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The true beauty of natural spaces (buildings)

🌿 The True Beauty of Natural Buildings 🌿


Yesterday's fb post received wonderful feedback from friends who found natural buildings to be aesthetically appealing. Thanks for the feedback. At times some people have the common misconception that natural buildings lack visual appeal. In fact, I believe everything natural is inherently more beautiful.


This reminds me of a famous celebrity makeup artist who, when asked about the best makeup, replied, "The best makeup is that which looks natural." This principle holds true for architecture as well. Today, many people use cement and concrete to mimic the look of wood because they perceive it as maintenance-free. However, it's crucial to consider more than just the surface appearance—everything is energy, a fact emphasized by great scientists like Einstein and Nikola Tesla, and by the world's greatest spiritual leaders.


We've measured the energies of different building materials using various methods, and the results are clear: natural materials enhance our energies, while artificial materials tend to diminish them. You can find our some videos demonstrating these measurements on YouTube.

✨ Imagine living in a home that not only looks beautiful but also radiates positive energy, supporting your well-being in every way. They are warmer during the cold winter season amd they are cool during the hot summer times. They don't produce harmful gases but on the contrary they purify the air that we breathe.✨


I encourage everyone to choose wisely and experience the difference for themselves. Natural buildings are not just aesthetically pleasing; they are environments that nurture your physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health.


If you're interested in exploring how natural materials can transform your living space, feel free to reach out to us on www.meholisticcentre.com

Your journey towards a healthier, more balanced living environment can start here.


- Manjushree Rathi

Director, ME Holistic Centre


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