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Attract Health & Happiness with Bedroom in Right Direction

Author: Dhanwant Singh
by Dhanwant Singh
Posted: Apr 16, 2016
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Vastu shows you how to sleep well, says, Prof. Dhanwant Singh, and gain what you want in life!

Ever since men built homes for themselves, comfort, wellbeing, fortune and fate have been decided by the spaces they live in. A bedroom located in the right direction can bless you with good sleep, marital bliss and a relaxed temperament.

Documented research in Vastu and thousands of MahaVastu case studies have proven how the energy alignments and Vastu treatments can make lives happier and better. For almost every problem that arises, MahaVastu has tried and tested Vastu remedies that are quite practical and easy to apply.

Why is the bedroom location important? It should be an area of relaxation and promote good health. Now, review how your bedroom makes you feel? Do you sleep well? Are your marital relations satisfactory? Do you feel anxiety cropping up? The Vastu Shastra clarifies that there are beneficial and harmful locations for bedrooms. Check in which zone the bedroom lies with the aid of a compass. You can also consult a MahaVastu consultant for the same.

The ideally beneficial Vastu zones for a bedroom are South, West and East. Depending on which occupation you follow, this selection can be refined further. The South is the Vastu zone for relaxation and fame. It will induce calm, peace and a healthy, relaxed life plus monetary gains. The West zone is the area of gains and capital and this will promote financial gains and prosperity in every aspect of your life.

The Vastu zones that should be avoided are the East-South-East, South-South-West and West-North-West. In the first zone, over-analysis, churning and obsessive thinking will affect relationships, health and sleep. In the second zone, all three factors will get degraded, deposited and wasted away, as this is the primary function of this zone. In the third zone, depression will reign supreme. In already built up flats and houses these bedrooms can be treated by using light pastel wall colors. Lastly, the North-East zone or ‘devsthan’ may be used by old people, but sleeping here can cause dementia.

The East zone of social associations can create a healthy and happy bedroom for you. For students and youngsters, the West zone is beneficial. There are documented case studies in which MahaVastu consultants just shifted the bedroom of politicians and bureaucrats in the East and it helped them achieve not only a bright, successful public life but cabinet profiles as well. The North is good for career-oriented persons. The South-West zone is good, except that married couples sleeping here will expect too much from each other, which could be stressful. The West South-West zone will benefit a stock broker.

There should be no toilet, kitchen and dustbin in the South-West or any of the other positive zones. Check whether the elemental balancing and 16 Vastu zones placements are proper. The West-North-West zone should be healthy or you will sleep too much or too little and be lethargic. Keep a statue of a deer here and feel vitality returning. Get a detailed 4-Step MahaVastu evaluation done.

You can correct all energy misalignments easily and change all of life’s negative aspects into positive ones. Just use MahaVastu to get yourself the perfect result oriented bedroom!

The writer, Prof. Dhanwant Singh, CEO of MahaVastu Bengaluru, is also the Founder & Chancellor of the APEX Professional University, Arunachal Pradesh.

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About the Author

A MahaVastu Expert, Professor Singh is the Founder & Chancellor of the Apex Professional University, Arunachal Pradesh.

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