There is no better time than the present to integrate these seven easy Vedic action steps into your daily routine. They can support your health by reducing and even eliminating toxins, both environmentally and within the body. By reducing toxins, you also eliminate stress and, when you eliminate the stress that inhibits you, your experience of the world will begin to transform.
Spring is an ideal time to try a clearing ceremony to purify and enliven the energy in your office or home. The ceremony, which is a simple process, will consecrate your space with your good intentions and help turn it into sacred space for the upcoming time ahead. This ceremony honors the five elements—earth, air, fire, water, and space—and calls forth harmony, new beginnings, and balance in your life.
Preparation for the Clearing Ceremony
To begin this process, you will need a small, round, flat tray that you can easily carry in one hand.
The night of the full moon holds great significance in Vedic teachings. Whatever good intention is initiated as the moon grows into its fullness will be auspicious and provide beneficial results.
There is a powerful technique you can do each month on the night or day leading up to when the moon reaches its fullest point that enhances positive change and ensures your days will be filled with grace and ease. The technique, called the Full Moon Altar, is based on the principles of Vastu, the Vedic science of building in harmony with nature.
Many people on a spiritual path begin their day with every intention to remain heart-centered, balanced, and responsive. To ensure your mind, body, and spirit run smoothly, you might exercise, practice yoga, meditate, complete a series of breathing exercises, or pray. These activities protect your physical health, nervous system, and well-being. Yet, with the enormous rise of unrest and violence in the world, you might find it challenging to stay centered.
Thanksgiving, which marks the beginning of the holiday season in the United States, is supposed to be a time where we come together to give thanks for the blessings and bounty we have received. However, the chaos of holiday travel, shopping for a large meal, or preparing for guests can distract us from the true meaning behind this season of gratitude.
Do you wake up groggy or have trouble sleeping? Are your children waking with nightmares or have respiratory problems? Does your love life leave something to be desired? If you answered yes to any of these questions, it may be time look at your bedroom from a Vastu perspective to see if something is brewing in the environment there that needs your attention.
Since man’s earliest days on earth, people have created altars and shrines in sacred places to invoke the spirits, pray to their chosen deities and gods, and express their devotion to the forces of the unseen that guided their lives.
That tradition has continued into the modern society. These days, it’s not uncommon for individuals to have a small, personal sacred space to connect with the unlimited abundance present in the universe.