Vastu is a spiritual science in India that helps people live stress-free lives. According to studies, the average person spends one-third of his life sleeping. Aside from water, shelter, and food, experts believe that sleep is a crucial aspect of existence. Inadequate sleep frequently leads to people making poor judgments. As a result, it is critical to ensure that your bedroom Vastu is proper and free of flaws.
Here are some Vastu guidelines for your bedroom:
Which is the greatest bedroom orientation?
“Avoid a bedroom in the North East because it affects the occupant’s head and makes them cranky,” says Dr Khushdeep Bansal, Founder of MahaVastu. Newlyweds must avoid sleeping in the East-Southeast, South-Southwest, and West-Northwest zones.
However, bedrooms in the south-southeast (which improves physical and mental vigour) and south (which promotes peaceful and tranquil sleep) are highly recommended. Furthermore, bedrooms in the North are excellent for career and business chances. Whereas the orientations South-West and West-South-West are ideal for wives and children.
Which direction is the greatest for placing a bed?
According to Vastu, the bed should be oriented with the head towards the east or south for a pleasant and tranquil sleep. Instead, avoid orienting your head north. However, in guest rooms, the beds may be oriented westward. It is advised that the bed be built of wood rather than metal since metal might cause unwanted vibrations. Furthermore, to ensure a couple’s long-term partnerships, choose a single double mattress rather than two single beds.
Vastu guidelines for mirror placement in the bedroom
As with photos and mattresses, the placement of a dressing table may have an impact on your lifestyle since it has a mirror. Avoid placing a mirror or side tables in your bedroom’s South-East, South-South-West, or South-West zones. Such artefacts are most suited to the northern walls. Furthermore, avoid mirrors across the bed since the projection of one’s resting position is deemed unlucky.
Bedroom Vastu Tips
- Avoid oval or circular beds.
- Never sleep beneath an overhead light.
- When not in use, close the door to the adjoining bathroom.
- All damaged goods should be discarded.
- Once a week, mop the floors with a solution of sea salt and water.
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