Use Vaastu principles to know what type of plots are not suitable for residential purposes
While selecting a plot for constructing a house, one should carefully consider the plot quality as it is an important factor that influences Vaastu energy. Here are some plots that should be avoided: Land with buried carcass, presence of bones and coal can cause constant troubles to residents. A plot with big boulders, stones and rocks could indicate that the residents will have to deal with issues such as poverty. A water-clogged plot is not a good sign. Water seepage from the ground in a plot gives rise to tensions and is inauspicious for the residents. It is not advisable to construct on land that once belonged to temples, charitable trusts, satsang ghar, public organisations and hospitals, even if it is acquired legally. Land on which a temple shadow falls, or a plot adjacent to a temple's walls is not good for living purposes, as it leads to mental unrest and other problems. Land filled with stagnating waste water should not be used for constructing a house. It can harm the children's future and cause chronic diseases among residents. Land with cracks in it is not good for constructing a house. If you get the smell oil, blood or fish from the soil of a plot then it should not be used for human habitation. It can lead to early death and accidents. Land with trees that yield milky sap on cutting is not good. Land adjacent to graveyards or cremation grounds is inauspicious for living.
The author is a renowned vaastu consultant, and provides vaastu consultancy in India and abroad to major real estate development groups.