About Vastu

About Vastu

about-vastuThe ancient science of Vastu Shastra is the study and analysis of the relations between people, build- up spaces and the earth energy of a place. 

Everything in the universe, every place, every space, including our bodies are made up of nature’s five elements – earth, air, water, sky and space. In nature, all these elements have an energy, a place and a role to play. When these elements are balanced there is harmony, if not, there is a calamity. In our living spaces, each elemental energy has certain powers and effects a specific part of our mental, physical and material life. When the energy of our space is balanced we find success, love, happiness and peace, otherwise  inhabitants feel the adverse effects of the space.

Disharmony in the elemental energy results in: complications in relationships, depression, problems in business ventures, low performing students and stagnant careers. Every problem has a unique set of solutions based on the invisible energy spectrum of the dwelling and the utilisation of the space. Balancing these energies can transform lives in any space.

Vastu can be applied to every structure, from apartments, villas, industries, hospitals, malls even town planning. A home or place of business that is in tune with the principles of Vastu attracts positive energy, harmony and progress. 

An in-depth Vastu analysis of a space combined with study of geopathic energy and dowsing help to identify strengths and problems in our dwellings to offer solutions for growth, abundance and prosperity.

Using a blend of ancient knowledge and scientific tools, remedies can be implemented without demolition of a structure. Balancing the five elements is achieved through many means, including :

 1)Appropriate use of colours and materials in each zone

2) Blocking out problem areas or extending missing beneficial zones through non-demolition techniques. 

3) Relocation of objects and activities in appropriate zones to ensure harmony. 

4) Balancing energies and the negative effects of toilets and entrances in the wrong direction.

5) Placing remedial symbolic objects.