It is believed that, reign of the king , a Sage who migrated from outer Kerala reached nearby Manjapara , Ayoor , Kollam. He visited the base places of Lord Ayiravalli and Kottukkal Cave temples and dedicated Goddess Ma Kaali at Manjappara Village to bless the local people who suffer from illness and disasters. Long time rituals worshiping of Goddess Ma Kaali were stoped and lost her presence from the village As an errand, Acharya Sree Dr.Shaji K Nair reached here to restore the worship and rituals to upgrade the Goddess Kaali Ma temple at the same premises. He could revive and dedicate Lord Ganesha, Mountain God, God Naga along with the God of wealth and fortune Kubera to the blessings and spiritual fortune of this Village and its peoples. A heavenly blessed place of natural surrounding with different kinds of birds and animals is the main attraction of this Ashram.
It is nearby the famous monuments Jatayu Earth Centre, Lord Airavalli Rock, and Kottukkal Cave Temple. Feng shui also known as Chinese geomancy, is an ancient Chinese traditional practice which claims to use energy forces to harmonize individuals with their surrounding environment. The term feng shui means, literally, "wind-water". From ancient times, landscapes and bodies of water were thought to direct the flow of the universal Qi – “cosmic current” or energy – through places and structures. Because Qi has the same patterns as wind and water, a specialist who understands them can affect these flows to improve wealth, happiness, long life, and family; on the other hand, the wrong flow of Qi brings bad results. More broadly, feng shui includes astronomical, astrological, architectural, cosmological, geographical, and topographical dimensions. Historically, as well as in many parts of the contemporary Chinese world, feng shui was used to orient buildings and spiritually significant structures such as tombs, as well as dwellings and other structures. One scholar writes that in contemporary Western societies, however, “feng shui tends to be reduced to interior design for health and wealth. It has become increasingly visible through 'feng shui consultants' and corporate architects, who charge large sums of money for their analysis, advice, and design Feng shui has been identified as both non-scientific and pseudoscientific by scientists and philosophers, and has been described as a paradigmatic example of pseudoscience. It exhibits a number of classic pseudoscientific aspects, such as making claims about the functioning of the world which are not amenable to testing with the scientific method. Some users of feng shui may be trying to gain a sense of security or control. Their motivation is similar to the reasons that some people consult fortune-teller.
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