Come and discover the infinite micro and macro universe and the hierarchy of conscious infinities that oscillate in between. Play with the divine presence and magnificence and contemplate the details of an ultimate intricacy from zero to infinity. Ride on the sine waves and curves involving boundaries and limits and open up their inflexions so as to take a glimpse at their unbounded and unlimited. These five days of deeper investigation will exercise your spiritual mind, for they will involve a journey to the infinite and eternal. Be prepared to participate in an abstract mathematical game of advanced learning involving a geometric progression of mind and ascension of thinking.
Come and explore the inner minds of some of the greatest mathematicians, Pythagoras and Descartes, Newton and Leibniz, Copernicus and Kepler, Gauss and Cantor, Pascal, Ramanujan and Napier and their contributions, as I weave the fabric of space and time together into a canvas of the infinite within human consciousness. Witness for yourself how this tapestry of eternal presence springs out of nothingness into the array of infinite dances. The order will inspire, the questions will puzzle, the fluents and fluxions will surprise and you will meet the monad of monads, the truth of your innermost being.
"The wisdom of the Lord is infinite; so also are His glory and His power. Ye heavens, sing His praises! Sun, moon and planets glorify Him in your ineffable language? Celestial harmonies, all ye who comprehend His marvelous works, praise Him, And thou, my soul, praise thy Creator! It is by Him and in Him that all exists. That which we know best is comprised in Him, as well as in our vain science. To Him be praise, honor, and glory throughout eternity."
Kepler - The Harmony of the World - 1619
"Measuring the infinite must rank as one of the greatest enterprises of the human intellect, comparable with the most magnificent forms of art or music."
The infinite and eternal truth is approached through the science and equations of math. The term ‘math' can be derived from the Egyptian name ‘Maat' which symbolized ‘truth'. Great mathematical truths are there within the mathematical mind just waiting to be rediscovered.