Why is it that despite our achievements, we sometimes feel inferior to others? Why do we feel neglected or ignored in a relationship? Often our own complexes hamper our relationship with our near and dear ones.

According to Vastushastri Khushdeep Bansal, our feelings and beliefs are generated by the 16 MahaVastu zones of our home. The East-South-East zone influences our thoughts and analysis. If afflicted, it will send them into an uncontrolled spiral that results in endless analysis without beneficial result. Any imbalance in this zone will definitely lead to anxiety.

Sapna and Ajay are just one example of what such an imbalance can do to a happily married couple. Theirs was a love marriage with both families’ blessings. Sapna came from a much richer family. Initially Ajay had no trouble accepting this fact, till his father-in-law started giving him expensive gifts. Ajay was even disparaging about gifts given to Sapna by her parents.

Soon, there was great tension and strife. Ajay’s anger and Sapna’s distress kept increasing. Their friend, Manish, witnessed all this. He was a MahaVastu expert, so he conducted a 4-Step MahaVastu survey of their house. He found that a Red curtain in the East-South-East zone was leading to over analysis by Ajay, creating feelings of inferiority.

Interestingly, the Maha Vastu cure for this particular situation simply added one picture of a Manthan scene on the East-South-East wall. That was all it took to restore normalcy. Ajay stopped thinking negatively about his in-laws. In just two months Manish met Ajay and Sapna, who were a happy couple, again.

If you tend to think too much, check this zone. Another solution for an afflicted East-South-East zone is painting the wall a very light shade of green.