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The Architecture of Nature: Symmetry and Beauty in Maharishi Vastu Homes - New live webinar September 15 and 16
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14 September 2020
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for their next Live Webinar
Tuesday, September 15th
1:30pm Central Daylight Time (CDT — US and Canada)
8:30pm Central European Time (CET)
Wednesday September 16th
7:30pm Central Daylight Time (US and Canada)
Jon Lipman, AIA, director and chief Maharishi Vastu architect for North America, will be joined by Christian Schweitzer, Vastu Architect at Maharishi European Research University (MERU), Netherlands. A prolific and highly talented architect, Christian is also known for developing the ''Master Builder System.''
Christian will describe the role that symmetry plays in the structures of nature, how it is used in Vastu, and why it is a vital element in Maharishi Vastu design. This will be a fascinating talk, full of beautiful images with ample time for questions and answers at the end. Click on the links below to access the appropriate registration page for either event.
An email confirmation will be sent from Zoom with your personal link to the online event.
The webinar will be broadcast twice (the Tuesday event will be the same content as the Wednesday event).
Tuesday, September 15th at 1:30pm CDT - US and Canada, & 8:30pm CET
(Click on THIS link to register for the Tuesday webinar)
Wednesday, September 16th at 7:30pm CDT (US and Canada)
(Click on THIS link to register for the Wednesday webinar)
You may submit questions in advance to: firstname.lastname@example.org
OR submit your questions thru the Q & A icon during the webinar.
We look forward to sharing with you the timely and extraordinary knowledge of Maharishi Vastu architecture. if you missed any of our previous webinars, the video replays are available on the maharishivastu.org website.
SOURCE: Adapted from At Home in Maharishi Vastu Newsletter, September 2020
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