Pyramid In Meditation
The word Pyramid comes from the Greek word ‘Pyro’ which means fire and ‘Amid’ meaning in the middle, which sums up to say fire-in-the-middle. When this tool is used with precision, it will also bring about wonders of health, happiness and harmony in life.
Pyramids by far use cosmic energy to ward off most of the impediments in Sadhana. Apart from their vast healing powers and their significance in the science of Vastu, Pyramids of perfect dimensions can also speed up the spiritual progress of an aspirant as they enhance the effect by almost three times. It is now established that the technology of Pyramids is quite ancient and even more earlier than the Egyptian Pyramids, and the energy emanating from the Pyramids appear to be the matrix of all living things, linking everything with the human being. Pyramid structure has been extensively used in temple architecture.
This can be verified when we visit any ancient temple which generally contains a ‘Kalyani’ in the shape of an inverted Pyramid and the orientation above the sanctum sanctorum where the main idol is placed, will be in the shape of an upright Pyramid. We ‘cleanse’ ourselves by bathing in the ‘Kalyani’ to get rid of the dirt—both physical and mental. Later, when we enter the temple and face the main idol to pay obeisance, we get a charge of positive energy from the main idol, nay, it is from the Pyramid orientation above the idol.
As a result we feel gratified and experience peace and tranquillity. Pyramids can be constructed using any material such as cement, mortar, stone, bricks, glass, paper, cardboard, fibre, wood, acrylic, bamboo, crystal etc. However, it is suggested to avoid iron and steel while making Pyramids. Power of Pyramid gets enhanced with the use of gold, silver or copper at the apex of the Pyramid. Crystal placed inside the apex of the Pyramid also enhances its power. White is an ideal colour for any Pyramid. However, other colours are used based on the purpose, directions etc. Pyramids can be most effectively used for correction of Vastu defects. For normal applications, mark the North-South direction using a magnetic compass and align one side of the base of the Pyramid to the North-South line.