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The Significance of Dreams

Sleep is a biological necessity and an integral component of our daily routine. Whether one remembers or not, dreams do appear in specific phases of sleep of every person. An extensive research by Dr. Edwin Dismond, an eminent american dream scientist, has shown that a normal healthy person experiences about 5 to 6 dreams per course of sleep. On an average, these dreams last for about 20 minutes. Dreams, in his view, are essential for maintaining mental health. Dreams are called 'Swapna' in Sanskrit language. The literal meaning of the word conveys "seeing (experiencing) that as real which is not experienced in the real (perceivable) world." Dreams have been the focus of curiosity and enquiry since the beginning of human civilization. Haphazard or vague dreams are experienced during the 'subconscious' (Swapna Nidra) or 'disturbed' sleep due to sickness, stress, etc. Such dreams are often shortlived, perplexing and meaningless. In a state of deep sleep (sushupti) dreams either do not appear or they appear with sharp impressions and are of longer duration. The dreams which are clearer and longer attract attention of the dreamer and he is curious to know the cause and implication of such dreams.

Vaastu : An Effective Method of Peace and Prosperity

Vaastu Shastra is an ancient science and an important part of our heritage. It is a science, which outlines the methods of construction of houses and other structures in a proper way. In ancient time, this science was used in construction of palaces, houses and other buildings. It was used not only in the big cities, but in rural areas also. The development, extension and prosperity of a city depends on its planning and designing. In the same manner, the houses, industries which are constructed in the city have a great effect on its resident's prosperity and progress. As a result of increase in the population day by day, the availability of the land is decreasing and limited land is available for construction of houses and industries. Also the cost of land available is very high and an ordinary man can’t afford to buy it. So, he is not in a position to select the land as per Vaastu-Shastra’s rules. He constructs the house neglecting the Vaastu rules and suffers mentally and financially.

History of Vastu

Vastu is a part of Vedas, which are believed to be four to eight thousand years old. Through penance and meditation yogis of that period acquired answers believed to have come from the cosmic mind itself to their questions. Hence Vedas are heeded with divine knowledge. The art of Vastu originates in the Stapatya Veda, a part of the Atharva Veda.

Vaastu Remedy by Colours

Colours can add a completely different dimension to our lives. Every emotion in us is releted to some colour or the other. Not only human beings, but every living organism is affected by different colours to a great extent. A house made of cement and bricks don’t look beautiful until it is emblazoned with colours. Colours attract everyone, may be that is why colourful things like flowers, butterflies, rainbows etc. bring liveliness, happiness and vitality to our lives.

Interiors with Vastu

Vastu has been a subject of interest since ancient times. Many ancient buildings and Temples were constructed considering the laws and principles of Vastu and we see most of them are still in existence in spite of long under struggle with the nature. • The North-East corner of a house should be allotted to the temple. It gives peace and good mental health to the residents but if it is heavily loaded or kept dirty the residents suffer from hypertension, lack of peace and there is restriction in growth. In interior decoration this corner of each room should be kept empty or it should be very light.

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