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Vedic vegetable garden: 'Never tasted anything so full, alive, and vital'
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17 March 2011
According to the first US clients of the Maharishi Vedic Garden Design services, the difference between the vegetables produced by their first year Vedic vegetable garden—compared to other locally produced, organic vegetables—is dramatic.
''We used to buy our produce from [a national food store chain] until we discovered a nearby farm that sold organic produce—freshly picked that morning. The difference was striking and dramatic. Suddenly [the store's] produce started looking not very 'fresh'.
''Then one day we sat down to the first harvest of salad greens from our Maharishi Vedic garden. With the first bite my wife and I stared at each other with a look of incredulity and delight.
''We had never, ever tasted anything that felt so full and alive and vital. The difference from even the neighborhood organic farm was nothing short of amazing. Now we only buy produce off-season when the garden is covered with snow.''
This new service designs garden space for both vegetable and decorative gardens. You can read about their services and the principles behind them on their beautiful website: www.MaharishiVedicGarden.com
This post appeared in the March 2011 issue of At Home in Maharishi Vastu®—The Newsletter of Maharishi Vedic Architecture.
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* Vastu refers to Vastu vidya, Vedic architecture—the knowledge of designing and constructing Fortune-Creating buildings in accord with Natural Law—brought to light in its completeness from the Vedic Literature by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi as Maharishi Sthapatya Veda.
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