QUICK LINKS: Intuitive Geometry ArtBooksImages for saleLine Art for sale. Learn the method online with step by step instructions: Circle, Square, Triangle, Hexagon, Pentagon, Spirals, Waves, Scaling. Learn how to apply the method: How to draw BeesButterfliesFlowers (3 fold)Flowers (4 fold)Flowers (5 fold)Human BodyHuman EyeHuman FaceSnowflakesSpiders.

### The Intuitive Geometry method is a basic set of principles for using overlapping circles to create and design anything.

Overlapping circles have been studied since ancient times. We know that two overlapping circles create the almond shape called the vesica pisces from which we can make basic geometric shapes. The intuitive geometry method includes spirals, waves and scaling. Once you master the method’s 8 principles (circle, square, triangle, hexagon, pentagon, spirals, waves, scaling) you can apply them intuitively and draw anything. The book contains step by step instructions, step by step examples and example art.

Intuitive Geometry is not just about drawing, it is about developing our intuition and learning the fundamental structure of life. Practicing the use of overlapping circles affects our consciousness on all levels, and our ability to become more powerful creators in this world. – Nathalie Strassburg

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## Circle

Overlapping seven circles with the same radius creates 6 equal divisions. You can continue this division to create 12, 24, 48, 96, 192… radial divisions. These divisions are used in the human body, flowers, butterflies, insects, snowflakes, time, and many other elements of life.

## Square

Overlapping four circles with the same radius creates a square. Overlapping squares create 4, 8, 16, 32, 64… radial divisions. These divisions are used in spiders, flowers, the I Ching, and many other elements of life.

Learn the square with step by step instructions >

## Triangle

Overlapping two circles with the same radius creates the first triangle. Overlapping three can create a triangle twice the size. Overlapping six circles creates various possibilities including the five regular solids: the tetrahedron, cube, octahedron, icosahedron and dodecahedron.

## Hexagon

The hexagon is a three-dimensional cube. Overlapping six circles with the same radius creates two different hexagons that fit into each other, the second one is at a ninety-degree angle. Hexagonal tiling is efficient because it has minimal boundary lines – honeycomb is a great example of this.

## Pentagon

There is more than one way you can draw the pentagon. Overlapping pentagons create 10, 20, 40, 80, 160… radial divisions. These divisions are used in plants, flowers, fruit, and many other elements of life.

## Spirals

Overlapping circles become the guides for creating any type of spiral. For equally spaced spirals you move an equal number of circles for every arch. For growing spirals, you can move any number of circles for every new arch. You can create custom spirals to suit your designs.

Spirals are found in all energy dynamics, perspectives in geometry, and dimensions of consciousness.

## Waves

Overlapping circles create the guides for drawing waves. Different scales of overlapping circles create infinite possibilities for various wave forms. Waves are universal patterns of energy in motion found throughout the physical and non-physical worlds, like wind, fire, electricity, water, sound, light, etc.

## Scaling

Scaling is the secret to nature’s fractal patterns and overlapping circles. The patterns of life are circles within circles, and universally scales in steps: down half the size or up double in size. The universal scaling pattern is found in every element of nature, matter, light, and consciousness.

## How to draw using the Intuitive Geometry Method

Learn how to apply the method: How to draw Bees, Butterflies, Flowers (3 fold), Flowers (4 fold), Flowers (5 fold), Human Body, Human Eye, Human Face, Snowflakes, Spiders.

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