About Pyramid Key
www.pyramidkey.com is a collection of works by Susan M. Griffith-Jones.
In one way or another the pyramid form is embedded in much of her work, so that either visible or metaphorical pyramid structures lie exposed or hidden to the observer/reader.
Through her writing, films and photography she attempts to demonstrate the pyramid as an all-embracing structure. For when the universal impulse to expand is restrained by its opposing contracting forces in the continual play between Time, Space and Energy, the essential balancing aspect of these forces generates archetypal shapes.
As one of these such shapes as well as a deep encoding of the five elements that make up the essential fabric of our outer and inner universes, the mere symbolic design of the pyramid therefore holds many clues to the origin of our universe as well as lending meaning to how our physical bodies, senses and perceptual states function within the entire microcosmic / macrocosmic relationship.
The pyramid is thus a key to understanding the meaning of our existence. In this sense, we are all living pyramids.
About Susan M. Griffith-Jones
Susan was born in the United Kingdom in 1973. Having completed her education there, both curiosity as well as a keen interest in life at large led her to leave the country to settle in pastures beyond that of her native culture.
Having the initial aim of ‘knowing the world? she thus made integrated travel the basis of her adult life. Following her interest of moving around and living in many different countries all over the world, she has spent years at a time in different locations absorbing the essential aspects of the people and places she stays in.
After arriving in Nepal in 2001 and having taken refuge at the feet of her Guru, His Eminence Chogye Trichen Rinpoche, himself a Master of Masters, she received initiation into the vast spectrum of great teachings and spiritual practices of the Vajrayana path of Tibetan Buddhism and underwent various spiritual retreats to attempt realization. However overall, she is interested in the essential aspects that integrate all spiritual traditions of the world together and always seeks to find the unity rather than the differences within our many faceted perceptive states as humans.
Susan currently lives with her family on a mountainside overlooking the Kullu-Manali valley in the heart of the Indian Himalayas, where nature is her inspiration. She feels that the balance of daily existence with that of our environmental habitat is the key to harmonious living and that one’s human spiritual practice should encompass every aspect of our day-to-day lives as living reflections of our innate being.
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