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Bedroom Vastu for Conceiving – Bedroom Vastu for Married Couples

It might sound superstitious but many Hindu married couples believe that vastu has a role to play in conceiving. Couples who do not have a proper sex life and finds it difficult to have children follow vastu. Here are few Vastu tips for married couples and for those trying to conceive. Couples should not wear dark, dark blue and other similar colors in the bedroom. This will attract negative forces. There will be ego problems and fight among couples. The bedroom should be kept clean. There should be no clutter. This will help in removing all kinds of negative energy. The room should be airy and there should be no foul smell. This will help in keeping out Rahu and Ketu. The bed sheets, pillow colors and other clothes should be changed once a week. To get the sex life moving and to have a cordial relationship, couples should keep light smelling flowers and perfumes. There should be a creative decoration of the bedroom. The walls of the bedroom should have white, cre

Understanding Lust and Anger Through Bhagavad Gita

The Bhagavad Gita notes that ‘dwelling on sense objects leads to attachment; attachment gives rise to desire, and desire breeds anger. Anger generates delusion, and delusion results in loss of memory; from loss of memory, destruction of discernment, and loss of discernment spells the person’s ruin.’ Lust and anger are two emotions that can completely hijack one’s body and mind: When a person first abuses me, I know I am going to be angry. Anger is one thing, I another; but before I realize it, I am turned into anger itself. However, those attempting to control lust and anger notice something interesting: Our psychophysical system cannot sustain a strong upsurge of lust or anger for long; allowed time, both drop away as rapidly as they arise, albeit only to rise again a little later. This total identification with lust and anger is a false identification of the self; to the thoughtful, the subsequent release from their spell should provide insight into the ‘illusory’ nature of t