Recently, someone built a home that spread longer towards west. Realising its defect as per vasthu (science of architecture) after construction , he consulted a specialist. The specialist in vasthu advised a simple solution which involved building two poles and GI wire that connected them. Upon asking how it will help, he replied saying that the shade casted by the wire will shield from the ill effect of the expanded lower bank of the home!
The seeker was not satisfied. It was a simple solution and, so he did not feel like it is good enough. Knowing this attitude of the seeker, another vasthu specialist offered a more complex solution which involved a special puja, partial demolition and re-construction of some parts etc. The seeker is now satisfied and takes the second approach.
Who is at loss here? The seeker and the true vasthu specialist are both at loss.