Dan Winter – Sacred Science of Carrying Memory Through Death 1 of 5

Dan Winter is most known as a teacher of Sacred Geometry and Coherent Emotion. His invention’s HeartTuner and BlissTuner have earned him literary credit (book:’Instinct to Heal’) for inventing the term Heart Coherence. Discovering the harmonic content of compassion in EKG and bliss – even enlightenment in EEG – lead him to a radical new physics: that IMPLOSION – the electrical -geometry of fractality- is the cause BLISS – as it is the cause of gravity in general – and the destiny of DNA in particular. He teaches that the hygiene for bliss – creates fractal conditions (the sacred) defining the charge field which ignites and matures DNA into BLISS. He has dedicated his life to teaching – and is personally known around the entire Earth – with web presence (5 languages), 3 books, films and DVD’s. His message is simple- the coherence in the aura field – generated by fractal compression – called the KA in Egypt- is what creates your vehicle for memory into death and the lucid dream. This immortalizing potential in the charge created by blood on fire with bliss – is the real message of ancient religion – the real physics of the grail – and the essential good news at a time when the solar wind can only be steered by Sun God’s. It is not so hard to see thru the Sun like an eye. The physics is embedding, the psychology is discovering that- like the birth canal-and what happens in DNA during successful death, what emerges from perfect compression (implosion) is only the SHAREABLE

The Life and Death of a Sand Mandala

Filmed April 10th 2007, at a Buddhist shrine in Chichester, this video tells the story of a sand painting born only the day before. In Tibetan Buddhist tradition, the Mandala is brought to an end, honouring the Buddhas teaching of ‘impermanence’ : that all things arise and fade away – that all things are temporary in nature. In the video you will see many members of the local and visiting Tibetan Buddhist commuity contributing to the growth of the mandala, including the special guest Dr Akong Tulku Rinpoche. Many thanks to David Mackenzie-Dewhirst for his kind help and guidance in making the mandala, and should anyone like to enquire further about sand mandalas or other therapeutic artforms he practices, he can be contacted at: www.artmatters.nhs.uk The word Mandala is sanskrit and litterally means ‘Circle’ & ‘Center’, it suggests the notion that any centre is tied to it’s circumferance, and that any circumferance is always determined by it’s center, together they represent a wholeness. The Making Of The Mandala: Traditionally, the sand for madalas is made by crushing precious and semi-precious stones such as coral and turquoise amber etc, but this is no longer done. The sand is dyed using vegetable dyes or opaque tempera or acrylics, it is applied to the mandala disc (base) with a narrow metal funnel called a ‘chakpu’, which is tapped against to cause sufficient vibration for grains of sand to trickle out of its end. Stray grains of sand are moved back into place with