Vastu Shastra says about paintings that bring negativity and misfortune!
Paintings unfavorable for home:
Who doesn’t like a beautiful home? People are fond of assembling antique furniture, interesting wall paintings, photographs, wall hangings and other pieces of home decor. But a correct choice and technique are required to do all this which one should know. Therefore, Vastu Shastra for home enlists the tips and toes of designing a house with positivity and perfection.
The Universal energies:
Many of us do not know that everything and everyone around us attract energies from the Universe. Sometimes, these energies interfere with your energies, which come up with shocking results. Maybe that is the reason that we should always hang around people who spark with positive vibes.
Vastu Shastra tips for wall paintings & photos:
According to the Vastu Shastra for home, people should be concerned of what they are attracting around them. Especially, in the case of wall paintings, photos or wall hangings one should pay special attention. When we are conscious about the right furniture, curtains, placemats etc. then why we don’t bother about the pieces we put up on walls? While this is a matter of deep concern as it has a direct connection with the energies around.
Let’s know the right painting to gift?
Vastu Shastra warns people about the 8 kinds of paintings that must be avoided to bring in a home or at the workplace. Do not stick to them or else risk inviting all the bad luck and negative energies to your doorstep. If in case, you have any of the following paintings, you are advised to dump them immediately.
The 8 negative Wall Paintings:
1.) Natraja Murti painting is unlucky:
Many well-known dancers and other dance lovers have this at their home. And not only they have the statue of Nataraja. But also have pictures and wall paintings. However, they forget that the Natraja, is a dance of destruction. It is performed by Lord Shiva, also termed as Tandavam or Nadanta.
2.) Painting of a Sinking Ship:
We should avoid putting up paintings of a sinking ship or boat. These paintings are believed to rip off the center of positive energy. Making positivity to move away from you and your house. Keeping these paintings can worsen your luck.
3.) Flowing water:
Flowing water is a symbol of poor stability. Keeping a painting or a photo of moving water, river, waterfall, spring etc. impacts the wealth and well-being of your home. You will face problems in making money and savings. It might even lead to poverty.
4.) Animals associated with Violence:
Lion, Tiger, Leopard, Gorilla, Alligator, etc. may look amazing. But these seriously affect the cordial relations of the couple at home and create problems in married life.
5.) Taj Mahal:
Everyone knows it, as it is one among the seven wonders. But one should not ignore the fact the Taj Mahal is the last resting place (burial) place of Mumtaz Mahal. No matter how beautiful it looks, hanging a picture of a burial at home brings bad luck. It invites death and destruction as well.
6.) Scenes from Mahabharata:
Even though it is an epic legendary book, but its content revolves around negative activities and mishaps. Such paintings generate stress, depression, sorrow, pain, clashes among family members etc.
7.) A Sad or Crying child:
Vastu Shashtra for home says that we get so moved by an artist’s work that we just forget the vibes it sends across. As in the case of pictures or paintings of showing humans emotions. Which reflect sadness, sorrow, grief etc. Hanging a painting of a crying or unhappy child multiplies your bad luck.
8.) War, Magic or Tragic:
According to Vastu Shashtra for home, photos that display war, black magic, fights or ghosts hit the mind of family members. Leading to permanent separation, ending of relations, disturbance of mental peace and much more.