A building with defective Vaastu produces distorted energy field which is not good for the inhabitants. If another energy field which is independent and more powerful than the
distorted field is super-imposed on the structure inside the field it can create harmony. A pyramid can produce only a positive field. No areas inside the pyramid can cause harm to
humans and hence their application in correction of Vaastu defects is done.
A pyramid is an energy generator. It is basically an object which has four triangular sloping sides with a flat base. The tip of the pyramid is pointed is called the apex. The energy
which gets released from the apex is hot in nature and energy released from the base is cold in nature. When the pyramid is aligned so that four sides face four cardinal points, it
is said to be in the axis and in standard alignment.
When the four sides of pyramids face south-west, north-west, south-east and north¬east, it is said to be in cross alignment. If
the defects of north, east, west and south are causing problems then aligning as per standard practice will be better. If the cross directions are involved it is better to cross
align the pyramids. Pyramids have to be buried in the soil hence plastic and not wooden pyramids should be used.
Angular defects arise due to extension of a corner of a plot at a particular angle other than north-east. In these cases the normal procedure recommended for the correction of the
plot is by building compound walls so as to curve out the maximum rectangle or square from the distorted plot. However this is not always possible and so pyramid correction has to
The installation of the pyramid is to be done as under:
1. Dig a pit of about 30 cm x 30 cm with a depth of 20 cm. the pit must be square and the centre of the square is the point where the two lines intersect.
2. Place a white marble slab of a thickness of about 10 mm at the bottom of the hole. Cover all four sides of the pit with marble slabs.
3. Now with the help of a compass locate north axis. The apex of the pyramid must be right above the intersection
Point. Cover the pit with coarse sand, but let the apex remain visible and leave it in place.
By about two weeks there should be improvement due to correction or else the pyramid should be re-aligned.
For large areas of land it is not possible to correct corners. It is better to go for centre point correction with pyramids which will negate adverse implications of distorted
Vaastu field. The idea of installing the pyramid combination at the centre is that the centre of the building is the place where all forces converge and disperse.
the centre of gravity for the plot a combination of nine pyramids of 235.5mm base length, with side length 236.6mm and centre height 150 mm should be placed at the centre of the pit.
The pit should be 1.25m x 1.25m. Cover the pit with pebbles. Tips of the pyramid should remain uncovered.