Bruce Rawles

Bruce Rawles

Bruce Rawles has sought the rhyme and reason of life’s mysteries, both seen and unseen, from an early age. His “networker” mother continues to delve into metaphysical and esoteric realms sharing her love of “inner spaces”, and his pragmatic father, sharing his love of the outdoors, provided an opportunity to appreciate the natural world. Within this context, Bruce’s life continues to be a quest for the synthesis of “heart” and “head” approaches, the integration of alternative and mainstream paradigms; and the reconciliation of the sacred with commonplace.

During 2007, continuing research into the connections between ancient Hermetic wisdom distilled in theKybalion book (7 Naturals Laws) and modern quantum physics, Bruce realized that these 7 principles could easily be symbolized by 7 Universal geometric archetypes, each of which individually and collectively encode the non-dualistic perennial philosophy in a holographic matrix. These symbols were skillfully given color and animation by Mika Feinberg, author of the LightSOURCE series of screensavers, and together Mika and Bruce collaborated on a screensaver/eBooklet that features these 7 symbols called The GeometryCode, which is also the name of Bruce’s forthcoming second book.

Inspiration for this second book has been strongly infused with insights from the work of Dr. Leonard Laskow, as well as Gary Renard‘s books (Disappearance of the Universe and Your Immortal Reality) which lead to an enthusiastic renewal of interest in the profound wisdom of A Course In Miracles and related books such as Take Me To Truth by Nouk Sanchez and Tomas Vieira and more recently the prolific and inspired work of Dr. Kenneth Wapnick. The concepts of Quantum Forgiveness and using the implications of modern physics (pointing to the illusory nature of space, time and dualistic thought systems) to anchor a sustainable practice of metaphysics leading to complete unlearning of fear is now the key “why” of ongoing work, complementing the “how” and “what” mechanics of the tools provided by geometric symbols as training aids.