Pyramid Slopes (Giza and Nubian)
When we prepare to buy a pyramid for meditation we are presented with a choice, Giza or Nubian. Choosing will depend on what energy we'd like to work with, as the different slopes offer different energetic influences. The nature of a pyramid's energy is created by the slope of it's sides. It may benefit us to understand more about the energetic differences between Giza and Nubian slopes on meditation, healing and/or self-development.
Pyramid Slopes and our Energy Centers (Chakras)
Giza and Nubian slopes express key vibrational patterns, both acting much like a tuning fork. We might choose between the two slopes intuitively (i.e. by which is most compelling), or we might take a more thoughtful approach, given what we sense is needed developmentally. To get a clearer sense of what is needed in terms of self-development, we might take a look at the human chakra system.
The Giza slope, traditionally the more popular choice, is associated with the heart chakra. As the heart chakra is the center-most of the seven main chakras, it is considered a master healer. Working through the master healer allows us to work on all seven chakras. The Nubian slope is associated with the throat chakra and helps us to focus on issues such as personal empowerment and personal responsibility. In either case, gemstones associated with any of the seven chakras can be added (as capstones or within a pyramid) to more specifically focus energy.
After Slope, Consider Size
How much floor space do your have? Will you be sitting? Do you use pillows? What posture? Do you lie down, sit, stretch or stand? We can help you choose, whether it's going to be meditation only, or if your practice might include Yoga, Massage or Reiki. Whether Giza or Nubian, each size allows for a certain scope of activity. Use the main menu above to select "Pyramids > Pyramids by Activity" to consider size for each slope based on your intended activity (i.e sitting, standing).