Mount Shasta Home of the Ancients Your Magical Pi Stone
Mount Shasta is located in Northern California. Our ancient ancestors knew their was a Vortex or gathering place of the earth’s energy in Mount Shasta. Ancients considered these Vortexes as a path to the Higher Dimensions of Consciousness.
I buy my Pi Stones from a special shop in Mount Shasta called Soul
Connections. A wonderful woman who lives there and works in the shop takes the stones and lays them on the Mountain, asking for a blessing from this very sacred place. My guides then pick out which stone matches your vibration. I use your Pi Stone with each of your Reiki Healing’s sessions and to initiate your Reiki Symbols. When you finish your last Reiki Attunement in the Master level, I gift you your wonderful Pi Stone.
The Pi-Stone represents your power and ability to be a conduit between the manifest and un-manifest worlds; it is the key to the hyper dimensional matrix. The shape of the stone is a representation of the human Luminous Energy Field that enters through your feet up the spine, and out your head and back down the length of your outstretched arms.
The circular shape represents the archetype for wholeness. The center represents your energetic spine, the Kundalini energy that flows through the center of your body symbolizing your own spiraling DNA. It is said that energy circulates in and around us in a similar pattern, rising in the core, through the crown and down around the luminous energy field that surrounds the body. This cycle repeats continuously. Pi stones date back to the Incas and are symbolic of how our Luminous energy field lives in the energetic universe. It is a circular stone (also referred to as a donut stone) with a hole in the middle, symbolizing the circular path the sun follows in the sky. The hole in the middle represents the eternally fixed Polar Star and the principle of absolute oneness. Pi-Stones can also represent the serpent of light (Ouroborous) swallowing its own tail, constantly creating itself and forming a circle, symbolizing the eternal unity of all things – the cycle of life, death, and rebirth.