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Can a Maharishi Vastu Home be Built with Log Construction? Live Webinar September 21 and 23
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20 September 2021
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live in a Vastu home built with logs? Join several experienced Maharishi Vastu architects and homeowners as they present their experiences with log construction in this new live webinar.
As always, the presentation will end with a Q & A session.
Click on the links below to access the appropriate registration page for either event. Replays will also be available on the Maharishi Vastu website.
At the time of registration, Zoom will send an email confirmation with your personal link to the online event, and will also send a reminder email one day before the event.
The webinar will be broadcast twice (content will be the same for both events):
Tuesday, September 21st at 1:30 PM CDT, US (8:30 PM CET)
(click on THIS link to register for the Tuesday webinar)
Thursday, September 23rd at 7:30 PM CDT, US (Friday Sept 24th, 10:30 am AEST)
(click on THIS link to register for the Thursday webinar)
You may submit questions in advance to: email@example.com, or through the Q & A feature during the webinar.
We look forward to sharing the timely and extraordinary knowledge of Maharishi Vastu architecture from the perspective of two of its most experienced architects.
IF YOU HAVE MISSED ANY OF OUR PREVIOUS WEBINARS, THE VIDEO REPLAYS ARE AVAILABLE ON OUR WEBSITE. Replays of this new webinar will also be available at the same link after the events.
SOURCE: At Home in Maharishi Vastu Newsletter, September 2021
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