What are Fractal Patterns and How Can They Calm You

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What are Fractal Patterns and How Can They Calm You

Fractal patterns are all around you in everyday things. Chances are you're drawn to these patterns but don't know why. Fractals are repeating patterns that recur on smaller and smaller scales. They are found in nature (shells, flowers, the rings of an onion), architecture, and art. 

Research shows that looking at these patterns has a calming effect. The effect can be quite profound and immediate.  


“Viewing mid-range Fractals reduces your physiological response to stress by up to 60%.”
— R.P.Taylor, Professor of Physics, Psychology and Art, University of Oregon 

Examples of Fractals in Nature Images

examples of calming fractals in nature

 

examples of fractals in nature image

 

 

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examples of calming fractals in nature image

 

example of fractal pattern in nature image

 

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Agate example of fractal patterns in nature picture graphic image

 

Fractals Can Even be Found in Food

 

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example of fractal food nature image

 

Examples of Fractals in Architecture Images


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 example of fractal architecture image graphic

 

example of fractal pattern architecture graphic image 

 

Sometimes Perspective Creates the Calming Fractal Pattern

 

Fractals in nature perspective image graphic

 

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Labyrinths are Fractals

 

labyrinth fractal pattern graphic image

 

Fractal Patterns Are Used in Hypnotic Calming Art

 

fractal hypnotic art example

 

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Fractals hypnotic calming art image

 

hypnotic swirl fractal image

 

Notice Fractals

Notice fractals around you in nature, food, architecture, art . . . . If you find them calming, purposefully bring them into your life using pictures, plants, or design in your home, workplace, and yard.

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