Your unconscious preferences can illuminate who you are at your core.
“What I had discovered was an inherent Geomic Code. The code for interacting with the world around us.” - Phil Canville
This new book outlines the research behind the Geomic Code Assessment. It is now available by ordering through this website.
"What I had discovered was an inherent Geomic Code. The code for interacting with the world around us." - Phil Canville
Ever wonder why you make the choices you make? Phil Canville, the discoverer of the Geomic Code, focused 50 years of research on how personal preferences for shapes, symbols and colors can illuminate a new understanding of your unconscious choices.
The Geomic Code: Unlocking the Mystery of Unconscious Choice traces the steps Phil Canville took in discovering the Geomic Code. As a jewelry designer interested in discovering the “why” behind the preferences people had for being attracted to one shape over another, Phil stumbled on a universal code that had the potential to unlock a deep understanding of who we are at our core.
Like Christopher Columbus looking for a route to India, Phil had landed in a place he had not anticipated, nor was looking for. Even so he recognized its potential and so began to explore in earnest. This exploration would go on for the next fifty years. As he explored this brave new world, Phil found that he was not alone. Others had recognized the code's potential. The clues to the code were hidden everywhere - and in plain sight if only he knew where to look. This book chronicles that journey.
On his journey, Phil developed an assessment based on shapes and colors, and developed a system that links those preferences to an individual’s core values. Through the Geomic Code Assessment, your personal preferences for shapes, symbols, and colors can be used to identify who you are at your core. It is a snapshot of your spiritual DNA, bringing to light a new understanding of your unconscious choices.
Chapter 1: A Hidden Code
I was reading a story in the local newspaper, the science section, of course. This is typically a test of patience and fortitude for me. Being both curious and dyslexic is no picnic. Sorry, I digress.
The article was about a new species of bird, and it caught my attention because I know that many folks have studied it for a very long time. It seems that a team of scientists with the Wildlife Conservation Society, BirdLife International, and other organizations had discovered a new species of bird. I thought that it must be a tiny subspecies from an isolated region of the earth. As I read on, it was apparent that this is not a particularly small bird with bland markings and a demure call. This bird is equipped with distinctive plumage and a loud call, and it lives, not in some remote jungle, but in a capital city of 1.5 million people! How did several teams from all over the world miss something that was right in front of them?
Chapter 2: The Discovery
I believe Sacred Geometry is a key to the reality of our being. It is as varied in our vibrational being as DNA is in our physical reality. We are strongly related to our vibrational being while we travel this lifetime in our cosmic world of divine energy. Our being is a multifaceted, integrated combination of DNA and vibrational energies that coalesce into a one-of-a-kind entity searching for a purpose or an identity in our universal cosmic world of form and divine energies. They lend shape to the reality of our being.
The Geomic Code is a testing and defining platform similar to a musical score with its symbols that define the vibrating notes, sounds, chords, and quality of a musical composition. Only with Geomic Code are we able to understand the composition, the vibrations, and the form of this entity being defined, not with notes, but with geometric shapes and forms from simple Platonic solids to complex abstracts.
“Some philosophers draw a distinction between reality and existence. Is Geomic Reality the convergence of these distinctions?” - Phil Canville
Chapter 3: All Consciousness
Connecting with the world around us is a test in some ways that reveals the consciousness we have on various levels (that is, a self-consciousness and a social consciousness that help us understand who we are and what we’re about, as well as how others work). It gives you a kind of Meta reality check, a Meta being that allows you to step outside yourself and look down on yourself to get an overview of the self.
Chapter 4: Creating the Application
When Phil began to do testing with individuals, he was using the Geomic Code as a shorthand view of preference that functioned as a tangible way of measuring a woman’s preferences with respect to jewelry Phil was creating for her. Over time, much bigger and broader uses of the test suggested themselves to Phil – not just for women and jewelry preferences but for everyone, male and female, to understand their life choices. That revelation opened the door to looking at what else the test could have application for.
Chapter 5: Soul Form
For thousands of years, artists have reported having a spiritual connection to their art. In a provocative book that explores the fascinating link between the creative and the sacred, Robert Wuthnow claims that artists have become the “spiritual vanguard” of our time.
He places these artists’ reflections in wider cultural context. Wuthnow argues that spirituality is coming increasingly to focus on what artists refer to as divine mystery. As growing numbers of Americans continue to drift away from organized religion and doubt their definition of what is “sacred,” they are turning their attention to artists. The quest appears to be an intuitive journey through symbols and imagery.