The practice of Meditation varies greatly based on where you are in your journey. For some it is a blissful release of one's anxieties of the future and the simultaneous shedding of our guilty past. A reminder of who we really wish to show up in the world and how we wish to impact ourselves and those around us. But for many many others, the act of meditating is a task. A process that takes time out of our day to wrestle our thoughts down to the ground and subdue them. A back and forth between our rational thinking mind and our deep need for answers. This is often the case for those who are very logical, forward thinking creatures. Imaginative dreamers who are here to do, create, and build! We want so deeply for answers and solutions that we can not settle our own mind long enough to go deeply into the peace and calm that meditation provides. I resonate with this deeply as this was my experience that kept me from truly going savoring my meditation practices.
Truly and honestly, it does not have to be that way. There is no need to spend an hour a day in a dark room void of distractions to get 5 good minutes of deep meditation. Specific people from civilizations long long ago have realized this, whether through secret mystery schools, near death experiences, or pure alignment with their environment and their higher self. All over the world they erected monuments to remind us that this unified experience is built from a set of principles that combine both sacred math, and our divine ability to manifest our own reality.
These monuments are built with a striking amount of detail and accuracy, whether its size in relation to the cosmos, their direction in accordance with true magnetic north, or their proportions as they relate to the Golden mean or Phi Ratio. All of these aspects are not merely based on how much material was available, or where the most convenient place to build was, but rather knowledge handed down through millenia, left in structures that would survive the harshest of cataclysms.
The hidden truth of these striking masterpieces are not sealed away in a chamber within these structures, but lay on its surface, in the sum of all its parts, its length to its height, its angles in relation to its size and width. All these aspects reveal a way to connect with our environment, so deeply, so simply, that it can place us at the very edge of reality. Where the novelist and brightest of ideas of our time come pouring in. Bringing together like minds for the purpose of co-creation. Providing all the tools and synchronicities necessary to manifest things beyond the dreams of any one individual.
For you see, the secret of the pyramid has nothing to do with what can be found inside of it, but who you are able to become once you depart from it.
With Love and Respect, I invite you to realize your power within. The power I feel in you, by experiencing what these Pyramids are capable of in your presence.
Zaid Ingonyama Sri Anta