Respecting a child’s desire for love, care and respect is the first step in understanding its psychology. Besides providing a good nurturing environment, it boosts the confidence of the child, and facilitates the process of instilling positive emotions like trust, faith and love in a child. While providing the best education, implementing some vastu principles for a child’s space complements an ever-growing ambience for a child at home.
Following are the basic vaastu tips for a healthy and energetic study room.
For maximum absorption of power, the room for a child should be east or north-east facing. This improves concentration and inspires the child with new ideas.
A bright and a well lit room welcomes a delightful study time. It should be kept in mind that there is no scope for any kind of shadow falling on the books while studying.
Provision of proper ventilation in the room ensures a regular and optimum flow of energy, the prime requirement of the room.
A room with a concrete architecture, having well defined corners provides a fine balance of the elements of nature and energies associated with them. For best results, the room should be at an appropriate distance from the toilet that is believed to abstract the available energy.
Presence of lamp, inspiring pictures (like galloping horses and goddess of knowledge), a display of achievements (like certificates and trophies) are some of the ways
Reflecting wall colours are the prime requirement of a room that needs energy. Refreshing tones of green, blue and other earthy colours, while avoiding any dark colour, provide inviting ambience to a child’s room.
A room with minimum furniture made out of solid wood, with no sharp edges or pointed corners welcomes positive energy. High back chairs to ensure an upright posture also prevent lethargy.
Besides, special attention should be paid to de-clutter the room. An unorganized room drains away all the energy. Bookshelves and other stationery organizers, therefore need to be managed according to vastu principles.