The Quality of the Centre
- The Centre of a building is known as the Brahma sthana or the place of Lord Brahma.
- Brahma is the sub creator of the universe, and he also resides on the middle of the Vastu Purush’s body in the centre of every building.
- The other devas or demigods, personalities and sages who are also surrounding the Vastu Purush are all subservient to Brahma, he is therefore given honour and respect in this place.
- The centre is considered to be sacred space and represents our inner sanctity and inner peace.
- The Vastu Purusha (see his image in Yantra above) embodies the spirit of the building and is responsible for its well-being, is centered here.
- He supports the convergence of directional energies.
- He is the Symbol of Life Space and he lies with his head directed towards the Northeast, his feet to the Southwest and his joints are located in the two dynamic directions, the Northwest and the Southeast.
The Best Room functions for the Centre of your home and business;
- Having an open centre or skylight window to allow light and air from above to enter your space is the best Vastu for here.
- Meeting, socialising and relaxing with close or intimate friends, family members or business partners.
- If there is no open space in the centre of your house then use the centre for neutral activities such as as a dining room, living room or spacious hallway or a room that leads to other rooms.
- A centre roof should slope towards the East and North.
- The walls in the centre of house should be white
- In India, the sacred tree, Tulasi, is usually kept in the centre of the courtyard. Circumambulating this holy tree cleanses the aura and uplifts the consciousness.
- Avoid keeping heavy storage or immovable items in the centre area since the subtle Ether element needs ‘space’.
- No clutter and clear space as much as possible.
- Any fire element here may increase any digestive disorders but of course electricity is unavoidable since it is everywhere, so try to avoid electrical heaters and fireplaces.
- A kitchen is not positioned auspiciously here
- Nor is a staircase
- Nor a bedroom
- Nor a toilet
The Negative outcome of Poor Vastu Has shown the following problems:
- Unsteadiness of mind
- Problematic family relations and emotional trauma
For Your Business
- Creativity stifled
- Dissatisfied customers and staff
Diseases fostered by long term weak Vastu in the Centre include
- Digestive disorders
- Mental instability
The Vastu Remedies
You may be unable to utilise all of the positive functions for the centre area. However you can by make use of Vastu tools for generating and amplifying all the positive energies the Centre has to offer you.
- Install the Vastu Purush Yantra (see figure at top of page) at an auspicious day and time in the centre point of your home, either on the wall or ceiling with the head of the vastu purush pointing towards the Northeast.
- Around the Yantra there is a geometrical structure made of three circles, in which the 32 directions of the sky are named and numbered. This structure has the effect of an antenna and at the same time of a mechanism, which strives to align the microcosm of your living space with the macrocosm of the universe.
- Attune yourself with the energies of these Yantras and Mantras and go within yourself to become grounded and centred.
- And try to ensure there is clear open ‘space’ here but this may not always be possible.
- If that’s the case then it would be a good time to install the activated Vastu Pyramid in the centre of your building. The powerful Vastu Maha Purush Mandala is also contained within the centre of pyramid.
The Positive outcome using Vastu Principles
- Positive Vastu here can create an environment that is supportive for overall good health, peace within ourselves and in our dealing with others.
- We can utilise the energy here to get more in touch with our inner peace and calmness.
- Mental and emotional stability and other positive health benefits are further benefits to be received.