In his first book, Geometric Wholeness of the Self, author Donald Harms explores the meaningful relationships between mathematics, sacred geometry, philosophy of The Enlightenment and the spiritual life of psychologist Carl Jung.
In bringing this to light, the author examines sacred geometry within the Golden Section as it relates to analytical geometry expressed by little known German geometer Jacob Steiner. Geometric Wholeness of the Self delves into the limits and failings of modern mathematics while revisiting geometry of the ancient past, including classic Euclidian theory and geometry that preceded it.
Philosophical and psychological ideas are explored through symbolism in The Geometric Wholeness of the Self. Donald Harms examines history of mandalas, culminating with an analysis of Carl Jung’s monumental Systema Munditotius mandala.