Mystic Residential Vaastu Expert

Course details / syllabus

Simplicity is the best design

Mystic Residential Vaastu Expert

Vaastu Shastra or Shilpa Veda - an Upaveda of Atharvaveda - has its origin in Vedas and Puranas. For a human being, Vaastu is the third visible line of defense; the first the natural one is the human skin. The second line of defense is the clothes we wear. The third line of defense is the building we work or reside in - may be house, office, school or factory. The fourth line of defense is again natural, the Ozone layer. Vaastu has direct effect on the mind and body of its inhabitants. Vaastu principles help us in selecting the benefic portion of natural energies and discarding the malefic ones. It gives amazing results when combined with the principles of modern Building Science & Architecture, Exterior & Interior Design, Environmental Engineering, Human Psychology, Feng Shui and Astrology.

Syllabus

Part I: Directions & Site Selection

Basic principles of Vaastu

Dik Saadhana: deciding ten directions using Magnetic Compass, Lords of directions

Division of directions: cold / hot, dark / light, light / heavy etc.

Selection of site: site examination,

Bhoo Pariksha (Soil Investigation): colour, odour, flavour and tactility of soil

The foundation, ekshala, dwishala, trishala and chatusshala vaastu

Magnetism of earth: the ideal way of sleeping

Kakini Samkhya: The classical method of selection of lucky place, town, city etc. for residence according to owner’s zodiacal sign

Part II: Plot

Marma-sthanas (Vulnerable points)

Plot: its location, shape, size and slope; corner plots

Extension of plots in particular directions: good and bad effects

Pada-Vinyas and their Usage, Ekashiti Pada Vaastu, The concept of Vaastu Purush (Space Personified) and 45 deities occupying it

Height of building

De-mystifying the provision of Paishachamsha and Brahamsthana

Part III: Maya Vaastu

Systems of Measurements: Classical, British, Metric & Traditional systems

Part IV: Panchmahabhoota Vaastu

Vaastu of Tejas, Earth, Air, Aap and Ether

Part V: Rang / Colour Vaastu

Application of colour therapy for Interior decoration

Part VI: Jala Vaastu

Water Vaastu: Water Supply and Sewage Disposal, water tanks; overhead and underground

Part VII: Nava Pada Vaastu

Elaborative study of each pada i.e. Ishaan, Poorva, Aagneya, Dakshin, Nairritya, Pashchim, Vayavya, Uttar and Brahamsthana.

Part VIII: Dwara Vaastu

Location, measurements, vedha, decoration, auspicious markings etc.

Part IX: Applied Residential Vaastu

Prayer room, kitchen, dining room, guest room, living room, bed room, toilet, doors, staircases, balconies, cash box, study room, working table, store room, garage, servant’s quarter, verandah, mezzanine floor, walls, basement, septic tank, compound walls / gates etc.

Part X: Vriksha Vaastu

Landscaping, Vaastu of trees and plants, terrace garden, lawns, parks, gardens, rock gardens

Part XI: Classical way of Interior & exterior design and decoration

Directions and space planning, materials, furniture design, electrical and plumbing work, furnishings, painting and varnishing, pictures and paintings, etc.

Auspicious and inauspicious markings: pictures, paintings, photographs, idols, articles etc.

Part XII: Miscellaneous Vaastu

Classifications of Buildings, Ratha-Lakshan-Vidhaan or Cars and Chariots, Shayan-Vidhaan or (Couches), Shayan Vaastu (Vaastu of Rest and Sleep), Retirement, Art of Living the Vaastu Way, Domestic Help

Part XIII: Vaastu of Housing Societies / Multi-storey residential complexes

The techniques of living in a perfect Vaastu way with minimum alterations getting economic, mental and social upliftment

Part XIV: Remedial Vaastu

Vaastu principles applied for rectification of Vaastu problems through;

• Panch Tattvas

• Mantras

• Yantras

• Cooking and Eating Habits

• Numerology

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