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Experience Positive Vibes with Vastu Shastra

by Ashley M. Field Explorer And Writer

Many people believe Vastu Shastra which has been considered as a Vedic study of architecture. It’s an ancient Hindu system of design supported directional alignments. There are several reasons behind the utilization of Indian vastu. The prime reason is to steer a healthy life. The bottom of Indian Vastu is traditionally associated with the mythical sage Mamuni Mayan. The primary approach of Vastu is to instigate more positive energy during a building and it particularly helpful within the area of happiness, prosperity, health and wealth etc. It also indicates us the way to avoid diseases and disasters in life that are largely suffering from the negative energy surrounding us.

The pooja room during a house should be within the east, north, or north-east corner of the house. It’s advised to not make the pooja room during a bed room, above, below or next to bathroom or kitchen. Moreover, all the fabric associated with pooja room should be kept within the southeast of the space. Pooja room should get on the bottom floor and never within the basement. According to Indian Vastu Shastra, bathrooms are often on the west or northwest sides of the house. It’s advised to suit the taps and showers in north direction.

Locker should be placed in a crucial direction like South-west corner. The wall and floor of the room should be of yellow color. Some vastushastris suggest putting a mirror against the locker to double the chance to realize wealth. Aside from the traditional techniques, many of us are adopting new sorts of Vastu Shastra. MahaVastu may be a 4-Step Indian Vastu Method to understand the influence of your building (living or work place) Vastu Shastra on you and your life. These influences are often positive or negative and are, accordingly, liable for your success or failure. Contact WorldAstro to know more. 


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About Ashley M. Innovator   Field Explorer And Writer

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Created on Sep 24th 2020 09:09. Viewed 132 times.

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