Crop Circles: What happens when you step inside? Geoff Fitzpatrick
Since my first visit to the Crop Circles of Wiltshire last summer, I have poured my passion into creating a podcast project on the subject. I have over 15 hours of crop circle chat with wonderful people expressing different opinions, many of whom have been in 400 and 500 crop circles over the last 30 years.
Somehow, crop circles seem to activate deeper, hidden sides of the psyche, bringing to the surface our hidden selves. Perhaps it is a collective field generated by the visitors to crop circles, many of whom carry a shared intention, an appetite for mystery and a desire for transcendence. Or could it be something to do with the geometry of the formations? It is a little known fact that renowned psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung spent much of the last 10 years of his life researching how geometry can act as a bridge between the inner world of an individual’s thoughts and one’s outer reality.
I suspect both the principle of a shared intention and the power of geometry are at play. Whatever was in my mind before I entered a crop circle got intensified. It rose from beneath the surface into my awareness and became amplified. Afterwards, I felt cleared out, lighter, brighter, lifted up and healed. I recommend it to anybody to find a circle that really calls out to them and gently meditate with it. You might be surprised at what you find!
My crop circle podcast is available for download at www.mandalanature.com