For a sound sleep and strong ties

The highly ben­e­fi­cial Vaastu zones for bed­rooms are the south, west and east

HT Estates - - HTESTATES - Khushdeep Bansal

Asuit­ably lo­cated bed­room en­sures mar­i­tal bliss, good sleep and helps you stay re­laxed.

The science of Vaastu fo­cuses on ar­rang­ing ob­jects in the proper lo­ca­tions or Vaastu zones to gen­er­ate and main­tain the en­er­gies of a house.

Now, what kind of bed­room do you have? Do you sleep well, are you re­laxed, do you get enough rest in your bed­room?

Rest is one pri­mary func­tion of a bed­room. Never un­der­rate the proper use of any space. Any kind of clut­ter can cause ma­jor up­heavals in your life. The bed­room is im­por­tant as it is your sanc­tum sanc­to­rum.

The highly ben­e­fi­cial and ideal Vaastu zones for bed­rooms are south, west and east. Your pro­fes­sion mat­ters too. For re­lax­ation and fame, choose a room in the south. The west is meant for fi­nan­cial gains and pros­per­ity.

The east is the vaastu area of so­cial as­so­ci­a­tions and can serve as a healthy and happy bed­room. The south Vaastu zone can also bring you money and is good for mar­ried cou­ples. For stu­dents and young­sters, the east zone i s ben­e­fi­cial. I t also helps politi­cians and peo­ple de­sir­ing a daz­zling, suc­cess­ful pub­lic life.

There are other Vaastu zones that can be used as bed­rooms. The north Vaastu zone is good for ca­reer-ori­ented peo­ple, but there are some mi­nor, sleep-re­lated prob­lems as­so­ci­ated with it. The north- north­east Vaastu zone, ide­ally meant for stor­ing medicines, should spar­ingly be used when re­cov­er­ing from ill­ness. The east-north­east Vaastu zone is one of re­ju­ve­na­tion and fun. Any­one can use it as a bed­room, but it is best for older cou­ples, who will not brood over the past and re­main happy in their old age.

The south­west Vaastu zone re­lates to skills and re­la­tion­ships. Mar­ried cou­ples us­ing the room in the south­west, how­ever, should tone down their ex­pec­ta­tions from each other as it can lead to stress. The west­south­west zone of con­cen­tra­tion and study helps stock bro­kers. The south-south­east Vaastu zone has the en­ergy of con­fi­dence and strength and can be used to de­velop men­tal and phys­i­cal strength. The north­west Vaastu zone rep­re­sents sup­port, so, if you need a loan, or are a fi­nan­cial mid­dle­man/ne­go­tia­tor, its en­ergy will help you.

The best zone of mar­ried life is the north-north­west di­rec­tion, which rules at­trac­tive­ness and phys­i­cal re­la­tion­ships. It should be spar­ingly used by young chil­dren. One needs to tread with cau­tion in this zone, as it at­tracts in abun­dance more of what is present in it.

The Vaastu zones that will have def­i­nite neg­a­tive ef­fects on health and re­la­tion­ships are the east-south­east, south-south­west and west-north­west. In the first Vaastu zone, anx­i­ety is likely to im­pact in­ter­per­sonal re­la­tion­ships, health and sleep. Quar­rels may also erupt and peo­ple are likely to suf­fer from de­pres­sion. It is best to avoid all three zones com­pletely for use as a bed­room as sleep and re­la­tion­ships are likely to be af­fected. How­ever, the first Vaastu zone’s neg­a­tive ef­fect may be some­what ame­lio­rated by paint­ing the walls a light green. Lastly, the north­east zone or ‘de­vsthan’ may be used by old peo­ple, but is not rec­om­mended as a bed­room. Sleep­ing here can cause de­men­tia. For younger mar­ried cou­ples, it may be dis­as­trous, as the mind will cast on the col­o­nizer to give an un­di­vided in­ter­est over those com­mu­nity and com­mer­cial

fa­cil­i­ties ex­clu­sively to the apart­ment own­ers of a par­tic­u­lar colony, since the same have to be en­joyed by other apart­ment own­ers of DLF City, Phase I, II and III as well.” Sil­ver Oaks is part of a large colony of 130 acres.

Be­sides these pro­vi­sions, the Supreme Court has also taken into con­sid­er­a­tion the builder­buyer agree­ment, the li­cense for mat etc and holds, “In a given case if the de­vel­oper does fo­cus on higher, more spir­i­tual is­sues and phys­i­cal re­la­tion­ships will suf­fer.

Re­mem­ber, ob­jets d’ art should be in their proper lo­ca­tions. Toi­lets and dust­bins should be in the south-south­west. There are many tech­niques to cor­rect af­flicted zones - rang­ing from chang­ing wall colours to plac­ing other Ma­haVaastu remedies.

The au­thor is a Vaastu ex­pert not pro­vide com­mon ar­eas or fa­cil­i­ties like cor­ri­dors, lob­bies, stair­cases, lifts and fire es­cape etc. the com­pe­tent au­thor­ity can look into the ob­jec­tions of the apart­ment own­ers but when statute has given a dis­cre­tion to the col­o­nizer to pro­vide or not to pro­vide as per Sec­tion 3(f)(7) of the Apart­ment Act the fa­cil­i­ties re­ferred to in Sec­tion 3(3) (a)(iv) of De­vel­op­ment Act, in our view no ob­jec­tion could be raised by the apart­ment own­ers and they can­not claim any un­di­vided in­ter­est over those fa­cil­i­ties ex­cept the right of user.”

In Feng Shui the metal el­e­ment brings men­tal clar­ity and fo­cus, ef­fi­ciency and pro­tec­tion. It’s out­ward mov­ing and ex­pand­ing en­ergy sym­bol­ises wealth and heal­ing. It is both Yin (fem­i­nine) and Yang (mas­cu­line) de­pend­ing on the metal used (For ex­am­ple, ster­ling sil­ver is more Yin be­ing mal­leable and soft whereas hard steel and iron are char­ac­ter­is­tic of Yang en­ergy). Metal can in­flu­ence our log­i­cal and an­a­lyt­i­cal abil­ity and or­gan­i­sa­tional skills pro­foundly.

How­ever, too much metal can cre­ate a judg­men­tal, hasty, overly crit­i­cal and rigid at­ti­tude/at­mos­phere whereas too lit­tle of it in­duces men­tal lethargy, in­de­ci­sive­ness and pro­cras­ti­na­tion. So, one needs to bal­ance this el­e­ment to bring about har­mony.

Use these Feng Shui tips to res­onate with the right amount of metal en­ergy:

Di­rec­tion: Get a Bagua map of your space drawn to de­ter­mine the key ar­eas of your space. Metal dom­i­nates the north­west and west area of your space and nour­ish­ing it with metal cures can be very help­ful. To re­duce the metal en­ergy in your space, add blue and black shades (colour) or fish/foun­tains and wa­ter­fall (dé­cor).This is be­cause ac­cord­ing to the Feng Shui five el­e­ment the­ory, wa­ter de­stroys The au­thor is a feng shui con­sul­tant, di­rec­tor of Spirit n Soulkraft, tarot card reader, nu­merol­o­gist, palmist and a holis­tic healer. Email mikkachawla@gmail.com

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