The concept this research focuses on is meditation, introspection, “dhyaan.” Instead of focusing one’s attention on the vastu objects, I envision creating an environment where one can focus on themselves and their life. This is the power of sacred images. Nature and its elements are always in proportion and in harmony. Not only architects and designers take inspiration from natural elements, but also mathematical equations and formulas are inspired by nature. One such mathematical concept is fractal geometry. Fractal geometry plays with the outer sight and inner vision (meditation) of a living being. It is a form of appropriate vessel for inner visions. Nature’s illusionary beauty is a work of art for the captivating vision for our outer sight (the eye). Their appeal is to our insatiable, restlessly roving, observing outer eye. The Indian sacred images do not exist simply to look at; the intent is that the inner eye fixates upon them. Each pattern can be used individually on any surface in any material. And a combination of them all brings dimensionality within the space.
Online presentation research data:
To support the research of Vastu Shastra, I played the role of an Architect/Designer, true to my profession, and offered online consultation to different clients seeking to build a home or design solution. Using these stories, every client has been given a different design response.