Monday, 2 June 2014


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Primarily, Vaastu is a science, which deals with the creation of a harmonious energy field in a structure. It has nothing to do with religion, rituals or astrology. One can even call Vaastu as a study of the bio energy present in a structure, which we are not aware of but can feel its existence. For example when we are in a high-energy field we can experience a feel of peace, calm and relaxed. In a structure which does not follow the tenets of Vaastu and you will feel gloomy and depressed. Every structure has a subtle atmosphere, which is unique to it, but we do not know for certain what it is.

Vaastu can be broadly categorized as:
Bhoomi:The earth, plot or site for the dwelling
Prasada:The structures on the Bhoomi
Yaana:Movable objects like Vehicles placed on the Bhoomi

The above suggest that the principles of Vaastu Shastra extend from the macro level to the micro level such as site selection, site planning and orientation, zoning and disposition of rooms, proportional relationships between the various parts of buildings and the character of buildings. Vaastu essentially deals with two energy sources the solar energy flux and the geomagnetic energy flux. The science of vaastu aims at controlling the flow of these energies in a vaastu by selecting proper directions and alignments for the vaastu.

By listening to the earth, we become attuned to the energy of the universe, for this energy is manifested on the air as wind, on the earth as water and land, and in the sky as stars. The earth is an entity animated by energy, energy flows in it, through it, and around it.

Energy III flat open space is different from energy in mountainous areas similarly energy in a valley is different from energy on a plateau. This means that each type of a landform has a specific type of energy associated with it.Vaastu advice for plot selection is based on the study of multiple factors like direction of the site, type of soil on the site and the slope of the plot.

Primarily relax and walk on the plot you intend to buy, close your eyes and take a deep breath how do you feel? If you feel nice while walking and relaxed the plot surely emits a positive energy, if you feel sick soon after stepping onto the plot or drained, then don't invest on such a property.

You need to avoid land, which is too wet, to the extent that the place is prone to getting waterlogged. On the other hand also avoid land which is too dry to the extent that vegetation getting starved of water and burnt by the sun. In other words it must be balanced with regard to the quality of the soil. Check the quality of the soil by looking at the color, soil with shades of red or yellow tinge are considered good and it should not be grayish and extremely loosely packed. Remove the top soil and check the smell of the soil beneath, if it smells decomposed it's a bad plot, the soil should smell sweet and this constitutes a good plot.

Lands which are located at dead ends, especially if the plot itself stands at the very end of the road are considered bad vaastu. Theoretically the land faces a road coming straight at it, and symbolically represents the inmates of the house being put in a tight corner. In addition to natural structures of one's building, it is equally important to be very observant of other manmade structures, which can also bring inauspicious luck or bad energy.

Structures like transmission towers and large crisis cross beams of structures also direct negative energy towards the plots. Apart from the above, lands close to graveyards, cemeteries, crematoriums and hospitals are also a taboo as they places, which emanate strong negative vibrations that are supposed to overwhelm the breath of life.

A shape of the plot is quite important in ensuring proper flow of energy both in vaastu and in Feng Shui. An irregular plot can affect the house, which is constructed on it. In a city where locating and buying a plot to fit one's budget is a nightmare we generally land up settling for a plot of any shape without looking into its cause and effect. I could be difficult at times to find a land, which is regular in shape and is either a square or rectangle, but it is advisable to look for such plots. Regular shaped plots have a steady and good flow of energy levels traveling diagonal across the meridians.

Irregular shaped plots forming, triangles, trapezoids and even parallelograms are considered less auspicious with regard to energy flow due to their shape. If the plots are "L" or "T" shaped it can be simply subdivided into two regular shaped plots so it is easier to handle such plots. Well if you own an irregular shaped plot and subdividing is also impossible then you need to look into the possibilities of shaping the plot by using plants or trees to camouflage the irregularity. The most preferred shape in the vaastu is square as it does justice to all the eight directions. The square symbolizes order, stability, and the final state of evolving life. It is perfection beyond life and death.


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