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What are the basic principle of Vastu?

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Five elements from nature, magnetic field? is these any connection with astrology?

posted Sep 18, 2015 by Vastu Malhotra

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Everything that exists in the universe, is made of five elements, including our bodies. These 5 elements are earth (geomagnetic energy), water (gravitational energy), fire (solar energy), air (wind energy) and space (cosmic radiation). These forces have a powerful influence on us, as well as the sorrounding environment. Vastu is the science of arranging our own made environment so that we are in alignment with these forces of nature. If we are not aligned with solar and geomagnetic forces we may experience illness, misfortune and struggle. It is as if we are attempting to swim against the current of a river.

The harmful infrared rays, which come from the south, and the destructive gamma rays, coming from the west, cause disruption within the environment and our bodies.

The east is the source of solar, ultra-violet rays, and the north is the source of magnetic energy. We benefit by keeping our environment open to these life supporting energies. Using the principles of Vastu Shastra, we protect ourselves from these rays.
Each of these elements is associated with a particular direction.

answer Oct 17, 2015 by Pai Vastu Consult
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please read my articles about the vaasthu principles.

answer Oct 20, 2017 by S.rajahgopaal
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