March 6, 2023

Pyramid To Heaven Journey: 2 Hours Of Theta Meditation Music

Pyramid To Heaven Journey: 2 Hours Of Theta Meditation Music

What kind of a spiritual message does "Journey to Heaven's Pyramid" try to convey? In order to represent the mountain of the cosmos, both the Mayans and the ancient Egyptians built pyramids with stepping staircases that culminated in temples.

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How Does The Journey To Heaven's Pyramid Represent Spiritually?

The Mayans and ancient Egyptians constructed stepped pyramids with temples at the top to symbolize the cosmic mountain. The pyramid represents fire or masculinity when its apex is pointed upward in magic and alchemy; when it is inverted, it means water or femininity.

The pyramids of the ancient Egyptians are among the most recognizable and enigmatic buildings in human history. People have pondered their actual purpose for ages.

A triangle's bases are joined to create a pyramid, a three-dimensional geometric object. Pyramids are frequently said to be symbolic of the ideas of rebirth, death, and the afterlife.

The pyramid has traditionally represented a greater awareness of strength and energy. The pyramid represents the fusion of the self and the soul spiritually. The pyramid's base represents the physical self, the sides represent spiritual aspirations, and the summit point represents the harmonious coexistence of the human and the divine.

Seeing A Pyramid In Meditation

Geometric patterns are frequently visible during meditation. Many people say that while they are in a deep state of meditation, they see all kinds of shapes and colors. So, don't freak out if you see a pyramid while meditating. It's pretty typical.

The meaning of seeing a pyramid while in meditation is open to many scholars' interpretations down through the ages. Some think it symbolizes the third eye chakra, believed to be our capacity to perceive things beyond the physical realm.

No matter what it means to you personally, seeing a pyramid while in meditation is unquestionably a good omen. Others see it as a sign of progress and development on the spiritual plane. Keep an open mind and practice patience if you're intrigued about what else you might observe while in meditation.

Your particular experience will probably influence the shapes and colors you see. Who knows, maybe you'll get to see a pyramid!

There Are Two Spiritual Elements To Everyone

In addition to our true inner, divine self, our body and brain contribute to our distinct egoist identity. With spiritual practice, we understand that we cannot confine ourselves to the body and mind but must unite with the Universal Consciousness.

The ability of a pyramid to channel or gather energy from the upper planes of the stars, planets, and Universe and bring it to earth is what gives it its tremendous power. The pointed apex of the pyramid symbolizes having access to higher realms of Consciousness, while the pyramid's base stands for a solid, earthy foundation.

Others speculate that they might have been used for astronomical observations or as part of an excellent scheme for the afterlife. Some assume they were constructed as tombs for pharaohs and their consorts.

In actuality, we are unsure about the purpose of the pyramids. There is little doubt that the ancient Egyptians spent much time and energy creating these fantastic temples. But there is evidence to support the idea that they had numerous functions. They were probably employed as both graves and temples and perhaps even as a prestige symbol for the governing class.

Moreover, we may still admire them now as one of humankind's finest accomplishments, whatever their actual function may have been or is understood today. strives to present meditation concepts that connect east and west, tradition and science in a non-sectarian way, from multiple traditions and not promoting any particular technique or method.

One important principle I try to accomplish is to take complex ideas about meditation and the not-so-well understood meditation principles to help you understand how they can fit into your life.

To your success in meditation!

Don Weyant/Founder

NOTE: Listen to this audio file as much as you want in a comfortable position, whether sitting or lying down. For best results, we strongly suggest listening with headphones. 

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***This work is not meant to replace medical or counseling guidance from a qualified practitioner. Please get professional care if you suffer from a physical or mental disease.