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