• ELEMENT ENERGY RODS


ELEMENT ENERGY RODS

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Element Energy Rods & The Five Elements
As a science, Vaastu Veda harnesses, alters and moulds the positive energy from the 5 natural elements of the universe - the ‘Panchabhootas (Sanskrit) [pancha five + bhuta element], namely: Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Space and uses them to the benefit of mankind by creating congenial living and working environment thereby facilitating spiritual well-being and paving the way for enhanced health, wealth, prosperity and happiness.

According to this ancient Vedic scripture the entire physical universe and every living and non-living element in it (including our bodies) is composed of these five basic elements. In our bodies: earth gives shape, figure and smell to our body, spaces provide sounds in the body, fire gives thirst and hunger, water supports fluids and blood in the body and air gives feeling of touch in the body. There is an invisible and constant interaction between these elements, which act for or against each other to create harmony or discord. The aim of Vāstu Shastra is to teach us how to live in perfect equilibrium and harmony, by balancing these five main elements in their proper proportions; to balance the microcosm elements of the individual and the macrocosm elements, of the outer world. This level of alignment with nature enhances the flow of prana, universal life-energy, within a home or other building.

According to Taitiriya Upanishad each element emerges from the previous, less dense element, which is how material form develops out of un-manifest space. Space is the most subtle of the five elements; earth is the densest.

Each element has at least one direction associated with it and has its own patron deity, symbolic, shape and colours in addition its own individual characteristics. This is not an arbitrary assignment but an acknowledgement of the subtle laws of nature.

All the elements are skillfully engineered towards the creation of physically comfortable, emotionally pleasant, intellectually determinant, totally vibrant and blissfully satisfying spaces for human shelter and habitat.

If any element diminishes within a home or other building because of corner cutting or because of any built-up area then we can bring back that element energy by placing the (space,air,water,fire,earth) element energy rods.

The highest and most spiritual of all elements is ether. It represents space itself and forms the background/carrier for the remaining elements. As it is the only element that is eternal, it attracted the attention of the wise men and was held in the highest esteem. Furthermore space has no limits or boundaries; it is unending (Anantha) infinite. It is the unending regions remote from the Earth, in which not only our Solar System but the entire Galaxy (Brahmaan) exists. It's effective forces are light, heat, gravitational force and waves, magnetic field and others. Its main characteristic is Shabda (Sound). It is linked to our sense of hearing.

Akash is the expansiveness in the centre of the architectural form and in the centre of each room, the element of ‘energetic and dynamic space’. This space is called the brahmasthan; honor it in each area by keeping it clean and open – clear of clutter, heavy furniture and fussy decoration allowing prana (energy) to flow freely. Aether is also strong in the north-eastern segment, the most spiritual part of the structure, thus the best place for quiet thought, meditation and study. The structure should be ideally built in such a way that the light enters its center as well.

The ever-restless element of air is often referred to as the “breath of purusha”, in the ancient Vedas. It is the fundamental element for our survival and thus as a life supporting element, air is a very powerful life source. This element relates to our sense of Sparsha (touch). Air also represents the movement.

Air is associated with Vayu – the wind-god, the eternally curious messenger – and to the nort-westerly direction. Vastu recommends guidelines to be followed for the placement of doors, windows, ventilators, balconies, height of structure and placement of trees and plants, to balance the air element. A free flow of fresh air itself is an important feature, too and attention paid to the northwest is said to ensure success in business ventures.

Fire has a special significance in the Vedic philosophies. It is the most sacred of physical forces, and believed to be capable of purifying any substance into a more refined form. In terms of human senses the fire element corresponds to the most important of the senses that of Roopa (sight). Sun, the primary source of life and energy is also associated with this element. Represents light and heat of fire (burning), lightning, volcanic or plutonic heat, the heat of fever or inflammation, energy, days and nights, seasons and such other aspects of Solar system, and also enthusiasm, ardor, passion, spirited vigor. Sun is a source of mental energy too. Best minds evolve in a natural process where the sun was temperate. Not very hot, not very cold, just the right temperature of 24 degrees.

Its direction is southeast. Geysers, fireplace and kitchen should be located in this direction. The South-East corner of every room should be taken care of it. To enhance and honour this element, light fires! Enjoy an indoor or outdoor fireplace in the southeast, light candles (ideally made of soya wax since its, healthier, vegan, natural and non-toxic). It is ideal to have the electrical gadgets like television, VCR, refrigerator, computer, fire-place, microwaves, radio etc placed in this corner.

In Vaastu the watery element has much in common with air. So much so that they share the northwestern direction and the same regent – Vayu. Thus the northwestern segment of any structure/room or indeed the home in general, has a sense of ebb and flow of these two restless elements. It is linked to our sense of Rasa (taste). Quantitatively, it is the largest of the five elements, as more than 80% of our body and two-third of earth's surface is made up of water. Water is essential for the existence of all life forms.

Water is considered to be a feminine element signifying transitory emotions, surface feelings and business dealings. In the days when rivers were great highways of trade and the banks ideal settlement points, the watery element came to represent prosperity and the journeys one made to make a profit. Thus water like air is associated with movement. In the home water is represented not just by the systems of plumbing and drainage but also with reflective surfaces such as windows and mirrors. Vastu rightly determines the placement of water sources, like wells, boring, underground water tank, overhead water tank, etc, while planning any building, to draw the maximum benefits.

Earth, the final element, is the most solid of all as well as being as far away as possible from the aetheric spirituality. It is appropriate thus that earth is located in the southwest, in the opposite corner as it were from the gateway of the gods. Earth is the only element that is connected to all the five senses of the human body - the sense of taste, touch, sound, smell and sight. This is the reason why it influences us the most. Its magnetic field and gravitational force has considerable effects on everything on the Earth, living and non-living. Its main characteristic is Gandha (smell).

Heaviness is linked with this element and is one of the reasons for locating the heaviest items of furniture in the south-west quadrant. The inertness of earth makes this part of the building perfect for sleeping.

All the above elements are skillfully engineered towards the creation of physically comfortable, emotionally pleasant, intellectually determinant, totally vibrant and blissfully satisfying spaces for human shelter and habitat.
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