Pyramid Healing

What is Pyramid Meditation?

Pyramids have been found worldwide from Egypt, China, Mexico, Peru, Rome, Chile, and more. There are many theories on the pyramids from being built as a tomb, for religious purposes, as power plants.

The ancient Egyptians thought pyramids drawdown and magnified energy.  These structures are storehouses of energy as they are built to incline towards Earth’s magnetic field and are perfect receivers and transmitters of cosmos energy.

 

The one we use for meditation or healing sessions is made of copper.  Copper specifically enables our bodies to form red blood cells and also plays a role in metabolic functions.  We get copper through our diet (by eating beans, spinach, whole grains, shiitake mushrooms, oysters, lobster, dark chocolate, and beef liver).  For thousands of years, copper has been used as a healing mineral. Placed upon the skin to heal wounds, increase blood circulation, ease stiff joints, and increase energy.  It's also been praised for helping to enhance psychic abilities.  We also know that copper is a natural conductor of energy, heat and electricity.

 

Knowing the power of the pyramid shape and the conductivity of copper, a copper pyramid makes for the perfect tool to charge the items within its boundaries. Meditating under such a structure is called ‘Pyramid Meditation,’ and it gives the best results.

 

What Are Copper Pyramid Benefits?

  • Increased energy

  • Enhanced focus

  • Quicker plant growth

  • Stress reduction

  • Offers relief from Arthritis

  • Improves Cognitive Abilities

  • Balances Hormone Levels

  • Enhanced crystal charging

  • Energy infusion for essential oils, crystal healing jewelry, etc

 

Pyramids are powerhouses of cosmos energy and meditating under them benefits the body immensely. Come and see for yourself.  Wear loose clothes and make sure you don’t have any gadgets in the surroundings, except a music system if you prefer some soothing music.   Hope to see you soon!

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