The Heart of the Soul

St. Theresa of AvilaThe Heart of the Soul

 

The Heart of the Soul: Mystics and scientists agree about the heart of all matter – The God Particle – Higgs boson
by Dr. Jessie Mercay

“While I was beseeching Our Lord today…I began to think of the soul as if it were a castle made of a single diamond or of very clear crystal, in which there are many rooms, just as in Heaven there are many mansions.” — St. Teresa of Avila

This description of the soul by St. Teresa of Avila, found in the book “Interior Castles” is extremely similar to the description of the Cosmic Soul and the individuated cosmic soul (Atman) described by Brahmarishi Mayan thousands of years ago. Mayan called this “microabode”. Or smallest abode of consciousness in living beings. He diagrammed the Atman and Cosmic Being through the Vaastu Purusha Mandala with its’ divisions of 8×8 grid (Cosmic or unmanifest level) and 9×9 grid (manifest level). The book “Fabric of the Universe” by Dr. Jessie Mercay describes this in detail. available at aumscience.com bookstore.

Understanding that the Soul is not just a vague idea of some aspect of our self opens the door to direct experience. This direct experience then becomes the doorway to the Infinite Being we all seek. Our aware connection with our own Atman (Soul) changes our life, our goals, our wishes, and our sense of well being. Mystics from all faiths agree that this form called Soul exists literally in the heart of all beings. Certain and specific meditation in a specific environment opens access to this Inner Being. Once that access is there a change in thinking occurs. Thoughts cease to flow from the mind of the brain and one begins to operate on a subtle level where thought arises directly from the mind of the heart. Thought becomes very faint or even imperceptible and one begins to operate from Divine motive rather than individual motive.

At the very least this is a relief because one is not hampered or stressed due to constant thinking. If one has more conscious thoughts, they are direct and pure emanations of the divine. No, it is not as if God is talking to you. That is simply a reflection of duality an not a reflection of oneness. It is more like you are living Gods’ thoughts. That is, this Unity with the Divine through the Atmic experience is a living experience of “let thy will be done.” Let thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven becomes a living reality in that one acts through divine will rather than individual will/personality. Ones true nature is then out-pictured rather than ones personality nature. There is a caveat regarding ones own nature but it is too much to cover here.

Brahmarishi Mayan developed his Vaastu Shastras to create environments that vibrate with an ambiance that promotes ones spiritual well being. These environments cause a specific vibration that causes the human vibration (via the thread of consciousness in the Atman) to become enlivened and in resonance with the Cosmic qualities of spiritual bliss. This enhances ones connection with the heart of the soul – Atman.

Now, to give a little relief to those who are more scientifically minded I will put this in different terms: Brahmarishi Mayan (and apparently St. Therese of Avilla and others) cognized within their selves that there is a field that all material forms arise from called the Quantum Field. This field is one of infinite potential and is the field within which all the material world exists. Physicists say that this Field is infinitely vast and contains the gross material world and minute particles of light and sound – these are also described by Brahmarishi Mayan (about 10,000 BCE).

When these particles become orderly they pulse or vibrate causing specific qualities of energy based upon their wave form. These qualities of energy emerge and become individuated and make up the entire material world.

The juncture of time when the sperm and egg unite begins the life of an individuated being. This act of creation has at its’ root the ignition of these light and sound particles. There is a point at which there is an energy transference from unmanifest Quantum Field to material form. At this point or location there is a light/sound particle some call Atman and that particle multiplies itself and creates flesh around it that we call the physical organ – heart. This initial particle that out pictures the heart and other organs including the entire body, is in fact a tiny particle that can ultimately be identified by physicists. This particle may already be identified at the atom smashing research done at CERN where the so called “God particle” has been discovered. Mayan says this form he saw is indeed as St. Therese described. Mayan also said that this particle goes from a cuboidal shape to a polygonal shape (shown as octagon), and then to a round shape as it becomes fully manifest. (This sequence is demonstrated by the well known image called lingam, which begins with a square bottom, octogonal mid- secetion and circular top). In the picture below from National Geographic, the process of atom smashing reveals this “God particle” (also called Higgs boson) born of immense light and formed into a round form. This coincides with what Mayan described. Researchers in particle physics say that this particle is at the “heart of all matter.”

Finally, we can access this “God particle” within the cave of our heart as described by the mystics and yogis. In accessing this, thoughts cease and we are overcome by a peace beyond all understanding. Living in a Vaastu home or having a small vaastu garbha (building) in your yard increases your opportunity to experience your own “God particle”, your source, and gain this profound well being.

 

 

Dr Jessie Mercay

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Study Vaastu Shastra, Pranava Veda, and Aintiram with Dr. J. Mercay

Video recorded with AUM students in India February 2014 featuring AUM S&T Chancellor Dr. Jessie Mercay:

Ancient mysteries governing the science and art of sacred architecture (Sthapatya Veda and Vaastu Shastras) used to build King Solomon’s temple, the Great Pyramids, the Mayan and Aztec temples, Macchu Picchu, the great and potent temples of India, and thousands of ancient and modern towns and houses around the world – all vibrant forms which bring inner peace and spiritual bliss to visitors and inhabitants.
Authentic ancient teachings of the world’s most eminent Vastu/Vaastu Architect and sculptor passed down for thousands of years through his lineage from Brahmarishi Mayan – world teacher 10,000 BC. This includes deeply profound spiritual knowledge beyond building architecture.
Mechanics of creation from unmanifest energy (Vastu) to manifest matter (Vaastu) – the formation from Absolute Space and Absolute Time, OM light, OM sound, and the five elements – space, air, fire, water, and earth from their subtle to their gross states.
Application of the mechanics of creation (laws of nature) to land/site selection, soil assessment, proper orientation of buildings, Ayadi calculation (specific units of measure used in Vaastu), building design and construction principles (including positioning of buildings on land, the secrets of the correct measure used in a properly built Vaastu building, positioning of doors, windows, walls, etc.).
Ancient and secret calculation used in built space which cause the space to become vibrant with uplifting and enlightening qualities of Consciousness and spiritual bliss.
Experience with building an authentic Vaastu structure.
Positive and negative effects of all structures on the health, well-being, and bliss of the dweller.
How to assess existing buildings and what you can do to help the occupant in those structures.
Experience the unique vibration of authentic vaastu buildings. This is a direct path to well being and awakening… and much much more.dedicating our work to our beloved Dr V. Ganapati Sthapati

by AUM Student Abhilash Sivadas
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New Vastu Shastra Video with Dr. Sthapati Posted

Vastu Architect and AUM S&T Board Member Krithika Karrupiah has posted a wonderful and very accurate video featuring Dr. V. Ganapati  Sthapati on youtube describing the meaning of the Vastu Shastras.

 

 

 

 

 

See more Vastu videos here: http://aumscience.com/content/media.html

 

Vaastu Rahasya – The Secret Science of Consciousness, Matter and Built-Space

Dr. Jessie Mercay will be giving a free lecture in Bangalore, India on Jan. 1, 2014.

Location:

Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan
#43, Race Course Road
Bangalore 560 001, India

For more information Please call +91 9900163992
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Achievements of Women in Ancient India

Achievements of Women in Ancient India

Seventeen of the seers to whom the hymns of the Rig Veda were revealed were women – rishikas and brahmavadinis. They were Romasa, Lopamudra, Apata, Kadru, Vishvavara, Ghosha, Juhu, Vagambhrini, Paulomi, Jarita, Shraddha-Kamayani, Urvashi, Sharnga, Yami, Indrani, Savitri and Devayani.

The Sama Veda mentions another four: Nodha (or Purvarchchika), Akrishtabhasha, Shikatanivavari (or
Utararchchika) and Ganpayana. This intrigued me so much that I had to learn more about them, but I drew a blank. Who were these wonderful women who were on par with their men and produced the greatest and longest living literature of the world?

In the Vedic period, female brahmavadinis (students) went through the same rigorous discipline as their male counterparts, the brahmacharis. The Brihadaranyaka Upanishad describes a ritual to ensure the birth of a daughter who would become a pandita (scholar). The Vedas say that an educated girl should be married to an equally educated man.

A little unknown fact is that girls underwent the upanayana or thread ceremony, Vedic study and savitri vachana (higher studies).

Panini says that women studied the Vedas equally with men. According to the Shrauta and Grihya Sutras, the wife repeated the Vedic mantras equally with their husbands
at religious ceremonies.

The Purva Mimamsa gave women equal rights with men to perform religious ceremonies. Vedic society was generally monogamous, and women had an equal place.[The equals of men]

– See more at: http://varnam.nationalinterest.in/2007/06/women_in_ancient_india/#comment-7415

Cornerstone Series Vaastu Shastra, Pranava Veda, and Aintiram

Cornerstone Series – Vaastu Shastra, Pranava Veda, and Aintiram

Study Vaastu Shastra in the Motherland of the Vedas and home of Vaastu Shastras!

Here’s what you will learn this winter:

Ancient mysteries governing the sacred science of architecture (Sthapatya Veda and Vaastu Shastras) used to build King Solomon’s temple, the Great Pyramids, the Mayan and Aztec temples, Machu Picchu, the great and potent temples of India, and thousands of ancient and modern towns and houses around the world – all vibrant forms which bring inner peace and spiritual bliss to visitors and inhabitants.

Authentic ancient teachings of the world’s most eminent Vastu/Vaastu Architect and sculptor passed down for thousands of years through his lineage from Brahmarishi Mayan – world teacher 10,000 BC. This includes deeply profound spiritual knowledge beyond building architecture.

Mechanics of creation from unmanifest energy (Vastu) to manifest matter (Vaastu) – the formation from Absolute Space and Absolute Time, OM light, OM sound, and the five elements – space, air, fire, water, and earth from their subtle to their gross states.

Application of the mechanics of creation (laws of nature) to land/site selection, soil assessment, proper orientation of buildings, Ayadi calculation (specific units of measure used in Vaastu), building design and construction principles (including positioning of buildings on land, the secrets of the correct measure used in a properly built Vaastu building, positioning of doors, windows, walls, etc.).

Ancient and secret calculation used in built space which cause the space to become vibrant with uplifting and enlightening qualities of abundance, well being, Consciousness and spiritual bliss.

Positive and negative effects of all structures on the health, well-being, and bliss of the dweller.

The Schedule

January 4 – 12 Inclusive course fee: US $1916; Rs. 50,000 (Indian residents)

 Mayonic Science & Technology 101: Introduction to Energy becoming matter, Vaastu Shastras, Pranava Veda and Aintiram. This course forms an underlying knowledge base through which authentic Vaastu Shastras can be understood.

 Mayonic Science and Technology 201: Technological Principles of MS&T, Sthapatya Veda, and Vaastu Science and Technology

student project for summer program. This course provides details of the secrets of Vaastu Shastras held in the hearts and minds of ancient practitioners. (Book fee $125)

Mayonic Science and Technology 102: Basic Principles of Drafting and Architectural Design as applied to Vaastu Shastras. this is needed to learn specific rules of design and design per Vaastu Shastras.

Mayonic Science and Technology 202: Studies in Home Assessment. Here you learn how to assess an existing non – Vaastu home and what can be done for the inmates.

January 14 – 24 US$ 1485; Rs 50,000 (Indian residents)

Mayonic Science and Technology 103: Construction Fundamentals

Mayonic Science and Technology 302: Practicum 2: Applied Mayonic Science and Technology. In this course you learn to build and supervise a Vaastu building. This is an exciting hands – on experience.

Course fee does not include transportation or lodging.
Resident Indian Vishwakarmas and new Indian architects/engineers please email aumcourses@aumscience.com for special consideration.

What Courses Should I Take?

The courses offered this winter are part of the Vaastu Consultant, Vaastu Architect, Vaastu Builder, Vaastu Artist, and Vaastu Ambassador programs.

If possible, take the entire program this winter. You will be well on your way through the whole program if you do.

If you want to be in one of these programs but cannot come for the full summer program, take the first part (January 4 – 14). That will qualify you for the advanced teleconference program beginning in September 2014.

The Vaastu Architect Program is for architects who want to apply this knowledge to their work.

The Vaastu Consultant is for people who want to learn to consult with the public and assist them in building a Vaastu home.

Vaastu Builder is for builders who want to learn Vaastu building.

Vaastu Ambassador Program is for people who do not want to be Vaastu Consultants but want to know this deeply profound knowledge. There is a deeply spiritual component to this knowledge, which brings one to higher states of awareness. We want everyone to enjoy the bliss possible through this knowledge. It is also for people who want to build and live in their own Vaastu house and want to understand the process more.

Vaastu Artist Program is available for artists who want to apply this knowledge to their artwork. The principles taught in the program are directly transferable to fine art and crafts hence it is appropriate for artists to enroll.

Everyone who enters this program of study, regardless of past experience and current occupation must take the same course of study outlined in the curriculum. There is no advanced standing.

If you have physical limitations – don’t worry – there are things you can do related to Practicum 2 that do not require much physical labor. Just let us know.

Why is our program unique and the best in the world?

 Unlike any other program, we offer a thorough academic and experiential (Guru Kulam) course of study based upon over a thousand years of knowledge and experience transmitted through the direct lineage of historically eminent Vaastu Scholars and builders who have been properly trained through their Vishwakarma lineage.

Unlike most other programs, we adhere strictly to the ancient and sacred texts called Vaastu Shastras (Sthapatya Veda) and Agamas. We have meticulously built our program under the guidance of our late Shilpi Guru Dr. V. Ganapati Sthapati and his family members. We have his permission and blessings to revive and teach this program that he initiated in 2006 as part of his worldwide effort to teach authentic Vaastu.

The content of our program is based on thorough research involving various Vaastu Shastras. No one Vaastu Shastra contains complete knowledge. It was known in ancient days that a Sthapati (builder and engineer) should consult several reputable Vaastu Shastras when they undertook a project. We continue that tradition in our program by meticulously reviewing numerous ancient sources on each topic, with the help of our traditionally trained colleagues and board members.

Furthermore, we are the only program that understands and teaches the underlying causal science behind Vaastu Shastras. We provide a thorough and scientific understanding of the Vaastu effect, how to obtain it, how to uphold it and how to live in harmony with it both inside built space and in the surrounding environment. This knowledge eliminates the superstitions invading modern Vaastu practices.

We offer among other texts, a 600 page detailed English Vaastu Shastra for home building that contains both Vastu Science and Vaastu Technology (for students only).

We have the blessings of Vaastu Vedic Trust began by Dr. V. Ganapati Sthapati.

Why we are different in the Vaastu knowledge we teach ?

To learn more, watch this video

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If space is available applicants will be accepted after this date

Vastu House Build – The First Wall Goes Up!

It’s all hands on deck as the construction crew enlists the aid of the AUM Grad Students on the site to help lift the first wall of the Vastu house going up in Patagonia, Arizona.

Starting in the north east corner and working all the way around in clockwise order the sections will go up and be fastened to the sill plate.

After this wall section was completed enough Vastu Purusha energy was activated that a small dust devil (swirling wind) came blowing through unexpectedly out of the west, as the air element was energised. It swirled at about 4o-50 miles per hour for about 90 seconds and was gone. In it’s wake, ladders, plans and tools were left  scattered around the work site. Everyone wondered, “what just happened?”

Vaastu House Build – Slab Inspection

Dr. Jessie Mercay and AUM S&T Grad students taking a last minute look at the concrete slab before the first wall goes up at the Vastu House build in Arizona.

The construction crew are excited to show off their wood cuts for accuracy.

Vaastu House -Wall Elevations

Dr. Jessie Mercay speaks with AUM graduate students about making sure wall elevation calculations are correct during the Vaastu house build in Patagonia, Arizona.

 

Dr. Sthapati’s Birthday

Today is the birthday of my late teacher Dr. V. Ganapati Sthapati. He was one of the most amazing people I have ever met. A true Brahmarishi. He was born on September 30, 1927 at Pilliaypatti, near Karaikudi, Tamil Nadu, India into an illustrious family of traditional architects, engineers and builders (Sthapati’s). His famil lineage was thousands of years old and it is known that his ancestor built the Tanjour temple. An amazing structure. He himself built hundreds of traditional stone buildings including the 133 ft high statue that stands at the tiip of India in the ocean.

His strict adherance to the pure principles of Vaastu Shastras was an inspiration. He propagated the deep science behind Vaastu (the science of transformation of matter into energy) and hence took it out of the realm of superstition. Once one understands the real sicence then one sees that it is not possible to make a regular house into a vaastu house and that the
re are no yantras, mirrors, bells, colors, pictures, or any other objects that can correct the Vaastu energy of a non compliant house. Dr. Sthapati, affectionately called Ayya, was distraught at all of the fake Vaastu consultants around the world. He was also concerned with the many architects who claim to be building Vaastu or sthapatya veda houses but were not following the Shastric guidelines. When he appointed me to start a school and teach this knowledge, he passed that concern down to me. I feel his urge for the proper propagation of this knowledge even more today – on his birthday. It is an ever present motivation but today I feel him urging me on more than ever. I hope that all of you can at least take a weekend class from me and learn the real background of this knowledge is far more than brick and mortar.

I will do what is called Tarapanam ritual today to honor him and to pray for his continued blessings and assistance from where his soul lives. I will also pray for his well being. This is traditionally done for ancestors and I feel he is a relative so I will do it. He himself wrote a geneology in which he place my name under his indicating that he holds me as his sister. I will make another post on Tarapanam so you may also do such a thing for your ancestors if you are interested. it is a sweet and simple ritual of love.