Mathematics of Consciousness

Can mathematical truths be identical with divine truths? Are numerals possibly symbolic of spiritual realities?

I wonder. Mythosophy begins in wonder.

The spiritual master Pythagoras has come down to us, primarily, as a mathematician and progenitor of the Pythagorean Theorem:  a2+b2=c2

Let’s see: a2+b2=c2 …when a triangle has a 90⁰ angle, and squares are extended off each of the three sides, then the biggest square (the square of the hypotenuse) equals the other two squares combined.

Yet, Pythagoras was also, preeminently, a spiritual teacher; a mystic and knower of divine truths.

I wonder, if a2+b2=c2 and we substitute Wisdom for “a” and Divine Love for “b”, then what will that equal? What will Wisdom2 + Divine Love2 equal?

That is what I want to solve for.

Wisdom2 + Divine Love2 = X

I want to solve for “X.”

The square of that hypotenuse would be something. It would be my spiritual number. What’s yours?

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About mythosophy

As a tracker follows a trail, I search for wisdom's footprints within the old stories, some newer ones, and selected aphorisms.
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4 Responses to Mathematics of Consciousness

  1. Anything combined with God’s pure perfect divine Love is Love! I’d say X is Love! God is Love, we are created in the image and likeness of Love…so….Love really is the answer! 🙂

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    • mythosophy says:

      I like your answer. Our planet can be a “world of woe.” It is great to read your uplifting words of Love. Thank you for your heartfelt response.

      Consciousness is awareness in motion. When we create, we give birth to our current ideal image. If our attention is on Love, our “children” will be lovely; we will become lovely. I seek to know more what that divine Pythagorean truth or number may be.

      I look forward to visiting your site and exploring your other insights.

      Scott

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