Vaastu through the Arts – Part 1


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By Dr. Jessie Mercay
posted by Ganesh

The Swelling of Brahmam

The musician is poised for a moment over her sitar. Her attention is drawn to her source – her center point in the cave of her heart – Atman (Soul). She waits. In a moment, a swelling of consciousness begins as a vibration of the Brahma Sutra in her Atman. She translates that vibration into action as she strums the strings of her instrument. The music swells just as her Atman swells. The supreme bliss felt by the musician, as she becomes the bodily instrument of Brahmam is transferred through her music to the listener. She becomes the song of God. The listener becomes the song of God. Throughout her recital she strikes special micro notes that tap directly into the pulse of God that brings bliss to the listener. These srutis are received by the listener, transferred to the Atman of the listener, and the Atman of the listener begins to vibrate with Supreme bliss.

The poet pauses for a moment with his pen… The sculptor pauses for a moment with his chisel… The painter pauses for a moment with her brush…

When the artist knows the secrets of Vaastu science and arts then that artist becomes the bodily instrument for the swelling of consciousness and transfers that pulse or frequency into their art. The viewer or listener then shares in that unspeakable bliss. This was the art and music that lived world-wide in ancient days. One can experience bits and pieces of this through selections of Classical Indian music – particularly Carnatic music. Mozart seems to have struck a few blissful chords. Traditional Indian dance holds the secrets of a mathematical order. But music and dance today are pretty much bereft of access to these micro sounds called srutis. Dr. Veerapandian of SHASTRA University in Tanjore, India has decoded Mayan’s Aintiram in terms of what we call Mayonic music or Vaastu music with the hope of transforming music around the world for the well-being of humanity.

The sculptors of Dr. V. Ganapati Sthapati’s stone yard strike these micro notes with their chisels in the form of the mathematical order of the stone they sculpt. Vaastu architects, consultants, and builders who are trained through the American University of Mayonic Science and Technology also strike the micro notes with the application of the precise measure called Ayadi to building architecture.

Reference

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.

4 thoughts on “Vaastu through the Arts – Part 1

  1. What a powerful piece of writing. I love this post!!
    While reading this amazing quote:

    “When the artist knows the secrets of Vaastu science and arts then that artist becomes the bodily instrument for the swelling of consciousness and transfers that pulse or frequency into their art. The viewer or listener then shares in that unspeakable bliss.”

    …It was the first time that I have seen a true description of experiences of joy I have had while experiencing music. Thank you!

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