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Can buildings affect a teenager's health and happiness?
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18 February 2011
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The article features experiences of teenagers in Holland, the USA, and Australia, who live in homes built according to Vastu principles of Maharishi Vedic architecture.
From the comments of both the children and their parents, clearly Vastu living affects teenagers in a very positive and nourishing way, supporting their growth to adulthood easily and without strain. For example, two teenage girls from Holland were asked if they noticed any difference between a Maharishi Vastu house and a non-Vastu house:
'Oh yes! When I'm in a Vastu building I feel orderly and have a complete layout of my surroundings. I feel settled and calm. When I'm in non-Vastu it feels more chaotic. It's a bit like standing in the middle of a busy street as opposed to a quiet forest. Strangely, non-Vastu also manages to feel more closed up, and I get much more hyper.'
'When I go into a Vastu house I immediately feel like my mind is clearer. I can find everything much better as well as being able to study better. In non-Vastu houses I never seem to get rest, during the day or night.'
Teenagers living in Ohio, USA mention that they also feel happier and sleep better since moving into their Vastu home, and accomplish more in school. Parents in Australia comment that since moving in, the relationship between their two very different children has improved greatly and is much more harmonious.
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