Astroshastra adapts the ancient vastu guidelines for the contemporary Western lifestyle by offering a reliable system to help you determine your specific needs and preferences.
Vastu can be integrated as science based on energy emanating from various sources. Energy pervades nature. Our life depends on it. Energy rules every form of life on earth. This energy can be either positive or negative. Incorrect vastu creates negative energy. Vastu corrections can be done by neutralising this negative energy by strong positive energy radiating devices like energised pyramids and Energy cards.
Astroshastra shows you practically and concretely how to align the elements of space, air, fire, water and earth so that they work best for you. You will discover the right place to put your bed in your bedroom, the right direction for you to face when you work, the right location to take a healthy break, the right place for your children to study,
the right location for your computer or TV, the right place to put heavy furniture, the right place for pictures of your loved ones.
TIPS FOR YOUR HOME
Vastu can fruitfully be applied to the areas of our activities. We should initially concentrate on areas, which affect our life, i.e., where we live and work.
We all care about our homes and spend time, effort and money, trying to make them more comfortable. For most of us it represents one of the biggest investments we ever make. Our home (the architecture of our homes) can damage our health, the air we breathe and the water we drink, without our even being aware of it.
Similarly, at the places where we work, environmental stresses contribute to overall load, preventing us to reach our full potential. Resisting these external forces becomes more important for growth and development.
Your Prayer Room
1 Room for prayer and meditation is recommended to be in the north-east corner of the house.
2 Deity or image of god should not face the south direction. Ideal positions are such that you face east or west while praying.
1 Southern or south-western portions of the building are ideal for locating staircase.
2 Do not design staircase of a building in the north-east portion.
3 The steps should climb from east to west or from north to south.
4 If there are landings or turnings in a staircase, it should wind up in the clockwise direction.
5 The number of steps in a staircase should be an odd number so that if you start climbing the steps with the right foot, you will reach the higher floor on the right foot itself.
Number of columns in a building
Columns in a building should be in even numbers.
Columns in the north-east corner should not be circular.
When columns are exposed for architectural purposes, the number of exposed columns also should be even.