Optional Special Trip to Visit Vaastu* House and Temple
in Patagonia, Arizona
Sunday, December 20, and Monday, December 21
(Winter solstice is Monday, December 21, 2015, at 9:48 pm MST. )
Everyone is invited to drive to Patagonia, Arizona on Sunday, December 20, to visit an authentic Vaastu house and temple.
- Visit Jackie Fleder’s Vaastu house and temple in Patagonia, as well as a few other Vaastu buildings, as time allows.
Depart with group from the retreat center Sunday afternoon (transportation provided) to attend the event Sunday evening at Jackie’s temple. Plan to stay at a hotel in
Patagonia and enjoy meals with other heartfriends.
Monday morning, attend event on Jackie’s property. At 10:30 a.m. depart for the Tucson airport (transportation provided).
You are responsible for your Sunday overnight accommodations (single or double, reasonable rates. See below.) and for 2 meals on Monday.
Vastu* science explains how God manifests into the material world we experience. This body of knowledge was cognized by an ancient Rishi named Mayan more
than 12,000 years ago to derive material forms for the spiritual and material benefit of mankind. Mayan perceived there was an infinite source of
energy that sought to manifest as the material world. He demonstrated that artisans could create forms that would bring abundance, wellbeing and
spiritual bliss to humanity.
A building, like a human being, is manifest space and is alive. A temple, being supremely manifest space, is worship worthy.
The objective of Vaastu architecture is to enclose space such that the building manifests God’s consciousness and vibrates with many God-qualities, including wealth, health, harmony and joy. Those who spend time in a Vaastu building, or live nearby, begin vibrating at the frequency of the building and
are raised in consciousness. They begin to outpicture God-qualities to a greater degree in their lives and make better choices. These buildings benefit
both the owner and the community-at-large.
The temple shown below was built by students of the American University of Mayonic Science and Technology under the direction of Dr. Jessie Mercay in
Patagonia. More information on Vastu can be found on Dr. Jessie’s website: http://www.aumscience.com.
Most Indian Rishis, including all of the 18 siddhas, such as Pantanjali, received their enlightenment while spending extensive time at a Vaastu temple.
Villagers who were sick were sent to spend a few days in a temple. Often they would receive a dream about an herb that would aid in healing. Other times the
temple would heal them. Dr. Mercay, who has traveled all over India studying Vaastu architecture and temples, feels that the temples built by AUM University students are as vibrant as any in India. Please consider visiting these temples after the conference.
Patagonia is located an hour south of Tucson and 20 miles north of the Mexican/Arizona border. The closest airport is in Tucson.
Accommodations, Transportation, Food
- Car transportation will be provided. If required, a small van will be rented with reasonable fees charged.
Several restaurants and a natural foods grocery store are within walking distance of the Stage Stop Motel and Duquesne House.
- Hotels in Patagonia are close to Jackie’s home.
Stage Stop Motel: 520-394-2211. Group rate until November 30: $69 per night for single occupancy; $79 per night double occupancy (with tax: $77.69 and
$88.95.) When reserving your room tell them that you are with The Hearts Center
Cross Creek Inn: 520-400-7230. No group rate
The Duquesne House:
http://www.theduquesnehouse.com. No group rate
*Vaastu is the architecture.
*Vastu is the science.