Copper Pyramids for Meditation, Healing, etc.
Welcome to Inner Fire Pyramids. We build copper pyramids for meditation and healing. Meditators worldwide choose our pyramids for their affordability, practicality and simplicity of design. Over 1000 pyramids sold (see maps, right).
We are a small, family-based business with roots in the early new age movement. We started offering pyramids online in 2011. Our customers are drawn to meditation, yoga, energy work, and healing— and pyramids! They love their pyramids. In appreciation, they've left us hundreds of five-star pyramid reviews.
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Most Popular Pyramids
Copper pyramids for meditation, yes, however pyramids energize and enhance any activity that involves centering, grounding or deep healing (whether alone or with others). For many, copper pyramids become an energetic sanctuary for the practice of self-healing, chakra balancing, reiki, and massage.
Choosing a Pyramid
You may already be clear on what it is you're looking for in a pyramid. If not, we've isolated two essential questions that may help. These two questions relate to: 1) the nature of the energy (which is generated by the slope– Giza or Nubian); and 2) size (which will depend on what you intend to do inside the pyramid).
- Criteria / Corresponding Question
- Slope creates a type of energy. Q: What do I want to work on?
- Size allows space for practice. Q: How do I want to work on it?
Example: (1) I want to work on opening my heart. The Giza slope is associated with the heart chakra, so I'll probably want a Giza. (2) My practice of choice is yoga, so I'll need a pyramid with enough space to allow for that degree of movement.
Pyramid Slope and Size
To answer the first question on slope, one might consider reading more about the two we offer, Giza and Nubian, and how their energies differ. Giza and Nubian amount to two different pyramid meditation techniques. Depending on what one is working on personally, one energy might be more suitable than the other.
Once you've answered the first question, consider what types of postures or movements might work best for you. If you intend only to sit and meditate, then this greatly simplifies things. If, however, you would like to lie down, stretch or practice yoga, then you will need more space.
Another important thing to pay attention to is how much floor space (square feet) you have available. We've provided charts throughout that make clear each pyramid's floor space needs. To take a closer look at our selection of sizes (for both Giza and Nubian), consider the page series Help Me Choose a Pyramid.