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Vastu Tips

Vastu Tips

Vastu Tips: Even with a lot of effort, one does not always get the intended outcomes sometimes. More specifically, we cannot advance economically. Despite our best efforts to save costs, our expenses continue to rise. Vastu Shastra states that when negativity in your life increases, a situation like this occurs. You can improve your financial situation in such a scenario by implementing certain Vastu principles. Let’s take a look at the steps that will help to improve your condition.

Maintain the Tulsi plant in these directions

A Tulsi plant needs to be placed in the east or north of the house, per Vastu Shastra. Your financial situation will improve as a result, and whatever debt you may have will be reduced. The benefits of Mother Lakshmi and Lord Vishnu will continue to be bestowed upon you if you plant tulsi in your home.

Don’t waste water 

Vastu Shastra says that you shouldn’t keep water exposed in this manner. Financial difficulties are particularly brought to the house by the pouring water from tanks and taps. Water should never be wasted because this raises wasteful spending. In addition, you have to deal with the issue of water waste leading to financial losses.

Keep the entrance clean

Vastu Shastra states that you should constantly keep your home’s main entrance clean if you want Goddess Lakshmi to visit you. This ensures that you always have Goddess Lakshmi’s blessings. In addition, lighting a lamp at the front door in the evening is customary and is said to bring good fortune and wealth to the home.

Avoid constructing a house temple facing south

The temple of a house should never face southward, according to Vastu Shastra. Temples facing southward are not thought to be auspicious. If a temple is located to the south of your home, you can experience financial difficulties. The orientation of the house’s temple should always face northeast.

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