Vastu is the science of tapping in the positive energies of a structure and surrounding to improve the overall well being of humans; and there is no other place to implement Vastu than in one’s own home. Other than the people living in the house, Vastu is a factor that makes a house into a home. A home is an extension of our identity and a place to find oneself; hence Vastu for home has to be followed in each and every home. Regardless of your religion, caste or beliefs once you realize the simple Vastu tips for home you will understand that it is only science working in its subtle way. However by definition a home is a place where the God and humans reside and designing it to suit both of them is a true art of happiness and prosperity.
Below are some Vastu tips for home: –
- Is your home well lit? Avoid darkness in any room, dark corners, and dim lights in the evening as it spreads negative energy in the House. Darkness represents evil energy, especially in the evening. If your home is not well lit you will witness dullness within your family members.
- Are there any mirrors in the house that is broken? Avoid keeping broken mirrors in the house as it attracts negative energy in the house. If a mirror is used as per Vastu then it has the power to reflect positivity and attracts unimagined fortunes. However broken mirrors invite misfortune by the second.
- Is a place of worship near the house good or bad? As per Vastu there should be no Temple, Church or Mosque next to or in front of your house as this will attract negative energy. There would be no harm financially but the residents will face health issues and mental stress. Vastu has a no-stay rule for people living near temples of certain deities.
- Is your house clean? Always keep your house clean and clutter free as it attracts positive energy. People have a natural tendency to stay in clean places as it generates happiness from within.
- Why is it advised to place a mirror in the dining room? Because it attracts positivity in the house and signifies the doubling of food and wealth.