Pirouetting Upon The Edge Of The Pyramid.

If you aren’t a dancer then perhaps I should explain that a pirouette is when one is spinning on one toe, possibly quite a few in a row, so doing it on the edge of a pyramid is a physical challenge indeed! Esoterically it is full of symbolism, many of the conspiracy theories have pyramids in the story and they can’t all be wrong, let’s face it, there is definitely something rotten in the state of Denmark.  Someone mentioned Egypt to me today when I was at market, a brief spontaneous reading I received although I am probably more drawn to ancient structures in South America, there are pyramids there too.

pyramidconspiracySo the pyramid may be the sometimes precarious balance as the corrupt and power-hungry influences try to maintain a status quo that does it best to keep large numbers in poverty. Dancing and  refusing to toe the line and do things the way that you are supposed to, living a full life and being happy as you explore the inner realms, opening up as I become the Love that I AM. All this and more keeps me safe from the cultural engineers mentioned in my last post!

For me the pyramid is also a symbol of balance and grace, a gateway to other dimensions, the journeys that excite me the most tend to happen within my own awareness. Of course sharing that space is quite delicious too, bring in another unique awareness and it seems to expand by much more than a simple doubling, more like to the power of 10 at times. That’s with the energy of love powering the process, when you are in your heart and happy things tend to flow more smoothly, and if they don’t you tend to handle it much better.

Not perfection at all, instead the thrill of the edge as you spin and spin, seeing myriad possibilities in every turn, knowing that there are hands ready to steady you if you lose your balance. Feeling safe enough to let go of whatever is no longer serving you, letting go…………and transforming.

Shanti, shanti, shanti…………….

2 responses to “Pirouetting Upon The Edge Of The Pyramid.

  1. visit your blog, read an interesting article. thank you friends for sharing and greetings compassion 🙂

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