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Thursday, November 24, 2011

Developers offer houses that comply with Vasthu

HOUSING developers in the country offer over 70% of ready-built houses which comply with Vasthu Sastra (Indian feng shui) and are auspicious for occupancy, said Sunday Star columnist T. Selva.

He said his survey showed that builders were incorporating geomancy values in their construction and many houses were now built on a rectangular or square plot, which was favourable.

“I believe developers are more aware of buyers’ demands to incorporate ancient sciences of construction like Vasthu and feng shui in their designs,” he said, adding that Vasthu was a 5,000-year-old science which focused on harmonious living.

However, Selva noted that problems arose when property owners made alterations and renovations on the built-up area or land to match their convenience and comfort without taking into account the effects to the environment and the dweller.

“Some extensions are favourable and some are not, depending on which sector of the plot is extended or cut,’’ said Selva, who is the author of the Vasthu Sastra Guide book.

He will present a talk titled “How to choose an auspicious property and using pyramids to attact positive energy” at 2pm on Sunday at The Star Property Fair 2011 at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC). Admission is free.

The talk is among the highlights of Malaysia’s Premier Fair for stylish living, organised by Star Publications (M) Bhd.

The mega event promises an array of new property launches, irresistible package deals and attractive rebates offered by major developers.

Selva said Vasthu was the equivalent of architecture plus a result-oriented science to ensure harmony.

Sharing insights into Vasthu, Selva said that if the north-east corner of the land was cut, it would be regarded as inauspicious and would affect the family growth and ancestry.

“North-east is given a lot of importance in Vasthu because the cosmic rays hit the earth at the north-east corner of the earth,” he noted.

At the talk on Vasthu, Selva will be giving away mini pyramids to attract subtle positive energy to participants.

The nine pyramids embedded in the micro-pyramid are powerful energy enhancers and those having them will enjoy improved dynamism.

The pyramids, imported from India, will be given away to the first 100 participants attending the talk which will also see Selva explaining the science of pyramid power.

“The pyramid has been known from ancient times as a powerful design that connects to energy forces and its shape is identified with healing qualities,” he said.

He said one of the pyramid’s main functions was to remove or recycle stagnated and negative energy and focus on harmonising energies.

“Pyramids are gaining popularity in homes as means of enhancing energy flow, particularly in homes that are governed by dullness.

For details on the fair, call 03-79671388 ext 1165 or 1168.

By The Star

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