HOW can a couple enhance their sexual relationship by following Vasthu Sastra?
This is a question frequently asked by many readers who want to know how can they use the ancient knowledge to improve their bond.
Vasthu Sastra (science of dwelling), Kamasutra (art of sensuous love) and Ayurveda (science of life) are inter-connected and any couple observing all the three sciences can achieve total wellness. It is vital for readers to understand how these sciences work to ensure a happy union. In Vasthu, a couple who has sex in the south-west location of their house will enjoy the satisfactory pleasures and the chances of them being blessed with a healthy child is greater. Kamasutra, which incorporates yoga positions, is as old as the 5,000-year-old science of Vasthu. It highlights the marriage of the spiritual and the sensual, which stems from the Indian belief that the body is as sacred as the spirit. In Sanskrit, Kamasutra means sensuous love or an emotional feeling of attachment. When a couple is exploring Kamasutra poses, it should be performed after sunset in the correct location of a house to enjoy the desired result.
To achieve the ultimate satisfaction, a couple is encouraged to follow the tips provided by Ayurveda.
In Ayurveda, individuals who wish to enjoy the pleasures of the world should sleep on their left side, because this promotes the functioning of the right nostril, obstructing free flow through the left. The right nostril heats and activates the body, and increases an individual’s interest in food, sleep and sex.
This assists the individual to better externalize their personality to enable them to enjoy sensuousness. Sleeping on back allows both nostrils to function together, which discourages body, mind, and spirit integration and indirectly promotes disease by encouraging energy to leave the body. Sleeping on the stomach promotes diseases directly by obstructing deep and healthy breathing. It is best to sleep with the crown of your head facing east and your feet to the west. This promotes meditative sleep.
Sleeping with your head to the north draws energy out of the body,disturbing mind, body and spirit integration. If your head is to the south, energy is drawn into your body, improving your health. In short, sleeping on the left side is most relaxing, on the right most digestive, on your back, disturbing to the Vata (air) and sleeping and on your stomach is, disturbing to all of the above.
In Ayurveda, individuals who do not regulate their sexual impulses are more prone to loss of strength, a weak immune function and various diseases owing to the depletion of vitality.
According to ayurvedic expert Dr CD Siby from the Ayur Centre in Petaling Jaya, those who regulate their sexual energy will have increased memory, power, intelligence, health and longevity.
According to the ancient science, unsatisfied sexual urge is the cause of many diseases. Sexual frustration creates anger and this imbalances the female sex organ, blood flow and affects her menstruation. Menstrual disturbances heighten a women’s emotional aggravation.
It is difficult for such a woman to become pregnant, and should she become pregnant, her misery will be transferred to the child in her womb by the toxins circulating in her impure blood.
Any baby growing in such an environment will grow up unsatisfied and angry because emotions are the foundation of a child’s constitution. The foundation of sexual stress is often loss of Ojas, which is caused by over sexual indulgence. (Ojas is the purest expression of metabolism and the end product of correct digestion and assimilation of food).
Many modern couples fail to take time to enjoy sex and seek only self-gratification instead of mutual satisfaction. Masturbation is the culmination of this tendency, the apex of self-indulgence and an unwarranted waste of energy.
Repetitious unsatisfying sex is certain to cause disease. Individuals lose the willingness to surrender themselves to each other in sexual union when they feel vulnerable because of weak identities. Lack of Ojas, especially due to frequent obsessive sex, weakens the aura, and whenever anyone gets too close, subliminal alarm bells begin to go off.
Sexual satisfaction occurs between two partners, not between two genital organs. It does not happen immediately but grows and develops over time. The first step in improving an individual’s sexual experience is to resist temptation to hop from bed to bed to seek improved pleasure. An individual must stick to one partner.
Vata (air) people are tempted by variety more than the other types. They should satisfy this craving for variation with new techniques and positions, not with new partners.
Pitta (fire) people also have roving eyes, but their principle urge is for intensity of experience and not variation. They have to be careful not to completely dominate a weaker partner, to permit their craving for intensity to mesmerize them into perversion.
Kapha (water) people are less likely to roam, and since sex is a good vigorous exercise for them, they can be encouraged to do it more often.