Vastu Introductory Course
A PATH TO HARMONIOUS LIVING
A path to harmonious living is an online beginner’s course on vAstu.
Course duration- 4 days. Participants will be required to set aside 2-3 hours each day to go through course material.
Topics are explained through notes and videos. Exercises for self-reflection are also included as part of course.
On Days 1 to 3, participants can go through the material at their own pace.
On Day 4, we will have a 2.5-hour interactive online session for group discussions and sharings which will be anchored by a facilitator from Ritambhara. For the upcoming course, it will be held on Aug 14th from 7 to 9:30 pm.
Additionally, we recommend participants to sign up for yoga classes. If interested, please send us an email. We will connect you with teachers/ yoga therapists trained in Krishnamacharya tradition for one-on-one sessions.
This program is open for anyone who wishes to study and explore vAstu concepts in a self-reflective and experiential manner.
- Overview of Traditional knowledge
- Understanding Space
- Ritual and its impact on Space
- What is vAstu?
- Temple as form of purusha
- vAstu purusha mandala
- Working with Self -Path of yoga and Personal dharma
- pada vinyAsa
- tAlam in sculpture
- Introduction to AyAdi
Limited seats are available.
- ₹ 5000 for Indian participants
- 100 $ (USD) for International participants
The completion of the 3 days course of Introductory Vaastu left me with a clear determination of wishing to delve more into this science. Vaastu is not abut some random rules of placing objects within a space. It is about tuning in to nature, getting out from the psychological into the existential reality, seeing the primordial cause in everything. I am happy to have found a teacher who abides by the knowledge she teaches, making it accessible to whoever is ready to imbibe it with reverence. In the course, a strong focus has been placed on empowerment through knowledge and personal experience. A constant input-output process through carefully crafted questions and practical exercises ensured that the disciples lived every piece of knowledge right away. It is known that objects placed in space in a certain way affect us at the subliminal level. internalised Vaastu merges ‘the dancer’ and the process of dancing into ‘the dance’ itself! When it happens, it feels like homecoming, for it is conducive to introspection into one’s own source. Last, but not least, irrespective of how esoteric it may sound, the course has a very practical approach, with concrete suggestions for your space to become your recharging abode – a place of comfort and wellbeing. I recommend this course to all those who are open minded and ready to experiment, those who can allow themselves to be surprised by the outcome.