Meditation is a trending topic in many circles today. Although, the practice has been around for thousands of years. Many people do not have a clue about meditation. Some people do not even know how to meditate. Now you add a pyramid into the equation and things can get really complicated for a newbie. By the way my name is Garth Harvey. I am the creator of a new style of pyramid known as the MUR Lifestyle Meditation Pyramid. What I will be describing in this post is the why's and the how's many people meditate with a pyramid.
Well, allow me to begin to shed some light on the fine art known as pyramid meditation with, a meditation pyramid. Pyramid meditation is nothing more than the practice of meditating with a pyramid. I know what you are thinking. Why would someone use a pyramid to meditate? Well, what most people do not recognize or, at least take for granted is the fact that all shapes emit energy. This energy these shapes emit also influences our behavior. Have you ever gone into someone's home and felt either a calming vibe or discordant vibe. Well, part of the reason why you feel the way you do is because of the shape the structure. Furniture does play apart. But, the shape of the room/home is what will dictate how you interact with the environment you are in.
How do pyramids fit into this equation? Simple, a pyramid is a geometric structure that emits a specific style of energy that is different from most other shapes. This specific shape has been proven by independent scientists to sharpen razor blades and to prevent immediate putrification of food from a day or two to over a week in some experiments.
There are many theories about the great pyramid of Giza and it's purpose. If you ask me, the pyramid of Giza was a structure built to figure out how to prolong life on earth. When you apply the science of ancient pyramidology to a smaller personal pyramid. What you will get is an opportunity not so much to prolong life. What you will get is an opportunity to engage with an energy that promotes the quality of life.
Best Type Pyramids For Meditation What are the best type of pyramids for meditation purposes? This is would depend on what the user is trying to accomplish. There are many types artistic looking pyramids that are based off the Giza pyramid specs. But, there are only two types of of traditional pyramids offered on the market. First, is the pyramid with no faces, just edges. Second, is the pyramid with faces and edges. From my own personal research, I have found that the pyramid with faces provided a much more energetic experience than the pyramid with out faces. The faceless pyramid interacts more with the surrounding energy making the meditative experience a bit more distracting. Although, the distracting part did not seem to phase those who have experience with meditation as much. This study was performed with thirteen people.