Vastu: These things should not be seen as soon as you wake up in the morning, otherwise the whole day goes bad, click to know


Many people are not aware of what things they should look at or what they should avoid when they wake up in the morning. Information about this is given in Vastu. One should have darshan of God as soon as he wakes up in the morning so that the person has a good day and gets success in all the tasks of the day. But many times a person wakes up in the morning and forgets to bow down to God after getting busy in his work.


There are some things that have been said in Vastu Shastra, seeing them spoils the whole day. There is failure in every action and inauspicious results for every action. The biggest reason for this is that you should stop looking at these things as soon as you wake up this morning. Here's what you should not see after waking up in the morning.

Do n't Look in the Mirror 

Architects believe that you should avoid looking in the mirror as soon as you open your eyes in the morning. In the morning it is believed that there is negative energy in a person's body which emanates from the face. But if a person looks in the mirror, then this energy comes back to him. So, first of all, wake up in the morning and wash your face, only then look in the mirror.


dirty dishes

According to Vastu, dirty utensils should not be kept in the kitchen at night. Doing this brings poverty in the house. On the other hand, if you start cleaning dirty utensils as soon as you wake up in the morning, then the flow of positive energy in the body will decrease. At the same time, Maa Lakshmi also gets angry. Therefore, before sleeping, clean both the cooking utensils and the cooking utensils and go to sleep.

closed clock

Keeping the clock off in the house is considered inauspicious. Therefore, do not put a closed clock on the walls of the house and if you see this clock as soon as you wake up in the morning, it means that your bad times will start. Therefore, one should avoid looking at this watch immediately.