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Vastu Tips For Pregnancy/Conceiving

Repercussions of Vastu Defects on Pregnancy/Conceiving a Baby

There have been many instances when “pregnancy” spells trouble for the woman and family; some of the examples are

  1. Premature birth or delivery of child

  2. The woman is unable to conceive

  3. Miscarriage, one after another

and many more.

Often such families – unsurprisingly – approach various hospitals, doctors and religious places, praying to doctors, God and everyone else for a child, but nothing ever happens.

All the medical reports come normal and doctors say that there’s no complication, the baby must be around the corner.Here, we must also tell you that as per vastu shastra, each and every corner of a home, is dominated or ruled by one of the elements; here’s how;

  1. North-East or “Eshan” corner is ruled by “Water” element.

  2. South-East or “Agni” corner is ruled by “Fire” element.

  3. South-West or “Nairitya” corner is ruled by “Earth” element.

  4. North-West or “Vayu” corner is ruled by “Air” element.

  5. and “Space” element rules the center of a home.

Based on above 5 facts, we’ve created lists of do’s and don’ts of vastu shastra when it comes to conceiving a child. Let’s have a look at don’ts first:

Vastu for Pregnancy – What to Avoid

  1. If a couple sleeps in NE bedroom, then the lady won’t be able to conceive a child; even if she conceives, the “water” element of NE won’t allow adequate heat to reach the fetus, resulting in miscarriage or abortion.

  2. Once a lady conceives a child, she must not stay in SE bedroom as too much amount of heat of SE corner either leads to miscarriage or premature birth.

  3. Make sure that there’s no staircase or anything heavy at the center of home as it leads to various complications in pregnancy.

  4. Never allow a pregnant woman to stay in dark, always make sure that there’s light around her.

  5. Don’t allow a pregnant lady to see anything depressing such as a gloomy or miserable movie, TV show etc.

  6. A pregnant lady must avoid wearing dark and drab colored clothes such as black, dark red etc.

  7. Never ever hurt feelings of a pregnant woman.

  8. Avoid paintings that depict negative feelings and moods such as war, violence, cruelty, grief etc.

  9. Avoid keeping bonsai and thorny plants in home.

  10. Never allow the pregnant lady to use a bathroom under a staircase or beam. In fact as per vastu shastra for toilets you must not have any bathroom under a staircase or beam.

  11. A pregnant woman must never sleep under a beam.

  12. Avoid – or minimize the use of – all electronic gadgets such as cell phones, TV, tablets, laptops etc. as they emit huge amounts of heat and electromagnetic radiation that leads to miscarriage.

Vastu for Pregnancy – What to Follow

  1. A married couple may sleep in the SE bedroom of a home, but as soon as the lady becomes pregnant, the couple must move to SW bedroom.

  2. An unmarried girl can occupy the NW bedroom in a home; this will make sure that she gets married at the best possible age and hence has better chances of enjoying motherhood at appropriate age.

  3. A pregnant woman must watch motivational movies, read good books and magazines etc.

  4. Wear light and cheerful colored clothes such as light blue, green, yellow, white etc. basically something bright and attractive.

  5. Hang paintings that are pleasant to mind and eyes such as a beautiful scenery or an awesome landscape.

  6. A pregnant lady must meditate during morning in NE room as beneficial UV rays are abundant in NE during morning time.

  7. Always keep fresh flowers and positive atmosphere at home.

We sincerely hope that you truly understand and are in a definite position to apply these vastu shastra principles of pregnancy in your life.

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