The adrenaline rush that one experiences during the preparation up to the marriage day dies soon after marriage. The love gets lost in the rush of our monotonous daily routine. Passion, care, tolerance, all go out of the window, making many question if there is indeed love after marriage. Those sweet nothings get replaced by ugly arguments and lack of compassion.
Dr Rupa Batra, an International Celebrity Consultant of Corporate Vaastu Mentor, Feng-Shui and Numerology, Author and a Speaker shares, “The amazing contrast in real and social life today is that where on one hand social networking websites are flooded with pictures of couples having a gala time, the real life says that divorce cases in urban population have increased to a never before level. Feng Shui helps us understand how to identify those loopholes where the energy from the relationship is draining.”
But you can turn around your marriage with the help of sciences such as Feng Shui, numerology and Vastu. There are some simple tricks that can help ease out blocked energies from your marital life. Dr Batra tells us how:
Write your thoughts
It is very important for you to know that you cannot change your partner, or anybody for that matter. One of the biggest reasons for conflict in a marriage is the fact that we wish to change our partner in the way which we feel is correct. However, we forget that the other person has completely different set of ideologies, upbringing and outlook in life. Maybe this difference was the reason why both of you feel in love, but gradually we start hating the difference. We have to make it a thumb rule that we will not try and change any one. But we will find a way out to deal with that change. Get a flower pot, place fresh flowers and with that put in secret messages saying “I respect your opinion but it would be better if you consider mine too.” Not only will the fresh flowers absorb all negativity but the habit of writing and letting your spouse know what’s in your heart will save a lot of time, effort and quarrel.
Place a picture of butterfly at the entrance