Be it a home, office, factory, or an institution, each place is filled with people sharing their lives and precious time with each other. Along with that, they share their energies too, affected by the cosmic energy that flows in and out of the place. To channel the right kind of energy and to urge prosperity to stay forever, each structure’s architecture and interior design must comply with some strong scientific aspects. All these factors comprise the details of Vastu Shastra, an Ancient Science of setting up a space that is liveable or fit for people.
Vastu Shastra is the science that is based on the amalgamation of nature with architecture and their analogous effects on different corners of the structure in response to the four primary directions: North, East, West, and South. Vastu also takes into account the vital elements: Fire, Air, Water, and Earth, Ether, meaning the sky or space.
The Universe comprises these five elements and so do we. They are also known as panch-tattvas and they are apart of every aspect of our life. Be it Yoga, Ayurveda, Healing, or Vastu, all these aspects and sciences are based on the balance of these five elements in our body and our surroundings.
Vastu also focuses on balancing these elements in relation to the cardinal directions and mostly talks about which property and furniture of what shape and where it should be placed. The balance is required everywhere, in order to let the positive energy flow uninterrupted and so that the negative energy is subdued. Vastu Shastra helps in inviting harmony, prosperity, wealth, and good health into the lives of those who follow it.
Ridhi Bahl is one of India’s most trusted and famous Vastu Consultant, who has a clientele from all walks of life, from individual Builders and Architects to well known Infrastructure Groups.
She practices the relevant laws of Vastu Shastra and has been a part of intensive research of traditional Vastu scriptures and Vedas, always finding and researching on testing them in modern times, where no superstitions are either practiced or encouraged.