In our shastras many rituals are prescribed for specific directions. Details of a few given below for reader's convinience.
A Vaastu not receiving benefit of Aditya Pravah due to polluted East direction develops Vaastu-dosha. Aditya Pravah is closely related with Brahma Muhurta. The concept of deficiency
in the East direction implies deprivation of life- sustaining energies at the sunrise. As such, the traditional invocation of the Sun and Arghyadan is the best antidote on this type
The ritual of Arghyadan performed with water is associated with Mantra, Nainaskara, Vajrasana, and Pranayama. The practice commences with cupping of water in hands and offering it to
the Goddess Sun in a ritualistic manner at the predawn hours. The fingers, the palms, the arms are bestowed with the power of the Sun if one performs Arghyadan daily.
Chinese acupressure technique also alms at recharging Pranik energy flow in the body through some nodal points on the palm. The focal point of spiraling energies in human body is
located on the human palm itself. These centres receive cosmic energies in' the process of Arghyadan.
The recitation of Bee' Mantras in Suryopasana (worshipping the Sun), the flow
of Aditya Shakti in Arghyadan, and the Nadi Shodhan (purification of energy channels in body) in Pranayama initiates diffusion of Pran Shakti throughout the mind, intellect, and
body to protect the person from any ill-effects of Vaastu-dosha. Traditionally, Arghyadan is performed at early morning and evening twilight hours.
Not with standing the fast paced current lifestyle, it is still possible to perform Arghyadan for 15-20 minutes daily on the terrace of a house to avail of remission from the flaws
attributed to the polluted East direction.