Pyramid of the MIND

A pyramid is resonant to the earth’s magnetic field and creates a life force energy. Pyra comes from the Greek word fire and mid from the Latin word Mede which means middle. So Pyramid is actually “Fire in the middle”. Fire in the middle is an apt description for the natural life energy force that is found in the centre of the Pyramid.

The shape of Pyramid is like the Carbon Atom which is one of the base structures of creation. The Carbon Atom is a tetrahedron and has the inherent characteristic that when aligned to magnetic north, rings and sings. The pyramid shape acts like a lens and focuses the earth’s magnetism.

All pyramids, whether they are in Egypt or elsewhere on the planet earth, are aligned to the magnetic north, which amplifies their energy!

This energy is life force source energy, which surrounds all life form when active. the pyramid attracts positive etheric energy and converts the negative into positive ions.

Throughout the day in your waking state, your EEG – (electroencephalograph)  will display all 5 types of brain waves at the same time.  However, one particular brain wave will be dominant depending on the state of consciousness that you are in. 

  • GAMMA Waves
  • Involved in higher processing tasks as well as cognitive functioning. Gamma waves are important for learning, memory and information processing
  • Frequency range: 40 Hz to 100 Hz (Highest)
  • Too much: Anxiety, high arousal, stress
  • Too little: ADHD, depression, learning disabilities
  • Optimal: Binding senses, cognition, information processing, learning, perception, REM sleep
  • Increase gamma waves: Meditation
  • BETA Waves
  • Frequency range: 12 Hz to 40 Hz (High)
  • Too much: Adrenaline, anxiety, high arousal, inability to relax, stress
  • Too little: ADHD, daydreaming, depression, poor cognition
  • Optimal: Conscious focus, memory, problem solving
  • Increase beta waves: Coffee, energy drinks, various stimulants
  • Having too much beta may lead to us experiencing excessive stress and/or anxiety. The higher beta frequencies are associated with high levels of arousal. When you drink caffeine or have another stimulant, your beta activity will naturally increase.
  • ALPHA Waves
  • This frequency bridges the gap between our conscious thinking and subconscious mind. The frequency range between beta and theta. It helps us calm down when necessary and promotes feelings of deep relaxation.
  • Frequency range: 8 Hz to 12 Hz (Moderate)
  • Too much: Daydreaming, inability to focus, too relaxed
  • Too little: Anxiety, high stress, insomnia, OCD
  • Optimal: Relaxation
  • Increase alpha waves: Alcohol, marijuana, relaxants, some antidepressants
  • THETA Waves
  • Involved in daydreaming and sleep. Theta waves are connected and these allow us to experiencing and feeling deep and raw emotions. Too much theta activity may make people prone to bouts of depression and may make them ‘highly suggestible’ based on the fact that they are in a deeply relaxed, semi-hypnotic state. Theta has its benefits of helping improve our intuition, creativity, and makes us feel more natural. It is also involved in restorative sleep. As long as theta isn’t produced in excess during our waking hours, it is a very helpful brain wave range.
  • Frequency range: 4 Hz to 8 Hz (Slow)
  • Too much: ADHD, depression, hyperactivity, impulsivity, inattentiveness
  • Too little: Anxiety, poor emotional awareness, stress
  • Optimal: Creativity, emotional connection, intuition, relaxation
  • Increase theta waves: Depressants
  • DELTA Waves
  • As we age, we produce less delta even during deep sleep. Delta is associated with the deepest levels of relaxation and restorative, healing sleep. Involved in unconscious bodily functions such as regulating heart beat and digestion. Adequate production of delta waves helps us feel completely rejuvenated after we wake up from a good night’s sleep. If there is abnormal delta activity, an individual may experience learning disabilities or have difficulties maintaining conscious awareness (such as in cases of brain injuries).
  • Frequency range: 0 Hz to 4 Hz (Slowest)
  • Too much: Brain injuries, learning problems, inability to think, severe ADHD
  • Too little: Inability to rejuvenate body, inability to revitalize the brain, poor sleep
  • Optimal: Immune system, natural healing, restorative / deep sleep
  • Increase delta waves: Depressants, sleep

For example, if you are awake, but have really bad ADHD, you may have more slow wave (alpha and/or theta) activity than beta waves. During sleep usually there are combinations of the slower frequencies, but even gamma has been found to be involved in rapid-eye movement (REM).

When meditating and using a Pyramid, either as a hat or to sit inside for meditative experiences, this gives the meditator a strong ionization effect within the body.

Here how it works: Negative ions enhance the oxygen intake of the human body and through that, strengthen, concentration and capacity of the human being activates. The endocrine glands of the body are activated through the vibration of the electrical precursing field of pyramids. This balances the precursing energyfield around the endocrine glands and makes expanded consciousness.

Some meditators use a head pyramid, adding that it helps the brain retain its theta frequency state and waking consciousness while sleeping or meditating.

Theta is the state of mind where you can create everything and change reality instantly. Deep meditation brings us into this state, and is favourable for instant healing. It’s a very powerful mental state of deep meditation, deep relaxation and mental clarity. It relieves stress and reduces anxiety in people prone to it, and brings absolute perfect calm. Theta governs the part of our mind that lies between the conscious and the subconscious, and also directs our beliefs and behaviour. It allows you to act below the level of the conscious mind, and will bring feelings of spirituality and inspiration. Theta can be compared to a kind of trance, and it’s the first stage of dreaming.

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