is not really forcing your mind to be quiet; it's
finding the quiet that's already there. In fact, when
you really examine the background static of guilt,
worry, resentment, wishful thinking, fantasy,
unfulfilled hopes, and vague dreams in your head, it
becomes clear that the internal dialogue going on
inside is literally controlling us. Each of us is the
victim of memory—that's how the Ayurvedic masters
diagnosed it thousands of years ago.
the screen of our internal dialogue, there is
something entirely different: the silence of a mind
that is not imprisoned by the past. That's the silence
we want to bring into our awareness through
is this important?
Because silence is the birthplace of happiness.
Silence is where we get our bursts of inspiration, our
tender feelings of compassion and empathy, our sense
of love. These are all delicate emotions, and they're
easily drowned out by the chaotic roar of the internal
dialogue. But when you discover the silence in your
mind, you no longer have to pay attention to all those
random images that trigger worry, anger, and pain.
you gain experience with meditation, you'll begin to
feel the reappearance of youthful energy and vitality
that is being released from a deeper level of the
nervous system. This is a very profound change and the
real fountain of youth.
Jala, Agni, Vayu & Akash
are basic ingredients of any VASTU. Right
combination creates intense & harmonious
environment within & without, to be cosmic law.
Ayurveda, Yoga, Meditation, Reiki, Energy healing are
various occult shastras incorporated in the study of
Vastu Silpa Shastra.
is an Indian architectural science founded by
ancient Rishies, through their meditative approach and
intuitions. Basic concept of VASTU is just to
make harmony between man and nature, and the result
will follow like shadow, but unfortunately VASTU
is misunderstood and believed as superstitions. VASTU
has been embraced by all the cultures of the world,
for example if we look ancient architectures of Rome,
or England's queens Buckingam palace, or even
magnificent India's Taj Mahal which is one among the
seven wonders are totally based on VASTU
science. In ancient India VASTU shastra is used
in every part of lifestyle still it is reflecting in
In modern times VASTU has become the essential
need today, as man has forgotten to live with
nature.By applying VASTU which means just
changing the surrounding environment around us and
applying right direction of our eating, sleeping,
studying or even working place, we simply allow energy
to work harmoniously and it will bring positive
results in all dimensions of our life which includes
our material, physical and spiritual growth.
is a NATURE. Soham is a essence of our Living. This is
a Mantra for life.
cycle of breathing is Soham.
Breath in is SO.
Breath out id HUM.
Quality of life is based on how consciously we breath
and live. Awareness of Breath in and Breath out brings
you Peace, Harmony and Satisfaction. Our conscious
efforts here are to bring the best at your surrounding
to enhance the Life Style.
Our living consists of the surrounding Nature (Prakriti).
We live in and our bodily receptive senses (Indriya).
Conscious & aware Soham is the key of success to
tune and mearge you and existence around you.
every senses is connected (&Ruled by) to one of
each (Pancha Tatva) Vastu Elements & Shapes
(Form). Thus we imbibe esthetic way to express the
vision of Soham in making your Dreams True for Living.
" As your relation with your Environment".
The Five senses that make you feel the five Elements (P.T.)
of existence & Sixth Sense- is intelligence (Pragya).
brings balance between you & your Environment.
of our Living is to Utilise pancha Mahabhuta by
Panchendriya the most harmonious way. As the Body of
Human being is a suburb Example of Combination of (P.T.
& P.I.) senses & Elements
Body & Galaxy (Vishva) - Cosmic Body consists of
Earth as abase for building a Foundation of human
being, which has its own 'Gandh' unique for one to
one. Whatever is rooted earthly has a Gandh of itself.
Element Earth of our body is combined with the support
of 70% of water element, it harmonious & absorb it
stands for life itself. Wind, which is very important
element balancing all Elements & Senses, as plays
very significant role in Ayurveda. Wind allows
conscious Flow of our life.
which is Fire in existence & Aap in our body to
keep things alive, warm & Shakti igniting. Fire
determines the Formation with the help of wind, water
is the derive Force for every shape & size within
us & everywhere in Nature.
i.e. Aakash where everything evolve & merge in
itself it is the vision infinite understanding &
reproductive in itself. Any travel of life, all
happenings of Nature is within this infinite space.
Space is always in & out of every element, as the
either is everywhere in Galaxy, which will remain
has been studying 'the being' for more than a decade.
He has assimilated techniques from Vedic philosophies
and formulated them for the modern day man to practice
and benefit from. This is what Dhyan Foundation calls
the 'Sanatan Kriya' (The Complete Kriya).
kriya affects all the layers of the being and thus
takes a being to, as told in the Vedic philosophy of
Ayurveda, 'Prakriti' (nature, that is, bliss) and not
'Vikriti' (against nature, that is, disease).
a sadhak follows the path of yoga he/she ties
himself/herself to a certain regime. By following this
set routine over a period of time the sadhak starts
evolving. In the physical plane we can identify
certain dormant centers in the brain which start
awakening and becoming sensitive to subtler stimuli,
which we are not able to identify in our current
states, i.e. the higher areas of the brain get
activated, which were considered dormant or not used
in the day to day acts of normal physical life.
Kriya is part of the prescribed sadhna that brings
with it emotional and financial stability along with
is a simple 4 step kriya which will
bring about immense glow and strength in you both
internal and external.
1: These are basic joint rotations which
bring about flexibility and immense strength in the
joints. And as reversed to the other high impact
exercises they don’t tire the physical and one feels
start from the neck, then the shoulders, the wrists,
pelvic region, knees and finally the ankles, moving
them all both clockwise and anti clock wise. Just
ensure two things during the rotations:
rotation has to be done with closed eyes and full
awareness of the joint being rotated as it helps
in developing that part.
movement has to be coordinated with the breathing.
Till half rotation we inhale and exhaling we
complete the other half.
2: Sinha Pranayam: Sitting
in Vajra Asana, tongue sticking out,
we start exhaling, pushing out the air inside.
Inhalation happens automatically.
3: 'Chakra Santulan Pranayam'
which brings about a beautiful balance in the body.
are seven main chakras located in our
etheric. These are the energy centers in the body
which draw the prana from the
environment which is essential for running our body.
Chakra: At the base of our spine
Chakra: 2” above Muladhar
At the navel
chakra: In the centre of the chest cavity
Chakra: Throat region
Between the eyebrows
Beyond the head
in Vajra Asana palms facing inwards,
inhaling, we move our hands up, stopping at each chakra
for a few moments and as we reach Sahastrar,
we open our hands, palms facing upwards.
slowly we start exhaling and as we move down our hands
we again stop at each chakra for a
few moments this time in descending order.
4.1: 'Paanch Maha Prana Dhyan'
are 5 main pranas in the body-
Vayu, the upward rising force in the region
between the diaphragm and the shoulders.
Vayu, the downward moving force from the navel
towards the pelvic.
Vayu, the balancing force of the Prana vayu and
Apaan Vayu. It is the outwards and sideways moving
force in the region between the diaphragm and the
Vayu, rising upwards from the pit of the throat.
the Vayaan Vayu, the all-pervading reserve force.
practice this once again we sit in Vajra Asana,
become aware for 2-3 minutes of each of these pranas
in the body. This dhyan also brings
about a balance in the body.
4.2: The final step of the 'Sanatan
Kriya' is the 'Dhyan with the Guru'.
become aware of your Anahaat Chakra
and a soft baby pink lotus with a pink hue all around
at your Anahaat. Become aware of your
Guru and gently and softly connect with him. And be
with your Guru for sometime forgetting about
everything else in the world.
regular practice of this simple but extremely
effective kriya and the grace of the Guru
helps the practitioner achieve a beautiful balance,
glow and strength in the body.