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17 March 2011
The article from last month's e-news on small Maharishi Vastu* (Vedic architecture) houses has brought many comments on the photo album posted on the Maharishi Vastu Architecture page on Facebook.®
The album has continued to be added to, as more examples come in. A few more examples can be seen here—one from Sweden, a 160 square foot (15 square meter) pavilion; and another from Greece, a 764 SF (71 SM) small home.
A recently completed small house on Salt Spring Island, BC, Canada has created its own album on Facebook that shows a sample of the building construction progress as well as the completed interiors. You can visit that page by clicking here.
To have the benefit of some time each day in a Maharishi Vastu building is a great blessing and will bring the coherence and support of nature to facilitate complete Vastu living.
Many people are also enjoying the recently posted blog giving the experiences of some of the owners living in these compact Vastu homes: www.maharishivastu.org/news/blogger/VastuLife/.
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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