Sunday March 17, 2013
Pyramids at the fair
Sunday Star Ancient Secrets columnist T. Selva will be sharing several ancient remedies which can be applied to ease health problems at the Star Health Fair 2013.
INDIVIDUALS having difficulty sleeping should place copper pyramids in their bedroom to remove negative energies and improve subtle energy flow for a good night’s snooze, says Vasthu Sastra (Indian feng shui) expert T. Selva.
According to Selva, pyramids can be used effectively to help individuals having sleep disorder because it has the power to ward off stale and unwanted forces in any space and restore the enclosure with vibrancy.
“If a dweller is experiencing interrupted or disturbed sleep, it is an indication that the space is being governed by bad energies that will affect the harmony and balance of the person’s body, mind and spirit.
“This issue can be easily tackled by placing copper pyramids on the bed side table, under the bed or in the four corners of the bedroom and this will revitalise the force,” said Selva, who will be presenting a talk entitled “Power of Pyramids and Vasthu Sastra” at The Star Health Fair on April 13 in Kuala Lumpur.
He notes that since ancient times, the four sloping sides of the pyramid have been found to attract powerful bio-energy forces that can help in healing, and sick people would often sleep overnight under large pyramids as part of their 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 notes, adding that pyramids are now gaining popularity in homes as a means of enhancing energy flow, particularly in properties that are governed by “dullness”.
Selva said experiments have shown that pyramids have the power to change the mental, physical and emotional states of individuals who have been exposed to its vibrations.
Selva says some of the use and effects of pyramids include:
● Placing a pyramid on your desktop in the work place can help remove stale energy and improve the working environment.
● Meditating under a pyramid-shaped structure can help an individual reach a state of consciousness that can assist in self-healing.
● Placing beverages and food under a pyramid-shaped cover will ensure they stay fresh longer and taste better.
● Medicines placed under the pyramid will become more effective.
● Water stored under a pyramid gets energised, and when drunk, brings relief to those with skin diseases.
● Placing a pyramid under a cut or wound expedites the healing process.
● Building a house in the shape of a pyramid can increase the occupants’ lifespan.
● Sleeping under a pyramid helps retard ageing and retain youthful looks.
● Placing pyramids made with copper in the corners of the house can remove fatigue and low self-esteem.
● You may receive positive results within a few days if you write a wish on a piece of paper and place it under a pyramid.
Selva says the power of the pyramid is said to be boundless, and to experience its benefits, an individual should try it with complete faith and respect.
Selva, who is the author of the bestseller Vasthu Sastra Guide, adds he would also be showing how people can apply Vasthu Sastra in their homes for better health.
He says if a couple sleeps in the wrong quadrant of the house, like in the south-east for instance, they would experience tension, ill health and will have no peace of mind.
“Consuming food cooked from an inauspicious quadrant of the house can also result in bad health over a period of time.
“The auspicious location for the stove in the kitchen should be in the south-east and north-west. Food prepared in any of the two quadrants will taste and be digested well, and will keep the family happy and united,” he says.
Selva would also be teaching participants how to reorganise their homes without tearing down walls and renovations. The 5,000-year-old result-orientated science of construction could be easily practised by any individual seeking good health, peace, happiness and harmonious living.
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Selva’s talk will be held on April 13 at 3.45pm at Hall 3 at The Star Health Fair, Mid Valley Exhibition Centre, Kuala Lumpur.
This year’s theme ‘Let’s Live Great!’ is to inspire Malaysians to lead a healthy life by being physically and mentally fit. The Star Health Fair 2013 is organised by The Star, with Great Eastern Life as the event partner. It will be held in Halls 1 to 3 of the Mid Valley Exhibition Centre from April 12 to 14. It is open from 10am to 7pm and admission is free. For enquiries or to participate, call 03-79671388 (ext 1243/1529) or visit www.facebook.com/thestarhealthfair.