Why is the east facing?

Why is the east facing?

The east is the most advantageous direction, according to vaastu shastra. The East represents life since the sun rises from this direction. The sun provides light and vitality to the earth, which is why east-facing homes are preferred for all types of development. It's a positive indicator if there's a major gate in the east and an open space in the north.

The sun enters through the east window or door and gives energy to the room. If you have an east-facing house, there should be a direct sunlight entrance into the home on at least one side. The other option is to have an east-facing porch or balcony that gets morning sunlight.

People who live in east-facing houses tend to be more energetic and thrive on new experiences. They're usually the first to wake up and the last to go to sleep, as they're exposed to the sun during its earliest and latest hours. Also, people who live in east-facing houses tend to be more creative and responsive to change.

The east is the best direction because it receives the maximum amount of sunlight throughout the day. Homes with eastern exposures tend to be warmer in winter and hotter in summer than those with western exposures. However, those with western exposures can benefit from a solar heater installed in their back yard.

What do we make use of to determine the East?

We make use of the sun to determine the east direction. When the sun is high in the sky, it can be used to judge when it is 9am and so on. During a solar eclipse the path that the moon takes across the face of the sun will affect how many hours of daylight there is. On a clear day you could see up to 90% of the sun's surface. The remaining 10% is obscured by clouds or other objects.

During a lunar eclipse the Earth's shadow falls on the moon. Because the moon was last in darkness when the sun came out from behind clouds, it will appear redder than normal. The color change starts at the horizon and moves upward towards the center of the eclipse.

Lunar eclipses are visible on half of Earth. Where it is night, a lunar eclipse will be visible as a red-colored Moon. Where it is the day, the eclipse won't be visible. During a total lunar eclipse, the Earth's atmosphere refracts light from the Sun that reaches and enters its shadow to create a reddish hue on Earth's moon. The color varies depending on how much dust or clouds are present in the atmosphere at the time of the eclipse.

Can we turn our gaze to the east?

According to Vastu Shastra, sleeping in the east direction is beneficial, but sleeping in the west direction is detrimental, including sleeping with your feet on the east side. Furthermore, placing your head towards the east direction improves memory, focus, health, and spirituality in a person. However, looking at the sun when it is rising or setting should be avoided.

These are just some of the many benefits derived from gazing at the moon or stars. There are also many ancient cultures that have used this knowledge to create beautiful art, such as these Egyptian hieroglyphs which show people with their eyes closed, probably sleeping.

In conclusion, sleeping with your gaze directed toward the east will benefit you mentally and spiritually.

Why is the office in the north direction?

According to vedic literature, the North, North-East, and North-West directions are thought to bring fresh financial growth and are associated with good success in business. According to Hinduism, the north direction is the direction of Kuber (the Hindu lord of riches), hence the office should be in the north direction.

In India, the north direction is the direction of wealth. The idea comes from the fact that most Indian cities grew northward over time; modern-day Delhi was initially a marshland inhabited by buffalo until the Mughals built their capital there in 1638. In the northern parts of the country, people still believe that mining for gold and silver will make them rich.

Cities such as Mumbai (then called Bombay), Kolkata, and Chennai were originally villages located in the north of what was then part of the British Empire. They became important trading centers, and today they are some of the most lucrative markets in India.

The south direction is considered bad luck because it is believed that all things evil come from the south. This is why businesses in the south of India often have black shutters over their windows or no windows at all.

In addition, churches and other religious institutions are usually built east or west of the city center because it is believed that these are the only safe directions if you want to avoid evil spirits.

Why is the south direction not good?

South Direction according to Vastu: South is commonly thought to be a poor direction, yet this is not the case. The South is the repository for all of the positive energy of the North. There should be no large gaps towards the south. Yam is the owner of this direction. He is the god of wealth and hence he should be given respect.

The south direction is considered auspicious because it is where the sun rises. Hence, if the house has an east or west facing door then it is recommended that you change it to the north or south door respectively.

In conclusion, the south direction is beneficial for businesses. It is recommended to avoid this direction when building a house because earth's energy would be depleted due to all of the negative energies accumulating in one place.

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