Our 3 Favorite Ways to use this Copper Pyramid:
- Charge your jewelry & crystals with positive energy - just place them beneath the pyramid overnight and they'll be fresh and ready to go the next morning!
- Send distance healing energy - set the pyramid on your altar and place the name (or better yet, a photo!) of the person you'd like to send healing to inside of the pyramid. You can really amp things up by adding a crystal grid around the photo!
- Amp up your manifesting practice - place the pyramid in your sacred space and put a small bowl inside of the pyramid. Write down all the things you'd like to manifest on little slips of paper and add them to the bowl where they can be amplified by the energy of the pyramid!
The History of Copper:
Copper was the earliest metal discovered and developed by mankind. The human race began developing technology through this easy-to-find, easy-to-work metal, and it is still very important today. Plumbing pipes, electrical wiring, and the Statue of Liberty are made of copper. It’s also the key element in important alloys, such as bronze, brass and sterling silver.
Copper was the earliest metal to come into common use all over the world. One of the reasons is that it’s often found in a relatively pure form, close to the surface. This natural formation of metal is called “native copper.” In the Midwest, we have our own native copper mines in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, where Native Americans discovered copper nuggets. Over time, they learned to use stone mauls to hammer the metal out into a foil, using fire and water to make it less brittle. Once they had the pure foil, they could use it to form lots of useful, decorative and ceremonial objects. In various Native American cultures, copper was turned into beads, tools, rings, earrings, weapons, armor and bells.
*Energy Healing is not meant to replace conventional medicine, but rather to complement and enhance it. Information within this site is metaphysical in nature and is by no means medical. Energy healing should only be used with the understanding that it is not an independent therapy, but rather is just part of a holistic healing approach to wellness.