Pyramid healing is an alternative healing practice that is based on the concept that the shape of the pyramid provides a means of tapping into the healing energy that surrounds every living thing. Pyramids are found in many different cultures, and are often associated with growth, production, and vitality. Practitioners use simple handheld pyramids to direct this pyramid healing power and heal ailments as general fatigue, depression and anxiety, tension, and even the common cold.
Methodology of healing:
Some healers use blends of scented herbs that are believed to help the patient relax, while others use candles or incense to accomplish the same end. The patient is placed in a room where sunlight is ample. A small pyramid is held in the hand by the practitioner and it is gently applied to the surface of the skin, or hovered just above the skin. Each technique serves as a conduit for energy to correct the imbalance between mind, body, and spirit that is leading to the ailment.
Other practitioners include other elements, chant mantras or use gentle music while moving the pyramid over the body, in order to help focus the mind and allow it to connect with the universal consciousness. Pyramid healing can be done without the addition of other techniques.
In addition to formal healing sessions, pyramid healing is done with the use of jewellery in the shape of a pyramid. Ideally, the pyramid is constructed using natural elements, such as wood, stone, or even glass blown using the purest sand available, since natural materials are said to be superior conduits of energy.
Pyramid therapy is not accepted by Orthodox medical practitioners:
Pyramid therapy is controversial and western medical practitioners discount this approach to healing as having nothing more than a placebo effect. However there is a substantial body of anecdotal evidence. Some of those who claim to have received healing from pyramid treatments note that other forms of treatment provided little to no relief. Often, healing does not occur during a single session; this means that the patient is likely to undergo multiple sessions over a period of time before noticing a difference in his or her symptoms.