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There are places we experience from time to time where we feel completely at home with ourselves, pure warmth manifests within, time becomes irrelevant and we are immersed by a feeling of absolute contentment. Places such as these can contain within them the specific dimensions of nature that relate harmoniously to our own individual, inner requirements. They help enable and elevate a state of mind in which takes us beyond our own space and time and reconnects us with who we really are at source. For the most part we subconsciously seek out these places regularly, a seemingly primal necessity that continues to remain, intrinsically woven or hard-wired into our being. We are in essence, self-medicating through nature.

Among many other things, ancient architects were manifesting these harmonious relationships of nature within their ingenious structures in stone. Unlike the highly attuned, nomadic hunter-gatherers before them who used specific natural places such as caves, trees, springs, rocks and so forth as their hot spots of connectivity with spirit and well-being, the 'Megalithic Man' had conjured up an alternative to this necessity.

He was able to calculate sacred dimensions, harness and concentrate The Earths subtle energies, mimic the qualities of those natural places high in energetic proportion and construct enhanced sanctuaries based upon those principles to elevate that connection.

Subsequently, and to a lesser degree, some of these same complex design principles were later adopted from them by The Roman Catholic Church. As we walk through the 'Entrance' of a church we are subtly being 'Entranced', and by the time we arrive at the 'Altar' (the hotspot of the building) our minds are now in a condition far more susceptible of being 'Altered' (did they ask permission!?).

There are many things at play here; namely the use and manipulation of subtle energies which can enable a deeper or altered state of mind. These are manifested and distilled within the complexities of the buildings (hidden to most) design and construction, which take effect on the human psyche from the moment one walks in.