Vastu Tips on Diwali, Diwali Vastu Tips, Vastu Guide for Diwali

The Environment
  • A clutter-free environment is essential to regulate and improve the flow positive energy in the area. Laxmiji enters the house which is properly neat & clean.
  • Open spaces allow the positive energy to move freely in the household. Any obstruction to this balanced flow of energy should be removed.
  • The house should be properly lit and no corner should be left in darkness.   
  
Main door decoration on Diwali
  • The main door should be neat & clean and should not make any creaking voice.
  • A silver swastika should be placed on the main door as it keeps the ills out of the house.
  •  The Asthamangala sign, which is the seat of lotus wearing a sacred garland of eight auspicious symbols, can also be placed (Ashtamangala refers to eight (Ashta) auspicious (Mangala) items that are used in this type of divination.  These eight items are: ghee lamps (brass lamp with wick in clarified butter), mirror, gold, milk, yogurt, fruits, book and white cloth).
  • Goddess Laxmi should be welcome by stamping small footprints from the entrance to the house, they should always show the inward movement.
  • Colourful Toran/Bandarwal should be hanged on the main door.
  • The ideal Toran is made with the leaves of mango, kaner, peepal, ashok trees. They help in purifying the environment and keep the negative vibes out of the house.
Swastik, laxmi foot prints, toran, ashthamangal sign

Inside the house on Diwali
  • A tray with water and floating flowers petals looks marvelous and if put in east/north will benefit the owner also.
  • Symbols like Swastik, Om, Rangoli decorations should be put on the North/East walls.
  • A rangoli with lighting earthen diyas if done in Southeast corner of the house will not only look beautiful but will also enhance the prosperity of the owners.
  • One the eve of Diwali
  • Put two earthen diyas on both the sides of the main entrance door.
  • When placing the diyas outside the house, they should be placed in multiples of four, as each diya represents the reigning deity of Diwali – Goddess Lakshmi, Lord Ganesh, Lord Kuber and Lord Indra.
  • Put floating candles with rose petals and pure water in the centre of the house to ensure positivity in the house.


1 comments:

ruzzel01 said...

I have a yin yang in front of my door. And some parts of my house.
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