Thursday, 3 December 2015


PETALING JAYA: Those experiencing interrupted or disturbed sleep should do an “audit” of their dwelling place because restless slumber can be an indication that the area is being influenced by negative energy.

According to Vasthu Sastra (the ancient Indian science of architecture and construction), when a person’s sleep is ruined, it will hurt their health and disrupt the balance between body, mind and spirit.

Sunday Star Ancient Secrets columnist T. Selva said such issues could be corrected by rearranging the enclosed space to attract positive subtle energy.

“For those having interrupted sleep and waking up feeling fatigued, this can be due to the fact that they are sleeping in the direction of the magnetic grid of the earth, the north.

“Sleeping with the head towards the north and legs toward the south can affect sleep and health over a period of time,” said Selva, who will be presenting a talk on health remedies according to ancient secrets and Vasthu Sastra at the FitForLife 2015 Fair on April 12 in Kuala Lumpur.

He said the best directions to face when sleeping were east, west and north.

Selva, who is the author of Vasthu Sastra Guide, said dwellers with illnesses should check their homes to determine whether the five elements of ether, fire, water, earth and air were in harmony.

He said an imbalance among the elements could adversely influence the human senses of touch, feel, taste, sight and smell.

At the talk, Selva said he would show how people could tap into pyramid energy for healing.

He said the four sloping sides of the pyramid had been found to attract powerful bio-forces that could help in healing, and sick people would often sleep overnight under large pyramids as part of the healing process.

“In alternative therapy, the pyramid is used to ease aches and pains because its geometrical shape has the power to store and emit therapeutic energies.

“The unseen energies have the strength to neutralise negative forces in any space and speed up cure,” he said, adding that pyramids were now gaining popularity in homes as a means of enhancing energy flow, particular­ly in properties that are governed by “dullness”.

Selva added that experiments had shown that pyramids have the power to change the mental, physical and emotional states of individuals who have been exposed to its vibrations.

His talk will be held at the FitForLife fair on April 12 at noon to 1pm at Mid Valley Exhibition Centre, Kuala Lumpur. Admission is free.

This year’s FitForLife theme, “Get Fit. Live Great!’, aims to inspire Malaysians to lead a healthy lifestyle and adopt a holistic approach that includes physical and mental fitness, financial health and general fitness.


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