'Music of the Spheres' is an ancient philosophical idea that considers proportions in the movements of celestial bodies—the Sun, Moon, and planets—as a form of music.
How does nature create a boundary? See how the spinning Fibonacci spiral creates an 'emergent' boundary condition. And how choosing a different point on the spiral as 'origin' of spin scales the boundary. Special thanks to cosmometry.net for valuable insights.
This presentation is an excerpt from the 'Fractal Universe' workshop by AboutTime.
The term Lāsya, in the context of Hindu mythology, describes the dance performed by Goddess Parvati in response to the male energy of the cosmic dance of Tandava performed by Lord Shiva. This also ties in beautifully with the flexibility of the square (4 beat cycle of Lasya) vs the stability of the triangle (3 beat cycle of Tandava). In 3D Geometry, alternating squares and triangles close in to form a shape called the cuboctahedron (a.k.a. the 12-around-1) which is the geometry of absolute equilibrium and conceptualizes what we call the zero-point or the Unified Field
Here is another track from one of my workshops called 'The Fractal Universe'. (Sorry for the low res) Original Track - Flight by Anoushka Shankar All my workshops are inspired by the existential reality of Time. Music is a 'Fractal Flight'. It is recursively divided into sections like 'take off/Attack', 'Cruise/Sustain', and 'Landing/Release' at different levels (Song, Verse/chorus, Phrases, Sounds and Beats)