Top 12 easy vaastu tips for your home and office

  • First impressions are extremely important in vastu. When you first walk into your residence and office, what is the first thing you experience? This will be one of the strongest filter that your subconscious mind will receive. It is important that what you first see is beautiful & enlightening, such as a painting, fountain or something visually elevating about how you feel about your space. Make that first eye contact a powerful & beautiful impression for yourself.
  • In your office, you should always sit with a solid wall behind your back and as far from the gate as possible to have support from bosses, colleagues & friends.
  • Are you looking for a potential client? Place your address book or planner on North West corner of the desk.
  • Do you want to improve the energy level of your house and office? Ring the Tibetan bell for powerful energy in your house and office.
  • Want to improve the study of your children? Put Crystal on North East corner of their study table.
  • Never accept money between two fingers, as this is seen as cutting images. Accept the money with all five fingers.
  • Have name plate & number of your house on door. So that opportunities can trace you easily.
  • Do not sleep on a double bed with two different mattress. This creates a symbolic separation that could become real.
  • Want to improve marriage prospects? Hang crystal & light in South West corner. Keep Rose Quartz in South West of your room.
  • Never sit with your back facing the main door.
  • Never keep unrepaired instruments like, pen, watch, telephone, ect In the house and office. This will create negative energy in the house.
  • Check the door bell sound of your house. If it sounds irritating, family members will be short tempered. If it sounds dull voice, energy level of the house will be low. The door bell sound should be pleasing. In offices when the door is open and closed, then do not make the noise. Follow the above vaastu rules in your house and work place & feel the difference indeed!
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