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Vastu and Sound Energy

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shubhpuja.comVaried variety of sounds produced by vibrations, have different effects on the beings and they act or react as per the sound produced. Believe it or not, sound has major relation with our mood and as a pleasant music can cheer us up, the loud and screeching sounds can disturb it. In fact, harsh sound causes noise pollution, which in turn, without our noticing, causes tension, stress, and other disorders like blood pressure, migraine and so on.

Thus to restore the balance, harmony and peace within a family, the right kind of sounds should be prevalent in the house as per Vastu.

  • The sweet and soft conversations between family members lighten the mood and spread a positive ambience.
  • Avoid watching television during meal time rather prefer to have pleasant conversations or soft music.
  • Sacred chants or healing rhythms of devotion should be played early morning in the house.
  • Dripping faucets or leaky taps should be repaired as soon as possible.
  • The hinges of the door should be kept well oiled, to avoid creaking sounds.
  • Close the door gently so that the mind and body remains calm.
  • The bell cast from an amalgam of five metals improve the positive energy flow in the environment, dissipating the negative vibrations.
  • Wind chimes are also an important source of peaceful and serene environment.
  • The soft melodious tunes can induce peace, relaxation and reduce sadness, tension and anger.
  • Hanging wind chimes, changing harsh sounding door bells with pleasant-sounding ones and having rippling water fountains can be a means of adding the right sounds to any environment.

 

 

 

 

The Divine Journey: Spiritual significance of Himalayas

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The creation enthrals the being with its innate beauty and serenity, and our sacred Himalayas are the epitome of mother’s nature biggest miracle. Himalayas are not just an abode of snow or mighty range, but holds revering significance for people of varied cultures. Literally defining the word ‘Hima’ in Sanskrit is ‘snow’ and the word, ‘alaya’ means ‘abode’; also known as ‘Giriraj’ or ‘King of Mountains’. Thus Himalayas are the soul of God and a deity in itself.

  • The spiritual centre of the world is the abode of supreme Lord Shiva, who lives atop Mount Kailash.
  • The sacred holy dhams of Hindus i.e. Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri and Yamunotri resides in the Himalayas.
  • It is home to India’s most significant spiritual spaces like the Kailash Manasarovar, Amarnath, Vaishno Devi Temple, and many beautiful monasteries and Buddhist gompas.
  • Three influential Sikh pilgrimages are also located in the sacred Uttarakhand Himalayas.
  • The Himalayas is the source of the Indus Basin, the Yangtze Basin and the Ganga-Brahmaptura, which are three of the world’s primary river systems.
  • Mount Kailash in Himalayas holds sacred values for Jains, Buddhists, Tibetans and Hindus; and consider the Kailash Parikrama as the source of Nirvana.
  • The majestic, serene and tranquil ambience makes the existence of Himalayas as eternal and timeless.
  • The aura of peace and calmness has attracted numerous saints and sages like Adi Sankaracharya, Guru Gobind Singh, Swami Vivekananada, and many others.
  • Himalayan Sacred Walks provides the opportunity to soak in the sacred energies of the enchanting and majestic mountains and come back deeply transformed.