Bicycles and Synchronicity

I discovered the Theory of Relativity while riding a bicycle.

~ Albert Einstein ~

Life is like a tricycle.
It is connected by the number three, the triad, the pyramid.
It moves in cycles connected by the synchronistic movements
of its chain links (DNA) and the energies created by its rider.

The spokes are the wheels within wheels, the karma of the ride.
The thoughts of the rider determine its direction, when it brakes,
how far it will travel, and when it will eventually be traded in for
a new model that moves faster.

The bicycle moves like the synchronicity of a watch or clock,
the gears interdependent on each other creating movement.

Sacred Geometry of the Spoked Wheel

Spokes = Grids of Creation, The Matrix

Recreating the Wheel (of Karma)

12 x 3 = 36

The journey of life is like a man riding a bicycle
as it moves in circles / cycles.
We know he got on the bicycle and started to move.
We know that at some point he will stop and get off.
We know that if he stops moving and does not get off he will fall off.

A shaky child on a bicycle for the first time needs
both support and freedom. The realization that this
is what the child will always need can hit hard.

~ Sloan Wilson ~

A Zen teacher saw five of his students returning
from the market, riding their bicycles.

When they arrived at the monastery and had
dismounted, the teacher asked the students,
"Why are you riding your bicycles?"

The first student replied, "The bicycle is carrying the sack of potatoes.
I am glad that I do not have to carry them on my back!"
The teacher praised the first student, "You are a smart boy!
When you grow old, you will not walk hunched over like I do."

The second student replied, "I love to watch the
trees and fields pass by as I roll down the path!"
The teacher commended the second student,
"Your eyes are open, and you see the world."

The third student replied, "When I ride my bicycle,
I am content to chant nam myoho renge kyo."
The teacher gave praise to the third student,
"Your mind will roll with the ease of a newly trued wheel."

The fourth student replied, "Riding my bicycle,
I live in harmony with all sentient beings."
The teacher was pleased, and said to the fourth student,
"You are riding on the golden path of non-harming."

The fifth student replied, "I ride my bicycle to ride my bicycle."
The teacher sat at the feet of the fifth student and said,