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The science of good living.
The science of good living.

Sanjay
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Saturday, February 16, 2013
Here are some instances of what can happen because of bad vaastu. Labour disputes labor disputes are a big tension in industry. If there is any heat generating equipment in the northeast direction then there are chances of frequent labour disputes. Legal disputes lots of time and money is wanted in legal disputes with clients south east is the seat of fire or agnidev so no water borings or underground water tanks should be placed in this direction as water and fire are and anti elements. Heavy loses at times heavy loses are incurred in spite of hard work and many efforts. This occurs if the northeastern side is higher than the south western or if thee are toilets in extreme northeast direction. Rejection of material if even after repeated quality checks if the goods produced get rejected chances are that they are not stored in proper place. if they are stored in the south or southwestern direction it is totally anti vaastu. Inconsistent business if deals are failing to mature then chances are then chances are that the marketing staff is not facing the right direction. They should face the north and there should not be any obstruction in front of them like a wall or cupboard.

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