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Tour of Maharishi Vedic Observatory now available on YouTube
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10 June 2012
A video tour of the Maharishi Vedic ObservatoryTM in Maharishi Vedic City, Iowa, USA—now available on YouTube, enables visitors to walk through the observatory while listening to the tour on their smartphone.
The 37-minute tour answers questions such as what the observatory is and its purpose. It explains the various instruments and how the observatory works from both a Western and Vedic perspective. The video also covers the use of the instruments and their Vedic influence on the physiology and consciousness of the observer.
The Maharishi Vedic Observatory is a one-and-one-half acre, open-air observatory of masonry sundials from which one can tell the time, the day, and the positions of the stars and planets.
It is an ancient Vedic technology that mirrors the structure of the universe and the structure of one's own physiology. The goal is to increase balance of mind and body in the observer.
The Maharishi Vedic Observatory is located on Observatory Drive, two miles north of Fairfield, Iowa.
Click here to view the video tour.
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Global Good News comment:
From the Maharishi Vedic Observatory video:
'The Maharishi Vedic Observatory is an ancient Vedic technology to expand awareness and train the vision and mind to focus on the mathematical precision and order that regulate the universe without problems. The marvel of the Maharishi Vedic Observatory is in its simplicity. In modern Western astronomy one gains knowledge of the cosmos by going outward into cosmic life. In Vedic astronomy, the knowledge of the cosmos is not gained by going far out to explore the cosmos, but by going within to explore inner space.'
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