How to Buy a Pyramid for Meditation
To buy a pyramid for meditation means making a choice about style and size. Whether Giza or Nubian, and then how much head space you’ll need. 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. This guide can help you buy a pyramid for meditation that will work best for your needs.
Choices to Make
First of all, every pyramid on this site is:
- Built with half-inch copper pipe.
- Designed to be portable (collapsible).
- Equal in power, regardless of size.
Secondly, though our choice in pyramid will most likely be narrowed by issues such as available floor space (due to size), or affordability (due to price), there are other aspects to consider before you buy a pyramid for meditation. This includes vibration (energy)– tied to slope (Giza or Nubian), intended activity (positions, postures, etc.) and finally, whether it requires assembly. To proceed, click ‘Giza’ or ‘Nubian’ above, then explore the range of activities that are feasible for each size to get a sense of what pyramid would work best for your practice.
Shape, Size and Model
- Shapes: Angles and Slope. We offer two basic shapes (slopes) for consideration, based on the existing Giza or Nubian pyramids.
- Sizes: For Positions, Postures. Some pyramids only allow for lying down, while others allow for sitting, sitting on a pillow, sitting in a chair, even standing.
- Model: Assembly or Non-Assembly. Some pyramids require assembly while others do not. For those outside the US (or Canada), non-assembly models may be made assembly models to ship overseas (package length restrictions).
Esoteric Differences, Giza and Nubian (in a Nutshell)
The nature of a pyramid’s energy comes from the slope of it’s sides. Both Giza and Nubian slopes express key vibrational patterns– each acting as tuning fork and guide for areas of life associated with heart and throat chakras, respectively. Those shopping for copper pyramids may benefit from some understanding of the energetic difference between Giza and Nubian angles.
This choice can be made intuitively (by which is most compelling) or by a more thoughtful approach, given what one may believe to be one’s needs developmentally. Giza, traditionally the more popular choice, is associated with the heart chakra. The heart chakra is the center-most of the seven main chakras and is considered a master healer and will therefore allow for work on all other chakras. The Nubian, which is seeing an upsurge of interest, is associated with the throat chakra, which deals primarily with a person’s calling, personal empowerment and with personal responsibility (throat = speaking one’s truth).