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Vastu Shastra Cosnultant
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The term Vastu is a Sanskrit word which means "Bhu" or the Earth and is the underlying stratum of existence.As per a Vedic Hymn "Vastu reva Vastu", all material forms of the Universe are all energies.Vaasthu sastra states that every energy has life and nothing in universe is left out without any vibration.Every material in the Universe radiates some energy at its own specific frequencies. This energy may be positive or negative. Positive energy is beneficial and negative is harmful. Vastu shastra aims at maximising the generation and accumulation of positive energy around the humans and minimise the negative energy.

“Vaastu is an edifice science that was developed by our learned people thousands of years ago. Its application today is purely architectural and its principles are based on becoming one with nature.”

Vastu is the science of direction that combines all the five elements of nature and balance them with the man and the material. Vastu Shastra is creating a congenial settings or a place to live or work, in most scientific way taking advantages of the benefits bestowed by the five elements called "Paanchbhootas" of the nature thereby paving the way for enhanced health, wealth, prosperity and happiness in an enlightened environment. The world comprises of five basic elements, also known as the Paanchbhootas. They are Earth, Water, Air, Fire and Space. Out of the nine planets, our planet has life because of the presence of these five elements.

Light - Sufficient natural light for comfortable living.

Air - Pure fresh air continuously blowing in and out of the house.

Water - for drinking and living.

Energy concentration of different shapes and forms by using proper positive material.

Vastu & the story of Vastupursha

ONE OF THE ANCIENT TREATISES ON VAASTU, the Brihat Samhita, includes a myth about the origin of Vaastupurusha, the deity of vaastu. The God Shiva was once engaged in a battle with a demon. As the fierce struggle went on, Shiva began sweating profusely. Vaastupurusha was born out of Shiva's beads of sweat. His origin in strife made him very hungry and he started devouring everything in his path. The other gods went to Lord Brahma for protection, begging him to do something about this new creature that was destroying their world. Brahma gave Vaastupurusha a push and he fell to earth, landing face down. Immediately Brahma told the gods - who were forty-five in numbers - to sit on Vaastupurusha and not allow him to get up. After they did so. Vaastupurusha prayed for Brahma's mercy, entreating that he had been created hungry and that he was only following his nature. Brahma felt sorry for him and granted him the blessing of having his endless hunger fed by offerings from the inhabitants of the dwellings built upon him. In return, Vaastupurusha was to stay embedded in the earth and take care of the inhabitants' health and prosperity. But he could seek his own sustenance if the inhabitants didn't feed him properly. Those who did not abide by Brahma's rules would awaken the creature's hunger and suffer the consequences.


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