Very often we talk about making positive changes in our life and withhold a positive attitude and aptitude. But in this constant need and demand for positive thinking, the atmosphere that surrounds us has a huge role to play. For instance, our house, if our living space attracts positivity, the occupants sure will benefit from it. Kids will go to school with a positive feeling, office goers will head to work motivated, and homemakers will fulfill their share of responsibilities happily.
But the big question is how to devise a home that attracts positive vibes. Well, evidently ancient architectural studies like Vastu and Feng Shui play a significant role here, and they prescribe some simple practices that we can follow in our day to day life to make our home the positivity secreting hub.
- Keep your Kitchen Tidy
It’s no less than a sacred place; it’s a place that fuels your soul, body, and mind. An unclean kitchen can trigger physical sickness and can also impact one’s emotional and mental well-being.
Remember to keep your sink free from dirty dishes all the time.
2. Have a Garden
Even a small free patch in your balcony will do. According to Vastu plants help attract good fortune and prosperity. So, you do not need a big green spot even a small container by the window will do.
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3. Throw out the Broken
According to Feng Shui and Vastu experts, one should not keep broken things at home. So, if you have an old wall clock that doesn’t work anymore or an art work that you kids have damaged, it’s time to hang up on them.
4. No Blocks on the Balcony
The balcony is the getaway that allows the positive energy to entire your house. It also provides you with an unobstructed view of the sky, therefore never cover your balcony in the prospect of using the space for household work.
5. Make that Bed Right
Make your bed in such a manner that is inviting, comforting and relaxing. If not done properly it can lead to health issues and cause sleepless nights. Remember to keep your bed neat and tidy.
6. Sad artwork at Bay
Vastu experts suggest that artwork depicting sadness, war or violence should not be used as décor pieces. They may be beautiful but will sure also hinder the free flow of positive energy.
7. Say bye to artificial use natural
Replace the artificial décor items with natural ones. For example instead of using artificial flowers and putting a stick on rangoli and electric diya go for natural flowers and traditional ways of home decoration.