Aus­pi­cious be­gin­nings

There can be noth­ing bet­ter than mak­ing the right be­gin­ning at the right time. Vaastu ex­pert Naresh Sing­hal shows you the way

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Shrine wise

We have a two-room flat and due to paucity of space our shrine of wor­ship is placed in the bed­room. Since Navra­tras have started and rit­u­als are fol­lowed ev­ery day, is there any rem­edy based on vaastu that we can fol­low? First of all, it is not rec­om­mended to have a place of wor­ship in your bed­room. Try to shift it to the other room, if pos­si­ble or you can visit the tem­ple to of­fer your prayers dur­ing Navra­tras. If at all you want to per­form the pooja at home, it is rec­om­mended that dur­ing this time, you and your wife stay separately.

Fast aid

I feel I am not blessed as I am not able to fol­low the rit­u­als dur­ing Navra­tra. I am into my men­strual cy­cle but still want to fast. Is there any other way I can fol­low the rit­u­als with the help of vaastu? There is no need to feel guilty about this be­cause it is a nat­u­ral cy­cle which can­not be avoided. It is bet­ter not to fast dur­ing your men­strual cy­cle. You may fol­low the last day of Navra­tra and fast dur­ing that day.

Aus­pi­cious en­try

We have bought a house re­cently but not moved in. We know that Navra­tras are aus­pi­cious and hence would want you to rec­om­mend a suit­able day for griha pravesh. Also is it nec­es­sary to per­form the “Vaastu Shanti” pooja along with the rou­tine Navra­tra poo­jas be­fore griha pravesh? As you know Navra­tras are aus­pi­cious in its own way and griha pravesh can be per­formed as the cos­mic en­ergy flow is more dur­ing these days. “Vaastu Vid­haan” pooja is per­formed dur­ing the con­struc­tion of a house and if it is not fol­lowed, it is rec­om­mended that you per­form the “Vastu Shanti” pooja as it will help in re­mov­ing the neg­a­tive en­er­gies, if any, in the house.

Proper in­stal­la­tion

Re­cently we ap­proached a vaastu con­sul­tant as we were fac­ing cer­tain prob­lems and were told about the vaastu de­fects in our house. We were ad­vised to in­stal pyra­mids as they are sym­bols of en­ergy. Is it ad­vis­able to in­stal pyra­mids dur­ing the on­go­ing Navra­tras? What is a good time? Please ad­vise. If we fall sick, we do not choose any par­tic­u­lar day to visit the doc­tor. The same way, to pro­tect the house from neg­a­tive en­ergy there are no par­tic­u­lar days to be fol­lowed. Pyra­mids can be in­stalled dur­ing Navra­tras un­der the guid­ance of a vaastu con­sul­tant.

Right di­rec­tion

We have bought an east-fac­ing plot of 650 square feet. We want to start the con­struc­tion process dur­ing Navra­tra. Which part of the plot should we start the con­struc­tion process from to avoid vaastu de­fects? Navra­tras are aus­pi­cious for any new project and hence start­ing con­struc­tion dur­ing this time is a very good idea. As re­gards di­rec­tion, it is rec­om­mended to visit a Pan­dit. If it is not pos­si­ble to do that, as per vaastu ,you can start the con­struc­tion from the north­east di­rec­tion.

Ac­cept­able of­fer­ings

The north-east cor­ner of our plot is aban­doned. We have heard that this is a ma­jor vaastu de­fect. We were also told that the of­fer­ings made in such a house will not be ac­cept­able. Is this true? The north-east di­rec­tion is the zone for wor­ship. When this di­rec­tion is aban­doned or miss­ing, a plot or apart­ment is con­sid­ered de­fec­tive. How­ever, dur­ing Navra­tras the neg­a­tive en­ergy flow is low, so you can per­form rit­u­als ir­re­spec­tive of this de­fect.

Of­fice over­haul

I am plan­ning to ren­o­vate my of­fice dur­ing Navra­tra. Are there are any vaastu guide­lines which can help me suc­ceed in my busi­ness? As you know, Navra­tra is aus­pi­cious for any new project. So, it is a good idea for ren­o­va­tion. If you have planned to print new vis­it­ing cards, brochures or sign boards you can print in Chi­nese red colour. You can also paint the east wall yel­low.

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