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Pyramid Chakra Healing & Meditation


If pressed to explain exactly how pyramids work to heal,

I’ll begin with a short answer listed under each pyramid’s

specifications: "Pyramids encourage a recovery of the

natural alignment and positive expression of our energy centers." I use the word "encourage" because, though a pyramid may be exercising its influence energetically, we are still quite capable of resisting that challenge. It is common for us to have this instinctive response to developmental energy when sensing a challenge to re-balance the unbalanced. Similarly, we are quite free to ignore sunsets our entire adult life.

As for the healing process in general, it is my firm belief that (in most cases) the body would naturally remain balanced and whole on all levels if it were not for our tendency to evade this process. For, as a species, we often work against those natural energetic patterns by either over-emphasizing (pushing) or under-expressing (thwarting) them. This is all largely due to the mental patterns (ideas) that get stuck in our heads. I speak of the often subtle, yet pervasive, ideas that lead us to conform, suppress, and (in short) fear. This self-healing process is further supported when meditating under pyramids.

A pyramid, like a good massage, can bring issues to the surface consciousness, and call upon us to revisit what we have pushed down. They challenge us to process that which has yet to be fully lived. One might argue that this is true with all successful energy work– as these energy patterns, uncorrupted, could otherwise keep a natural system running in accord with its harmony-seeking nature. Without any real processing, sustainable recovery is understandably less likely, as blocks and distortions will remain. Most importantly, it remains our responsibility to unburden ourselves of dis-integrative thought patterns. The rest is up to nature.

Like Kundalini

Pyramid healing energy is like a tuning fork that the body listens to– a reminder of what had been its inherent alignment. While the pyramid reminds the body, we feel safe and generally positive while under them. To work on our energy centers means a good deal of chakra cleansing and balancing. This tends to start from the bottom and work up, rising when ready for the next chakra. Kundalini, often referred to as "the serpent fire," rises as it burns and cleanses its way (more a metaphor than a sensation of heat) up, center by center. Chakra clearing and cleansing is a pyramid’s healing technique, and it takes place regardless of how much one is consciously participating.

Chakra after chakra, this rising energy works to evolve our behavioral patterns and restore balance. It cleanses and balances as it steadily rises up the spine. This process brings experiences of awakening, enlightenment and self-realization. It naturally renders us more universally loving and compassionate. For those intent on self-development (working primarily alone), it has been said that pyramids can substitute for a guru in the delicate, later stages of crown chakra work.

A Place to Heal

Meditation, all by itself, can work wonders. Add a pyramid and you’ve created an energetically safe space and a tuning fork to help maintain alignment. And, just as preventative work may keep energy centers in balance, processing patterns of misdirected energy could lead to recovery. Recovery means regaining the expression of energy through our centers. In this way, pyramids can indeed help in our self-healing, allowing us to express ourselves more fully and authentically.

It is thirty years now that I’ve worked with these pyramids. I honestly believe that I continue to overturn and ward off health crises by dealing with energetic distortions as they come about. This is regardless of whether these distortions are caused by invasive and unbalanced external energetic patterns or my own unchecked narrow perspective needing attention. This is why, after thirty years of working with pyramids, I remain passionate about the pyramidal healing shapes.

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