‘Love’ or ‘Devotion’ or ‘Resonance’?

By Dr. Jessie Mercay
posted by Ganesh

Furthermore, Mayan discovered that he could create and control the qualities generated by a form (sculpture, house, poem, music, dance) by applying specific mathematical formulas to the creation of that form. Mayan discovered, for example, that he could apply his mathematical formulas to building a house. Depending on the formula used, that house will be harmonic to a human inhabitant or it will be disharmonic to that dweller. If a house was disharmonic, it could affect the life of the person in a negative way. If it was harmonic, it could affect the life of the dweller in a positive way.

This concept of harmony is called resonance. This is the origin of the concept of Bhakti (Devotion). It is a term coined by Mayan. Many people think of Bhakti as meaning love or devotion or service. It in fact means resonance. It has nothing to do with love or devotion or service. It means that in a Vaastu form, the form and the individual come into resonance and that resonance elevates the individual to the Divine level of the form. The Vaastu form is a divine form and the individual who is in resonance or Bhakti with that form begins to vibrate with the qualities of that form.

This concept can be demonstrated by striking a tuning fork and holding a still tuning fork of the same chord next to it can demonstrate this process. The still tuning fork will soon be vibrating as a result of being placed next to a vibrating tuning fork.

In that same way, the vibration or frequency of the built space will cause the space of the dweller to vibrate at the same frequency of the house. The built space emulates the Cosmic microabode and has at its heart – the center of the Brahmasthan or Brahma Bindu – a Cosmic microform. The human has the same microform within in the cave of the heart. The individual microform is like a tuning fork to environmental influences. Whatever is in the environment, the individual will begin to vibrate with that frequency. If you place yourself in the environment of a Cosmic Force, you automatically become in resonance with the qualities of the Cosmic Force. In a Vaastu building your heart resonates with the heart of the Cosmos – from Cosmic Heart to individual heart.

Hope you got the reasoning behind why religions say “Love is God”. 🙂

Mayan realized that for a human to be at peace, enjoy health, and experience spiritual bliss, he or she should well in a structure that vibrates with those qualities. A Vaastu building is constructed to vibrate with those qualities so that the indweller may live a life of bliss and well-being.


Fabric of The Universe: The Origins, Implications, and Applications of Vastu Science By Jessie J. Mercay. Text and diagrams, with permission, from Dr. Jessie Mercay, Fabric of the Universe, aumscience.com/wordpress. For any questions please visit http://www.aumscience.com.

Author: Ganesh

A soul in the search of eternal peace... "Be True, Love All, Help Others Selflessly, Live in Harmony and Rest in Peace"

7 thoughts on “‘Love’ or ‘Devotion’ or ‘Resonance’?”

  1. Excellent, I have been doing much the same in my choice of reading, if the first few words resonate with me in a harmonious way I continue, or else I turn simply away to something else that feels good!


    1. Yes, absolutely! All the aahamic temples around the world (India, South America,..) and even homes were have been built accordingly as per Vaastu. People used to visit temple to gain positive energy like recharging their battery. Even home is built accordingly it becomes temple by itself! 🙂


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