august, 2018

17augAll Day19Vaastu Shastra Short Description: Learn how to organize your space in your home in order to promote spiritually positive vibrations to create a happy home.

Event Details

Full description :
According to Vaastu Shastra, all five elements (fire, water, earth, air, ether) must be in harmony and in their proper alignment for positive vibrations to flow through the structure properly. When this delicate balance is disturbed, this can cause a health problem from sleep disorder to major diseases. Everything in the house is affected by the ground energy and if this energy is not properly aligned, we can experience the disturbance in our mind, body and soul.

This workshop will teach you how to organize your space in your home in order to promote these spiritually positive vibrations to create a happy home. Come and discover why we are better off if we sleep with our head facing East, and much, more!

The workshop will be about creating a happy home by applying the teachings of Vaastu Shastra, understanding concepts of Space and Time and exploring the meaning of spatial Directions and the Colors associated with them. The workshop will also lead participants in a Meditation in a sacred Vaastu Vimana shrine to allow participants to find their inner color to strengthen themselves and to learn how to use this color in their interior to achieve peace and happiness at home.

Topics covered :
– Vimana Meditation workshop – meditation in the sacred structure
– Incredible architecture of Hindu Temples in Bhubaneshwar and Sun (Surya Temple) in Puri, Orissa
– The connection between acoustics and Hindu temple architecture

Teacher :
Olga Mandodari Sokolova is a student of Dr. V. Sthapati Ganapati, a well-known traditional architect of Southern India who has relied on Vaastu principles in all of his projects. Olga received her certificate as Vaastu Shastra Consultant from the International Institute of Mayonic Science and Technology, Chennai, India in 2005 after completing classes conducted by Dr. V. Ganapati Sthapati. In July of 2007 , Olga Mandodari assisted Dr. Sthapati in his lectures at the Sivananda Yoga Center in Val Morin, Canada, and was herself a guest lecturer. Her first publication, llustrated Research Papers on Mayonic Science and Technology of Kumari Continent, was recently published in India.


Check-in: Check-in is at 3 PM. After you arrive, feel free to join the yoga class at 4 PM and dinner at 6 PM.Check-out: Check-out is at 11 AM. Families with children 12 and under MUST contact us directly to book their stay.

Accommodation Fee

Single Room: $180 |Double Room: $200 |Shared Quad: $160 |Dorm: $120 |Cabin: $110 |Camping: $90The cost of accommodation includes lodging for the whole stay, all weekend activities (unless otherwise specified), scheduled meals, yoga classes, access to ashram amenities, and satsangs.


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