Sending out positive energy through visual intention can keep your relationship with your father healthy
7/15/2014 11:51:17 AM
|written By : S B S Surendran|
The history of Father's Day goes back to 1909, but it was only 30 years later that a Joint Resolution of Congress gave recognition to this event. In the science of Vaastu and also Feng Shui, a father is the ultimate Yang symbol, identifi able with the character of Chien in the Book of Changes (I-Ching) and “purusha” in Sanskrit from Vaastu perspective.
The compass direction North-west is perceived as the patriarch corner and is the most important sector for the family as it affects the luck of the family in many ways. The direction relates to the father or the breadwinner and is considered quite essential for advancement of careers, enhancement of income and support of mentors.
In this fast-paced life, we tend to forget to express our thanks and gratitude to our father who is always there by our side through thick and thin. It could be his helping hand in assisting you to build your first castle on the beach or holding your bicycle to protect you from a fall. In many homes, the father is the “silent” supporter who would not appreciate you openly but yet he has all the love for you but would neither tell that to you nor express it.