Vastu for a Rented House

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If you’re looking to rent a house, it’s not going to be easy to find ones that are built as per Vastu. We do agree that Vastu is important, but then in today’s world, most houses are built with a budget and a particular design in mind. In these rented houses you can’t make big changes or structural changes, so Vastu dosh has to be corrected in other ways. Since we can’t always build our homes ourselves, here are a few Vastu tips or rather tips on ways to correct bad Vastu in rented homes.

1- Have a Puja room – every home must be equipped with a Puja room or a sacred space. This Puja room should preferably be in the North-East portion of your home.
2- Preform Sri Ganesh Puja and Grah Shanti to begin with. Pujas are suggested as they work to create a positive flow of energy. This energy, however, does not last for very long as the house has certain doses that bring negative energy.
3- The first thing you see when you enter a home should not be a bare wall. If you open your main door and are greeted by a bare wall, it could lead to many problems. In such a situation you can place a statue of Ganesh or Shri Yantra against the wall.

4- Light a lamp every evening, especially by a drinking water pot or a tulsi plant.
5- When you’re moving into your rented house see to it that the South-West direction of the house should not be left empty.
6- The doors in your house should preferably open inwards so that the energy of your home stays in your home. It’s also important to keep these doors operating smoothly and without any squeaks and creeks.
7- Fix all leaky pipes and faucets in your home. Wastage of water is like wasting good energy.
8- If your home does not have a designated dining room, try and find a spot that faces South-West and try to eat your meals there.
9- Never have clutter or garbage in your house. If you find that you don’t use something for more than 4-5 months, think about getting rid of it. Your house should remain clean at all times, especially the North-East direction of your house.
10- If you have any heavy equipment or large household items such as beds and cupboards its best to place it in the South-West direction of your home.

11- Place a Vastu Pyramid in your home. This article will help you choose one that best suits your needs. These pyramids can greatly increase the flow of positive energy in your home.

12- Having a salt lamp or sea salt in a bowl, is a good idea as they absorb lots of negative vibrations in a house.

13- If you have a study table or office workstation at home, then placing a bowl with Vastu salt near the study desk will help bring in more positive energy and help with thinking and concentration.

14- Large furniture should be placed against the Southwest wall and not the Northeast. This includes furniture like beds and cupboards.

15- A plant like the Spider Plant (Chlorophytum comosum) is said to absorb a lot of negative energy, so when you need to remove this negativity, bring this plant into your house.

16- When the TV is not in use ensure you keep the screen covered. Remember, any reflective surface like a mirror or screen can greatly influence the energy in your home.

17- Square or rectangle mirrors are more preferred as compared to other shapes. Don’t keep then on the floor, try to elevate them to keep them off the floor. Never keep a broken mirror in the house.

18- It is best to Sleep with your head towards the South and feet towards the North. But, don’t have your feet point to the door of your room when you’re sleeping.

19- Avoid antique, round, or oval dining tables. They are said to create a difference of opinion amongst family members and also create an environment of low energy.

20- Corners are very important when it comes to Vastu, keep the corners of your home clean and bright for better energy through your home.

There are plenty of other ways to make corrections and fix homes that are not Vastu compliant, but we believe these are the easiest to start with. If you’re still unhappy with your rented house, just visit NoBroker.in and we’re sure you’ll find another home in no time!

External Vastu factors to consider, for a rental home

While renting a house or apartment, the external environment also plays a crucial role, although one many be occupying the flat only for several months. The location of the property, house/flat, and street, are important.

Points to check before moving into a house

One must keep basic things in mind when renting a house. “Most importantly, avoid a house with too much Vastu negatives like a toilet in the north-east, or a kitchen in the north-east or south-west zone, or a missing corner in the north-east or south-west of the house. The master bedroom should be in the south-west zone,” advises Parmar.

Colors have vibrations. Hence, opt for lighter shades on the walls and avoid harsh colors and too much grey or black. Before shifting, have the house freshly painted and repair all leaking pipes, taps, broken furniture, and shelves.

Correcting Vastu defects

“For correction of Vastu defects, one can use Vastu harmony paintings, yantra, and crystals, to bring tranquility and success. Use symbols like elephants, Kubera crystals, Buddhas, and paintings of water bodies, mountains, or the sun, as these are considered auspicious,” adds Parmar. If you are already living in a rented house that has Vastu defects, consult a Vastu practitioner who can guide you with remedies that do not require alteration of the space.

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