Get the best out of your study room
The placement of study rooms and study tables is very important for the success and well being of children. A serene positive environment can do wonders for their mental and emotional development. However, here are some easy Vaastu tips that can align the energies for a positive yet powerful environment where your child can grow by leaps and bounds.
Study room rules:
• Student’s must study facing either the North or the
East direction. If children are studying facing south
or west they will tend to develop forgetfulness at important times, especially during their exams or at the time they need it most.
• Book racks must be in the south or west. They can be on the floor or on walls, but the direction should be south or west.
• Studying on beds, in balconies, on sofa sets or while watching television is not advisable. In fact, it is very
bad and unproductive.
• The toilet door must not be in direct line of vision of the student or the study table. Students studying in such situations tend to fall sick at the time of the exam and, therefore, are unable to deliver their best.
• Never study under the beam. This rule applies to schools and colleges as well. Students studying under a beam tend to forget what has been taught / studied.
Tips to Follow
• Students should try and wear light-coloured clothes and must avoid dark ones while studying.
• Students should eat more of green leafy vegetables and foods rich in protein. They should do so at least two hours prior to their study schedule.
• An idol of a God or an inspiring saint should be kept in sight during study time.
• The study table should not be cluttered, especially with unfinished food dishes. Students studying under such condition may initially appear to be brilliant, but this brilliance will not progress to a point where they can get good results in examinations.
Dr. Ravi Rao