Bruce Rawles

                    

Bruce Rawles studied universal essence and mystical interconnectedness underlying all form from an early age. Inner-guided studies have taken him through explorations in Hermetic philosophy, sacred geometry, and numerous systems of self-inquiry while developing both community and technical networks. In 2007, Disappearance of the Universe (by Gary Renard) renewed his interest in the pure non-dual metaphysics of A Course in Miracles; he now edits ACIMblog.com; a resource for students of forgiveness-centered mindfulness. He is the author of “Sacred Geometry Design Sourcebook: Universal Dimensional Patterns”, the GeometryCode.com website, and screensaver (co-author.) His second book, “The Geometry Code: Universal Symbolic Mirrors of Natural Laws Within Us; Friendly Reminders of Inclusion to Forgive the Dreamer of Separation” is a bridge between the symbolic realm of geometric metaphor, timeless omnipresent laws, and the practical wisdom of choosing transpersonal kindness that frees our identity from self-limiting concepts and the imprisonment of projecting the unconscious belief in a fragmented cosmos. He is active on Facebook, Twitter and other social networks.

 

The Universe is Virtual: A conversation with Alexander Marchand about Alexander’s new book.