In East Indian Vedic architecture, the home itself can be considered a shrine. It is not merely a shelter where people rest and eat. A dwelling is called manushyalaya which literally means "human temple".
Vastu Shastra recognizes a fundamental principle in nature with regard to how it is ordered and reproduced. A pine cone holds a similar shape and structure as a pine branch, which again holds a similar shape and structure to the entire tree as a whole.
The solar system comprises a series of planets orbiting the sun. At the microscopic level, the Atom is of a similar appearance and structure. The human body is similar to the atom or solar system in its construction with the heart and lungs at the center, around which circulate the energies and elements.
Likewise, a home must also recognize this natural design pattern if it is to be in harmony with the world at large.
Talor Stewart and HomeDesigner.org work through reason, experience, and intuition to reference and incorporate certain Vastu principles when developing architectural plans:
The goal of Vastu Shastra is to create architecture that not only recognizes humanity as a connected part of the universe but seeks design that actually makes that bond felt more strongly.
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