What’s Vastu Shastra and why they call it: “the yoga of architecture”

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Every time people ask me what my job is and I mention the word “Vastu Shastra”, I notice that almost no one has heard of it. In Europe people know about yoga, have heard of ayurveda, astrology…but Vaastu? Nope! (This is when they ask me if it’s like Feng Shui, but this is a question that I will better answer in another post…) A few years ago, a friend of mine told me that she had found a book about Vastu Shastra in Spanish with the subtitle of “the yoga of architecture”. It made me laugh...

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Feng shui for children’s rooms

A few days ago I was asked to help with the fit out of a children's room for two girls (4 and 1 year old) so I thought about sharing these simple tricks of feng shui for children's rooms  to their mum and also, with you. If you are a mother or father will help you as well, although a lot of these points are more common sense! :-) It is important to recreate in their space all areas of their life: education, creativity, family, travel, sports ...

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Mirrors in feng shui

Mirrors, apart from being useful to reflect ourselves, are widely used in interior design to create an effect of spaciousness when the space is small. However, Feng Shui takes a step a bit further and states that it is good to place them in areas where you want to duplicate the good energy. And what are the areas of the house with very good energy? For example, place a mirror that reflects the dining table, the food would be duplicated so we will always have to eat in our homes. The lounge is usually a very good place as well; look...

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