STHAPATYA VEDA PDF

Because the individual life is cosmic, everything about individual life should be in full harmony with Cosmic Life. The human brain is sensitive to orientation, and responds positively to the influence of the rising sun. When one faces east, the brain physiology functions differently than when one is facing north, south, or west. This natural tendency of the brain to function with reference to direction follows the same laws of Maharishi Vedic architecture that guide the structuring dynamics of creation, underlying all individual and cosmic values that sustain order in the universe. Maharishi Vastu homes are aligned with the cardinal directions to bring about auspicious influences such as good health, affluence, and fulfillment. Buildings with eastern entrances particularly bring about the most auspicious effects.

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Maharishi Sthapatya Veda architecture is the only science in the world that has the precise knowledge and time-tested formulas - from knowledge of the Unified Field of Natural Law - to determine right direction, right placement and right proportion for any building.

Maharishi Sthapatya Veda architecture stipulates that the entrance to the home should face east, because the energy from the sun is the greatest and most vital when rising, thus bringing greatest benefits to the health and vitality of the family. Southern entrances are inauspicious.

According to Maharishi Sthapatya Veda architecture, a southern entrance an entrance that faces south is inauspicious and interferes with the support of Natural Law, bringing negative influences to the inhabitants of the building.

Maharishi Sthapatya Veda design recommends refraining from using any southern entrances to your home or office. Buildings that face any direction other than due east or due north allow negative influences to affect the owner and inhabitants, as the diagram indicates. In the authentic records the effect of the other directions is clearly not auspicious. These hazards of architecture arise from violation of Natural Law. They are further aggravated by similar effects from inauspicious qualities of the site caused by the direction of its slope, shape, environment , and placement of bodies of water ponds, rivers, lakes in and around the site and by many other factors, including inauspicious entrances to the village or city and distorted layout of roads.

These violations of Natural Law accumulate day by day, year by year, in the lives of millions of people. They create social stress, which overshadows the fortunes of entire cities or nations.

The unseen, abstract influence of Natural Law is very powerful. For perfect health and good fortune, we should do everything we can to align ourselves with Natural Law. Scientific studies show that the neurons in our brain actually fire differently depending on what direction we are facing.

There are also "place neurons" in the brain that signal our body's orientation in a room or environment. Thus, the way we face influences brain and body functioning. The ancient knowledge of Maharishi Sthapatya Veda architecture goes much further. It describes how our spatial orientation influences our minds and bodies.

When we live or work in buildings with improper orientation or proportion, the firing patterns of the neurons are reset in the wrong way.

This can contribute to anxiety, illness, lack of creativity, failure in family and professional life, anti-social behaviour, and even criminal tendencies. In particular, Maharishi Sthapatya Veda architecture clearly states that our brain functions optimally when our house is oriented toward the east, the direction of the morning sun.

From the eight possible directions, only two directions - East and North - produce auspicious influences. Such improper planning and construction of buildings must be corrected in order to prevent inauspicious effects. Research shows that patients living in homes with south entrances had significantly poorer health and more finanicial problems than patients with north or east entrances.

Also, those who slept in beds with their head to the north suffered from significantly more depression and anxiety than those who slept in beds without this orientation. Ref: Journal of Social Behaviour and Personality. It should be noted that the knowledge contained in Vedic Literature is far more complete, scientific, authentic, and reliable than modern scientific experiments, because modern scientific experiments, through their objective approach, can only account for physical, material values which do not and can not directly measure the more fundamental performance of intelligence on its own level - the level of Natural Law - where the holistic value of Natural law and the specific value of Natural Law function in unison.

Right Orientation or Direction. Only 2 out of 8 directions produce auspicious, life-supporting results.

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Understanding of Sthapatya Ved Knowledge

Based on ancient Vedic Traditions and the principles of Natural Law, Maharishi Sthapatya Veda involves the building and restructuring of the entire world, therefore creating a Global Country of World Peace. These principles are found in the building tradition of Vastu Vidya of right direction, right proportion, and right room placement. Vastu Vidya of Maharishi Sthapatya Veda, also known as Maharishi Vedic architecture and Maharishi Vastu, is a method of architecture where all of the buildings are in complete harmony with the Natural Law of the Universe. Maharishi Vedic architecture accomplishes this through ensuring that each particle of matter is in exact and perfect harmony with every other particle that exists in nature and its environment.

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Maharishi Vastu Architecture

Maharishi Sthapatya Veda architecture is the only science in the world that has the precise knowledge and time-tested formulas - from knowledge of the Unified Field of Natural Law - to determine right direction, right placement and right proportion for any building. Maharishi Sthapatya Veda architecture stipulates that the entrance to the home should face east, because the energy from the sun is the greatest and most vital when rising, thus bringing greatest benefits to the health and vitality of the family. Southern entrances are inauspicious. According to Maharishi Sthapatya Veda architecture, a southern entrance an entrance that faces south is inauspicious and interferes with the support of Natural Law, bringing negative influences to the inhabitants of the building. Maharishi Sthapatya Veda design recommends refraining from using any southern entrances to your home or office. Buildings that face any direction other than due east or due north allow negative influences to affect the owner and inhabitants, as the diagram indicates. In the authentic records the effect of the other directions is clearly not auspicious.

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Principles of Maharishi Vastu Architecture

Ideal India—Lighthouse of Peace on Earth page publication. Maharishi has brought to light Sthapatya Veda as the most ancient and supreme system of country, town, and home planning in accord with Natural Law, connecting individual life with Cosmic Intelligence, and creating ideal living conditions on earth where everyone will feel, ' I am living in heaven. Sthapatya Veda is the knowledge that establishes everything in the most orderly way so that everything is nourished by everything else. Sthapatya Veda takes advantage of the most fundamental Laws of Nature that promote perfect health, happiness, and prosperity. It uses precise mathematical formulas, equations, and proportions to design homes and offices in perfect harmony with Natural Law. Sthapatya Veda is the only science that has the precise knowledge and time-tested formulas for site selection, proper orientation, positioning, and placement of rooms according to their purpose.

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