V i t a l i t y
FIVE ELEMENT FENG SHUI
If you form it in your
It will fill your mind
support your body
and lift your Spirit
Spirit All Around
Vastu originated in the Indian subcontinent during the time of Vedic culture, more than 5000 years ago. Along with Yoga and Ayurveda, which share the same underlying philosophy, Vastu makes up the Vedic mind-body-soul equation.
~Yoga Journal, April 5, 2017
Feng Shui is a North Asian form of elemental practices almost identical to Vastu.
It literally means Wind & Water.
However, both Feng Shui and Vastu work within and beyond their respective, and almost identical, Five Element Wheels. In fact, 4 & 5 element "Medicine Wheels" can be found in cultures throughout the world.
Vishwa means World, Universe or Universal.
Just as Vastu shares a branch with Indian Ayurveda and
Feng Shui is an extension of Traditional Chinese Medicine,
the Dagara and other tribes of Africa, as well as the Hopi and other Native tribes all across the Americas, as well as the Celts of Ireland and all across the UK, as well as the Aborigini of Australia... 4 and 5 Element Medicine Wheels have been found since time-immemorial and all around the world; and they are still being used effectively to this day!
Having been found virtually everywhere on the planet and lasting for so long, some folks are beginning to wonder...
Maybe there's something to these elemental medicine wheels.
Well, yeah! Duh!
This talk is by a famous yogi known as Sadhguru.
He gives many excellent examples of the power of an organized mind.
Vastu & Feng Shui are practices that demonstrate the power of an elementally organized life!
Each helps the other!
That you are seeking this information now may already indicate that your mind has found a bit more organization, or maybe your life surroundings have, either consciously or providentially,
become conducive to an increase in the
organization and harmony of your
Body, Mind and Spirit.
In other words, Vastu Vitality Practices
are a powerful extension of one's
Vastu will add to your Vitality
in nine different but connected ways...