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Reconstructing existing cities to be ideal garden cities
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26 May 2011
Reconstruction of existing cities into ideal garden cities involves creating greater orderliness—reflecting the orderliness found in nature.
When people first see the designs for garden cities they sometimes ask if so much orderliness is really natural, commented an expert in Maharishi Vastu (Vedic architecture).
Taking the example of healthy and unhealthy cells in the human physiology, the expert explained that healthy cells are completely orderly and aligned—and only when they become unhealthy do they become chaotic.
This 'reminds us a little bit of of existing chaotic city plans, and orderly cells in the physiology remind us of an orderly designed Maharishi Vedic City,' she said.
The coherence and orderliness of these Vastu cities constructed in harmony with natural law create a protective Vastu effect, much like the Meissner Effect in physics.
Even the experiences of those living only in individual buildings constructed according to Maharishi Vedic architecture confirm the beneficial effects of such buildings on health, family harmony, and prosperity. Individuals have also reported incidents of protection from natural disasters such as forest fires.*
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* Maharishi Vastu professionals also note that a Vastu design does not become a replacement for, but is an addition to common-sense protection measures.
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