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How to harness power of Vaastu at your workplace

Vastushastri Khushdeep Bansal
MahaVastu


Intro: While we strive to increase our efficiency, simple Vaastu tips can turn our workstation into one of the most productive spaces. Keep these tips to keep in mind for a productive 2013.


A workstation is just a workstation for us. While we might configure the softwares and add additional drives depending on our usage, we never realise that each profession requires certain positioning according to Vaastu. Follow these simple tips to prepare your workstation to best suit your profile.


Workstation for Architects and Interior Designers
An architect’s or an interior designer’s job requires great degree of skill. Analysis of successful Vastu case studies conducted and documented by certified MahaVastu experts prove that these professionals should place their workstations in SouthWest or West-SouthWest Vastu zones. Green and red coloured pen stand, table mat and mouse pads are best avoided. Seat can be of beige or cream colour. A workstation should always be well organised as this will increase the focus and prevent things from going haywire. For decorative purposes, coloured stone pebbles can be used as it strengthens gains in their work. They should face East while working to receive creative design ideas and the table should be set along the Western wall. A picture in black frame depicting a village scene can be placed on the wall above their table to improve gains from property. These steps will improve their practice and make it beneficial and focussed.


Workstation for Marketing Professionals
Marketing professionals must avoid blue and black accessories and place their workstation in South zone. Their seats can be in maroon or brown in colour and they can experiment with green colour to get benefits from contacts. Ideally they should face North to attract more money and newer opportunities. When you learn 4-step Vastu method, you come to know how facing in different directions affects the outcome of your efforts and accordingly decide your facing while you sit on your workstation.


Workstation for Sales Persons
Sales professionals should place their workstations in East zone and avoid yellow and grey coloured accessories. Their seats can be blue of brown in colour. According to 45 powers of alchemy in Vastu shastra green colour will help them develop contacts with new customers. They should sit facing West to attract more sales order.


Workstation for Strategists and Senior Management
Senior professionals required to plan for an organisation should sit in NorthEast Vastu zone facing West. This will generate better planning ideas. Red and dark yellow colours should be avoided by them for both seat covers and accessories. If they have to, it’s better to consult an experienced Vastu consultant to know the most suitable Vastu remedies.


Workstation for Management Professionals
In order to execute and implement plans more efficiently and effectively, management professionals are advised to sit in the West Vastu zone facing East. Red and green colours are a complete no for seat covers and accessories.


Workstation for Students
West-SouthWest zone of a premises is best for students. They should sit there facing West. Their books should also be kept there. It has a miraculous effect on improving their grades. Not only does it improve retention power, it also has a positive impact on their performance in exams. There are more than 700 successful Vastu case studies that vouch for this effect. Students can display their certificates of merit on their workstation or on the wall above it as it will help them get best career opportunities in their field of interest.


The author is a founder at MahaVastu and you can write to ask@mahavastu.com.

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