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ARE THE EXACT MEASUREMENTS IMPORTANT FOR INNER CHANGES? WHAT IS SO SPECIAL ABOUT A PYRAMID?


ARE THE EXACT MEASUREMENTS IMPORTANT FOR

INNER CHANGES?-

06 FACTS;-

1-The measurements of a room can be calculated in such a way that meditation becomes very easy for you.The exact measurements for a

room that makes meditation most easy were determined after experimentation. Certain measurements of A room can be used either to help you to expand or contract your consciousness. The colour scheme outside and inside rooms, the fragrance in the room, and the acoustics (the properties of a room)also can be devised in such a way as to help meditation.

2-All tirthas have their own music. In fact all music was born in such places, and the music was originally created by seekers. Not only the art of music, but all dance originated in temples.Fragrance was also first used in temples.

When it became known that one could reach the divine with the help of music, it was also realized that through music one could also go astray. If a certain fragrance can help you go toward the divine, then with another fragrance one can also go towards sensuality. If in a certain kind of room one can go into meditation more quickly and easily, there are other kinds which can prevent meditation.

3-In China there are specially constructed rooms in which prisoners can be brainwashed; the dimensions are predetermined, and changes in the dimensions made brainwashing difficult.After many experiments the exact height, width and breadth of such rooms are determined, and no sooner is a prisoner brought into the room that his mind begins to become affected. The exact time it will take before his mind becomes deranged and begins to deteriorate was also determined. A certain sound was created to speed up the process of deterioration, and if a particular place on his head was hammered, the deterioration would be even faster.

4-A water pot is suspended above the prisoner's head, water slowly drips onto him in a particular rhythm. Drop by drop, the water falls on that place on his head for twenty-four hours. The prisoner is not allowed to move from that position; he cannot sit, he has to stand. Within half an hour he becomes so bored that the sound seems to become louder and louder, shattering, so much so he will feel as if a mountain is falling on top of him. That repetitive sound in the enclosure for twenty-four hours, in that particularly designed room, will shatter a person's mind; when he comes out he will not be the same person. In every way the technique will have broken him down.

5-All methods of helping a seeker were found in tirthas and temples. The bells hanging in the temple, the sounds that emanate, the incense, the flowers - their fragrance - were all prearranged. It was all designed to maintain a certain harmony whose continuity would not be broken.

If arati - a ritual with a lighted lamp - is to be done, it is always performed at fixed times, for a fixed length of time, in the morning, the afternoon and the evening, and always accompanied by the same mantra or incantation.

6-The ritual goes on at regular intervals year after year for thousands of

years.Just as when water is repeatedly distilled it changes its quality, if in a room a sound is created thousands of times, the vibrations of that room and the quality of that room changes.If a seeker is taken into that room his

transformation will be helped. As our whole individuality is built from matter, whatever changes are brought about in matter will affect our individuality too. 7-Man is such an extrovert that it is easier to change him from the outside, inner changes are difficult in the beginning; so a system was devised through which matter could be arranged to help one transform on a physical level.

There is a exact height, width and breadth for a room that makes meditation most easy,viz....

7-1-To go inside you need to walk over a bridge, and it seems as if the structure itself is emerging out of the water; this is to remind you to “drop your mind” before entering.

7-2-When you enter a place where the ceiling is very high, you have a feeling of something expanding within but meditation ia a inner journey. So roof is set rather low, although it does not touch you, you feel that something within you is compressed, contracted.Nothing actually compresses you, but within you something feels compressed which is helpful for inner changes.

8-We can mentioned the example of Taj Mahal, too. On the full moon night, when the moon comes just in the middle of the sky, the Taj Mahal becomes the greatest object of meditation that man has created. You just sit silently and look at it, and just looking at it your thoughts will subside. The beauty of it is so enormous that your mind simply feels at a loss. It cannot grasp it, so it becomes silent.

9-The caves of Ajanta and Ellora, the temples of Khajuraho, Puri, and Konarak…all these are as objective art.Objective because they are not an effort to express feelings or ideas, they are devices, so that for centuries to come people will be able to have the same taste, the same feeling, the same joy. The pyramids in Egypt are part of objective art. Just in the beginning of this century, when excavations were begun in the pyramids, a cat was found dead inside. The pyramid was three thousand years old – perhaps when they were closing the pyramid, the cat had remained inside and died.

10-For three thousand years the cat had been there, dead, but its body had not deteriorated. That was a miracle. The scientists were puzzled. Finally it was discovered that the shape of the pyramid is the cause. That particular shape of the pyramid is tremendously capable of preserving things as they are. Even if you put a dead body inside, it will be preserved. Nothing else is needed, because the shape of the pyramid changes the direction of the rays of the sun, and in that change of direction the miracle happens.

11-Now there are small plastic pyramids, glass pyramids available in the market. And people who are very much health-oriented, they just sit inside that pyramid. A small pyramid, portable – you can fold it, keep it in your suitcase – and wherever you want you can fix the pyramid up like a tent, and just sit inside it for one hour. And you will feel as immense a well-being as you have ever felt. The possibility is that if these pyramids are used widely, man’s life can be prolonged.

12-If it becomes a routine exercise for every child, in every home, in every school, in every college, life can be stretched up to three hundred years. Just one hour every day inside the pyramid, and you are not to do anything, just sit there. It is helpful in both ways: It will preserve your life, and that one hour of well-being will give you a deep feeling of meditation. The people who created the pyramids must have been mystics who had come to such a clarity, to see things which are not available to us.

WHAT IS SO SPECIAL ABOUT A PYRAMID?-

03 FACTS;-

1-Now much scientific work is being done on form. Now they say the pyramids have a certain form which helps. You can sit inside a pyramid and you will have new experiences that you may not have outside, because the form of the pyramid gives a certain shape to space, gives a certain vibration.

People have made small pyramids to keep razor blades in. And its surprising that a razor blade kept in a small pyramid can be used for years; it does not lose its sharpness.

2-The same razor blade is blunt within days without the pyramid. What happens within that space? That pyramid space somehow goes on sharpening the razor blade. This is a miracle! Now this is a scientific fact. If it can sharpen the razor blade, is it possible that it can sharpen your consciousness, that it can sharpen your mind? It is possible. They were invented by great Masters.

3-If you want to go deep in meditation, it will be easier under a pyramid, because you will need less food, less water. You can go on a long fast inside a pyramid more easily than outside. You can live with minimum expenditure of energy.

...SHIVOHAM...