Toilets and bathrooms are places, where we wash and cleanse ourselves. These places are the sources of negative energy in your home. If toilets and bathrooms are not well-positioned in your home then it may lead to causing obstacles in life.
Saral Vastu for Toilet and Bathroom or Toilet Vastu identifies the causes of negative energies due to improper placement of toilets and bathrooms and other directional factors. Simple and easy to implement remedies are suggested for enhancing positive energies without any breakage or structural change.
Vastu for attached bathroom and toilet states that the door of the toilet should always be closed, the lid of toilet pot should remain closed, plants should be kept in the toilet, rock salt should be kept at the corners of the toilet, etc
According to bathroom Vastu, the bathroom should be located in the North or North-West portion of the house. If the bathroom is located in the wrong direction, it can cause health and financial problems. The bathroom should not be in South, South-East and South-West directions. South sided bathroom can cause adverse effects on the health of female members.
As per Toilet Vastu, the toilet should be located in the west or northwest direction. Avoid construction of a toilet at the center and in the east, northeast of the house. The toilet seat should be placed in such a way that the person sitting could face the North or the South. Now the day toilet combined with the bathroom is becoming popular due to lack of space. The combined bathroom and toilet should be in north-west direction. It should not be adjacent to the Pooja Room, kitchen and under the stairs.
Geyser and other electrical appliances like heater and switchboard should be installed in the south-east corner of the bathroom. Taps and showers are fixed in the north direction. Placing bathtubs in east, west or north-east direction is good. Washbasin and shower can be either in north-east, north or east direction. The North is a good direction for the vanity mirror.
The water closet should be placed in the West and the South direction of the toilet. A water closet should be placed near a window or an outer wall.
Exhaust fans are necessary if there is no window in the bathroom. The slope of the bathroom floor should be in the North. It should not be in the south-west or south-east direction.
Toilet as per Vastu
In the olden days, our ancestors built toilets outside the house because they knew the negative impact of the attached toilets on the family members. Nowadays we construct the toilet inside the house. This physically and mentally impacts the family members. For such problems, Saral Vastu Principles helps to nullify the negative impact of the energy. Guruji says that “Toilet as per Vastu should be built based on the individual date of birth”
5 Highly Effective Vastu Tips for Toilet & Bathroom:
As per Guruji’s , Saral Vastu Principles:
- Construct toilet 1-2 feet higher than ground level
- Colour of the toilet walls should prefer light colours
- Avoid having a water closet, in the toilet, above or under pooja room, fire or bed place
- Avoid toilets in the centre of the home
- Toilets should not be near to the kitchen due to hygienic reasons
Saral Vaastu provides remedies of problems without any breakages or reconstruction of the house. So that family members have a healthy, peaceful, satisfied and content life with a ‘livable lifestyle’, rather than a forceful lifestyle thrust upon us by contemporary circumstance.
Common Myth’s for Vastu for Toilet & Bathroom
For 19 years, Guruji, thru Saral Vastu Principles, has created positive impact in the lives of millions of his followers. According to Guruji, vastu shastra is based on date of birth of each individual and it is not a set of generic guidelines that is applicable to everyone.
As per “Guruji” following common myth’s must be debunked:
- Toilet commode should be in North-South alignment
- While using the toilet pot, an individual should never face East or West
- The toilet should be constructed 2 feet higher than ground
- The entrance door of the toilet should be in East or North wall
- Water taps should be East, North or North East
- The toilet should not be built in South East
- The Toilet should never come in front of the bathroom door