India is all set to celebrate its 69th Independence Day this 15th. Schools have started march past sessions, arrangements for patriotic singing competitions have geared up, flag hosting arrangements are taking place in schools, colleges, offices, MNC’s and government buildings too are dusting away the idols of Indian freedom struggle. Just when almost everyone is drenched in pure, powerful and patriotic shades of saffron, blue and green, lets share some Vaastu secrets so that you an shun all vaastu errors and stand independent of any negative vibrations in the house.
Here we go…
- First and foremost THROW AWAY WHAT IS NOT REQUIRED. Do you know that our mind makes images to understand things, situations and people. Each time we open a cluttered closet or almirah our mind has to make thousands distorted images to understand the scenario and it drains away lot of energy! So Number one rule of vaastu is that the house should not house ANY thing which is not required by you. Either donate it or just do away with it.
- DUST IS A BIG NO NO. Do not let dust settle on anything. If not daily, then at least set aside two days from your hectic schedule just for dusting off things as dust does NOT allow fresh air to pass and acts as a fodder for micro organisms which we are unable to see from the naked eye.
- Remove all artificial flowers from your bedroom. It is a place where you share intimate moments, artificial flowers show artificiality in relationships. Throw them or place them somewhere else.
- Electronic gadgets which are not working to be discarded. One should discard the electronic gadgets which are broken, need repair or obsolete. They emit shar energy in the house.
- Broken dustbins to be removed. Dustbin denotes the one area or objects which holds the residue of the household, it should not be broken and or dirty in any case.
- Sharp objects like knife and scissors to be kept in case. They should not lie open in the kitchen or elsewhere.
- Half knitted woolen or half stitched clothes are a bad vaastu. They should be completed ASAP.
- Vehicles in non working condition should not be kept at the entrance of the house.
- Any sort of medical equipment like a wheelchair, clothes used during any surgery should be either donated or thrown away.
- Taps should not be broken or leaking, as it denotes wastage of money in the house.
- Medicines should never ever be placed in the kitchen.
- Torn and distorted pictures of deities should be properly wrapped and either to be donated to some temple or to be neatly placed in a carton. They should not be placed in the puja room.
- No image of a deity should be placed in the bedroom.
- Kids room should not have clutter under the bed as they may have sleepless nights.
- Last but not the least, one must have a complete family picture in any area of the house. This reminds everyone of the strong bond they share.
Here’s whishing a very happy Independence Day to everyone. For any further query please feel free to speak to me at 9810114184 or drop in a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org