Natures Perfect Numbering System
The Fibonacci numbers are Nature’s numbering system. Fibonacci Sequence is a phenomenon that occurs throughout nature, art, music, and mathematics. The Fibonacci numbers are seen in the growth of every living thing, including a single cell, a grain of wheat, a hive of bees, and our own human DNA.
Fibonacci sequences become visible in biological settings. These identical numbers appear everywhere in Nature. The Fibonacci numbering sequence is in all facets of the natural world. For example flowers, pinecones, pineapples, beehives, leaves, hurricanes, nebulas, the human ear, ocean waves, and shells all exhibit the fibonacci sequence. You can view a slideshow of the natural occurrences of the Fibonacci Sequence here.
Fibonacci Is The Divine Template
The sequence of these numbers is present throughout nature and the cosmos. As this Divine numbering expresses itself perfectly and beautifully in the universe, we can only stand in awe of this Divine Algorithm of life. This numerical pattern was seen in Sanskrit and Indian mathematics about 450-200 BC. It was first discovered in texts and music from that era. The term “Fibonacci number sequence” was later named and introduced in 1202 in Italy by Leonardo of Pisa, in his book “The Book of the Abacus”.
How Fibonacci Shapes Our Lives
You experience Fibonacci shapes every day of your life. The spiral is the common shape of Fibonacci. This shape is referred to as “The Golden Spiral”. This number sequencing is in seashells, waves at the beach, pine cones, seeds, the cochlea of your ear, fern leaves, hurricanes, tornadoes, sunflowers, flowers, nebulas, (newborn stars), and even human DNA. Check out this article featuring an amazing slideshow pointing out the many, many examples of Fibonacci sequence found in nature.
The Genius of Human Fibonacci Co-Creation
The Fibonacci is also known as “The Golden Triangle”. The ratio numbers, when computed in design, produce a rectangle effect to the human eye. Many great works such as The United Nations building, the Great Pyramid and the Parthenon of Greece are all based on the Fibonacci Golden Triangle numbering. These golden numbers are evident in great works of art from artists such as Monet, Renoir, Van Gogh, Leonardo da Vinci, Vermeer, and many others. Musicians such as Mozart and Beethoven use the Fibonacci numbers to compose music and structure compositions.
The Mindful Living Network’s Reverence to Fibonacci
I have always been fascinated with symbology. When I discovered this Fibonacci number sequencing, I went wild. I read everything I could about it. I went on Fibonacci walks and field trips to discover Fibonacci in nature. One night I wept as I witnessed a star being born through a telescope. As that nebula was being created before my eyes, I experienced the Fibonacci effect.
When I founded the Mindful Living Network, I wanted a powerful, sacred, Divine symbol for our logo. I chose what is for me the ultimate symbol of the Divine in the universe. I prayed that this universal Divine code would drive everything we do at the Mindful Living Network by bringing hope, healing, and love into the world while alleviating suffering. This powerful symbol still lights our way and continues to guide us to help love and heal the world.
Check out this article featuring an amazing slideshow pointing out the many, many examples of Fibonacci sequence found in nature.