Apr 132011
 

Here is the picture for today’s blog entry.

The picture shows an American woman with her hands pressed together in front of her. The picture was highlighted in a newspaper from the country of India.  The premise of this blog entry is that the Indian people were proud of something in the picture that made them want to highlight it. What could it be about what looks like nothing more than a simple picture of a woman that would instill so much pride in someone they would want to highlight the picture?

It is the position of the author of this blog, that the Indian people were proud because something in the picture makes them believe their influence, is helping the woman become aware of the pyramid within her body.

According to Happeh Theory, there is a pyramid within the human body. The pyramid associated with a healthy human body should be properly shaped,  and centered and aligned on the body, approximately as shown in the next picture.

What is it about the picture of the woman that would make the Indian people believe their influence was making her aware of the pyramid within her body?

The people of India developed a greeting gesture that is called “Namaste”. The Namaste gesture is shown in the next picture.

The Namaste gesture forms a pyramid shape using the peak of the head and the elbows.

According to Happeh Theory, the Namaste gesture was ritualized in the culture as a greeting gesture. in order to develop and strengthen the pyramid within the bodies of the people of the culture, because a strong pyramid within the body is associated with good health, strong mental faculties, and the development of psychic abilities.

Making the Namaste gesture perhaps 50 times a day every day as they greeted the people in their lives, would exercise the pyramid within their body 50 times day, because in order to make the Namaste gesture with the arms, their body pyramid must conform itself to the shape of the pyramid within it.

It is the position of the author of this blog that the Indian people who highlighted the example picture, believe their influence on the American women by greeting her with the Namaste gesture all of the time, has made the American woman unconsciously aware of the pyramid within her body. The evidence for that conclusion is that in what looks like a completely unconscious manner, the American woman is holding her hands clasped together up by her head,

in a way that creates a pyramid shape.

The American woman’s gesture is different from the example Namaste gesture in that the American woman’s hands are up by her head instead of in front of her chest. That difference allows an interesting observation to be highlighted.

First, the approximate location of the pyramid within the woman’s body is highlighted.

Then the pyramid created by the woman’s hands is highlighted.

The woman’s body pyramid and the pyramid formed by her hands are not aligned with each other. They each point a different direction.

According to Happeh Theory, the hands of a healthy human being with a properly shaped, centered, and aligned pyramid on their body, will make a Namaste gesture that is exactly centered on the body pyramid. The fact that the woman’s body pyramid and the pyramid formed by her hands point different directions, is an indication the pyramid within the woman’s body is not properly shaped, centered, and aligned on her body.

In the following picture a copy of the woman’s hands was rotated to point straight up and down, and then aligned on her body pyramid to highlight where the woman’s hands should be if the pyramid associated with her body was properly shaped, centered, and aligned. ( It may be slightly difficult to make out the copied pair of hands so please take the time to be certain you are aware of their new location. )

The woman’s body pyramid is then highlighted.

Then a line is added highlighting how the center of the pyramid and the center of the copied pair of hands are the same.

The previous series of pictures demonstrates the purpose of the Namaste gesture. Every time a human being makes the Namaste gesture, their body is temporarily conforming itself to the shape of the pyramid within it. That constant alignment of the body on the pyramid within it, will change a misaligned Namaste gesture like the one the example woman is making,

until it becomes completely aligned with the pyramid within the body.

It is the position of the author of this blog that the Indian people who highlighted the woman’s picture were proud, because they believe the American woman’s constant exposure to their people making Namaste gestures to her in greeting, has changed her so she makes the Namaste gesture unconsciously. That makes them proud because they know that her body has discovered that aligning itself on the pyramid within it, produces physical and mental sensations of comfort and well being that work to ease the deleterious effects of tiredness and stress.

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