Perfect Squares, Cubes, and Special Cases with Geometric Properties.

2: Base 10 and Novel Bases: Binary, Octimal, Dodecimal, and Hexadecimal.

3: Square Roots and Cube Roots

4: Difference of Squares

5: Gold Ratio

6: Quadratic Formula

7: Pythagorean Theorem, Specific Cases

8: Pythagorean Theorem, Generalization

9: Circle Circumference and Area and PI

10: Sine and Cosine

If you don’t know these topics or think you can’t get them, zero foundation is required. If you think you know them and that this doesn’t apply to you, you may be surprised. What is 18^2 in Hexadecimal? Why is the integral of sin from 0 to pi exactly two? Can you see these as self-evident truths with a single step visual proof? Can you do them without thought, thinking so softly that all your spiritual energy is retained?

An all inclusive spiritual practice that combines Bhakti Yoga and Zen Buddhism including the spiritual principles of beginner’s mind, gentleness, the path of least resistance, positivity, detachment, all of which promote the embodiment of intelligence and love. We seek to develop heart first and foremost, where mathematics supports and develops this aspiration. In the program you get to build your own spiritual routine that you can grow and evolve moving forward on your own. The routine includes meditation and math as well as the general lifestyle elementals that support overall spiritual development.