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## An im­promp­tu step back­wards, that is men­tal gym­nas­tics to de­vel­op its vi­sion

I will ded­i­cate this page, a fair a­mo­unt of work, to fa­cil­i­tate the un­der­stand­ing of the a­bo­ve for the first ti­me, as an au­thor. To this end, I will start from a hy­po­thet­i­cal com­plete­ly sym­met­ri­cal flat fig­ure, that is to say with­out the pres­en­ce of the 9th tri­an­gle, and then in­sert it so as to re­al­ize its val­ue.
In or­der to build it, I had to face (and dis­card) var­i­ous meth­ods, sin­ce even this one of re­du­ced dif­fi­cul­ty, is less sim­ple than one might sup­pose.

The ver­ti­cal di­vi­sion of the in­ter­nal area con­tain­ing the tri­an­gles is in turn ba­sed on the num­ber 8, of which 3 + 3 bands ho­use the ba­ses of the ex­ter­nal tri­an­gles; the oth­er two are emp­ty, but it must be con­sid­ered that there are 2 oth­er in­ter­nal tri­an­gles which are also au­ton­o­mous, as al­re­ady not­ed, and al­ways make 8. How­ev­er it was not pos­si­ble to ob­tain a reg­u­lar fig­ure by plac­ing the ba­ses of the 3 + 3 on the e­qui­dis­tant de­mar­ca­tion lines but, hold­ing the ba­ses of the two ma­jor tri­an­gles at 1­/8 from the cen­tral ho­ri­zon (di­am­e­ter of the cir­cum­scribed cir­cle), I had to a­dapt and re­ad­just such bands through a re­peat­ed mir­ro­red com­par­i­son be­tween pos­i­tive and neg­a­tive pro­files, un­til ob­tain­ing the fig­ure 1, which fol­lows some pro­por­tion of the yan­tra in the up­per side.

Al­though de­vel­oped with ad­van­ced to­ols, it goes with­out say­ing that it is only an il­lus­tra­tive and man­u­al ap­proach, but suf­fi­cient to ren­der the idea and lead to an ap­pre­ci­a­ble re­sult.

As can be seen from the first fi­ni­shed re­sult with at le­ast a fi­xed start­ing ref­er­ence da­tum, the di­a­gram is sat­is­fac­to­ry and tends to grav­i­tate a­ro­und a reg­u­lar hex­a­gon.
But fore­gro­und of the gold­en ex­pan­sion cir­cles po­ints up that it is not the Great Gold­en Tri­an­gle, as lack­ing the per­fect tan­gen­tiality of the 2nd and 4th cir­cles; and to­geth­er with some ap­prox­i­ma­tions of in­ter­sec­tion, even if min­i­mal and per­haps in­ev­i­ta­ble, it in­du­ces to go fur­ther, gen­er­at­ing an al­ways sym­met­ri­cal test, but to that tri­an­gle bear­ing the Di­vine Pro­por­tion.

Thus we see the con­cen­tric cir­cles bind much mo­re ad­mi­ra­bly to the gen­er­al frame­work, pro­vid­ing fur­ther con­fir­ma­tion to our in­i­tial in­cli­na­tion.
So here we are: the tran­si­tion from flat and ab­str­act sym­me­try to the im­ple­men­ta­tion of the cre­a­tive and vi­tal jux­ta­po­si­tion, the trig­ger of the cre­a­tive im­pul­se. Let us see how this will take sha­pe in the ab­strac­tion of our pro­ceed­ings.
1. The up­per yin tri­an­gle (from sky-blue) shi­fts its ver­tex from the ba­se of the ma­jor yang tri­an­gle [1st] to the base of the mi­nor yang tri­an­gle [8th], the in­ner one (to blue).
2. In this way, the num­ber of the 20 de­riv­a­tive yin tri­an­gles be­comes 19, mis­sing the def­i­ni­tion of the cen­tral one pre­cise­ly at its ver­tex, where­as the yang tri­an­gles re­main 20, au­to­mat­i­cal­ly ex­pand­ing the two small­er cen­tral ones from un­der the x axis up to join the base.
3. Its new in­ter­sec­tions with the op­po­site yang tri­an­gle, how­ev­er, de­ter­mine a new line, which if pre­viously cor­re­spon­ded to the x-axis of the sys­tem, as the ho­ri­zon of sym­me­try be­co­mes kin­da the cen­ter of grav­i­ty y of a for­ma­tion re­gen­er­at­ed by the ap­pear­ance of the 9th tri­an­gle that joins this new base to the pre­vi­ous ver­tex, such as to re­store it, by cut­ting at the same time the new cen­tral yin tri­an­gle (from the blue).
4. Nat­u­ral­ly, said shift trig­ger the dom­i­no ef­fect of re­trac­ing the who­le pat­tern, re­com­po­sing its per­fect in­ter­sec­tions, of which our fig­ure only men­tions the next two or three ex­am­ples.
5. All that re­ma­ins is to in­sert the ninth tri­an­gle, the only one in­tend­ed to au­ton­o­mous­ly sup­port the Po­int of Or­i­gin, re-pro­duc­ing and crown­ing the 20th yin tri­an­gle in­side with a three-po­int­ed di­a­dem, whose func­tion ap­pe­ars ev­i­dent not to add three Yin ar­e­as to the ‘of­fi­cial’ 20, but to vi­tal­ize the whole plant with its spe­cif­ic ap­point­ment, well dis­tinct from the con­text that hi­ves it, be­ing u­nique, i.e. not coun­ter­bal­anced.
Tru­ly, I wouldn't even call it a yin tri­an­gle, but sim­ply a tri­an­gle, sin­ce the ca­nons of high and low are our con­ven­tion which, if it can be well ap­plied to the spec­u­larity of the 20 + 20 pro­files, does not in­di­cate or dem­on­strate what is the Top or bot­tom of the whole Chak­ra, if any.
Start­ing from the Gre­at Gold­en Tri­an­gle, fol­low­ing the pro­ce­dure de­scri­bed in 2010, we can reach tout court the fi­nal re­sult, which im­plies the i­de­al cor­re­spond­ence of the ba­ses not only of the 1st, the ma­jor – for its vir­tue also as­cer­tai­ned on the si­des – but of the 8th, the small­er of the yang tri­an­gles, re­spec­tive­ly to one of the cir­cles in gold­en pro­gres­sion, whi­le an­oth­er cir­cle cros­s­es the in­ter­sec­tion of the ma­jor and mi­nor ex­ter­nal yin with the me­di­an ex­ter­nal yang.

A so­lu­tion so­ught first and not the only one, as ev­i­den­ced by sev­er­al com­par­i­sons still open by a less rig­or­ous al­ter­na­tive pro­ce­dure of mine; but more than sat­is­fac­to­ry and to be con­sid­ered priv­i­le­ged; hen­ce I in­tend­ed to pre­sent it a­gain in clos­ing.
The shift of the ver­tex from the base of the ma­jor yang tri­an­gle [1st] to the base of the mi­nor yang tri­an­gle [8th] rests on a fic­ti­tious ref­er­en­ce, as the 8th it­self is not ef­fec­tive, but only a sim­u­la­tion tool the­re­fore its sha­pe and size do not be­long to the yan­tra. I could have cho­sen right now the 8th in­ner cir­cle of the com­ple­te sys­tem, but the pur­pose of the dem­on­stra­tion was not the lat­ter, and I ho­pe to ha­ve a­chie­ved it.

All this goes to show that no math­e­mat­i­cal path ten­ding to a u­ni­vo­cal re­sult will be able to re­sol­ve once and for all the is­sue of the vir­tu­al­/vi­tal struc­ture of theSri Cha­kra.