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Vedic Garden Design: Applying the knowledge of Natural Law for healthy beautiful gardens
by Global Good New staff writer
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11 December 2010
Vedic Garden Design utilizes the knowledge of Natural Law to nourish flowers, herbs, fruits, vegetables, and other varieties of plants for beautiful, healthy gardens.
One way in which the knowledge of Natural Law is utilized in Vedic Garden Design is through gardening according to the stars, said an expert in this field, speaking on a video about Vedic Gardening played during the inauguration of MERU's new Institute of Vedic Garden Design.
Working with 'the knowledge of the influence of planets and stars on plant life allows us to take maximum advantage of the nourishing power of Natural Law—to promote a healthier soil, a more productive seed, stronger plants, and healthier, more nourishing food,' the expert explained.
'We can stimulate the growth and health of the plant by following the Vedic principles which uphold all the cosmic influences in Nature.'
Creativity also plays a role in creating exquisite beauty in the garden. 'There is infinite scope for expressing creativity in the design of the Maharishi Vedic Garden, using water, lights, stone, and a great variety of design features.'
A small body of water, for example, can be created to reflect and enhance the beauty the of the flowers and herbs growing near it, or to reflect the moon shining in the night sky.
By handling the transcendental level of total Natural Law, Vedic Gardens—in conjunction with Maharishi Vastu (Vedic architecture)—will help fulfill the vision of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi for heavenly life on earth.
* Please Part I, Part II, Part III, and Part IV of this article.
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