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'We stayed safe and warm': More experiences of Vastu homeowners in Hurricane Sandy's path
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23 November 2012
Other Maharishi Vastu homeowners in the Northeast region of the United States had experiences with Hurricane Sandy similar to those recounted by Vastu owners living along the Connecticut shore—very high winds and torrential rains for hours on end and yet no damage to their homes.
Please see Parts I and II of this article:
∙ ''Hurricane Sandy tests Vastu Shield effect''
∙ ''US: Homeowners describe protective effect of Maharishi Vastu architecture in Hurricane Sandy''.
One man with several Vastu structures on his property relates:
We were thankful that this storm raised the water table back up to normal after the mid-summer drought.
Two branches of a five year old tree came down on the property, but as I had discovered that this species was in fact invasive and is inherently weak in winds, this was merely nature's way of reminding me to take that tree down which I have now done!
Another homeowner who recently completed construction writes:
The house stood firm, and even with roaring wind up to 65 mph and pounding rain all night, the next day only one small branch had been displaced from our enormous pile of leaves and branches in the back yard. We did lose power for 24 hours, but we stayed safe and warm.
The Vastu Shield Effect derives from the coherence and orderliness created by the Maharishi Vastu principles of proper orientation, proportion, and dimensions that are used in building a home.
The effect is further strengthened by the placement of the home inside a fence in a way that enhances and supports the buildings' alignment with natural law and repels negative outside influences. We may not always be able to avoid these challenges from nature but we can certainly choose to build according to Maharishi Vastu architecture, thereby insuring the safety and comfort of ourselves and our families.
See related article on the Vastu Shield effect during last year's Hurricane Irene.
For more about Maharishi Vastu* architecture, visit: www.maharishivastu.org/
This post appeared in the November 2012 issue of At Home in Maharishi Vastu®—The Newsletter of Maharishi Vedic Architecture.
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* Vastu refers to Vedic architecture—the complete knowledge of design and building in accord with natural law—brought to light from the Vedic literature by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi as Maharishi Sthapatya Veda.
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