“A [person] should hear a little music, read a little poetry, and see a fine picture every day of his life, in order that worldly cares may not obliterate the sense of the beautiful which God has implanted in the human soul.”
– Johann von Goethe –

“If any woman becomes so proficient as to be able to write down her thoughts, let her do so, and not despise the honour but rather flaunt it instead of fine clothes, necklaces, and rings.”
– 16th-century French writer and poet Louise Labé –

“If you do not yet see your own beauty, then act as that sculptor who desires to create a beautiful statue: he [she] scrapes the clay here and there until it is smooth and perfect . . . smooths the surface and cleans off the outer form . . . chips carefully to reveal the beautiful face of the statue. In like manner you may also remove that which is superfluous, straightening out what is oblique, purifying all that is dark until it shines, and then you will not cease carving your own statue until the Divine Virtue shines clearly from you.”
– Plotinus –

“What one commonly calls “ugly” in Nature can become great beauty in art . . . beauty exists only in that which has ‘character’ . . . the intense truth of any natural spectacle, beautiful or ugly.”
– Auguste Rodin –

” . . . true security lies not in the things one has but in the things one can do without.”
– Og Mandino –

“ . . . I say to any beginner: learn your theories as well as you can, but put them aside when you touch the miracle of the living soul. Not theories, but your own creative individuality alone must decide.”
– Carl Jung –

“That the greatest effects come from the smallest causes has become patently clear not only in physics but in the field of psychological research as well. How often in the critical moments of life everything hangs on what appears to be a mere nothing!”
– Carl Jung –

“A neurosis is by no means merely a negative thing, it is also something positive. . . . In reality the neurosis contains the patient’s psyche, or at least an essential part of it, and if, . . . the neurosis could be plucked from him like a bad tooth, he would have gained nothing but would have lost something very essential to him. . . . he would have lost as much as the thinker deprived of his doubt, or the moralist deprived of his temptation, or the brave man deprived of his fear. To lose a neurosis is to find oneself without an object; life loses its point and hence its meaning. This would not be a cure, it would be a regular amputation.”
– Carl Jung –

“The great tendency of the modern times has been to reduce all men to a level, a dead level, of mediocrity, an effort fatal to the supremacy of individuals, and which has tended to discourage research into the Hidden Mysteries of Nature and Science, as opposed to the parrot-like study of what are known as modern sciences, a study of enormous value to mankind, but yet not the stepping stones on the direct road to Deity.”
– W. Wynn Wescott –

“In the past it has been traditional to live publicly but to keep great knowledge secret. Thus, all the alternatives to the ordinary experience and suffering which men have known before come down to us in guarded symbols, white and black, with seals all around, impenetrable by the common mind.”
– Franklin Jones –

” . . . all the apparently concrete matter that assails our senses, is in reality only a frolic of convoluted nothingness, . . . in the end the world will turn out to be a sculpture of pure emptiness, a self-organized void.
– Paul Davies –

“Through all ages men have sought, and some have found; there is a door through which we can pass out on to the higher planes, but that door is within the soul, it is an enlargement of consciousness whereby we perceive these things to which we have hitherto been blind, and from such perception comes the sense of reality which is lacking while we perceive nothing but appearances. Who so has this wider vision is freed from the limitations of the five physical senses; his memory extends back beyond birth, and his hopes go forward beyond death . . . Having all aspects of his own nature harmoniously developed, he is at one with all aspects of the universe, nothing is alien to him, and no form of existence is hostile. The path of life is open before him and he treads it with joy.”
– Dion Fortune –

“Mathematics, rightly viewed, possesses not only truth, but supreme beauty — a beauty cold and austere, like that of sculpture, without appeal to any part of our weaker nature, without the gorgeous trappings of painting or music, yet sublimely pure, and capable of a stern perfection such as only the greatest art can show. The true spirit of delight, the exaltation, the sense of being more than Man, which is the touchstone of the highest excellence, is to be found in mathematics as surely as poetry.”
– Bertrand Russell –

“When a given set of rules and assumptions has run its course and has led civilization to the end of a particular road, the opposite orientation begins to appear.”
– “Mayan Cosmogenesis,” Jenkins –

” . . . We are at the point where the integrity of the individual counts and not what the political leadership or the religious leadership says to do. It’s a matter now of humanity getting to the point where it’s now qualifying to make some of its own decisions in relation to its own information. That’s why we’ve come to a new moment of integrity.”
– Buckminster Fuller –

“Order is not sufficient. What is required is something much more complex. It is order entering upon novelty; so that the massiveness of order does not degenerate into mere repetition; and so that the novelty is always reflected upon a background of system.”
– Alfred North Whitehead –

“The Bible states that . . . two trees were in the ‘midst’ of the Garden of Eden . . . But it is a mystery how two different trees could stand in the ‘midst’ . . . Only one tree could stand in the ‘most middle.’ . . . the Garden of Eden is the human body, and that the two trees are the spine, which is the tree of knowledge of good and evil, and the penis, which is the tree of life – male gender used, since man and woman were originally created as one. Also note that ‘s-p-i-n-e’ and ‘p-e-n-i-s’ are made of the same letters, and their fruits – brain cells and sperm – are very similar chemically and morphologically.”

“Just as the world comprises of the five basic elements, each Web site has five elements and these need to be in balance with one another. Earth is the layout, fire is the color, air is the HTML, space is name of the Web site, and water is the font and graphics.”

“Mighty is geometry; joined with art, resistless.”
– Euripides –

“There is a growing trend among scientific philosophers professing the need for a new type of science. Our present scientific way of thinking has produced a split in our world view. We put science in one hand and the arts, humanities, religion, etc., in the other hand and are not able to shake hands. . . . This point of view is based on the fact that today’s traditional science does not deal with all levels of energy in nature.” 
– Dr. Ibrahim Karim, Founder of BioGeometry –

“All mathematical forms have a primary subsistence in the soul; so that prior to the sensible, she contains self-motive numbers; vital figures prior to such as are apparent; harmonic ratios prior to things harmonized; and invisible circles prior to the bodies that are moved in a circle.”
– Thomas Taylor –

“Atoms are actually counter-rotating energy forms in the shape of the Platonic Solids, … each shape corresponding to a different density of zero energy.” 
– Cliff Stumbaugh–

“The idea of interrelationship – that everything is connected to everything else – is at the core of Zero-Point Field physics. . . . all matter and space are connected through the Zero-Point Field. . . . there is no space or time – there is only the Zero-Point Field. . . . Every object/ event radiates and absorbs the Zero-Point Field. . . . It may well be that we will soon understand that within the Zero-Point Field – the so-called “vacuum” of empty space – resides the key to life itself.”
– Lily Splane –

“The human eye is a result of evolutionary biology where the fundamental physical principles of the diffraction of light and geometry are directly related to produce vision.”
– Dr. Gerald Huth –

“The real end of science is the honor of the human mind.”
– Carl Gustav Jacobi –

“Geometry is one and eternal shining in the mind of God. … one of the reasons that Man is the image of God.”
– Johannes Kepler –

“Nature is an infinite sphere of which the center is everywhere and the circumference nowhere.”
– Blaise Pascal –

“Geometry will draw the soul toward truth and create the spirit of philosophy.”
– Plato –

“Geometry is knowledge of the eternally existent.”
– Pythagoras –

“Everything interpenetrates everything, and although human nature may seek to categorize and pigeonhole and subdivide, the various phenomena of the universe, all apportionments are of necessity artificial, and all of nature is ultimately a seamless web.”