Three-dimensional composition “The Pyramid“ (Cesukai, Merkines sen., Varenos r.)
Performer of a musical work: Gitara 065
Description of the Pyramid and the Method of Use
The pyramid is a regular, trilateral, open frame structure, positioned on a smooth concrete base. There is a small, rectangular plate at eye level at the mid-position of each side, on which a brief description of the function of that particular side is inscribed.
Moving in a clockwise direction, the first side is called the side of “God the Father,” the second side is called the side of “God the Son,” and the third side is called the side of “God the Holy Spirit.”
Three concentric circles are inscribed on the base within the pyramid: an outer circle, a middle circle and an inner circle.
The person seeking help should stand just outside the pyramid, at the mid-position of the first wall, facing the centre of the pyramid. He should cross himself and, whilst holding his hands with the palms uppermost, offer a prayer of worship to God, the Creator of the Universe.
Staying outside the pyramid, the person should then move to the mid-position of the second wall, and face the centre of the pyramid. Here, the person addresses God, with a request to heal a particular disease or to solve a particular problem. The person may think about the part of his/her body affected by the disease, so that the accumulated divine energy can be directed there. After this, the person should pray sincerely, because healing takes place at this side during the prayer.
Remaining outside the pyramid, the person should then move to the mid-position of the third wall, and face the centre of the pyramid. Here, the person should concentrate on the spiritual aspects of his life and, in prayer, request from God an improvement in spiritual health, for blessings and spiritual guidance, as well as help with spiritual matters of personal importance.
After this prayer, the person should then enter the pyramid, which has its entrance at the mid-position of the third wall, the wall of “God the Holy Spirit.” It is permissible to enter further inside the pyramid at these three places:
1) to the outer circle, to stand between the outer and middle lines;
2) to the middle circle, to stand between the middle and inner lines;
3) to the inner circle, to stand inside it, but on no account on the mark of the “heart” representing the centre of the pyramid.
The person should be inside the pyramid in sequence in every circle in a prayerful and appreciative state for 2-3 minutes.