Vaastu and Feng Shui Web Design for Blogs and Websites

Still waiting for site traffic? Online income shows a downtrend? Have you tried the ancient sciences of Vaastu shastra and Feng Shui to boost your web site / blog performance.

Some Vaastu and Feng Shui experts believe that principles of these ancient sciences along with numerology and astrology can be applied to blogs and websites to boost their prospects. I read this article which introduced me to the concept.

Earth is the layout, fire is the color, air is the HTML, space is name of the Website, and water is the font and graphics,” says Narang, adding that each must be chosen carefully and strike a balance with the other.

Narang, a Vaastu expert who has spent four years analyzing around 500 sites, says a Website that is not designed according to Vaastu rules will have few hits and will negatively affect the business.”

Dr Smita Narang has written this book titled “WebVastu” – Designing Websites according to Ancient Science of Directions” which further elaborates this concept. (Note: I have no financial interest in this)

The article further elaborates the use of Feng Shui –

“Followers of feng shui, which promotes the idea of the removal of unnecessary objects to allow free flow of energy, say this Chinese science can also be used for the same purpose.”

“A website where the colors hurt your eyes, the music offends your ears or has too much information is probably too cluttered and does not give a positive flow of ch’i,” says Vikram Narayan, a Mumbai-based feng shui practitioner.”

I then found this article about Internet Feng Shui which stresses “Feng shui in web design terms involves aligning web pages, and the user’s experience of navigating the whole website, in ways which will maximise the flow of positive ch’i.”

Try applying the principles of Vasstu and Feng Shui to your blog / website and see if it makes a difference…


  1. Thilak says:

    Ha Ha, Thats quite funny. Let me implement these changes on my new WordPress Theme and lets see if it makes any changes

    BTW the text in the comments form is very very small, so i cannot read it, sorry for typo mistakes

  2. Thilak says:

    I’ve seen that you have changed the colors of your blog. Have you done this according to vastu or fengshui ?

  3. QuickOnlineTips says:

    I like to keep changing my colors every week. Keeps my blog fresh! I am trying to look into the vasstu angle myself though.

  4. Thilak says:

    I wanted to change my blog’s theme. But will google drop all the index and reindex again ??

  5. Chris Herberte says:

    There’s a huge variation in opinions as to what elements of design are effectively “good feng shui” but I guess 5000 year old design principles should not be ignored.

  6. Bev says:

    The topic of adapting Feng Shui principles to building a website has always made sense to me. I have been advising people on website design for awhile now and I have found the traffic has been good, however, there is so much more that goes into getting high traffic that good design and flow is just one piece of the puzzle.

  7. cate bramble says:

    This is the most asinine McFengshui hype yet!

    It has no foundation in any of the scientific knowledge that is currently conducted for human factors (usability).


  8. zodiaclove says:

    I don’t agree with what you wrote really….
    please explain further a bit more for me :D

    thank you

  9. SEO Web Design says:

    Great Post! I thingmo web design is complete if it doesn’t have clear naviation, readability of text and forms to contact

  10. Vaastu forum says:

    Nice Post….. It will definitely help us…..

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