Vastu(Indian Architecture) Seminar on 4th December (Budapest)
You are cordially invited for the Vastu seminar at kaya kalp yoga studio, garas street-4. On Saturday,4th December, from 10 to 15 pm.There would be a COMPLIMENTARY KUNDALINI Sanjeevani Kriya class from 8.30 to 10 am.The cost of participation is Protected content WHICH INCLUDES free Kundalini class!.We need confirmation and registration for the participation!
Look forward to see you.
What is Vastu?
Vastu is similar to feng shui,but not exactly the same.
Vastu, an ancient theory of architecture from India, is commonly referred to as the Indian feng shui, though it originated thousands of years before feng shui. Vastu emphasizes the harmony of nature and one's interconnectedness with the universe and has its origin in the Vedas. While vastu is based in architecture, it is also concerned with the proper placement and arrangement of property, gardens, buildings, rooms, and interior objects. Thoughtful placement and perfect balance of dwellings is thought to bring health, happiness, and wealth to the occupants.
Vastu is a complex discipline that is philosophically related to Yoga, Ayurveda (holistic health and disease prevention), and Jyotish ( Indian astrology), all of which originated in the Vedic scriptures. Like feng shui, vastu adheres to directional guidelines. Different planets govern different directions, and each direction governs certain aspects of life, corresponding to various natural elements:
• The northeast is the water area.
• The southeast corresponds to fire.
• The northwest is the air.
• The southwest relates to earth.
• The center of the home or the room corresponds to space -- as in, the space around us.
Unlike feng shui, vastu can be highly individualized. An expert would consider an occupant's work, lifestyle, and personality before fine-tuning decisions about placement and remedies. The practice of ayurveda treats people according to their individual constitution, or "dosha," which is comprised of both physiological and psychological components. Each person can be primarily defined by one of the tri-doshas: vata (air or space), pitta (fire or water), or kapha (water or earth). The concept is that employing Vastu will enhance and balance out your particular dosha.
A person's dosha is determined via comparison with complex lists of physical characteristics, personality traits, and common ailments. The doshas correspond not only to natural substances (air, fire, water, earth) but also to forces of nature and actions, such as wind, movement, transformation, balance, structure, and attachment.
Vaastu sastra combines all the five elements of nature and balances them with the person and the material. It takes advantage of the benefits bestowed by the five elements of nature to create a congenial living and working environment thereby facilitating spiritual well-being and paving the way for enhanced health, wealth, prosperity and happiness