Interior For Busniess

More often than not, Vastu Consultants will advise you to place your office chair in such a way that you face towards the North-East. North- East is called Ishan Kone in Vastu Science and it is understood to have the qualities of both the North and the East.

Many a times following the rules of Vastu Shastra 100% in a structure / construction of Building such as hotels, corporate spaces, schools, hospitals, private residences, shopping malls, restaurants, theaters, and airport terminals may not be possible. Planning the Interiors with the Vaastu is the option to it. By making arrangements of furniture, accessories, lighting in all designing the internal of the building as per Vastu Shastra can open the doors of the prosperity, health, wealth and overall happiness.

The necessary requirement is that you should have a first look on the entrant rather than the other way round because the advantage of a fraction of a second which you will thus get will provide you an opportunity to read the body language of the entrant. In view of the aforesaid, can we describe a Placement, Vaastu friendly, which otherwise goes against functional requirement and aesthetic sense?

Can Vastu concepts be illogical and against reason and common sense? No. If we go through the ancient treatise of Samrangan Sutradhar, Mansara, Sthapatya Veda and the Maya Mattam, we will find that a Vastu advice is a synthesis of space, time, individual, geometric axis and geo magnetic axis.

With a view to giving out a definite and unconfused plan of aligning the chair of the head of the office, we will have to set out the necessary requirements and the order of priorities in which they are to be adhered to. The first requirement is that your chair should have a solid wall behind it.

The second requirement is to place your chair in such a way that you get a look of the entrant first rather than he having a look on you first ; this requirement has a sub section as well and that is that line of sight collimation should not be direct. It means that your chair should not be directly opposite to the entrance; it should have an offset, howsoever little it may be.

As we know every room has their eight directions again, so one must be aware of the facts to design the rooms in such a manner that internally it should follow the rules of Vaastu Shastra.