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Home makeover: go vaastu way to beat the blues

Location of the entrance in a home has its own effect on the lives of the residents. If it is located between west and north-west directions, it can lead to stress. Vastu suggests painting the entrance in white colour to overcome the bad effects.

india Updated: Jan 04, 2013 01:35 IST

Hindustan Times
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1. Right entry:

Location of the entrance in a home has its own effect on the lives of the residents. If it is located between west and north-west directions, it can lead to stress. Vastu suggests painting the entrance in white colour to overcome the bad effects.



2. Bedroom blues:

The bedroom has the maximum effect on the mental state of a person. Avoid setting up your bedroom in west, north-west, south and south-west direction. If it is located in these zones, paint it in cream colour. Place a brass deer or a yellow flower in these zones to get rid of negativity.



3. Mirrors and memories:

Mirrors or photographs in west and north-west directions may create a feeling of failure. Even placing family photographs here must be avoided as then your family becomes the reason for your low moods. Removing or covering this mirror with a cloth may remove the problem.



4. Cooking up happiness:

Kitchens in north-east weakens the fire in your building and in your body. This results in weakening of self-confidence. Using green stone in the kitchen will help tackle this problem.



5. Colour therapy:

Avoid using blue colour in south and red or orange in north-east as they generate negative thinking and low self-confidence. Due to red colour in north, a person is not able to attract money, and this can lead to depression.



HTC (with inputs by Khushdeep Bansal, Founder of MahaVastu)