The Fibonacci sequence:

0, 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377, 610, 987 …
Each element in the sequence comes by adding the last two elements. For instance, the number 13 is achieved by adding the numbers 5 and 8 and the number 21 is achieved by adding 8 with 13. You might not help wondering why is the sequence so famous? What is Fibonacci? The explanation can be seen if the sequence is depicted visually since then it becomes clear that the sequences describes a growth pattern in nature. See the picture below which explains the fibonacci spiral.


Ever since I learned about sacred geometry and the flower of life I have been fascinated by the Fibonacci sequence. And so I have searched the web for the most interesting videos and talks which I hope will help you to better understand this amazing pattern of life.

Fibonacci Sequence in Nature

Wasn’t that amazing? The Fibonacci spiral is all around us in nature. Here is a video which looks more at the mathematical side of things :

Arthur Benjamin: The magic of Fibonacci numbers

Now finally here is a great little video from Spirit Science which goes into more detail about the patterns of life and the ‘Math of God’

Spirit Science 10 ~ Math of God

I hope you enjoyed these videos, I would love to read your comments which you can leave further below.

Now hear are some cool pictures related to the Fibonacci spiral.

Natural Fibonacci Spiral From an Elephant’s Spout

Natural Fibonacci Spiral From an Elephant's Spout

The spiralling of new unfurling silver fern fronds is known as Koru in the Māori culture.

The spiraling of new unfurling silver fern fronds is known as Koru in the Māori culture.


Remember we are all connected to everyone and everything. We are in nature as much as nature is in us. One Love <3




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