Pyramid Healing - TAPPING COSMIC ENERGY
by Niladri Moitra
Life is pure flame and we live as if by an invisible sun burning within us.
—Sir Thomas Brown
Built first in ancient Egypt, the gateway to heaven, where operations to activate and govern the heavenly forces were the call of the day, the pyramids is an enigma for the modern human mind.
Standing majestically through 30 centuries, they have survived time and the arid desert climate of Egypt. What puzzles us today is—why were they built in the first place? Were they intended to be astronomical observatories? Or to preserve the bodies of deceased pharaohs? Or to harness cosmic energy?
A few years ago, while examining the body of an Egyptian princess excavated from a pyramid, researchers found that her skin cells were so well preserved that they were capable of restoring to life even 3,000 years after her death. It is now believed that one of the major functions of pyramids was to harness the cosmic energies, which kept the pyramid interiors fresh and energized and hence the well-preserved mummies.
Two Indians who have been investigating the mystery of pyramids are Dr Dhara Bhatt and her father, Prof Jiten Bhatt, founder of pynergy and pyra vastu. They have developed the pyramid yantra to use the pyramids' unique characteristics to harness cosmic energy. Dhara Bhatt's Pyramid Yantra for Feng Shui and Vastu, published recently, explores pyramids and pyramid yantra, how they work and how to use them in one's life.
In the word 'pyramid', pyra means fire, the Universal Life Energy or cosmic force, and mid stands for middle. So a pyramid harnesses cosmic energy and preserves it in its bosom. Experiments and testimonials affirm changes in the mental, physical and emotional states of individuals after exposure to pyramid vibrations. These seem to affect the aura, which is a field of electromagnetic energy surrounding each object, living and non-living. The differences before and after exposure to pyramid vibrations have shown up in Kirlian photographs. There is a noticeable difference in the size and quality of the aura, the photographs being brighter and larger after exposure to pyramids.
Most ancient civilizations were aware of these properties of pyramids. Though not as accurate as in Egypt, pyramidal structures have been discovered in Mexico, South America, Himalayan valleys, China, Siberia, Central America, Cambodia, Africa, France, England and the USA. In India, pyramidal shapes were combined with domes in temple architecture. The main idol was placed under a pyramidal rooftop to generate energy in the devotees. Unfortunately, with modern architecture shifting to the flattened roof concept, this unique science of harnessing unseen cosmic energies became obsolete, and with it the knowledge of pyramids.
THE PYRAMID YANTRA
Says Dr Jiten Bhatt: "Due to our unawareness of the holistic concept of living, we are spoiling the vital etheric body of the earth with chemicals, pollution and nuclear radiation. These affect us physiologically and psychologically." The pyramid yantra has been developed to rectify this.
The pyramid yantra is a miniature version of a pyramid. It can be a single pyramid or a set (usually in multiples of nine) of pyramids arranged either horizontally or vertically (one above another), called 'multier'.
Though stone, being natural, is the best material for making pyramid yantras, it is difficult to accurately carve miniscule pyramids on it. Hence neutron polymers are used. The colour of the yantra should preferably be white so that it can absorb energies of all colours of the spectrum. Metals should never be used, as that will short-circuit the smaller pyramids inside.
Pyramid yantras help balance the 'fa' (father, masculine) and 'maa' (mother, feminine) energies. Their own fa and maa energies are balanced, which harmonizes the space in which they are kept. In turn, the entire house's fa and maa energies are harmonized. This is because the pyramid yantra, when placed in a room, brings about negative ionization and reduces the proportion of positive ions, thus revitalizing the air.
Strong vibrations of cosmic energy harnessed by the pyramid yantra can create wonders. Shaving blades placed inside it in a north-south alignment get sharpened. Placing dry cells inside the yantra for about a week recharges them. The taste, nutritive value and durability of beverages, confectionaries, fruits, vegetables and meat are enhanced when they are stored inside the yantra. The yield from seeds increases and sprouts become richer in vitamin, mineral and enzyme content by placing them in the yantra.
Medicines, creams and lotions placed under the pyramid become more effective. You can experience healing by simply placing a pyramid over a hurt or wound. If you keep a pyramid atop or sit under one while meditating, it will help attain accelerated and deeper states of meditation. Moreover, water kept under a pyramid gets energized and acts not only as a tonic, but also gives instant relief in skin injuries, insect bites and skin rashes. Petrol, when charged with pyramid power is said to give more mileage.
Recognizing pyramids, immense harmonizing powers, Prof Jiten Bhatt has developed pyra vastu that rectifies vastu doshas (negativities) using specialized pyramid yantras. Pyra vastu is based on the theory that every change in this universe occurs due to rearrangement of sub-atomic particles, for which space is required. Once space is bounded, it works in two ways—independently within the boundary, and in harmony with outer space. Prof Bhatt says: "Knowing how to utilize this bounded space will help us make optimum use of it. The pyramid yantra derives its power from the permutation, combination and interaction of such spaces."
About pyra vastu, he says: "In pyra vastu, mind, spirit and environment are harmonized by placing pre-programmed pyramid yantras at appropriate locations for health, happiness and prosperity and to rectify vastu and feng shui defects without physically altering our home or workplace. Based on Vedic principles, pyra vastu seeks to bring in harmony one's life with the universe."
SOME PYRA VASTU GUIDELINES
Activating the Brahmasthala
In vastu, the brahmasthala (center of the house) is given much importance. To activate it, Prof Bhatt prescribes placing nine multier pyramids inside a pit dug at the center of the home.
Rectifying an irregular shaped plot: One can use pyramid yantras to create a square or rectangle by activating the brahmasthala and making angles with pyramids in the corners of the plot. Similarly, if a plot does not have a center, it can be divided into sub-plots and symmetries can be carved accordingly.
For Multi-Storied Apartments
You can either fix nine multier pyramids on the ceiling, or place some pyra chips (miniscule pyramids) beneath tiles or even fix a pyramid yantra in the centre of any wall.
For an Obstruction in the Center
If there is a wall in the center of the home, the dosha can be rectified by placing three multiers on the wall along with pyra angles (L-shaped pyramids) on the four corners. If there is a staircase, you can put eight pyramid multiers around it or fix pyra-strips on the ceiling above it. If there is a pillar in the center, divide the plot into two using pyra-strips and activate the centers of each sub-plot separately.
For the Kitchen
Kitchens facing the toilet are against vastu, which can be rectified by fixing a pyramid yantra on the ceiling, facing downwards, between the two doors. If one has to cook facing the south, which is against vastu, then multier pyramids should be fixed on the southern
For the Bedroom
You can create a southwest facing bedroom, in case it is oriented otherwise, by fixing three pyramids each at the southern and western walls of your bedroom. If your bedroom faces a toilet, mirror or a door, which is not vastu-compliant, then you can fix some pyramids in between. You can enhance the quality of your sleep by placing nine specially designed 'vastu sleep' pyramids under your mattress.
A Wish Machine
The pyramid yantra can be used for wish fulfillment too, says Dhara Bhatt in Pyramid Yantra for Feng Shui and Vastu. For this, you need to place your wish in a pyramid yantra written clearly with red ink on a white piece of paper measuring about 70x70 mm. Replace the pyramid's top after placing the wish inside the cosmic dome. Sit calmly in a quiet place and hold the wish machine in your left hand placing your right hand on it. Repeat your wish for two minutes and then keep the machine in a safe place. Do this twice every day until your wish is fulfilled.
To make this wish machine more effective, you can sit with it facing the direction corresponding to your wish. East is for love, peace, harmony, spirituality, happiness and fame; west for health, disease, physical fitness and relationships; north for money, property and other material possessions and south for protection against enemies and evil.
You can always draw yourself in the desired circumstances along with the written wish or place your photograph, hair sample, blood sample or any other personal object with the written wish in the pyramid. You can take your wish machine to temples, churches or any other spiritual place for enhanced effect. The most effective way for wish fulfillment is to visualize yourself entering the core of the machine as a light body and envisaging yourself in the desired position.
Does this seem improbable? Can wish fulfillment be explained rationally? Though the scientific explanation for the working of the wish machine is yet to be discovered, we do know that our thoughts create vibrations that are eventually received by others, including inanimate objects. The wish machine combines this with pyramid power. The pyramid yantra provides one with favorable conditions and its strong vibrations help reinforce our intention to materialize our wishes.
Subject: Design for home for meditators - 13 May 2013
You give scientific understanding for a least problematic house. I have a west facing plot and considering to construct a house (Plot area 35x60, I will keep leave open space (back side - 10ft., south - 10 ft. and front side i.e. west - 15ft.) I planned ground & 1st floor and on the top of bed room More...
by: S S P Bhushan
Subject: Piramides - 14 April 2012
Can you please tell me the exact measurements that a piramide should have?
by: Patricia e Wildner
Subject: south facing house - 17 February 2012
HI, I am looking to buy a south facing house, I have been told that there is a remedy by installing 5 pyramids in strategic location & hanumnaji‘s idol/picture at the entrence. is this true? can you help?
Subject: Defining center of the house - 26 January 2012
Hi, Do you take measurements to identify exact center to place the pyramids or approximate centre is ok?
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