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Maharishi Vastu offers sustainable living in harmony with natural law
by Global Good News staff writer
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26 May 2011
True sustainability will only come from the full enlivenment of natural law. Maharishi Vedic architecture—also known as Maharishi Vastu—and Vedic city planning offer buildings and cities in harmony with natural law.
Modern city planning 'strives to restore the connection between the individual and the community'—a very important element, said an expert in Maharishi Vastu. However, Maharishi Vedic City Planning 'holds the key to restoring the connection between the individual and the entire orderly structure of natural law, providing profound and truly effective results.'
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi explained that Maharishi Vedic architecture connects individual life with cosmic life, she said.
Maharishi Vastu utilizes several fundamental principles to create ideal sustainable homes, offices, and cities in harmony with natural law, including: proper orientation, site selection, layout with silent centre or Brahmasthan, placement of rooms, Vedic measurements and proportions, auspicious timing, natural non-toxic building materials, and sustainable systems.
In the coming days Global Good News will feature these fundamental principles in more detail.
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