Decoding Past Life Astrology & Past life Regression – Part 2 : Unveiling Life’s Truths by Astrological Case Study

 

Written by Rocky Jamwal | Based on True life events 

 

Introduction

In the preceding section of the study on the Mystery of Past Birth, we explored the use of past life astrology, karma, past life regression therapy, and the Bhagwat Geeta to get insights into the individual’s past life experiences and to comprehend their present life circumstances.

Link for part 1st : Unlocking the Mystery of Past Birth via past life astrology,  Past life Regression therapy, and Bhagwat Geeta

 

Decoding Astrological Mystery of Past Life Astrology and Past Life Regression : Past, Present, and Beyond – Part 1

 

Decoding Past Life Astrology & Past life Regression – Part 2 : Unveiling Life’s Truths by Astrological Case Study

In this iteration, we will make an attempt to decode the individual’s past life existence astrologically by utilising the ideas of Jamini, Nadi, and Parashara as our guiding principles.

A small number of writings, like the Jamini Sutra and the Nadi Sutras, give us hints about the hidden knowledge behind previous birth astrology or past lives. This knowledge is closely linked to soul parameters and methods for moving forward in life, which we can learn from the different Nadi scriptures written by seers and Nadi scholars in other times and places.

Though the Jamini Sutras give a profound understanding of the fundamental principles related to the soul’s purpose and learning directly linked with one’s spiritual experiences, whereas classical astrology texts do not provide explicit visual representations related to past birth astrological parameters; however, we can still get an idea of those mentioned in the Parashara Hora shashtra related to the spiritual aspects of human beings, and these writings or short quotes do offer insights into the hidden knowledge associated with previous birth astrology, i.e. Parashara gives emphasis on the 9th, 5th, and 1st houses for understanding the Dharma and righteous duties, which are directly and indirectly linked with native past life karmas, Punyas and the ideas of Past samskaras.

These ancient documents are full of cryptic quotations that can be helpful in supplying information that can be used to gain a better understanding of the incomprehensible complexity that are involved in past-birth astrology. The outcome of this discussion is going to be determined by how much in-depth research a particular person has conducted on the topic at hand. This research should comprise an in-depth review of a number of birth charts. These birth charts should demonstrate high correlates with the individual’s current traumatic life experiences, which we can then tie further to their previous existences. Alternatively, we can analyze these charts by performing a reverse correlation on them.

The well-known astrological treatise known as the Phaladeepika was written by Manteswara, and it provides insightful information on the concepts of previous and subsequent incarnations. In the fourteenth chapter, a significant amount of information regarding astrological markers relating to previous and upcoming incarnations is presented. In the fourteenth chapter, a significant amount of attention is placed on the ninth house and its ninth lord; nonetheless, according to Phaladeepika, the ninth house has a large amount of significance.

If the ninth Lord in a person’s natal chart is in an exalted state, it is possible to infer that the person’s previous existence was connected to a higher social class that was comprised of people who had strong moral principles. This may be determined by looking at the person’s horoscope. If the 9th Lord in the natal chart is discovered to be in a debilitated state or located within the sign of an opponent, then it is possible to draw the conclusion that the person’s previous existence was spent in a specific different geographical area or areas.

According to Manteswara, the placement of the 9th Lord in either the individual’s own house or in the house of a friend denotes a connection between the individual’s current place of habitation and a previous birth that took place in the same country. This is inferred from the fact that the 9th Lord is in either its own house or in the house of a friend.

Users can learn more about these aspects by reading the article on past life incarnations that is provided further down on this page.

To Know more on Past life Incarnations, click on the below link to understand more on these astrological fundamentals :

 

Reincarnation and Astrology : Decoding Past Life of Shanti Devi

Investigating Past life Connections using Vedic Astrology

 

Now Questions arises ? Have you ever contemplated the enigmas surrounding your previous existence and the potential impact they may have on your present incarnation? 

Vedic astrology, an ancient astrological tradition originating from India, provides valuable insights into the interrelationships between one’s past and present lifetimes. Through the process of scrutinising an individual’s birth chart, practitioners of Vedic astrology possess the ability to reveal the karmic forces that intricately mould the trajectory of one’s life.

In the field of Vedic astrology, the birth chart, commonly referred to as the Janam Kundli, serves as a visual depiction illustrating the precise spatial arrangement of celestial entities during an individual’s moment of birth. The aforementioned acts as a comprehensive framework that delineates the trajectory of one’s previous, current, and forthcoming existence.

Through a comprehensive analysis of several astrological principles, it is possible to explore the intricate interconnections between your past lives and acquire a more profound comprehension of the trajectory of your soul’s evolution.

Indicators of Past Lives in the Natal Chart : Past Life Astrology Connections

There are few astrological pointers one should understand i.e. The examination of the location of Rahu and Ketu, commonly referred to as the North and South Nodes of the Moon, is a significant aspect explored in Vedic astrology to establish links with past lives. The obscured elements within the birth chart are indicative of the karmic imprints originating from previous lifetimes that are perpetuated into the present incarnation.

Rahu symbolises the manifestation of aspirations, ambitions, and lingering emotional states originating from previous incarnations. The positioning of an astrological entity within a specific house and sign provides insight into the domains of existence where one may encounter difficulties and acquire significant knowledge.

In contrast, Ketu symbolises the development of one’s spiritual journey, the act of detachment, and the liberation from previous karmic cycles.

The positioning of an entity might serve as an indicator of the domains in which one has already achieved proficiency in specific classes.

The Interplay of Planetary Aspects and Past Life Connections

The examination of planetary aspects is a significant component in the analysis of the birth chart for the purpose of investigating past life connections. Aspects refer to the geometric angles established between celestial bodies, particularly planets, which can give rise to either harmonious or problematic energetic interactions.

Through the examination of the interrelationships among many celestial bodies, valuable insights can be gleaned regarding the intricate dynamics and interconnections that exist between previous incarnations and one’s current existence.

As an illustration, in the context of an individual’s birth chart, the presence of a hard aspect between the Moon and Saturn could potentially suggest a previous incarnation characterised by a deficiency in emotional support and a dearth of feelings of security, spirituality one has lead life of Sadhu or Ascetic person.

This feature may indicate a necessity to engage in self-care practises and pursue emotional recovery in order to address the karmic imbalances present in your current life.

The Significance of the Ascendant and Descendant in Astrology

The ascendant, also known as the rising sign, refers to the specific zodiac sign that was positioned on the eastern horizon during the moment of an individual’s birth. One’s personal image encompasses both the manner in which they project themselves to society and their outward physical attributes. In contrast, the descendant is the astrological sign situated on the western horizon, symbolising an individual’s interpersonal connections and alliances.

Through the examination of the ascendant and descendant signs, it is possible to discern past life connections in respect to the individuals one tends to attract and the dynamics encountered within partnerships. An illustration of this concept may be seen when considering an individual whose ascendant is in Aries and descendant is in Libra. In such a case, it is plausible to infer that this person may have had a previous incarnation characterised by qualities of autonomy and assertiveness, while simultaneously attracting companions who possessed qualities of conciliation and diplomacy.

In conclusion, it can be inferred that the provided information leads to the stated conclusion.

Vedic astrology provides an intriguing viewpoint of the interconnections between past lives and their impact on an individual’s present birth. Through a meticulous examination of an individual’s birth chart, astrologers possess the ability to reveal the karmic imprints originating from previous incarnations, thereby offering valuable insights and recommendations for effectively navigating the obstacles and educational experiences encountered in one’s present life.

The primary objective of comprehending past life connections is not to fixate on historical events, but rather to acquire profound understanding of one’s spiritual progression and exercise deliberate decision-making in the current moment. The process of embracing the teachings and relinquishing karmic patterns has the potential to facilitate individual development, foster spiritual advancement, and enhance overall life satisfaction.

Beginning of Native Past Life Journey via Past Life Regression 

 

 

In this section, we will go into a more comprehensive understanding of the individual using various astrological methodologies and systems, aiming to establish connections between past and present events in an investigative fashion.

Hence, let us commence the process of deciphering the enigma surrounding the prior existence of the indigenous individual, as disclosed by the native in the context of their engagement with the past life therapist during the regression session in the year 2009.

Lets dive deeper in the historical trajectory of the indigenous individual’s previous birth existence. The origins of this event may be traced back to the year 1806, when a regression session took place in close proximity to Dongri, a location situated in Rajasthan.

Specifically, this session occurred in the present-day village of Alwar, which was part of a princely kingdom where the individual in question was born. The individual in question belonged to a royal lineage and was known by the name “Rajveer.” Through the process of regression, the individual was able to witness their own existence.

The indigenous individual provided a comprehensive account, beginning from the first stage and progressing towards the last stage, while also incorporating detailed facts and personal experiences from all stages of life. The entire session with the therapist and native was quite beneficial, as it provided valuable insights and facilitated the comprehension and interpretation of the enigmatic aspects of his previous incarnation.

Due to the distinctive encounter I had with the indigenous individual, I engaged in a series of inquiries pertaining to his astrological forecast.

The process of comprehending his natal and divisional charts proved to be an exceptionally remarkable and unparalleled experience for me. The information provided to him corresponded precisely with the horoscope that the individual described to me during our talk.

In this discourse, I intend to elucidate a process by means of a native chart, which may potentially evoke astonishment and foster a transformative learning encounter.

 

Dongri Fort, as appeared in his regression process, is currently situated near Jaipur.

 

The present study aims to do an astrological analysis of the native chart, with a focus on the life that commenced in the year 1806 in the region of Dongri.

Native  as explained me :

” The Native has shared with me that in the year 1806 AD, in a land close to Dongri in Rajasthan, he identified himself as the son, a prince, of the reigning monarch. This individual, known as Rajveer Singh, experienced a previous existence characterised by opulence and regality. Within his kingdom, every conceivable luxury was present, and he derived great pleasure from this former life, surpassing the joys of his present existence. In his previous existence, he displayed great generosity, offering assistance to both nature and his fellow beings. However, it is important to acknowledge that he also engaged in acts of harm, driven by his anger and unbridled emotions.”

In his previous incarnation, the individual’s sibling possessed the same identity as their present existence. This sibling held great significance to the individual, providing substantial assistance throughout their endeavours, particularly in the realm of professional pursuits and romantic romance.

In a previous incarnation, it was seen that the individual of indigenous origin shown a strong devotion towards Lord Shiva, engaging in daily prayers to the deity by balancing on a single leg each morning. However, during his previous incarnation, the individual exhibited a tendency towards aggression and hostility in his interactions with colleagues, subordinates, and military personnel, as well as others in his immediate vicinity, while enjoying a lavish way of life.

 

Astrological Reasoning : 

” You can Look at Mars’s Debilitation placement in the 10th house (Following the same routines in the current birth too), 2nd from the 9th house aspecting Both Venus and Mars (1st house and 5th from the 9th house) ” 

Native :” Moreover, he recounted an experience in which he was engaged in fervent devotion to Lord Shiva in a secluded area within a dense forest, while balancing on a single leg. During this spiritual endeavour, he unexpectedly encountered the presence of a woman who approached him from behind and forcefully propelled him forward.
As a consequence of this occurrence, he experienced a loss of equilibrium and subsequently descended to the ground, landing on his knee. The individual experienced a profound sense of anger and resentment, likely due to the influence of Mars Debilitation and its aspect on Lagana. On this particular day, the native was engaged in the concluding ritual of a ceremonial procedure. Despite facing significant challenges, the individual made persistent efforts to complete the ritual within the stipulated timeframe, following their departure from the palace. ”
Astrological Reasoning : 
” Look at Mars and Moon in Scorpio sign (Hidden places of worshipping) in the D60 chart aspected by Saturn from the 6th house (clearly telling Brutality toward women or lack of emotional balance or sudden turbulence in emotional nature gave him sudden anger in the place of the secret place of worshipping – Scorpio )”. 
As I ventured forth, the native elucidated that the lady, in her disturbance, brought about the dissolution of the sacred ceremony, thereby disrupting the sanctity of his worship. This occurrence transpired during the culminating day of the ritual, wherein the native embarked upon a devout journey towards his divine entity. When the observer witnessed the futility of all things, they found themselves unable to restrain their anger, and proceeded to inflict upon the girl a violent and agonising fate, not truly leading to her demise, but rather plunging her into a state of unconsciousness. In the sacred voyage of his yesteryears, this is what manifested.
He shared with me that during his journey of past life regression, he encountered a lady who manifested in his current life as his spouse (his first wife). This manifestation occurred in the year 2008, precisely during the Mars Mahadasha (the period ruled by Mars – Dasha of Uppada lagna) and the Antardasha period of Venus (the lord of the 8th house in Lagana, in conjunction with the 9th lord). This occurrence signifies a profound karmic debt or a connection to past experiences of suffering or events.
It is noteworthy that this manifestation took place during the dasha (period) of the lords of the 8th and 9th houses. In contemplating this matter once more, it becomes evident that the dashas of the lords of the 8th and 9th houses serve as reliable indicators of profound connections to previous birth existences, as well as the interwoven tapestry of accumulated karmic actions, both those presently unfolding (prarabdha) and those yet to manifest (sanchit).

In the pursuit of profound comprehension regarding previous actions and the karmic imprints of past existence, one may explore the profound influence of the native’s 6th Lord Dasha of Jupiter in the Natal chart, residing within the Sagittarius Sign, gracefully positioned within the 4th house in the D60 chart. This celestial arrangement beautifully signifies that the individual was blessed with spiritual enlightenment in their preceding birth, devoutly engaging in daily worship of Lord Shiva within a sacred temple nestled near their regal abode.

In the process of counter-enquiry and analysing the regression journey of the native verbal experience with the natal chart, I found myself in a state of profound contemplation.

As the native continued along his path, he shared with me his experience of encountering frustration with his Saarthi ( one who guided his chariot ) . Each day, he expressed his discontent by subjecting the Saarthi to harsh treatment. However, a moment of profound astonishment arose when it was revealed through regression that this very Saarthi had also been the father of the lady in his recent past.

In the realm of his past life regression journey, he shared with me that a certain lady manifested herself. As he traversed the state of death, this very lady reappeared in his current existence, assuming the form of his present spouse, his first wife. This occurrence took place in the year 2008, during the Mars Mahadasha ( Dasha of UL )  within the Antardasha period of Venus.

It is noteworthy that Venus, the lord of the eighth house, resides in Lagana alongside the ninth lord, establishing a karmic connection from a previous incarnation. This occurrence serves as a profound indication of a deeply ingrained karmic debt or a connection to past suffering or events. It is of particular significance that she appeared during the dasha of the eighth and ninth house lords.

Upon further contemplation, it becomes evident that the manifestations of the 8th and 9th house lords’ dashas serve as profound indicators of the profound interconnections stemming from previous incarnations, as well as the intricate web of accumulated Karmas, encompassing both Prarabdha and Sanchit.

As Explained by Native : 
” When Saarthi learned that the prince had brutally treated his daughter, he reported the incident and revolted against the native. further native told me later that he saw in his journey regarding his father of that lady. After he reported, he didn’t say anything else, nor any consequences, nor anything else; he simply overthrew all of his anger and grudge towards the father of that lady (Saarthi).
After that incident, it was a strange fact that the father of that lady, who was once his “Saarthi” and father of that lady in his past birth, was also the father of his Native Spouse in his current birth too. Both instances amply demonstrated that pending karma keeps coming back until the native either expels it or it clears off.
In Native Current Birth, the father of her spouse was the primary person behind the court lawsuit against the native family to torture and harass them, and it was the spouse’s father who was taking the case. It seemed as though some sort of old grudge was involved in it with the members of the native’s family.
Astrological Reasoning :
“Check out that the UL lord (Mangal – Family of Spouse ) is in Debilitation in the 9th house (father and family of the Spouse) from UL and the 10th house from Native Lagana. Again confirming me prarabhda plays its role in this birth too in the same manner too.”

While what he saw in his past journey was also very impressive, Native explained to me further that there was a general in his army in his past birth who always disobeyed his orders and always tried to put restrictions on him whenever he wanted to do something freely. From their childhood days, he used to torture him and always try to apply arm power to the native so that the native wouldn’t go anywhere at a young age, as it was the order given by the native father to that general—never leave him alone and keep an eye on him always like a guard, wherever the native goes, but the native always took this in some other direction with the motive of grudge.

Astrological Reasoning :

“Check out Sun in the 11th house from UL (older brother, in government authority and police), and in the 12th house from the Lagana (Bhadkesha Lord). It was a peculiar reality to learn that during the same life, the same guy had problems in his native life as well as a result of the powers that were held against him by his government.

This again demonstrates that there is some kind of karmic relationship between with that general’s previous incarnation and with the native; this is the reason that in this birth, that general is likewise exacting revenge via the powers vested in him by the government. In a previous life, the natives enjoyed torturing the general when he was older and always displayed his powers towards him; in this life, Prarabdha once again played his role by taking on the role of the general’s husband and brother.”

Native went on to tell me that the general who had appeared in his journey is today his brother-in-law. He is working in the police department at a senior rank, and he is also functioning as the personal security officer and secretary of various ministers. One of the primary antagonists was constantly in a rush to bother locals at whatever cost, and he displayed all of his powers simply so he could realise that he had made the same mistakes in a previous incarnation by chance.

Native informed me further that this was the person who actually was taking revenge for no reason in their current life; he used all of his police powers to mentally harass his whole family by throwing police force into his home, filling out a fake FIR case against his family without any proof or evidence, making a case of fugitive against native with the help of that saarthi (person who runs the chariot) (Now Father of native spouse and that general) in his current birth, and presuming that native.

In the end, it was pretty clear to declare that there are significant ties in the native previous life with the family of the person the native is married to at the present time. The only people Native mentioned to me throughout his voyage into his past lives were those that belonged to the same family as his current wife or girlfriend.

 

In addition, Native shared with me during his past-birth regression therapy session that his 11th wife was the same woman he was dating at the time he married his current wife; both of them were head over heels in love with one another and loved as if they were one soul. It’s almost like having a soulmate for a partner; it’s the same way with his current native girlfriend, who is still by his side and has given him all of her honesty, loyalty, and love. She is still generous and making an effort to build relationships with the locals and provide support for them.

Astrological Reasoning :

” Check out UL2 (8th from 1st UL (Scorpio Sign) is Gemini Sign, UL2 Lord Mercury is with Venus in Native Lagana aspecting 7th house, again displaying love from Poorva Life (9th lord in 1st house), indicating strong desire from both the pair to say linked in this birth also. Check out UL2 (8th from 1st UL (Scorpio Sign) is Aquarius Sign. Because of this, my love for reincarnation astrology has grown even stronger. “

Native continued by telling me that in his previous incarnation, he had the lifestyle of a king, and that during that time he had several Patraani who were deeply in love with him; roughly ten of them were present. This again proves to be accurate; during the native’s time spent serving in the merchant navy, he travelled to many different countries, and during those travels, he met a large number of female members (Moon in the seventh house, lord of the tenth house in the seventh house, exchange of both the seventh and tenth houses—many relationships) who were deeply in love with the native and who always took care of him with genuine love and devotion.

Mercury and Venus are conjugated in lagana in the Native American natal chart. This means that they are facing the moon in the seventh house, which represents a diversity of romantic partnerships. Also, the 7th lord Mars is in a debilitated position in the 10th house, which is the sign of Cancer (a water sign), which indicates that he formed many partnerships when he was travelling over the ocean (Jara Yoga). This provides further evidence that past birth connections exist, as well as the existence of numerous linkages with female members and locals who continue this pattern in current birth as well.

Astrological Explanation of Past life Karma

 

 

Now, let me explain further how everything can be seen astrologically: Native Lagana is Libra (confirming me as a person with kingly style life standards and a lover of justice, truth, and balance in current life with a taste of beauty and style). As I have already explained earlier, a native is having Malavya Yoga. He must be living lavishly with high standards in life; hence, it is proven that a native brought the same thing in his current birth too, all the habits, qualities, and attributes of his past birth.

In my last article on “Past Birth Karma,” I have already explained that the 9th house should be seen for all the Sanchit Karmas (past life) and should be taken as a seed house for past birth, which means we can take it as a reference for past birth lagana. The reason being that D60 lagana changes within a fraction of minutes, and unless and until we are confirmed with accurate birth times, we can’t make it a final varga for past life assessment. Now, for a better understanding of past birth, treat the 9th house as past birth Lagana; in the native case, Gemini Lagana should be treated as past birth Lagana.

 

In the native case, if we take Gemini as Lagana, Gemini will be rising, and its lord Mercury is with Venus, falling in 5th (Punya of the past). It also happens to be Laganesh in Libra, forming Malvaya yoga (luxurious and kingly style of life), Adhi yoga (a king and chief of the army), and Raja Laxmi yoga (a fortunate and higher yoga of achievements).

 

In the native case, both Mercury and Venus are falling in the 5th from the 9th house, which means Lagana will act as “Purva Punya Karama “for the 9th house, indicating past birth good deeds. Simply the fruits of your past birth good karmas, as both the 9th Lord and Laganesh are forming Raja Yogas in the 1st house, clearly telling me natives will enjoy king-like status and will belong from a kingly background in their current lives too because of past birth good actions and deeds.

 

Now, this is quite true to say, 9th lord in Lagana: a self-made man who will be known for his kinglyship; here both the planets are 5th (Punya or fruits of Punya) from the 9th house of past birth, telling natives that they will be treated as ideals in their past birth or maybe a famous person known for their great kingship, nature, and big hearts. Anything 5th from any Bhava indicates the Purva Punya of Bhava it is placed from, or the fruits you will get because of your Punyas or good deeds you have done in the past or your willingness to do good for others benefits means the native will continue to enjoy his luxurious lifestyle in this birth too, whenever Mercury and Venus Dasha periods will be operative in his life.

 

Moving further, the Native having Ketu in the 5th bhava, 9th from 9th house (what native actually did by which native is getting Punya to this birth or simply can be said Bhagaya or root connected with the past), 9th to 9th indicates the luck of that previous bhava.

The 5th house is actually the Purva puna ya Bhava from the Lagana, which indicates what you did in the past by being placed in the 9th house, and also the bhava of Bhakti or Pooja, or the devotion you did in the past by also indicating your strong faith in the deity. 9th to any bhava is the Bhagaya connected with the Bhava. Here, Ketu in the 5th house is placed 9th from the 9th house, indicating the bhagaya of the 9th house (Gemini, the past birth Lagana).

 

Here, indicating that the native might be very spiritual indeed and should be a devotee of that Avtaar that has no form, i.e., Sada Shiva or Narayana (Ketu-Aquarius) which is quite true in the native case as he devoted Para Brahma avatar of Shiva in the past. The disposition lord of the 5th house is Saturn placed in the 11th house in Leo with Jupiter and Rahu, where Jupiter is the 6th lord too, again confirming Prarabdha connected with the bhakti of the native in the past, as the presence of Rahu also shows some sort of disturbance occurred in the bhakti too.
The 5th Lord is in the Sign of Leo (Sign of Shiva) with Jupiter (the A form, which has greater meaning). The question is: if the native was such a devotee in his past birth, a great donor, and a helping king, then why did he face so much suffering in this current birth?
Now, here comes the next picture: 4th to any bhava indicates happiness connected with those bhava; 4th from Gemini is the Virgo sign, where the sun is placed in the 12th house from Lagana; and 4th is the disposition sign of Atmakarka Saturn. 4th from 9th house is “the Storage of Sanchit/Past Birth Karama “. Native belonged to a royal family and was a worshipper of the family deity belonging to the sun (Lord Shiva). As natives reported to me, he was also a strong devotee of Lord Shiva in his birth and is still doing hard worship of Lord Shiva.

 

Understanding Past life Karma via Nadi Astrology Method

 

Note: Nadi method to check previous life:

If we look at it from the Nadi perspective, we need to regress (moving backward to previous placement to see the immediate past life of the native (Jeeva), Jupiter progression (forward) shows about Jeeva’s current life growth and regression shows about how Jeeva has gone through his previous life) the Placement of Jupiter (in 10th house) (which is currently placed in 11th house), which will go back in the native 10th house over Mangal in If the Native’s Jupiter and Moon are in a trine with Mars, and Mars is in a trine with Jupiter, it is apparent that in a prior life, he had a position of royalty.

From Jamini Angle, from Lagana Sun is Bhadhakesha Lord, being lord of the 11th house for Chara Lagna (indicating previous birth deity) is placed in the 12th house from the Lagana, bhadhakesha in the 12th house (meaning a place where natives used to do worshipping) is considered to be a good placement for bhadhaka among all placements of bhadhaka in the natal chart for removal of all troubles, also indicates that the native was a devotee of Lord Shiva (Sun – Shiva).

Atamakarka lord (5th lord Saturn) is placed in the 11th house in Bhadhaka House with 3rd and 6th lord Jupiter (who is the 10th lord from the 9th house, indicating what Karama you have done in past birth), with 5th lord Rahu clearly indicating the disturbance happening or even happening in Bhakti at the place of worshipping in the past.

 

12th from Bhadkesha Lord Sun having Jupiter (6th Lord), Saturn (5th Lord), and Rahu (5th Lord) means something bad happened in the place of native worshipping in the past, which is resulting in suffering in current birth and anger to worshipping deity “Lord Shiva”; Moreover, with 3 planets placed in the bhadhaka house, the placement of Saturn and Rahu also happened to be in the 12th house from the Bhadkesha Lord Sun, further showing mismanagement (Saturn) or some sort of disastrous (Rahu) happened in the place of worshipping with Jupiter (event is something related to devotion, in the sign of eo-Bhakti).

 

Further, Jupiter is the 6th lord and is also placed in the 6th from the 6th house (punishment of the praradbha), and the 11th is also the 6th from the 6th, which means punishment of the diety as a result of karma you have done in the past, clearly telling me what action the native did in his past birth.

If we see the root cause, Jupiter also happens to be the lord of the 3rd house, which is also further placed in the 11th house, falling from the 9th to the 3rd, further confirming the past birth Karma phala (action). This shows the native had done something bad in the place of worship by beating that lady, and as a result, a lady came into his family in the form of his spouse (shows Rinna of past life) just to take revenge and realise suffering to the native, which is what all natives had faced after marriage, and all these sufferings are counted as a result of Native Praradbha Karam.

All the suffering that the native gave to the lady came to him as a matter of his bad deeds because of his uncontrolled anger. This clearly shows the whole matter was connected with the place of worshipping in past birth, and the involvement of the 3rd lord (arms, courage, and power) and the 6th lord Jupiter (suffering, debit, and Praradbha karma) confirms the actions in the past.

Hence, it is proved that past birth does come in the same way; maybe later, but it will come back to you to realise what you have done as a result of your Prarabhdha karma. All three planets are also placed in the 11th house, also indicating desires from the past, and also in the house of Bhadhakasthan (Karka of Root Desire—Rahu is there in Leo—indicating root reason of past birth—Disturbance in Bhakti (Sign of 5th Leo)) with 6th Lord Jupiter and Saturn, which signifies that whenever Rahu, Saturn, and Jupiter Dasha period will be operative, Native may face lots of unknown hurdles in its life because of his past birth bad deeds, or you can say praradbha karma.

This actually started after the Rahu Mahadasha period in 2009, when the native started facing sudden problems in his life in the same Antar Dasha period. Native lost everything because of his past deeds or actions done to him unintentionally.
It was not the native dire intention to hurt that lady, but it happened because of his controlled anger, which further shows the unhappiness and anger of Lord Shiva (Rudra) in the form of miseries in this birth. Lord Shiva is considered the Serpent God, and Rahu is the ruler of the serpents and Bhadha, which further shows the Rahu Dasha period would be the main root dasha for triggering these life sufferings in his current life. Placement and the Dasha period of the Rahu are clearly telling about the root reason for past birth desires.
When I further inquired with Native about that lady regarding his brutal action in his last birth after the regression therapy, Native reported to me that he was doing a great sadhana of Lord Shiva in the jungle, in an isolated place in a dense jungle. He left everything just for the love of Lord Shiva with his single leg, and he was very happy as the sadhana was about to complete or end soon when suddenly he felt someone push him forward, and he lost all his control and his penance got broke.
It was a major break in his sadhana, which influenced native anger. As a result, the native brutally beat that lady to a state of death, and now the native is facing suffering and misery on account of the same in his current birth.
Further Native told me he was very courageous as well as brave and violent in his nature, having a straight-forward approach to everything in his life.

It is quite easy to understand in this life, too. Mars is at his debilitation point in the 10th house in the sign of cancer, having an exchange with the moon, and Mars is giving the result of the sign aries as well (showing native courage and valor). He is also falling into the 2nd house (speech) from the 9th house. Further, Rahu, Saturn, and Jupiter also fall in the 3rd house from the 9th house (indicating bravery and courage) in his past lives, and it’s also another reason for rebirth because of his killing and brutality towards others.

Native also reported to me that from the beginning of his past birth, it was his dire desire to go to a place near water. He had a great love for water and a passion for ocean travel. As a result of his strong past desire, Native travelled across the world via ships and air mediums via his merchant navy profession (water travel is seen from the signs cancer and moon, and air travel is seen from the airy signs Rahu).

The Moon’s placement in the 7th house of the Aries sign and the 7th Lord Mars’ placement in the 10th house of the water sign, both of which clearly demonstrate a great passion for water and the oceans, have confirmed this. Both Moon and Mars are in 4/10 relationships and will also be in exchange yoga with each other, with the 7th and 10th exchange falling in the 11th house from the 9th house (past birth desire), indicating gain via travelling in the ocean in this birth as a result of the past desire.
Native further told me that he had 11 queens in his past life, and again, it was true, as further confirmed while discussing with Native. Wherever a native went to any country, he was having relationships with women, and all the women have always shown so much love towards him, which actually appeared like a relationship with the spouse. The fact that Mercury and Venus are in the first house and are aspecting the seventh house—a strong desire from a previous birth—and that the seventh lord is associated with the tenth lord, who also exhibits Jara Yoga and has multiple relationships in the present life, confirms this.

Conclusion: 

Therefore, it is rather clear to claim that the processes of previous lives and incarnations have had a larger role in this current birth and suffering. This conclusion can be drawn from the case study that was just presented. I am expecting that now people can comprehend how to use past-life astrological principles with current birth sufferings, which I have mentioned above via native horoscopes and the past-life regression process of natives. I have explained this information via native horoscopes and the past-life regression process of natives. In the future, I plan to do additional case studies on former life astrology principles in order to provide users with a deeper comprehension of their own past lives.

I really hope that you have enjoyed both the aspects of previous life astrology that have been revealed by past life regression as well as the astrological methods that have been used to comprehend how one’s past and present lives are intertwined with one another.

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Decoding Astrological Mystery of Past Life Astrology and Past Life Regression : Past, Present, and Beyond – Part 1

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Decoding Astrological Mystery of Past Life Astrology and Past Life Regression : Past, Present, and Beyond – Part 1

Revised Edition | Originally Written in April 2017 |

Based on true Life Events & Story | Republished – September 2023  

Introduction

This article, which I published in 2017 in the thick winter of Jammu and Kashmir, analyses the profound mysteries of past life astrology and the connection between past life regression and true life events of the native, whom I met through the close connection of a friend. The article is based on real-life facts and the events that I gathered through the investigation of the life events of natives in a mystical journey of native past and present life connections from the years 2009 to 2017 onward. An interesting point is that, when I was doing deep research on native life, Saturn transited over my Natal Ketu in the sign of Sagittarius in the winter of 2017.

In spite of the fact that I have no intention of disclosing the identity of the native nor drawing attention to the native’s private life concerns, the purpose of this article is to investigate the profound secrets of past life astrology and the relationship between past life regression and how these practices might assist us in evolving beyond them.

This article’s purpose is to provide a comprehensive discussion on the ways in which past life astrology and past life regression can assist you in comprehending the profound challenges you face in this life that remain unsolved but for which there are solutions that can be found by reading this article. It is my sincere wish that you will find this post fascinating to read by using the techniques of Vedic astrology and previous life regression.

Purpose of this Article : The purpose of this article is to facilitate self-learning, foster comprehension, and facilitate personal growth in the realms of self-awareness and self-realization. Its aim is to assist individuals in comprehending and advancing their spiritual journey towards unity, spirituality, and in the pursuit of truth, which can be partially understood through the analysis of one’s birth chart. However, it is important to note that a comprehensive understanding can only be provided by a yogi or Siddha purush  ( A spiritual master) . In times of adversity, the acquisition of knowledge can serve as a guiding force, illuminating the way towards truth and enlightenment.

Now, let us commence the process of unravelling the intricate enigma of indigenous life experiences, systematically exploring each narrative through an engaging storytelling approach, articulated in my own unique manner with the help of Bhagavad Gita Quotes, Vedic Astrology principals, and little understanding on the  karma, Past life astrology and the past life regression principals.

I have high hopes that you will adore this.

Exploring the Depths of Past-Life Astrology and Past Life Regression

 

Have you ever wondered about the mysteries of your past lives? Do you believe that your current life is influenced by the events and experiences of your previous incarnations? If so, past-life astrology and regression might hold the key to unlocking the secrets of your soul’s journey.

Past-life astrology is a branch of astrology that focuses on exploring the connection between your birth chart and your previous lives. It believes that the positions of the planets and other celestial bodies at the time of your birth can provide clues about your past life experiences, lessons, and karmic patterns.

By analyzing your birth chart, an experienced past life astrologer can uncover information about your past lives, such as the time period, geographical location, and significant relationships. This knowledge can help you gain a deeper understanding of yourself and the patterns that may be influencing your current life.

Delving into Past Life Regression

Past-life regression is another powerful tool for exploring your past lives. It is a therapeutic technique that allows you to access memories and experiences from your previous incarnations. Through deep relaxation and guided visualization, a trained past-life regression therapist can help you tap into your subconscious mind and retrieve past-life memories.

During a past-life regression session, you may find yourself reliving specific scenes, emotions, or even physical sensations from a different time and place. These experiences can provide valuable insights into your past life relationships, unresolved traumas, and the lessons you are meant to learn in this lifetime.

The Benefits of Exploring Past Life

Exploring your past lives can have a profound impact on your personal growth and spiritual development. Here are some of the benefits:

  • Healing unresolved issues: Past life regression can help you uncover and heal unresolved traumas and wounds from your past lives. By addressing these issues at their root, you can release emotional baggage and experience deep healing.
  • Understanding current life patterns: By gaining insight into your past life experiences, you can identify patterns and themes that may be influencing your current life. This awareness can empower you to make conscious choices and break free from repetitive cycles.
  • Strengthening relationships: Past life astrology can shed light on the dynamics and connections between you and the important people in your life. Understanding the karmic lessons and agreements you have with others can help you navigate your relationships with compassion and wisdom.

Embarking on a journey to explore past-life astrology and regression can be a transformative and enlightening experience. Whether you choose to consult with a past-life astrologer or undergo past-life regression therapy, remember that the true purpose of these practices is to deepen your understanding of yourself and facilitate your personal growth.

By delving into the depths of your past lives, you can gain valuable insights, heal unresolved issues, and make conscious choices that align with your soul’s purpose. Embrace the mysteries of your past lives, and let them guide you on your journey of self-discovery and spiritual evolution.

Let’s explore what our Divine scriptures says on past life mysteries and karmic issues?

Bhagavad Gita & Reincarnation, Past Life Astrology and Past life Regression

 

 

The Bhagavad-gita serves as a primary source for acquiring foundational knowledge regarding the concept of Reincarnation, Karma and the Past life clues.

In the second chapter, Bhagwan Krishna elucidates the process by which the soul transmigrates from one physical form to another in a logical, straightforward, and comprehensible manner. This fact does not rely on subjective belief but may be comprehended and accepted through logical reasoning. In order to comprehend the concept of reincarnation, it is essential to possess a clear grasp of the distinction between the physical body and the metaphysical essence sometimes referred to as the soul.

Below are the quotes from the Bhagavad Gita that elucidate the true meaning of the soul and reincarnations:

“That which pervades the entire body you should know to be indestructible. No one is able to destroy that imperishable soul. ” (Bhagavad Gita 2.17)

“For the soul there is neither birth nor death at any time. He has not come into being, does not come into being, and will not come into being. He is unborn, eternal, ever-existing and primeval. He is not slain when the body is slain.” (Bhagavad Gita 2.20)

The soul can never be cut to pieces by any weapon, nor burned by fire, nor moistened by water, nor withered by the wind.(Bhagavad Gita 2.23)

While the essence of the soul surpasses the boundaries of quantifiable material interactions, its existence can be apprehended through the utilization of the subsequent illustration. According to the text, the living being within the body, similar to the sun’s illumination of the universe, illuminates the entire body through consciousness.

According to the Bhagavad Gita verse 13.34,

“O son of Bharata, as the sun alone illuminates all this universe, so does the living entity, one within the body, illuminate the entire body by consciousness.” (Bhagavad Gita 13.34)

Meaning : 

There exist multiple ideas pertaining to the concept of consciousness. In the Bhagavad-gita, an analogy is presented to illustrate the relationship between the sun and its radiance. Similar to how the sun, despite being located in a fixed position, radiates light throughout the entire cosmos, the soul, a minute spiritual being, while placed within the heart of the physical body, illuminates the entirety of the body through consciousness.

Consequently, consciousness serves as evidence for the existence of the soul, analogous to how sunlight or light serves as evidence for the presence of the sun. The presence of the soul within the corporeal form engenders a state of awareness that permeates the entirety of the body. Conversely, upon the departure of the soul from the physical vessel, consciousness ceases to exist. This concept can be comprehended readily by individuals possessing a high level of cognitive ability.

Hence, it can be argued that awareness does not arise as a result of the amalgamation of material components. It represents a characteristic displayed by an organism. The consciousness of an individual, while sharing qualitative similarities with the ultimate consciousness, does not possess the same level of supremacy. This is due to the fact that the consciousness of a specific body is not interconnected with the consciousness of another body.

However, the supersoul, which is present within all bodies as a companion to the individual soul, possesses awareness of all bodies. The distinction lies in the contrast between ultimate consciousness and individual consciousness. (Purport, Srila Prabhupada) 

Reincarnation is a phenomenon characterized by the continuous transmigration of the soul into different corporeal forms. However, within Western cultural contexts, the term reincarnation predominantly denotes the ultimate transition of the soul into a novel physical vessel.

(As explained above in the Bhagavata Gita chapter 2nd, about deeper secrets of reincarnations and past life connections with our current well-being.) 

To understand in a better way, lets understand furthermore on its deep meaning from the bhagavata Gita chapter 8th, 6th verse on incarnations :

In the Eighth Chapter Sixth Verse Lord Krishna says:

yaṁ yaṁ vāpi smaran bhāvaṁ
tyajaty ante kalevaram
taṁ tam evaiti kaunteya
sadā tad-bhāva-bhāvitaḥ
TRANSLATION :
“Whatever state of being one remembers when he quits his body, that state he will attain without fail “
Explanation  given by Prabhupada : 
“This quote explains the mechanism through which a person’s nature can shift at the crucial moment right before they die. How is it that one can pass away with their mind in the right place? Because Maharja Bharata was thinking about a deer at the time of his death, he was reincarnated as a deer when he passed away. However, even as a deer, Maharja Bharata was able to remember the things he had done in the past. Naturally, the effect that one’s thoughts and deeds have had on one another over the course of their life will have an influence on their thinking at the time of their death; hence, one’s acts in this life will decide their future state of being. If one becomes transcendentally engaged in Ka’s service, then his next body will not be physical but rather transcendental (spiritual). Therefore, reciting the mantra Hare Ka is the most effective method for bringing about a change in one’s state of being that will result in transcendental life.
( As explained by Srila Prabhupada  in  https://prabhupadabooks.com/bg/8/6 ) 

 

Hence we can conclude that, From the profound words shared above, we gain insight into the clear interconnection between our past experiences and our present existence, manifested as karmic imprints. This understanding serves as the foundation for comprehending the profound wisdom encapsulated in the quote about the soul and the body, as elucidated in Chapter 2 of the esteemed Bhagawad Gita.

Lord Sri Krishna said in ‘The Bhagavad Gita’,

" vasamsi jirnani yatha vihaya navani grhnati naro 
'paranitatha sarirani vihaya jirnany anyani samyati navani dehi "

Meaning :

As a man throws away worn-out clothes and replaces them with new ones, so the dweller in the body throws away worn-out bodies and enters into others that are new.” Additionally, he has been quoted as saying, “The sins we committed in our previous lives come back to haunt us in the form of illnesses or ailments.”

Explanation Given By Yogananda in the above Verse :

Lord Shiri Krishna preaching to Arjuna in Chapter 2 | Samkhya Yoga | Verse 22

Whenever there is a need to do so, we remove our worn and/or soiled clothing and replace it with fresh and/or unworn clothing as we go about our everyday lives. In a same manner, the soul, also known as the atman, will eventually shed its old, worn-out physical body and move into a more recent physical body at predetermined intervals during the course of time. The state of our physical body, which degrades with the passage of time and is therefore ephemeral, does not accurately represent the actually unchanging and permanent nature of the soul that sits within it. This is true in the same way that the clothing that we wear do not accurately represent the real state of our physical body.
The eternal does not travel from one location to another, but the soul that is embodied does so, going from one body to another. Each time, it gives birth to itself and builds a mind, a life, and a body for itself out of the components of nature, in accordance with its previous evolution and the requirements it will have in the years to come. The vijnana is the psychic being, and it is responsible for sustaining the threefold manifestation of body, life, and mind. When the gross physical body is no longer present, the vital and mental sheaths will still be present to serve as the vehicle for the soul. The cycle of life always begins again. There is a literal link that can be drawn between all of the many types of life. “A mortal matures like corn, and like corn, he is reborn over and over again.

(Katha Upanisad, Ch 1, verse 6).

This passage makes reference to the concept of rebirth, which is central to the Hindu religious tradition. In this passage, death is analogized to the process of replacing an old, worn-out clothing with a brand-new one. When a disease takes hold of the body and it reaches old age, the immortal soul abandons the body in favour of a new form. Simply put, death is nothing more than an alteration of one’s appearance inside the unbroken flow of eternity.

(The Bhagavad Gita Vol I, Parmahansa Yoganada, p. 218)

Another Verse also explains about Soul strength, Death, and Reincarnation,

Lord Shiri Krishna preaching to Arjuna in Chapter 2 | Samkhya Yoga | Verse 23

नैनं छिन्दन्ति शस्त्राणि नैनं दहति पावकः।
न चैनं क्लेदयन्त्यापो न शोषयति मारुतः।।
Shaloka 23, chapter 2 Explanation:

The so-called atman ( Soul ) is immune to harm from weapons, and due to the fact that it lacks both form and shape, it is not possible for any tool to sever it into smaller parts. In the same way, fire is unable to cause it to burn or be destroyed. Because it can only operate on things that have a physical description or dimension, water is unable to wet it. Water can only act on things that have a physical description or dimension. Wind is unable to either dry it out or apply any kind of force on it for the same reason. Therefore, the atman is immune to the effects of the three fundamental forces—fire, water, and wind—any of which are able to have an impact on entities that have a physical form and can be described.

अच्छेद्योऽयमदाह्योऽयमक्लेद्योऽशोष्य ऐव च।
नित्यः सर्वगतः स्थाणुरचलोऽयं सनातनः।।
Shaloka 24, chapter 2 Explanation:

The atman, dear seeker, is impervious to the forces of cutting, burning, decay, and drying out. The five forces of nature, known for their immense power to dismantle physical elements through their synergistic actions, hold no sway over the aatman. It is often called nitya, for it embodies the essence of permanence and unchangeability. The state of permanence bestows upon it the profound abilities of omnipresence, omniscience, and unwavering stability. Behold the profound essence of stability that permeates this very existence, for it is this unwavering quality that bestows upon it the divine attribute of immovability. The eternal self, known as the aatman, is aptly hailed as Sanatana, a term synonymous with the ancient and timeless path of Hinduism, also known as Sanatana dharma. Ah, dear seeker of wisdom, allow me to enlighten you on the profound meaning of Sanatana. It is a sacred term that embodies the essence of existence itself, for it signifies that which transcends the boundaries of creation and destruction, existing eternally in the realm of time immemorial.

अव्यक्तोऽयमचिन्त्योऽयमविकार्योऽयमुच्यते।
तस्मादेवं विदित्वैनं नानुशोचितुमहर्सि।।

Shaloka 25, chapter 2 Explanation:
The essence of the atman eludes mere comprehension and transcendence through the limited faculties of the cerebral realm. Therefore, it is recognised as ‘avyakta’ or indescribable – that which transcends the limitations of language and cannot be captured in mere words. The essence of ‘achintya’ lies beyond the realm of mere meditation or contemplation (‘chintan’). In the realm of ‘chintan’, true understanding is reserved solely for those entities that are within the grasp of our five senses.
जातस्य हि ध्रुवो मृत्युर्ध्रुवं जन्म मृतस्य च।
तस्मादपरिहार्येऽर्थे न त्वं शोचितुमहर्सि।।

Shaloka 27, chapter 2 Explanation:
For one who has taken birth, death is certain and for one who has died, birth is certain. Therefore in an inevitable situation, understanding should prevail.

Conclusion :

The reiteration of life’s cycles is made abundantly plain in this final lyric. Both birth and death are inevitable parts of the human experience. In the autumn, the leaves become vibrant shades of red, yellow, and orange before falling to the ground and going dormant until the following year.

This cycle repeats itself every year, beginning with the growth of new buds in the spring, which then develop into flowers and leaves in the summer. Finally, in the autumn, the leaves turn fiery colours such as red, yellow, and orange before falling to the ground. In a similar manner, the soul joins new bodies during its stages of childhood, adolescence, maturity, and old age.

At the conclusion of its cycle of life, the soul is reborn and accepts a new body to use for the next phase of its existence. This is an unavoidable process that occurs throughout material existence; it is also the mechanism that determines the natural order of birth and death. This reality is perfectly followed by every entity that has ever been in the material manifestation.

This makes it abundantly evident what is carried over from life to life by the soul: Karama and the memory of how it was connected in each and every birth, regardless of whether the soul lives through another cycle on the material plane or not. This is another evidence that the soul is immortal and that it is always connected to the actions that it performs. It is possible to solve its riddle with the assistance of reincarnation and the process of rebirth, and it is the primary driving force behind the previous birth.

After gaining an understanding of the spiritual realm of past life karma, the soul journey, and reincarnation, I am now going to explain the events of the past life of a native in a narrative story and cast study form to imagine and fantasize the beauty of both Astrology and this case study . These events will be known from acquaintances who have gone through the trauma of prior lives’ worth of karmic issues, and this study will focus on that particular individual.

This native went through the process of past life regression (PLR) in order to get over the traumatic experience and recognize a profound connection with a previous life in order to find a solution to these birth-life troubles. PLR helps natives find answers to problems that have been plaguing them since birth.

 

Author View on Past Life Astrology, Spirituality and Karma

 

Shiva – The transcendental spiritual image of the in meditation. Lord Shiva sitting in the lotus position

Although there is no other way to understand the past birth Karama process or what the soul went through in the previous birth or what it will bring to the new birth, God’s way and process of management and operations are way beyond our imagination to comprehend how the life and soul cycle is moving around the birth and death cycle.

This is despite the fact that there is no other way to understand the past birth Karama process. Because we are physiologically extremely small electrically charged energies existing in physical bodies with restrictions up to the material universe, it is not an easy task to explain the life cycle in a straightforward and simple manner.

We won’t be able to comprehend how the deeper roots of the soul’s karmic accounts are related to the cycle of life and death until we are able to cultivate our Kundalini Shakti through intense spiritual penance. Until then, we won’t be able to do anything about it.

We are neither yogic people nor are we born as godly souls with extraordinary sensory abilities that allow us to experience futuristic visions or dreams and be able to understand for what purpose we took birth; however, there are certain methods through which we can understand how our past births are connected with our past karmas. Past life regression therapy is one of the common methods, and having extraordinary astrological knowledge about studying past birth astrological cases via various astrological charts is another. However, in order to be successful, astrologers need to have a lot of experience collecting and analysing various life experiences with natal charts.

In this post, I have done the best I can to explain the processes of past births and incarnations as well as how a soul is associated with both prior and current karmas using the information and understanding that I have of certain astrological principles outlined in the Jamini and Nadi Sutras. I hope that you find this essay helpful. Even yet, there are a great number of gaps and inexplicable occurrences, making it impossible for me to explain everything in clear English. However, a yogi or a saint can better explain and comprehend everything on a deeper level thanks to their respective spiritual and yogic shaktis. It is possible to communicate spirituality more effectively by using straightforward language and by taking a deeper and more nuanced approach to elucidating the Karama and rebirth processes.

When a soul undergoes rebirth into a new body, it forgets everything; the only things that remain attached to the soul are its qualities, which include its previous memories, activities, talents, skills, learning, and sufferings, as well as the events that occurred while the body was in existence. The most significant aspect of this reality is the fact that the soul never forgets the very last instant before it departs from its physical body. The soul also retains a memory of how it feels right before it leaves its physical body and begins its trip to the hereafter.

Lets try to decode How past life regression is related to the past life astrology in the coming sections  ?

What is Past Life Regression or ” Prati Prasav Sadhana ” in Vedic Scriptures ? How it will help Past Life Astrology studies ?

Vedic_siddhanta_Past_life_regression

Abstract concept of time passing by and how we living the  life of past.

Patanjali Maharshi, an ancient Indian guru/seer, is credited with having conducted considerable research on the concept of regressing to previous lives.

Patanjali Maharishi, the author of the Yoga Sutras, referred to this process of regressing to a previous existence as “Prati-Prasav.”, The process of reabsorbing the cause is what this refers to. This entails tracing the effect all the way back to its origin, often known as the involution process.

Prasav is the name given to the day that a kid is born. When you perform Prati-Prasav, you go back to the moment of your birth and relive the traumatic events that occurred at that time. This is what it means to be “born again in memory.”

According to Avdhoot Baba Shivanand ji on Prati Prasav Sadhna, 

“Prati” means “again,” and Prasav” means “birth,” meaning “re-birth,” which refers to a very ancient practise that focuses on accessing the deep, hidden bad memories of the past and prior lifetimes. These memories remain concealed deep inside the subconscious mind, even though they have been ‘forgotten’ by the conscious mind. They are the core reasons of our bad emotions, habits, and behaviours that produce more karmic, and as a result, we slip into the infinite loop of cause and effect.

All of these deeply ingrained feelings and psychic impressions are brought to the surface in the Prati Prasav Sadhana practise so that they can be released and healed. What we accomplished in the past is nothing more than a reflection of itself in the here and now.

The unfinished business from our previous lifetimes is supposed to be wrapped up in this one, so that we can move on to better things. The conditions and the troubles that one is currently experiencing are the result of the stored luggage of psychic impressions that one has collected in various lives through each and every action, speech, and thought. This baggage was accumulated over the course of many lifetimes. Not only do the psychic impressions come from previous lifetimes, but they are also received and assimilated during the stages of being a child and a foetus in the womb of the mother.

The presence of challenges in one’s life is often an indicator of unsolved problems; conversely, the more the number of challenges and problems encountered in one’s life, the greater the number of unresolved problems that must be addressed in order to prevent oneself from being reborn into the same kind of situation over and over again.

Samskaras, also known as sanchit karmas or psychic impressions, are the name given to unresolved issues, and the only way to access them is through meditation. If there is something, some trouble, or some problem that is associated with the past, then we return to the primary source from whence it originated. Because we can keep attempting to find a solution to the problem, but unless we get to its foundation, we won’t be able to find one. It is impossible to find a solution to a problem unless one first traces it back to its root cause.

For instance, if there is an unpleasant plant and we continue to cut the branches and the leaves in an effort to get rid of the weed, we will find that more and more branches and leaves are growing in their place to replace the ones that we have removed. We need to get down into the roots of the weed and pull them out completely if we want to get rid of the weed for good.
The only way to fully comprehend this concept is to transport yourself back in time to those final seconds, to the precise moment when a soul departs from its physical body. From there, you must go even further back in time to determine how many lives a soul has lived.

All of those memories never become stale and never lose their connection to the soul and the conscious mind, but they do lose that connection with the body and the conscious mind.

We ought to put all of this to the test using case studies taken from real-life situations so that it may be consolidated into real truths. When it comes to this method, we should begin by cross-verifying it with people who have gone through the process of past life regression, and then we should verify its causes and consequences in the horoscope by analysing all four types of karmas.

When we go through such a procedure, we are better able to comprehend and compare it to the actual torment and suffering that anyone experiences in this birth as a direct result of their sins and wrongdoings in previous lives. In this section, I will show how we might have a better understanding of the process of past birth incarnation by evaluating a real-life case of past happenings uncovered by both ways. This case will be taken from the past. The most essential component is having a solid understanding of former lives as well as the nature of the regression process itself.

According to contemporary belief, what exactly is regression to a previous life?

Prati-Prasav is a process, and it has previously been explained that this process involves the soul going back and forth between the conscious mind and the sub-conscious mind in order to get to its root point. However, the process itself involves many other processes. Hypnosis is employed during the process of past-life regression therapy, which aims to elicit memories of a person’s previous incarnations or lives.

In most cases, people engage in the practise of past-life regression either in the hope of having a spiritual awakening or within the context of psychological treatment. The Upanishads, which are part of the canon of ancient Indian literature, include reference to past-life regression; however, Patajali’s Yoga Sutras provide a more in-depth examination of the topic. Patajali, a Hindu scholar, penned a text in the second century B.C. that described the concept of the soul becoming burdened with an accumulation of impressions as a component of the karma from previous lives.

Maharishi Patajali referred to the act of regressing to a prior life as prati-prasav, which literally translates to “reverse birthing.” He saw it as a way to solve present-day issues by recalling experiences from previous lifetimes. There are still schools of yoga that use prati-prasav as a method of practise.

It is important to do past life regression because it is the only way to cleanse or heal painful events from previous lifetimes, which, if not addressed, might prevent us from fully actualizing ourselves in this life and/or cause us distress. Activating creativity or a useful ability that has been actively displayed in a previous life but has stayed dormant or unrecognised in this incarnation is another benefit of past life regression therapy.

 

Some of the following are included in the list of benefits of past life regression and Past Life Astrology :

1) The healing of overt deeds (the past-life self acting more as the offender than the victim in these incidents).
2) Engaging one’s creative side
3) Acquire an understanding of the factors that contribute to unreasonable concerns and the ability to overcome these anxieties.
4) Having a happy and successful life gives you a sense of calm and inspires you to persevere when confronted with momentary challenges.
5) Getting in touch with the wisdom of your higher self
6) The recovery from and purging of traumatic experiences
7) Having an understanding of the relationships between things and the patterns of action that are repeated
8) It enlightens you about who you are and the reason you were put on this earth in the first place.
9) Freeing oneself from oaths and curses imposed during a previous incarnation
10) It assists you in reconstructing your understanding of your current life in light of the events that occurred in earlier incarnations of yourself.
11) Realising that death is not a threat and that you would not be permanently separated from loved ones but would instead only go to a new location is helpful in reducing anxiety.
12) It can help you overcome addictions such as drinking too much alcohol or smoking cigarettes.Enhances the perception of the spiritual aspect of our existence and its implications. Contracts from previous lives being rewritten

 

All of these deeply ingrained feelings and psychic impressions are brought to the surface in the Prati Prasav Sadhana practise so that they can be released and healed. What we accomplished in the past is nothing more than a reflection of itself in the here and now.

The unfinished business from our previous lifetimes is supposed to be wrapped up in this one, so that we can move on to better things. The conditions and the troubles that one is currently experiencing are the result of the stored luggage of psychic impressions that one has collected in various lives through each and every action, speech, and thought.

This baggage was accumulated over the course of many lifetimes. Not only do the psychic impressions come from previous lifetimes, but they are also received and assimilated during the stages of being a child and a foetus in the womb of the mother. The presence of challenges in one’s life is often an indicator of unsolved problems; conversely, the more the number of challenges and problems encountered in one’s life, the greater the number of unresolved problems that must be addressed in order to prevent oneself from being reborn into the same kind of situation over and over again.

Samskaras, also known as sanchit karmas or psychic impressions, are the name given to unresolved issues, and the only way to access them is through meditation. If there is something, some trouble, or some problem that is associated with the past, then we return to the primary source from whence it originated. Because we can keep attempting to find a solution to the problem, but unless we get to its foundation, we won’t be able to find one. It is impossible to find a solution to a problem unless one first traces it back to its root cause.

 

For instance, if there is an unpleasant plant and we continue to cut the branches and the leaves in an effort to get rid of the weed, we will find that more and more branches and leaves are growing in their place to replace the ones that we have removed. We need to get down into the roots of the weed and pull them out completely if we want to get rid of the weed for good.

The only way to fully comprehend this concept is to transport yourself back in time to those final seconds, to the precise moment when a soul departs from its physical body. From there, you must go even further back in time to determine how many lives a soul has lived. All of those memories never become stale and never lose their connection to the soul and the conscious mind, but they do lose that connection with the body and the conscious mind.
We ought to put all of this to the test using case studies taken from real-life situations so that it may be consolidated into real truths.

When it comes to this method, we should begin by cross-verifying it with people who have gone through the process of past life regression, and then we should verify its causes and consequences in the horoscope by analysing all four types of karmas.

When we go through such a procedure, we are better able to comprehend and compare it to the actual torment and suffering that anyone experiences in this birth as a direct result of their sins and wrongdoings in previous lives. In this section, I will show how we might have a better understanding of the process of past birth incarnation by evaluating a real-life case of past happenings uncovered by both ways. This case will be taken from the past. The most essential component is having a solid understanding of former lives as well as the nature of the regression process itself.

What is reincarnation  ?

According to the concept of reincarnation, we must through a series of incarnations in order to reach our full potential as spiritual beings and hence must endure multiple lifetimes. The soul is immortal and does not perish; we just temporarily house it in our bodies.

The soul has existed across a great number of lifetimes. When we are born, our soul brings with it all of the experience, knowledge, and karma that it has accumulated throughout the course of previous lives. The vast lineage of our ancestors’ experiences in prior lives is the source of the attributes that we manifest in this one.

The memories of earlier incarnations are preserved at the level of the soul, and it is not possible to retrieve them at the conscious level. Participating in a past-life regression session is the most straightforward approach to learning about and having an experience of a previous incarnation.

Understanding Native Past Life Astrology Events and Past life regression process Astrologically 

Case Study: Beginning of Situation and Problems: Deep Rooted Past Karmic Results of Native as Explained Astrologically:

Presented here is an authentic case study involving an individual personally acquainted with the author, whose personal name will remain undisclosed. The individual in question underwent past-life regression therapy in response to the occurrence of unforeseen painful circumstances subsequent to their marriage during the years 2008-2009.

The present inquiry pertains to the causal factors underlying the sequence of events subsequent to the act of matrimony.

 

Before Moving forward we need to understand few astrological pointers to decipher past life  astrology clues :

 

  1. Any planetary placement in the natal chart sheds light on the prarabdha and pending karma that are associated with the corresponding house. It’s only a sketch of your history, showing how Prarabdha and Rina were tied to that living creature and the house. God has a plan for you when you are born into this world, and one of those plans is for you to either realise the prarabha, liberate yourself, or achieve moksha. However, only a yogi has the ability to free themselves from the bonds of their karma. What about the average member of the human race?
  2. The second reason for this is that you are obligated to provide or do seva with regard to the bhava in question and any living creature that is considered to be a member of mankind. In layman’s terms, the second type of karma is known as your punya karma, which refers to your good deeds in the here and now. The consequence of that punya, which you will receive in your subsequent birth, is that only God knows what he has in store for you. Simply said, it is to carry out the obligation or duty that has been entrusted to you for the sake of a greater cause or to take part in the activities associated with that divine cause.
  3. To understand astrology, readers should focus on the basic fundamentals in Jyotish, i.e., 9th is the bhagya, fortune, and root connection with any house; 4th shows it happiness, Mood & content nature  – good or bad it all depends how well any house is placed 4th from any bhava, it is the storage house of any  bhava that impacts your mind, happiness and mood ; 5th shows its purva punya; 7th shows its complement or completeness or an added part to it that helps to grow; 8th from any bhava shows its length or longevity; debts or missing dots; and 10th from any bhava shows karmic actions to any bhava.
  4. The 6th, 8th, and 12th lords ( Moksha Trikona) in natal charts reveal what you have inherited from the past, as well as what you have done and what you have left behind as in karmic state. The sixth house and its lord are concerned with the deeds, both good and evil, that resulted from your actions in the past. In your current birth, the sixth house reveals the service that you are obligated to perform for any given cause, its your house of action to the past life that is seen from 9th house that shows many karmic journeys of past life native has gone through.
  5. Same way Sagittarius sign, Retrograde Jupiter &  9th house shows root issues of past life that bind soul from many life journeys.
  6. The 9th house, also known as the “Blessings of the Past and New Life Mission of the Present” house, represents what you already have done. Happy fruits from the past, which are the Dharama you have done in the past and received from the Dharama master ( Teacher and your Father ) , are the same Dharma that you have to spread again. It’s your sanchit karma, so deal with it. You must also give to others in order to maintain the temple in which you currently worship. It’s the blessings you received in the past that you now have a responsibility to bestow upon others in the same way. You have an obligation to keep the promise that the Guru made to you in the distant past.
  7. The 12th House, often known as the Root House of the Past Karmas, Storage of the karma, Subconscious part of the  life that is hidden in nature, ones private life that is connected with sleep and subconscious mind which is fourth from the ninth is the twelfth, which is the Rina of the Past or any debt that you have to exhaust in this life by giving it to the person with whom you are associated in current life : Indicative of You are required to give back what you taken from someone in the past to the same person from whom you was associated. It’s like going back in time to the house of debts. It’s the one that causes the most trouble. It is the domain of settling old obligations from the past. Reason being our mind is the storage house of all the seen and unseen karmic actions  that’s why moon bring back all the karmic actions of past and is deeply connected with out present life.
  8. 10th place from 9th is 6th, hence this is the 6th house. (Deeds Committed in the Past): This is what you did in the past, and in the same way, you have to examine the causes and ramifications of those actions in this incarnation of yourself. You will now witness the results of your actions. It comes down to Karma from the Past vs Karma from the Current Birth. It is your prardbha; it cannot be undone; it must pay back with the same degree of ferocity and anguish as it originally caused.
  9. 8th House: The Root Cause of Rebirth is located in the 8th House (12th from 9th). This indicates that whatever you have left to do, you need to complete it right away. Unfinished Business that needs to be paid back. The same manner you bring about the downfall of others and the suffering that comes along with it, you will also have to experience the downfall of your own. It’s Tat for Tat at this point. The same way that you transform other people is the same way that you see your own transformations occurring via the experiences and challenges that you go through in life.
  10. 5th House: 9th from 9th is 5th (Learning of Pasts- Poorva Punya Karma ): This represents what you have learnt in the past that you are responsible for passing on to other people and teaching them. It’s your Sanchita, it’s your Dharma, and it’s the results of what you’ve done in the past in the form of good deeds in many past journies of life.
  11.  Retrograde planets in the chart shows what that burning desire, wish, or unfinished karma is that the native wants to complete in this life; house placements show the area of that desire or karma.
  12.  Retrograde Jupiter shows past life native experiences, all sorts of environments, and everything about the past when you regress it back, whereas direct motion shows about these life native actions.
  13. . Saturn is all about your total karma and shows relationships with actions of past, present & future life.
  14.  Ketu is all about what you have already learnt, exhausted, and experienced in a past incarnation, while Rahu is all about what natives want to experience, which is burning in current life because of unfinished business and karmic leftovers. Both Rahu and Ketu show burning desires from a previous existence. Because of this, everything that we try to learn and experience in this revolves around on the karmic punishment that a native has to go through when nodes afflict any bhava or planet in natal chat. This is the reason why this is the case of current life leftovers and burning desires that one need to counter in any case.

I hope that these astrological hints will be sufficient for you to investigate past life travels in the subsequent section so that you can learn at your own pace and use what you’ve learned. Take a left turn, proceed further, and attempt to decipher the native life experiences and challenges.

Beginning of Native Life experiences : Exploring Past life

In the early stages of his life and trajectory, an individual embarked upon a career in the Merchant Navy. The individual embarked on a journey that spanned numerous nations, allowing for the exploration of various locales, encounters with diverse individuals, and exposure to a multitude of cultures and traditions.
Additionally, they had the opportunity to sojourn in numerous hotels and opulent establishments, indulging in various luxuries and living a life of regal splendour, thereby deriving immense satisfaction from their experiences.
However, one must inquire as to why he had significant hardships in the latter stages of his life, particularly following his marriage, while possessing the aforementioned attribute. The intensity of anguish and the strain on the individual’s psyche has been so overwhelming that they have thus far been incapable of effectively managing or enduring it.
Let us commence the process of deciphering the information gradually, based on the events and occurrences that were conveyed to me in a native manner.

Early Native Early Life experiences  (the years 2002 to 2008)

Native was a student who performed about average in his classes, but he had an excellent and sharp memory that enabled him to solve difficult puzzles and technical scenarios in any live sailing with his presence of mind. During the course of his professional journeys as a Marchant Navy Sailor, that native explained to me that he has to experience many difficult life-threatening challenges during difficult and critical situations when it was a matter of life and death in front of native decision-making.

Life started taking a sudden bend after the start of Mars Mahadasha in 2002, native left his studies in the middle of their completion and joined the Merchant Navy, where he started his journey through the oceans and visited many countries for his professional pursuits.

Everything was going well after 2002 onward (after the beginning of his mars dasha), long journeys travelling and comfortable life ( that one can see via the exchange of  7th and 10th lord , moon & Mars  and both are in moveable signs )  but suddenly there was a major shift or change in his destiny and there was a triggered change in his life.

It was the time of Prarbadha—karma of the past life—came into the picture in native life when the native marriage ceremony got fixed on September 10, 2008. Soon after the month, problems started cropping up in their marriage life; day-to-day issues started triggering, and there were tones of heated arguments that started getting ignited like a fiery flame in their marriage life, which even led to physical violence and abuse between the couples.

Before the marriage instance happened to take place, I was planning to leave my hometown for New Delhi to join my new office in the first month of October 2008. Before leaving, I had clearly warned the native about his upcoming marriage life events, saying that he needs to be cautious in his marriage as it can be very fatal for him and it can take the shape of a war zone like Mahabharata between two families after October 2008 to December 2008, and maybe the situation can become worse soon after, which can lead to legal separation and harassment from police or government authorities.

My calculations and observations lead me to believe that both partners may have already parted ways prior to the start of 2009, and that they have not gotten back together to form a family unit since that time. After walking away from the relationship in the middle of its course, the native may be able to resume his life as a sailor sometime after February 2009; however, the likelihood of this happening is so remote that the native may never return to his home country to pursue the resumption of his marriage.

At that time, Native expressed his appreciation for all of my guidance and suggestions, and he gave me his word that he would adhere to all of my recommendations with complete commitment. I advised him that he should make every effort to steer clear of situations that have the potential to make his married life a shambles in the future.

 

The Destiny Point of Past Life : The Point when Prarbadha Karama Triggered

But fate is fate, and Prabhadha Karama fulfilled its function in the lives of the natives. A major argument that broke out between two different couples in the month of October in the year 2008 was the spark that started a dispute that grew like a ferocious snake and ultimately resulted in both physical and verbal abuse between the different couples.

It was like a daily routine for both of them, and there was no hope seen between them, which might have been when it could stop. The entire family went through trauma as a result of the ongoing physical violence and abuse that was taking place between the couples. The verbal and physical altercations could not be avoided or stopped in any way. There was never a moment in time when harmony prevailed among the members of the family.

 

After Marriage: The Experience of Prarabhda Karma, or “The Reaping of the Fruits”

 

The family lives of both couples were severely disrupted up until December 2008, but on the first day of February 2009, the situation between them reached a new level of insanity and took on a more serious form. It was very difficult for the native to avoid experiencing such mental anguish while still married, so he made the difficult decision to leave his spouse and move on to join the ship in order to put an end to all of the suffering he had been going through in the middle of his life.

Date of Occurrence: Karma Was Activated

The prophecy was fulfilled: Because of all the frustrations and suffering that were triggered in Native’s marriage life shortly after the ceremony, he made the decision to leave his spouse and join Ship in the middle of his journey in February 2009 so that he could continue on with his journey. However, time has determined another aspect of native life, and that is the ultimate fate of both of the couples who are still to come. After deserting the spouse in the middle of the act, it was now time to endure suffering for the indigenous family as well.

As a means of exacting revenge on the native family and his conduct towards her husband, the native spouse came to the conclusion that she would, with the assistance of his brother, bring a legal action against the entire family, accusing them of dowry abuse and physical violence. Within a few days, the police took action against the native family, and they began harassing the family members one at a time as if they had a personal grudge against them. This harassment extended to my closest friend, who was the younger brother of the native and had no part in the relationship mess.

What do we call it when we have a more in-depth understanding of it?

What was the error that he made?

Even though he had nothing to do with creating the mess, he was still made to endure all of this suffering and dishonor.

Is this not the result of his previous karmas or the deeds he committed in a previous life?

Think about it in great detail.

The process of torturing a native family by members of the police department continued to escalate on a daily basis, leaving the entire family in a state of great trauma and shock. In the meantime, a court case was opened against members of the family, and the issues flared up like a blazing spark.

There was no way to comprehend the predicament or identify the nature of the events that were taking place to them. The members of the family were all in a state of shock, and there was no information or course of action that they could take for themselves at this point.

My friend would frequently come to me with questions such as, “Why did everything start going wrong all of a sudden, and they had no choices left for them?

“What would be the deepest reason to think further about it, why, and how everything was happening with them without their fault?”, and

“What would be the deepest reason to think further about it, why, and how everything was happening with them without their fault?”

While the members of the family were going through the tormenting phase as a result of the spouse’s personal matter of revenge and unethical behaviour towards them, the police department further began doing their extra-threatening work in order to create a situation or environment of fear among the whole family.

This was accomplished with the assistance of an extra push given by the spouse’s elder brother, who was also an on-duty senior police officer but was posted in some other location. Native professional life had reached a point where there was no way forward while family members were preoccupied with the court case and police actions. Because the visa was going to be revoked in a matter of weeks, the native was required to renew it at any cost in order to continue working in the country.

But what exactly is it about his life that is a secret ?

Absolutely no one can be aware of it !

The native felt as though everything in his life was caught in the middle, with no way to move forward, and he was in a condition in which he had no choice left to do anything with the assistance of members in authority; it more closely resembled a situation in which he had nothing in hand.

The New Phase of Life, Unfolding Past life Astrology : Beginning of Rahu Dasha in 2009

 

Finally, with the beginning of the first phase (Rahu PD) in Rahu Mahadasha approximately in December 2009, the native was forced to leave his ship because he was unsuccessful in renewing the visa and passport in time due to some financial and unknown reasons (Rahu in the Bhadhak Sthan in the 11th house conjoined with 5th Lord Saturn and 3rd Lord Jupiter).

He decided further that he should move back to India for some relief and take help from his brother for some Once more, the hand of fate was at work not long after the event described above. Because the native was absent from all of the court hearings for an entire year, the case took on a very dangerous tone during that time. This was due to the fact that the native was not present for any of the hearings during that time.

The court reached a decision and declared him a fugitive; as a result, he will be required to serve a sentence or make an appearance in court for further clarification and penalties whenever and wherever he will be seen or found in India.

The native was once again thrown into a state of shock as a result of the decision made by the court. In the deep dilemmas of his life, where one must think deeply and he is left with no clue in his hand, it was more like a state of zero, and every corner was seen as the dark side of life. In this situation, one has no other choice but to think about what to do next, where to go, and how to proceed in life in a better way.

Native made the decision to remain on the opposite side of India, and he began living with the sister of his cousin. He also frequently used to live with his friend. The native’s primary preoccupation was finding a way to secure both his professional and financial futures, as he was actively seeking out a variety of employment opportunities that he was qualified for.

During this time, Native made the decision to renew his passport and visa in India; however, once again, the dots of his destiny and Prarabdha played their roles, and he ended up losing his passport in a sense; no one is sure where he left it all. It was yet another setback and a startling realisation for him at that moment. Because of this, he was completely perplexed about what action to take next.

Native was trying very hard to approach some of his friends for assistance, for the purpose of obtaining any links or clues to get settled in India; however, his friends’ behaviour was a bit unusual and different towards him, and Native felt cheated from his inner core by those whom once looked very needy to get jobs in the Merchant Navy sector;

Native had always forwarded his hands in their hard times and given them as much as helping hands, like when you feel like an angel appears suddenly in a situation in which you are struggling; But in this scenario, things were a little bit different; friends were more likely to appear to be enemies, or it can be said that they were acting like devils in darkness, appearing as though they were wearing a devil advocate coat with a friendly face. They did not offer any assistance to him and flatly refused to do so, acting in accordance with the double standard that is typically upheld by society in times of crisis.

In the meantime, when I returned to my hometown after being away for a few months, my native brother approached me and continued to contact me in order to explain his entire mystery, which was the story of various traumas and shocks that had occurred to members of their family.

 

After hearing what he had to say, I made the decision to offer him some Vedic suggestions, and I advised the native to adhere to all of these suggestions with the utmost diligence in order to reach Lord Shiva.

 

After using the remedies for a number of months, his entire outlook and perception of living life like a king shifted into the path of severe spiritualism, and he experienced a significant personal transformation as a result.

 

Failures and self-desires brought about significant growth in him. native began practising intense worship of Lord Shiva, which resulted in a complete transformation of his subconscious mind and bestowed upon him a refocused perspective on his life, including his finances, his family, his wealth, and his relationships. That moment (the activation of the Atma Karka Graha) served as the turning point in his life for self-awareness.

The beginning of Accumulated Karamas – The Sanchit Karama ( Good deeds- The Fruits of Life)

Now, here is the picture of a native good Sanchit Karama who, for some reason, was able to make a new passport and got a new job in another country, but in the marketing and sales sector of that country. After many months and years of hard work, he was happy to receive this new surprise in his life. Despite the fact that he did not choose his work, he was happy to receive it.

Native was bringing in lakhs every month thanks to his work in the Merchant Navy. Here, Native started his career path again, but this time from the ground up, and began earning thousands of dollars so that he could begin his new life with a newfound sense of hope. In the meantime, the legal proceeding was also taking place in India, and the brother was managing it in some way with a good strategy. On numerous occasions, natives have inquired as to why everything is taking place to him and his family, including his personal and professional lives, and what caused it to take place.

My response has been the same from the beginning: there has been no change in it; it is all due to the Prarabdha Karama of the previous life that one must suffer either in this birth or possibly in the next birth. In any event, one is required to use up all of their karma. In addition to this, it is recommended that natives go through the process of past-life regression therapy with knowledgeable spiritual masters who are working in their profession with integrity. In accordance with the recommendation, Native participated in a session of past-life regression therapy in New Delhi with a knowledgeable master.

It was more like a ray of hope to resolve his case now that things were clearer to me after studying the process of the native’s past life regression therapy. Just as we see a bright light emerging out of the dark and dense clouds, this was like a ray of hope to resolve his case. The findings have a profound impact on me, and it is extremely challenging for me to accept them as true and make sense of them.

Later, when I tried to evaluate the same with a native horoscope, I was feeling quite amazed and surprised by the brilliance of the astrological principles, and the results gave me the assurance and authenticity of the sutras—how the Nadi Jyotish and Jamini Sutra concepts are so precious and accurate, and how well they are explaining the whole process of past birth karmas.

I was feeling quite amazed and surprised by the brilliance of the astrological principles. Once more, Shows, After analysing the entire situation of the chart, I discovered that our sages were never wrong in any of their theories or sutras for explaining its essence. This is something that I learned, and after doing so, I am now pretty sure about both the fact that it is true and how brilliantly Vedic astrology will be at that time.

Conclusion:

The entirety of the information necessary for you to understand native Karmic life issues, which I detailed in Part 1 together with occurrences from native life, has finally been presented. In the second half, we will investigate how we might determine the timing of these events, as well as the fundamentals of Jamini, Nadi, and Vedic astrological principles. In addition, we will explore more on past life regression and its connection with the past life astrology. Stay connected, never stop learning, and never stop sharing for the sake of people’s spiritual awareness and to grasp deeper links between unresolved mysteries and the karmic obstacles of life that can be tough to believe and find resolutions for. People are able to gain a deeper understanding of the profound mysteries of life by consulting the Bhagavad Gita, engaging in past life astrology, and engaging in past life regression. In the context of contemporary life, those are things that are difficult to believe and process, but once individuals study and understand them with an open mind, they are able to grasp the true meaning of what they are saying. I have high hopes that some of life’s most fundamental karmic secrets may become clearer to you as a result of reading this article.

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The Saturn, Mysterious Shani Sadesati and Karmic Remedies : Therapeutic Guide of Saturn – Part 2

The Saturn, Mysterious Shani Sadesati, and Karmic Remedies: A Therapeutic Guide to Saturn, Part 2

Compiled, Researched & Written by Rocky Jamwal | Vedic Siddhanta | Author

Introduction 

The phenomenon known as Shani Sade Sati holds considerable importance within the realm of Vedic astrology, garnering the interest of both astrologers and individuals throughout an extensive period of time. The prevailing belief suggests that it exerts a significant influence on the human existence, affecting diverse domains like professional pursuits, interpersonal connections, and physical well-being. This blog post aims to explore the complexities of Shani Sade Sati, its impacts, and the potential remedial actions that individuals might undertake to navigate through this phase. Shani Sade Sati refers to a significant astrological phenomenon in Hindu astrology that is associated with the planet Saturn.

 

The term “Shani Sade Sati” pertains to the celestial phenomenon wherein the planet Saturn (referred to as Shani) traverses three consecutive zodiac signs, namely the sign preceding an individual’s moon sign (known as Janma Rashi), the moon sign itself, and the subsequent sign. This transit spans a duration of seven and a half years. This particular transit may present difficulties, as Saturn is commonly linked to the concepts of discipline, duty, and diligent effort.

The Shani SadeSati encompasses three distinct phases:

Initial Stage: During this initial phase, the planet Saturn undergoes a transition through the zodiac sign that precedes the sign occupied by the moon. There is a prevailing belief that this phenomenon has a significant influence on an individual’s psychological and emotional state, frequently resulting in feelings of unease and apprehension.

The second phase is characterised by the transit of Saturn through the sign of the moon. The aforementioned phase is often regarded as having a significant influence on multiple facets of existence, including but not limited to one’s professional trajectory, interpersonal connections, and overall well-being. During this particular period, individuals may encounter many barriers and problems.

The third part of the Saturn transit involves the movement of Saturn to the zodiac sign immediately following the moon sign. It is widely considered that this particular phase is associated with a notable sense of relaxation and steadiness following the various hardships encountered in preceding stages.

 

The influence that Shani Sade Sati had

It is possible for people to face a variety of difficulties and roadblocks in a variety of facets of their lives during the season of Shani Sade Sati. The consequences of this phase might differ from person to person based on where Saturn is located in the individual’s birth chart and what sign the individual’s moon is in.

The following are some of the more common  effects of Shani Sade Sati:

  • Difficulties relating to finances
  • Concerns over one’s health
  • Issues with interpersonal connections
  • Professional setbacks
  • A state of emotional upheaval

Alternative Treatments and Safety Measures

 

 

Even though Shani Sade Sati might bring about difficulties, there are a number of solutions and preventative measures that folks can do to lessen the impact of its adverse consequences.

1. Praise and Recitation of Mantras

It is possible to lessen the effects of Shani Sade Sati by engaging in regular worship of Lord Shani and by reciting mantras that are dedicated to Saturn. There is a widespread consensus that the Shani Gayatri Mantra and the Shani Beej Mantra are particularly useful.

2. Acts of Benevolence and Contributions

The potentially negative impacts of Saturn can be mitigated by participating in charitable activities and making financial contributions to those who are less fortunate. On Saturdays, it is considered fortunate to make donations of black sesame seeds, black clothing, or anything that have been ironed.

3. The Use of Gemstones for Their Healing Properties

When worn, alternate gemstones such amethyst (also known as jamunia) might help mitigate the unfavourable effects of Saturn’s energies. However, before choosing to wear any gemstone, it is essential to discuss your options with an experienced astrologer.

4. Carry out the necessary remedial rites.

Bringing Saturn into harmony through the performance of rituals such as the Shani Puja or the Shani Homa can help mitigate the effects of the Shani Sade Sati. Before engaging in these ceremonies, it is best to obtain the advice of an experienced astrologer or priest in order to avoid any missteps.

5. Practice’s of Yoga and Meditation

Regular practise of meditation and yoga might assist persons in keeping their mental and emotional equilibrium during the trying times of Shani Sade Sati. These practice’s have the potential to alleviate stress as well as improve general well-being.

6. Good Karma and Self acceptance 

One can make amends for their previous misdeeds and transform unfavourable circumstances into advantageous ones if they repeat the actions of those who have done good. Those who give to charitable causes and make peace with their karma are able to release themselves from the burden of dwelling on their past misdeeds. It is important to maintain one’s practise of donating food goods to charitable institutions as well as to those members of society who are disadvantaged , downtrodden or in need.

7.Respecting Parents, Grand Parents and elder people 

During the time that the sade sati phase is active in your life, you should make sure that you always treat your parents, grandparents, and any other people who are your age or older with respect. This includes showing proper etiquette when interacting with anyone who is older than you. If you don’t, you face the risk of incurring the wrath of Shani Devta, which is something you won’t be able to overcome no matter how hard you try. If this happens, you won’t be able to do anything about it.

You are sabotaging Saturn and your professional life if you are not well-grounded in reality, humble, and respectful towards elders and parents. Even if Saturn is perfectly situated in your horoscope but afflicted or unafflicted, your life will be devastated regardless of the state it is in.

When you do not have a healthy respect for your parents, gurus, or other authority persons in your life, this is the situation you will find yourself in.

After getting married, many indigenous people shirk their responsibilities towards their parents, elders, and grandparents. Additionally, some people forsake their parents and begin a new life away from them, while others send their parents to a foreign country or just let them starve to death.

This is the anger of Lord Karma and the curse that your parents have placed upon you. I have seen examples of this behaviour occurring all over the place. Stopping this practise is essential if one wishes to have a happy existence and stay away from unnecessarily drawing the wrath of Shani Devta into their own lives. Keep in mind that Shani has the deepest affection for his mother and is always courteous towards his elders. Keep in mind that Shani is always respectful towards his elders. This is something that you ought to think about and give some thought to.

8. Taking care of Pets and animals.

One has the option of either donating to charitable groups that assist in the care of animals and other living beings or taking personal responsibility for the upkeep of smaller pets, animals, and other living beings that are unable to speak for themselves or produce food for themselves. notably black birds, ravens, black dogs, and other such creatures.

9.Helping Servants, Labors communities and poor childrens.

Always serve servants, labourer communities, and children with dignity and self-respect, and do not treat them badly while you are running shani sade sati; otherwise, one can face the anger of karma upon them.

10.Performing Sevas in Charity, Food organizations, and Langer in temples, Guru Dwara . 

Donate items like as food and clothing, take part in extended acts of service, and engage in other charitable activities in order to maintain their involvement in charitable and seva activities directed towards elderly people.

Author note :

Involving  himself/herself in Punya karmas and charity is widely seen as very effective during Shai Sade sati, and most importantly, accepting the karmas is most useful, and following the ways of self-acceptance, self realization, Guilt and surrendering towards the Ishwar is the best solution to sail through Shai Sade sati in an effective way. If you try to fight with destiny you may not able to understand how sade sati going to transform you in a positive manner rather one will settle down in frustration and  cursing others during the period of Shani sade sati.  

If folks are prepared with the appropriate treatments and safety measures, they will have an easier time navigating through this time period. People are able to alleviate the bad effects of Shani Sade Sati and harness the positive energies connected with it if they worship Lord Shani, engage in charitable acts, that provide protection, execute restorative rituals, and embrace meditative and yoga practice’s.

Unraveling the Mystery of Shani Sadesati: A Comprehensive Astrological Guide

In the previous part on mystery of Saturn and its relationship with karma  , we tried to understand the complete analysis of Saturn from every aspect; in this part, our focus will be primarily on the Shani Sade sati, how it is going to impact individual lives, and what a person could do to adhere during the Shani Sade sati process of 7.5 years.

Astrological Understanding of Shani Sadesati 

 

 

What actually is Shani SadeSati’s detailed understanding from the author’s viewpoint?

True Meaning of Shani Sade Sati

Sade Sati refers to the period of testing and learning that occurs during Saturn’s transit through the zodiac signs of the 12th, 1st, and 2nd houses from the moon’s natal position over the course of 7.5 years. In the meantime, Saturn has an influence on the natal moon’s 4th and 8th houses, which are respectively related to the mind and health. In order to get a grasp on Sadesati, one must first comprehend what the term “Sadesati” refers to and the role that karmas play in our everyday lives. It is essentially a testing and transformation phase of the karmic actions or praradbha from previous births, and its purpose is to sort out our deeds and help us discover the genuine core of what one should do in any incarnation.

The karmic Actions 

Either you have to face the karmic actions of your deeds from this birth or you have to face the karmic actions of your deeds from 100 years ago, which you either committed in conscious or non-conscious mind, but the law of Karama is that one needs to pay back those sins in any event. Whether you did them in conscious or non-conscious mind. Chances of driving them away or moving away from them are solely dependent on the benevolent intention of the supreme being, which may be to lessen it or increase it depending on how completely you devote yourself. Despite the fact that the principles of karma are absolutely unwavering and divine, if you perform your current karma with the utmost devotion and bhakti bhava, you will be rewarded with a higher state of consciousness.

True Essence 

The essence of sade-sati is to become aware of your unfinished and outstanding karmic obligations, which you have either ignored or disregarded in one or more of your previous lifetimes. If the problem was the sins you had committed, then the period of sade-sati would be a tremendously transformational and intense experience for you. If your Saturn is in its retrograde or ak position, the Saturn Sadesati phase will be a soul-transforming experience for you. Although it will bring you many of ups and downs, it will also make you a sincere devotee of the almighty and highly spiritual so that you can complete the responsibilities that have been given to you or those that have been outstanding from the past.

What matters the most ?

If a person is pure and virtuous from the depths of their soul, or if he is performing his current kiryamani or aagmi karma with the utmost and most selfless care, then there should be no need to worry about or fear sade-sati. If Saturn is digbali or exalted (which means that you are blessed by the Narayana), and if it is well situated in the chart or has good shadbala strength, or if it is well placed in the Saptavargi or Dashavargi charts, then sade-sati would be a blessing to that Native. On some level, he would consider himself a disciple of Karma or Shanidev.

One who believes in and practises the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita and the law of karma does not ever have cause for concern as a result of the karmic consequences of his acts; those who do have cause for concern are those who have been tainted by the six vices in any one of their previous births.

First Phase :  ( Saturn is transiting 12th from Moon )

Saturn’s cycle of 7.5 years can be broken down into three distinct phases using astrology. The first phase of the process instructs and enlightens us through the medium of significant life lessons that are imparted to us by the close relationships (wife, children, friends, loved ones, mother, father, guru, etc.) that we have in our homes. During this time, one can gain a lot of knowledge, both positively and badly, but in the end, everything will work out well for you once Saturn has crossed over their natal degree in their transit chart.

For instance, if Saturn is situated at 15 degrees in your natal chart, the first phase of sade-sati would begin to have an effect on you somewhere around the middle of the first phase of 2.5 years. This would be the time period during which you would be able to begin gaining experience from your life and learning new things.

2nd Phase :  ( Saturn is transiting over Moon )

In the second phase of Sade-sati, we learn about the individualities and weaknesses that we bring upon ourselves as a result of our thoughts and aspirations. In this place, Saturn eliminates our feeble thoughts and never-ending desires, and in reality, it is the primary factor responsible for your birth. When you are able to gain wisdom from your experiences in the past, the Moon will reveal the underlying reason or cause for your previous births.

Lessons and sufferings would be either health sufferings, mental weakness, or anxiety, by enforcing severe discipline in our mind and helping us understand that we must let our desires and greed go out and become satvik from ideology, and that we should not strive to stick to them in order to damage others. This would allow us to learn that we must let our desires and greed go out and become satvik from ideology.

In this place, the locals learn that in order to realise how we must surrender our desires, we must first suffer psychologically and physically. It’s possible that those desires or greeds will become the underlying causes of misery for others in a future life. Therefore, you should always keep a close eye on both your actions and your thoughts over what it is that you are doing in your current life.

3rd Phase :  ( Saturn is transiting 2nd from Moon )

The third phase of Saturn’s Sadesati phase of life provides us with some much-needed rest in our lives and teaches us about the significance of our karmic and familial obligations in the material world. Saturn reminds us in this instance that we must not abandon or split our responsibilities towards our families and that we must instead carry them out in a responsible manner without compromising our own ambitions.

Here, the Lord of Karma tells us that we must not be lazy in all of the family tasks and goals that we have; he shows us why Kutuambh and the relationships that live in them are so vital, and that we must fulfil them with responsibilities. I really hope that this sheds some light on what Lord Shanidev was trying to educate us by way of our fundamental reasons for being born.

 

Introspection on a More General Level and Saturn’s Traits : Understanding 

 

 

General Ideology 

When Saturn moves through the twelfth, first, and second houses of a person’s natal moon, an important astrological event known as Saturn Sadesati occurs. It is considered that the native will face both good and bad fortune throughout this seven and a half year transit. Changes in one’s personal and professional lives are possible during Saturn’s Sadesati. To get through this time with your wits about you, it’s important to know the broad characteristics of this transit and how it might affect you specifically.

Saturn Sadesati is a time when one’s patience, tenacity, and endurance are put to the ultimate test. It’s not uncommon for it to cause problems in a person’s professional life, personal relationships, physical health, and financial stability. It’s worth noting, though, that not everyone feels the effects of this time period to the same degree.

Saturn Sadesati’s initial phase begins when the planet moves into the natal moon’s twelfth house. Detachment, introspection, and an increased awareness of the spiritual can characterise this time period. It’s natural for people to reevaluate their life’s trajectory, priorities, and connections during this time.

When Saturn moves into the natal moon’s first house, a new era will begin. During this time, Saturn is in its most restrictive position, ushering in a time of great upheaval and difficulty. A person’s life may be hampered by problems in their professional life, their health, or their personal connections. It’s important to keep your feet on the ground, reach out for help, and keep a positive outlook at this time.

When Saturn moves through the second house from the natal moon, the Sadesati cycle has completed. After enduring difficulties, this period typically ushers in welcome respite and stability. Career advancement, strengthened interpersonal connections, and a sense of personal fulfilment are all possibilities. This final stage is all about putting everything you’ve learnt so far into practise.

Saturn Sadesati’s influence on people can be profound, leading to personal growth and new insights. It’s a time for introspection, learning from one’s mistakes, and developing as a person. The difficulties encountered at this time of change frequently force people to step outside their comfort zones and teach them to rely on their own resources.

Saturn Sadesati might bring professional delays, setbacks, and even career shifts. People should use this time to reevaluate their career aspirations, make any necessary adjustments, and keep going no matter what comes their way. The experiences gained at this time can pave the way to prosperity and security in the future.

Saturn Sadesati can put a strain on relationships by revealing any flaws or incompatibilities. It may lead to fights, breaks, or the recognition of the need for more dedication and mutual understanding. Healthy relationships may require extra effort in the areas of communication, tolerance, and compromise during this time.

Saturn Sadesati can cause difficulties with both mental and bodily health. Self-care, getting medical help when necessary, and living a healthy, well-rounded lifestyle are all important ways for individuals to deal with the stresses of this change. Saturn Sadesati might bring up monetary difficulties or unanticipated costs. Avoid making hasty financial judgements and instead put money aside for the future.

As with every significant astrological transit, the Sadesati of Saturn will have varied affects on different people. In spite of the challenges it may present, adversity can be used to grow immensely as a person and as a spiritual being. It will be easier for people to confront this period with preparation, courage, and optimism if they are familiar with the features of Saturn Sadesati and its probable impacts.

Core Understandingon Sadesati 

Most people are aware of Saturn, a planetary body characterised by its slow movement and icy nature, which evoke an air of imminent devastation. Saturn (Namely Mundane or Medini jyotish) is well known to those who have ever been curious about how the movements of the stars and planets affect human life and mundane affairs. The vast majority of astrological viewpoints see this heavenly body as the most malevolent of all. The acts are frequently accompanied by difficulties, blockages, and time constraints.

When the rare celestial event known as the Saturn transit (or the Shani Sade Sati according to natal astrological phenomena) occurs, it can bring about profound shifts in perspective and insight into one’s own life. According to natal astrology, this occurrence is called the Shani Sade Sati. Depending on where the moon is in the horoscope and its current state, this exceedingly rare astrological event occurs once every thirty years during the course of a person’s lifetime, and lasts for seven and a half years each time but the question is why moon has to see ? Lets understand why moon considering factor in  this.

How come Moon plays role in sadesati ?

 

Why concentrate on the moon for sadesati ? Because it keeps track of all of one’s karmic deeds from prior lifetimes. It exposes hidden desires, both positive and negative, that are constrained by the chart’s North and South Nodes. Because the person is experiencing difficulties caused by the Nodes, we may experience its most detrimental impacts during the Sade Sati.

People who believe Shani is rumoured to direct its attention towards the moon, which is thought to cause immense mental and emotional suffering for people, but in reality, Saturn has a strong influence over their brains (Moon, Mind & Thoughts, the subconscious part of the brain (Mercury)), which is why they demand self-discipline. People who are convinced that Shani is rumoured to turn its attention to the moon.

Why are people afraid during sadesati?  What exactly is it about “observing the moon” that causes individuals to react with such apprehension?  This moon phase is associated with an increase in both internal and subjective suffering.

Because the moon represents both the intellectual and emotional elements of the human experience, this phase of the moon is associated with increased degrees of both. That is why Saturn’s transit over the moon is more crucial than other planets for sadesati, since the mind surrounds itself with concepts of thoughts and wishes and holds secret desires, hidden intentions and agendas towards self and others. When the mind is corrupt, it is extremely likely that one’s own character will be doubtful in nature, and in reverse, one will engage in wrongdoing, which is the source of sorrow in sadesati.

When those who have encountered the astrological phenomenon known as Sade Sati share their stories, a recurrent theme that emerges is the massive disruption that occurred in their lives. This is a recurring issue that comes up when people who have encountered Sade Sati talk about their particular experiences.

This sentiment is generally summed up by the repeated comment, “My life has been completely upended, stopped, or everything has fallen,” but this is not true; it demonstrates that you have restarted your life with a fresh start after experiencing all of life’s transformations, lessons, and learning.

Saturn is well recognised for moving through all of the houses of the horoscope. Despite this, it is often assumed that the outcomes influenced by Saturn’s influence are generally bad in around 9 of the 12 houses. The type of these impacts, on the other hand, is determined not only by the basic configuration of the horoscope, but also by the planetary periods that are currently active in the solar system.

Because Saturn is regarded as one of the more problematic heavenly bodies, the phenomena known as Sade Sati is commonly associated with the expectation of a period of unhappiness. It also indicates that the disruptions in one’s life caused by this occurrence are often negative. Can we be certain that this is the case? During this time, a large number of politicians, celebrities, and artists climbed to the top of their fields and gained global acclaim.

People who have achieved truly coveted goals, substantial employment transformations, transferring to new regions, or inheritances are more likely to be a part of our social network. We are also likely to meet people who have successfully achieved desired familial or parental connections, made substantial professional transitions, or made significant career transfers. This phenomenon operates as both an intellectual and an experienced trigger, causing profound changes within ourselves. It is critical to acknowledge that some adverse effects will arise in this particular situation. It may be tough to maintain a cheerful attitude when there is only a modest amount of outside assistance.

Because the start of Sadesati coincides with the time of year when elderly family members, such as grandparents or other senior relatives, often die, people frequently dwell on their own mortality during this part of Sadesati. The social sphere in which we operate is marked by a number of constraints and demands, and as a result, consideration of our unique views and aspirations is sometimes overlooked. A range of repercussions may be observed within various cycles that each span two and a half years. People in close touch with the subject, notably parents, will most likely feel the negative impacts in the early stages.

The existence of planetary traits may contribute to financial difficulties, excessive expenditure, and debt accumulation. There is a chance that the existence of a planetary aspect will be harmful to the father’s health and will lower the individual’s wealth. There is always the option to relocate or immigrate to another country. The next phase is distinguished by a preoccupation with lunar-related matters as the most pressing concern. According to reports, moms’ health and happiness are declining at an alarming rate. The rates of mortality among people who are parents are quite high throughout this time period.

Depression, social isolation, and existential perplexity are the three most common sorts of suffering in Manas. Saturn has the potential to influence a person’s physical health via influencing the first house. This is due to the fact that the first house represents the body.

The existence of several ailments, or their severity, leads to a decline in the individual’s overall health. It has been observed that the seventh house has a detrimental impact on family dynamics, which frequently leads in the breakup of marriages in modern civilization. The presence of this aspect in the 10th house implies that one’s work and professional endeavours may be hampered by barriers and challenges. It implies that you are likely to confront difficulties, such as changing careers or being dismissed from your current employment.

Difficulties in interpersonal relationships with relatives, children, and other family members (2nd house from the Moon, with an aspect on the 4th house), health issues (with an aspect on the 8th house), and unexpected shocks and situations of force majeure continue to be a problem during the third cycle. During this cycle, financial losses and obstacles remain a problem.

The third appearance of Sade Sati, and occasionally the fourth, marks the culmination of our time on this mortal coil. Now is the moment to call it quits, take a step back, acknowledge that the end of the life cycle is unavoidable, and commit to making the required preparations ahead of time. Shani’s most crucial function is to point us in the direction of our ultimate objective.

When presented with fortunate circumstances, when they receive assistance from their social network, and when they benefit from their parents’ guidance, it is normal for people to fail to think on the existential purpose of their life. Instead, they bask in the pleasures bestowed upon them by their good karma, fooling themselves into believing that this will continue perpetually. As individuals, we frequently feel a sense of grandiosity in connection to our significance because we believe that we are the architects of our own fates and that we have power over our own destinies.

Saturn generates settings in which people feel separated from others, unable to receive help from other sources, and compelled to assume complete responsibility for their own actions and behaviours. Individuals are prompted to pause and think on their actions as a result of life’s interruptions and a sense of material shortage. As a result, they assess the fundamental impulses that drive their ambitions.

It is vital to acquire virtues like as humility, diligence, discipline, self-control, acceptance of the higher will, devotion to dharma, cessation of attributing blame to others, and acceptance of personal responsibility for one’s circumstances throughout this period of time. It is also critical at this time to nurture attributes such as dharma, or the path of righteousness. It is critical that we recognise and value the circumstances that have been predetermined for us.

It is critical to make a concentrated effort to overcome impulses towards judgement and impatience while also prioritising character development through the cultivation of traits such as modesty, commitment, and sympathy. It is critical to quit thinking of oneself as the most important person in the world and instead devote one’s life to the selfless service of others and a higher power. The more one’s affinity for higher powers and commitment to the spiritual journey, the more at ease one will be in navigating this era. This is due to the fact that both higher powers and the spiritual path provide a sense of purpose and significance. People have the opportunity to improve their resilience and overall health if they correctly interpret Saturn’s teachings.

Understanding the Phase of  Shani Sade-Sati : King Vikram Aditya 

 

Story Begins 

Legends from the time of King Vikramaditya serve as the basis for this story. Once upon a time, the seven gods who presided over the days of the week met in council. There is also the presence of Rahu and Ketu. Both Rahu and Ketu point to a single question. Which god has the biggest influence among us? was the question posed. There was no agreement on this matter.

As a result, they looked to Devraj Indra for a ruling. Devraj Indra believed that the other gods would be dissatisfied with his judgement if he decided in favour of any one of them. Respectfully, he said to the gods, “Esteemed divinities, I, too, possess qualities akin to your own.” So, I’ve been thinking a lot about how difficult it is to rank people on a scale of greatness. So, how can I go about doing something so discerning? I can’t give an objective evaluation.

Everyone should seriously consider making a trip to Earth. Throughout history, King Vikramaditya has stood out. His outstanding judicial abilities have earned him worldwide acclaim and respect. At the story’s climax, every god and goddess presented themselves to King Vikramaditya.

When all the gods showed up at King Vikramaditya’s court, he showed them the utmost respect and begged them for help in whatever way they could. The people told him about their plight. Vikramaditya found the mission extremely difficult. However, the king took on this challenge with grace because of his strong sense of responsibility.

As a result of his deliberation, seven thrones were set up. Gold, bronze, brass, tin, zinc, mica, and iron were used in the sequential construction of the thrones in question. The attendees were assigned seats according to a numbered system. The gold throne was number one, and the iron throne was in third place. Then, King Vikramaditya humbly prayed to the seven gods, asking that they bless the throne in their own unique ways. The Sun god Surya sat on the golden throne, while the planet Saturn’s respresentative, Shani, chose the iron throne.

When the seven gods took their places, Vikramaditya addressed them: “You are entitled to decide your own placements, and no other influence may impose my judgements onto you. Hearing this, the god Shani (also known as Saturn) got up from his seat and spoke to King Vikramaditya, expressing his displeasure at being placed at the bottom of the godly hierarchy.

You don’t know the half of what I’m capable of. The sun stays in one Zodiac sign (Rashi) for almost a month, and in Mars for about a week and a half. Jupiter, in contrast, can stay in a Zodiac for up to thirteen months, while Mercury and Venus can only stay for a single month. The movements of Rahu and Ketu follow a cyclical pattern every eighteen months.

However, my authority only allows me to rule over a zodiac sign for a period of time between 2.5 and 7.5 years. The term “Sade Sathi” is widely used to describe this era. Because of the Sade Saathi era, even the most powerful gods were afraid. When people were angry with Rama, the result was not his elevation to the throne but rather his expulsion. It is now your turn, so be ready. After he finished expressing these ideas, Shani went back.

During the brief “Sade Sathi” time, Shanidev seized control of Vikramaditya’s Zodiac. The sade sathi period of the monarch then began and lasted for seven and a half years. Shani Dev posed as a horse trader and travelled to the kingdom governed by Vikramaditya, where he offered the monarch and queen a variety of exceptionally beautiful horses.

The Story Begins: The Sadesati and the King Vikramaditya 

 

 

People were also saying nice things about the horses in question. When King Vikramaditya heard about the strange horses, he sent Ashawapal to find the best one possible. When Ashawapal returned with a beautiful horse, the king was so overjoyed that he immediately wanted to ride it. However, at one point during his ride, the horse suddenly and with incredible speed disappeared into thin air. After a short while, the king found himself in the middle of a vast and forested area.

The person clearly appeared exhausted. The huge size of King Vikramaditya’s kingdom presented a number of difficulties. Shanidev, a deity in Hinduism, was blamed for everything that went wrong.

At the Ujjaini palace, Queen Madenlekha voiced her concern for King Vikramaditya. Shani Dev was the religion of choice for Queen Madenlekha. The woman begged Shani Dev to intervene so that her husband wouldn’t be in danger. Shanidev promised to free your husband after hearing your pleadings on behalf of Queen Madenlekha, but only if he could fulfil his karmic duties.

Due to King Vikramaditya’s absence, there were few state ceremonies held in his honour. After a long journey, Vikramaditya reached a nearby city, where he met an accomplished businessman. That other businessman also forgot to introduce Vikramaditya. King seemed like he was trying to beg for money. Compassionately, the shopkeepers drove him back to his house and set up food delivery. On that day, thanks to the beneficence of the deity Shani Dev, business owners received higher profits.

Beginning of Therapeutic Story

 

 

But he saw this person (known only as the King) as a stroke of luck. Keeping this in mind, he decided to keep him living in his home and working for him.

The king was going through a Sade Sathi period. The guy moved into the businessman’s home while using a false name. After some time had passed, the entrepreneur’s children were united in marriage. Within the framework of this marriage, it was Vikramaditya who took on the mantle of responsibility. Together, he and the daughter of a mutual business associate went shopping for wedding essentials. Vikramaditya met Shanidev, who was acting undercover during a business deal, but eventually revealed his genuine identity. Vikramaditya was then shown a picture of a duck by Shanidev.

Everything in the marriage seemed to be going smoothly. The bride’s jewellery mysteriously vanished before the wedding. A duck, as illustrated in the accompanying pictorial representation, swallowed the necklace. The business owner’s wife questioned the king about the necklace, but the king was at a loss to explain its significance to her.

The suspect was apprehended by a King Chandrasen loyalist because he or she suspected the monarch of being a thief.

It was widely believed that King Vikramaditya’s greatest threat came from King Chandrasen. King Chandrasen was filled with overwhelming happiness at seeing Vikramaditya. He gave the order for his troops to cut off both of King Vikramaditya’s limbs at the same time. Vikramaditya spoke out in surprise when he heard this order. His hands and feet were nonetheless chopped off by the soldiers.

Beginning of Punishment ;Lessons & Life Learning 

 

Both of the king’s limbs had been amputated. He was standing around like a homeless person. After seeing someone working on an oil seed crusher, often known as a “Teli,” the observer felt sympathetic towards the operator. In addition to feeding him, he drove him back to his house. In addition, he treated the king’s wounds, and after a few days, Teli taught him how to use the bullocks and the grinding machine effectively. Vikramaditya is currently at full operational capacity. Time continued to tick along. Sade Sathi’s rule was coming to a close.

The king was preoccupied with his chores on a night when he was alone. A musical composition was being sung by the person. The vocals had a soothing, tuneful sound. The person in question was disturbing the nighttime peace with their vocalisations. A princess in the nearby kingdom heard a beautiful song, and she became deeply enamoured with the singer, named Vikramaditya.

The royal lady called for her butler and introduced the entertainer to him. A short time later, the servant came back and informed the princess that the singer in question was a subordinate of Teli who also happened to have a physical impairment. Princess, after witnessing the aforementioned performance, decided to wed the singer in question so that she wouldn’t have to go through life alone. Princess’s parents were hurt and angry when they found out about this decision. But they were ready to make that call in the end.

The king, who is the princess’s father, addressed the Teli with the goal of proposing a marriage alliance. The king gave Teli orders to help arrange the wedding of the disabled man to the king’s daughter. Although Teli first had reservations about getting married, she eventually changed her mind and showed more enthusiasm for the institution of monarchy.

The marriage between the princess and Vikramaditya, who is handicapped, had been dissolved. However, the princess’s parents voiced their disapproval. King Vikramaditya got a little shut-eye during the nighttime hours of his honeymoon. King Vikramaditya dreamed that the god Shani Dev appeared to him and told him that in the pantheon of gods, he was at the bottom. The aforementioned occurrences occurred as a result of my viewpoint being influenced by your particular experiences.

This person’s poor decision-making has caused them a great deal of emotional suffering. However, the time of Sade Sathi is over. The news brought the king great happiness, and he immediately began praying to Shani dev in the hopes of avoiding future misfortunes of the same nature.

The god agreed to the king’s pleadings and then disappeared.
When King Vikramaditya awoke, he was shocked to find that his hands and feet still looked the same. The princess and her family were overjoyed to be present for this. The monarch (the princess’s father) was overcome with joy and thankfulness upon learning of the presence of a disabled individual who bore the title of monarch Vikramaditya.

This information was quickly transmitted to all areas and those nearby. The commercially active person learned about this as well, and felt regret for their treatment of Vikramaditya as a result. He went up to Vikramaditya and apologised humbly for his behaviour, saying, “I sincerely apologise for my inappropriate conduct towards you.”

In addition, he invited him to join him for supper. King Vikramaditya obligingly agreed to the man’s request, and the next day he attended a dinner party at the mansion of a wealthy businessman. King Vikramaditya made the following declaration while dining at the home of a wealthy businessman: “I shall partake of my evening repast within the very chamber where the aforementioned necklace was misplaced.”

Without asking any questions, the businessman set up the dinner in the allotted space. The Vikramadityas were stunned to discover that the necklace’s source was the identical duck shown in the painting. Everyone present in the house witnessed the imaging phenomenon. The businessman was so overjoyed that he also decided to set up a marriage between his daughter and Vikramaditya.

After being away for a while, King Vikramaditya has returned to his domain. When Vikramaditya returned to his kingdom victorious, Queen Madenlekha was overjoyed. After this, King Vikramaditya ordered his courtiers to employ drums to announce an important announcement during the next court session.

The statement highlighted God Shani’s strength by comparing it to that of other deities. As a result, the courtiers were commanded to show their devotion to Shani dev by fasting every Saturday.

As a result, King Vikramaditya instituted a weekly sacrosanct ceremony on Saturdays throughout his dominion to pay homage to Shani Dev. This ends the story of Vikram Aditya and Shade Dev, which gives us lessons about humility, honesty, and how karma gets fruitful.

 

(Reference and Source: Greatness of Saturn: A Therapeutic Myth by Robert E. Svoboda)

 

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Vedic and Religious Remedies for Saturn Sade sati and Dasha periods:


1.In order to demonstrate devotion to Shani Dev, it is customary to ignite a mustard oil lamp within the temple premises, specifically in front of the Shani Dev Idol, on a weekly basis. This ritual is to be observed on Saturdays, either for a duration of 11 consecutive Saturdays or 7 consecutive Saturdays during the nighttime hours or one should make a practise for whole life.

2.On Saturdays, it is customary to distribute Khichdi, a dish prepared with Kaali Maa Ki Daal and rice, to both the impoverished individuals and the devotees at the Shani Mandir or shrine.

3. Utilize black sesame seeds and black lentils (Vigna mungo) in conjunction with til or mustard oil, afterwards applying the resulting mixture onto the iron or black stone idol of Shanidev situated within the temple. Perform this task on a weekly basis, specifically on 40 consecutive Saturdays or alternatively on 11 consecutive Saturdays or one can follow it for whole life, make sure intension should be with mercy and self resolution .

4.On a designated day, individuals may provide leather chappals, blankets, and umbrellas to underprivileged individuals in need, in the vicinity of the Shani temple.

5.On a designated day of the week, specifically Saturday, individuals are encouraged to provide sustenance to individuals afflicted with leprosy or physical disabilities in close proximity to the Shani Dev Temple.

6. Read the Shani Stuti after lighting a Til oil lamp under a Pipal tree on Saturdays. Below here is the
Shani Stuti.

Konastha pingalobabhruh
Krishnoroudraantakoyamah
Souri, shanaischaro mandah
Pippaladishu sansthitah

7. Start worshipping Lord Shani Dev every Saturday, those who having an afflicted Saturn in their horoscope and they should light a sesame lamp to Shani dev temple on every Saturday and should recite “
Dashrath Krit Neela Shani Stotra ” either for 40 days or for continues 40 Saturdays.
Here is the stotra for same From Skanda Purana, The following is the Dasharatha Shani Stotra from Padma Purana :
Dhyaathwa Saraswatim Devim Gananatham Vinayakam.
Raja Dasharathah sthothram Saureridhamathakaroth.
Namo Neela mayukhaya Neelothpala nibhaya cha,
Namo Nirmaansa dehaaya Deergha shmashru jataaya cha,
Namo Vishaala nethraaya Shushkodhara bhayaanaka
Namah parushagathraya sthularomaaya Vai namah
Namo nithyam Kshudhaarthaaya Nithyathapthaya Vai namah
Namah Kaalaagni rupaaya Krthaanthaka namoshthuthe,
Nameste Kotaraakshaaya Durnireekshyaaya Vai namah Namo
Ghoraaya Raudraaya Bheeshanaaya Karaaline Nameste Sarva bhakshaaya Valeemukha namosthuthe
Surya putra namestesthu bhaskare bhaya dhayaka

Adho-drushte namasthubhyam vapuhshyaama namosthutheNamo Manda-gathe thubhyam nisthrinshaaya namo namah

Thapasa dagdha-dehaya nithyam yogarathaya cha

Namesthe gyaana nethraya kashyapathmaja sunave

Thushto dadasi Vai raajyam rushto harasi Thathkshanaath

Devaasura manushyaashcha pasupakshisareesrpaah

Thvaya vilokithaah saure dainyamaashu Vrjanti cha

Brahmaa shakro yamashchaiva rishayah saptha-tharakaah

Rajya bhrashtaashcha t’e sarve thava drishtyaa vilokithaah

Deshaa nagara graamaa dweepashechai vaadrayasththaa

Raudra Dhrushtyaa t’u ye drushtaah kshayam gacchanti thath kshanaath

Prasaadam Kuru me saure varaartheham thavaashrithah

Saure kshamasvaaparaadham sarvabhutha hithaayacha

8.One effective approach for mitigating the impacts of Sade-sati and other Dasha influences is to engage in the frequent recitation of the Hanuman Chalisa and Bajrang Baan, as a means of appeasing Hanuman ji.

9. It is recommended to engage in the act of offering prayers to Lord Shiva, as Lord Shiva is regarded as the spiritual guide or mentor of Lord Saturn. To attain a good life, one may opt to engage in the practise of Rudra Abhishek with Bel Patra and other Pancha Amritam, or alternatively, recite Rudra Ashtakam on Mondays and Saturdays.

10.It is recommended to provide crows, which are considered the vehicle of Lord Shanidev, with a prepared meal from one’s own morning repast on a daily basis. It is imperative to exhibit kindness and compassion for individuals occupying various positions of lower socioeconomic status, such as maids, servants, vendors, hawkers, labourers, cleaners, and other individuals engaged in low-grade occupations. It is imperative to refrain from attempting to appropriate their financial resources or subjecting them to any form of harassment. Ensure timely payment of their obligations and earn the affection of Saturn.

11.It is imperative to demonstrate unwavering loyalty for one’s parents (including grandparents) and provide them with affectionate care throughout their lives. This practise is akin to the deep affection that Lord Shani-dev holds for his mother, emanating from the depths of his heart. It is imperative to refrain from exhibiting contempt and carelessness towards one’s parents, since such actions may potentially incur the displeasure and consequences associated with the divine entity known as Shani Dev. Despite encountering certain conflicts with his father, Surya Dev, Shani Dev harbours genuine reverence for him deep within his being.

12.One effective remedy for mitigating the effects of Sade Sati is to engage in the daily recitation of the Maha-Mantra dedicated to Lord Saturn.

“Om nilanjana samabhasam | Ravi putram yamagrajam ||

Cahaya martanda samhubhutam | Tama namami Shanescharam||”

13.Individuals experiencing the astrological phenomenon known as Sade Saati are advised to diligently repeat the Shani Mahamantra a total of 23,000 times over a span of either 7 or 12 years. The recitation of the Shani Mahamantra should be completed within a period of 23 days. Therefore, by the regular recitation of the Shani Mahamantra using a ‘mala’ 10 times per day, the completion of the recitation will occur during a span of 23 days.

14. Recite the 108 appellations of Shani Dev, also known as Shani Dev Ashtottara Shatnamavali daily

Conclusion

Both versions aim to be as comprehensive as possible in their treatment of Saturn, Karma, and Sadesati. Since Sadesati is such a massive Saturn transit with so many varying effects, it’s crucial to have a thorough understanding of these phases before making any predictions. assumptions & any guess work. Despite its unpleasantness, adversity provides us with an opportunity to toughen up and become more resilient. In order to meet the challenges of Saturn Sadesati with greater self-awareness, fortitude, and optimism, it is helpful to have a firm grasp on the period’s underlying features and impacts. Keep in touch, keep sharing, never stop teaching and learning, and do your part to support the blogs you read by clicking on the ads that run on them. Do your share thoughts and ideas in comment section to improve future blogs.

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The Saturn, Sadesati and Lord of Karma in Vedic Astrology

Introduction

Saturn occupies a significant position in Vedic astrology, being recognized as a highly potent and prominent celestial body. Saturn referred to as ‘Shani’ in the Sanskrit language, this celestial body is commonly linked to the principles of discipline, diligent effort, and the acquisition of karmic wisdom. The celestial trajectory of Saturn within the zodiac is meticulously observed due to its profound influence on all facets of human existence, encompassing domains such as professional pursuits and interpersonal connections. The ‘Sade sati’ period, a widely discussed phenomenon associated with Saturn, is said to be characterized by notable transformations and obstacles.

The mythology of Sade sati is centered on the notion that during the transit of Saturn through the twelfth, first, and second houses of an individual’s moon sign, a significant time of profound change may occur. The duration of this phenomenon is commonly estimated to be approximately seven and a half years, during which it is believed to evaluate an individual’s fortitude, endurance, and adaptability.

The Impact of Saturn and Sadesati on Human Life

During the Sadesati phase, individuals may encounter challenges, interruptions, and hindrances in diverse domains of life. Nevertheless, it is crucial to bear in mind that this particular timeframe has both positive and negative aspects. This experience presents an opportunity for personal development, introspection, and acquisition of significant life knowledge.

From a psychological perspective, Sadesati has the potential to compel individuals to confront their fears, address their deficiencies, and cultivate inner resilience. The process has the potential to facilitate a profound metamorphosis and enable individuals to liberate themselves from constricting beliefs and attitudes. Numerous individuals who have experienced the astrological phenomenon known as Sadesati have attested to the occurrence of heightened levels of maturity, emotional stability, and a reinforced sense of self.

Exploring the Saturn and the Sadesati Expedition

Although the Sadesati era may appear intimidating, it is crucial to approach this phase with a positive outlook and a mindset focused on personal development. Instead of harbouring anxiety towards the various problems that arise, it is more beneficial to perceive them as occasions for personal and spiritual growth. The following are few strategies for effectively navigating the Sadesati period:

  • Engage in the practise of self-care, which involves attending to one’s physical, mental, and emotional well-being.
  • Participate in endeavours that elicit feelings of happiness and contribute to your state of relaxation.
  • Maintain a sense of practicality and realism. In order to foster a sense of connection with one’s inner self and uphold emotional equilibrium, it is advisable to engage in a regular practise of meditation or mindfulness.
  • Request guidance: Engage in consultation with a proficient astrologer who possesses expertise in interpreting individual birth charts and discerning the prevailing astrological influences.
  • It is vital to adopt a receptive attitude towards change.
  • It is important to have a mindset that is receptive to change and adaptable in nature.
  • It is important to acknowledge that change is an inherent aspect of human existence and has the potential to engender novel prospects and personal development.
  • Evolve self learning, Spiritual evolution and Living life down to earth.

It is important to note that the impact of Saturn and Sadesati should be viewed as a mechanism for fostering individual development, rather than a form of retribution. Through a comprehensive comprehension of the historical narratives and a wholehearted acceptance of the transformative process, individuals can effectively navigate this temporal phase with elegance and ultimately emerge fortified and more resilient than ever before.

So , lets explore the journey of understanding Saturn and effect of sadesati on human life.

What is the definition of Karma’s and Role of Saturn ?

 

 

In accordance with Hinduism, the concept of divine fairness posits that God grants mankind the capacity to exercise free will in their choices between virtuous and malevolent actions. Consequently, the outcome of an individual’s actions is contingent upon the moral quality of their decision-making. Furthermore, it is believed that the collective choices made by humanity collectively contribute to the shaping of their hidden destinies. In this context, we are discussing the Karmas that pertain to our daily lives.

These Karmas are associated with the 3rd house from the 4th house, the 6th house, and the 6th lord. They arise from our ideas and are manifested through practical actions in the 10th house. Importantly, these Karmas are within the realm of our conscious mind and can be freely undertaken by ourselves.

In the realm of general practise, it is commonly seen that the examination of stored desires can be accomplished by examining the natural Karka sign, Aquarius, as well as the 4th house, which represents the Karka of the mind. By doing so, valuable insights can be gained into the potential outcomes of one’s Karmas, whether they be positive or negative, in subsequent births, based on their past actions.

Karma serves as the catalyst for the whole sequence of cause and effect, commonly referred to as Sansara-Venus (Maya). In order to achieve moksha (salvation), one must first deplete the entirety of their accumulated karmas, known as Pra-rabdha, by fully experiencing their consequences.

The concept of karma might be likened to that of a seed, as it often does not yield instant results upon its initial planting.

The generation of several karmic seeds is facilitated by our own acts, encompassing speech, thoughts, and deeds. Consequently, it is imperative to examine the comprehensive chart in its entirety. The examination of the tenth house from Mercury reveals the influence of our speech and conscious mind on our acts. Specifically, if the tenth house from Mercury is occupied by Mars, it may result in a speaker who is harsh or displays arrogance and rudeness. Thus, our speech is intricately connected to our karmic actions, either directly or indirectly. In the context of astrological beliefs, it is posited that the influence of Jupiter, when positioned as the 10th celestial body from the Moon, may engender individuals who exhibit virtuous qualities, possess healing abilities, demonstrate profound contemplation, exhibit extensive knowledge, or serve as spiritual catalysts. This influence is believed to directly impact the cognitive processes of the individual in question, as well as those in their immediate vicinity.

Saturn, Karma and Bhagwat Geeta 

 

 

According to the Bhagavad Gita, the road of action, also known as karma, is described as enigmatic, and the Law of Karma is deemed unfathomable. Determining the specific karmic factors that contribute to the development of cancer, as well as discerning whether the consumption of a particular fruit is the consequence of a singular karmic action or a confluence of multiple karmic actions, presents a challenging endeavour. Determining the origin of the fruit that one presently derives pleasure from poses a challenge, ascertaining whether it is a result of the karma accumulated in the present lifetime or a consequence of past-life karmas, namely the Sanchita karma.

Under appropriate conditions, karmas that have reached maturity have the potential to yield outcomes during the same lifetime.

Karma is a philosophical concept that encompasses the principle of cause and effect, wherein actions and reactions are believed to have a direct correlation. It is often associated with notions of cosmic justice and individual accountability. The concept of cause and effect, also known as the law of sowing and reaping, operates in a rational manner whereby the outcomes one experiences are directly proportional and accurately determined, as administered by a higher power in accordance with cosmic rules. Karma can be likened to the laws of gravity in terms of predictability, as it posits that the consequences one experiences are a direct outcome of their actions towards others.

The individual who inflicts harm upon others will inevitably experience harm upon themselves at a later point in time. The Law of Karma include a crucial and inherently uncertain element known as the “delivery” or repercussions, which are under the authority of a higher power.

The concept of karma initiates the propulsion of an individual’s soul on a personal odyssey across the expanse of the universe. The concept of karma culminates when an individual attains mastery in the practise of performing actions without attachment or desire, solely in a selfless manner.

The Bhagwad Geeta elucidates that the attainment of detachment from the fruits of one’s actions, known as Karma-phala, can be achieved via the diligent pursuit of self-improvement along the path to the Divine. This involves the practise of diverse yogic disciplines.

 

 

In the course of our daily existence, Lord Shani Dev vigilantly observes our accumulated and ongoing actions, enabling us to comprehend the true nature of our actions and their significant impact on our life. The cumulative result of an individual’s four karmas determines their birth, as each person is born depending on the totality of their collected karmas. If an individual has accumulated negative prarabdha (karma from former lives), they are always bound to experience its consequences in each subsequent birth, as this outcome is solely determined by the volition of the divine entity.

When the obligation to repay arises, it becomes imperative to acknowledge this responsibility. However, it is possible to rationalise these debts by engaging in virtuous actions throughout our continuous existence. The positive karma of an individual has the potential to counteract and neutralise the negative karma of another individual. The 10th house is considered the primary source of all ongoing karmic activities, and Lord Saturn has significant importance in comprehending many aspects of karma in an individual’s life.

 

 

From an astrological standpoint, it is recommended to examine the 10th house relative to Saturn in order to gain insight into the various acts we engage in during our daily routines. These actions encompass a wide range of emotions and inclinations, such as want, aversion, love, hatred, and happiness, occurring on a continuous basis throughout each moment or second. The presence of benefic or malefic influences in the 10th house relative to Saturn is likely to provide either favourable or negative outcomes, depending on the inherent character of the actions or Karama. These consequences may manifest in the present lifetime or perhaps in a subsequent lifetime. The fourth house and moon are influential in generating wishes for karmas, whereas the actual execution of these wants is contingent upon the tenth house.

Prior to delving into the subject matter, it is imperative to have a comprehensive understanding of the entity known as Shani-Dev and the manner in which this entity harmonises and regulates the karmic deeds inside the life of an individual.

Saturn, known as Shani or Shana-ish-chara in Sanskrit, is referred to as the sluggish mover or the Manda Gati. It is also denoted by the term Shane-Shane, which signifies its characteristic of moving at a leisurely pace. From an astronomical perspective, it is noteworthy that among the celestial bodies, Saturn possesses the unique characteristic of exhibiting an extended duration within a given zodiac sign due to its comparatively sluggish motion. This phenomenon is attributed to the fact that Saturn requires around two and a half years to traverse a single zodiacal sign or progress through each constellation within the sidereal zodiac.

According to the Linga Purana, Lord Shani-Dev (Saturn) is said to have originated from Rudra, the solar deity. According to the Markandeya Purana, Saturn is described as the offspring of the sun god and his consort, Chaya, who is symbolically associated with the concept of shadow. The chilly and arid nature of Saturn can be attributed to its deep core structure. The individual possesses an inherent purity and satwik disposition inside, however in the context of Jyotish terminology, their external demeanour is characterised as tamasik, exhibiting forthrightness and a propensity for anger.

The individual’s sluggishness is commonly seen as lethargy, although a closer examination reveals that this perception does not align with the true nature of his condition. The individual’s leisurely pace contributes to a prolonged journey towards the intended goal, which is also notable for its rich historical background. Additionally, the protagonist’s association with Sandhya, his maternal figure, bestows upon him the attributes of wisdom and advanced age. The individual’s visual acuity is regarded as impaired, and he is reputed to possess a malevolent nature, albeit exclusively towards individuals engaged in or associated with negative karmic deeds across multiple lifetimes.

The Significance of the Saturn and Sade sati in Vedic Astrology

 

 

According to popular belief, Saturn is often associated with the potential destruction of the house it influences. However, in reality, Saturn primarily presents challenges in relation to the specific house it affects. The outcome varies depending on factors such as the placement of Saturn in a malefic or enemy sign, with the exception being the seventh house where Saturn can bring positive outcomes due to its directional strength. Conversely, when Saturn is positioned in a friendly or neutral sign, it has the tendency to enhance the qualities of the house it influences. The results also differ based on whether Saturn aspects or conjoins with other signs and houses. When Saturn is well placed, it bestows individuals with qualities such as integrity, wisdom, spirituality, fame, patience, leadership abilities, authority, longevity, organisational skills, sincerity, honesty, a sense of justice, and a keen awareness of moral principles.

When Saturn is positioned unfavourably in relation to a hostile celestial body or within a dwelling where the strength of Ashtakavrga is diminished, it has the potential to manifest various adversities for the individual, including but not limited to, personal distress, sorrow, delays, hindrances, disappointments, conflicts, despondency, and challenges. However, it is important to note that these difficulties may serve as valuable lessons pertaining to the specific house in question, allowing for the filtration of karmic seeds. Individuals influenced by Saturn tend to exhibit defensive tendencies, nervousness, and a proclivity for secrecy, yet they also possess commendable qualities such as honesty, responsibility, and loyalty. In the realm of worldly affairs, Saturn governs the western direction, Saturday is designated as its day, black is its associated colour, and the blue sapphire gemstone is attributed to Saturn. In the realm of Vedic numerology, Saturn holds dominion over the number 8.

In order to have a comprehensive comprehension of the various facets of Saturn, it is imperative to delve into the philosophical underpinnings and contextual backdrop associated with the archetype of a teacher or a stringent mentor.

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Fundamentals Principals of the Saturn Aspects 

The following discourse elucidates the astrological and philosophical significance of the four esteemed mantras associated with Lord Saturn :

 

 

1) The Influence of Saturn in a Specific House ( Saturn Placement Effect ) : In this context, Saturn serves as a guiding force, emphasizing the importance of practicality. It encourages individuals to embrace authenticity, loyalty, and honesty, while also emphasizing the need for self-identification within the natural order. Saturn typically diminishes negative qualities and associated characteristics within the house it occupies (for instance, if located in the 8th house, it may promote spiritual growth and alleviate fears, concerns about mortality, sexuality, and losses related to that particular house). Through this transformative process, Saturn facilitates the cultivation of positivity, infusing enthusiasm and imparting profound realization’s. By rectifying past mistakes and errors through the application of wisdom gained from previous experiences, Saturn acts as a catalyst for personal growth and rejuvenation, ultimately shaping a more favourable future trajectory. In essence, Saturn assumes the role of a trailblazer, purging the house of all negativity.

2) Saturn Direct Aspect (Lifelong Challenges): Be Prepared for Open Challenges: Here Saturn gives an equally challenging environment and opponents who can test your abilities and patience where it directly aspects, and it keeps pointing you to prepare yourself for your whole life for these open challenges. Here, Saturnine energy is directing you. Hey you! You are weak and not prepared for future life actions, and you need to work hard in this area as you lack the required energy for betterment. He is suggesting you never take a back step, never fear; you have to accept it in any case, and you have to face this challenge in your whole life unless you never become balanced and perfect, which you are feeling you can’t face in a long race. Here, Saturn is teaching you to rise as a winner. Never neglect your responsibilities; prioritise them and work hard on them. This is your open challenge area for your whole life and an important part of it. Don’t ignore it; prepare yourself and make it better for your future path.

 

3) Saturn 3rd House Aspect  ( Test of Courage, willpower and Free will ) :  The third aspect of Saturn presents individuals with challenging tasks and demanding environments that they must confront in various situations. Saturn aims to test one’s courage, willpower, and mental resilience by consistently directing them towards tasks that necessitate boldness. This metaphorical representation prompts individuals to question whether they possess the necessary attributes to fearlessly complete the tasks they perceive as insurmountable. Saturn serves as a teacher, urging individuals to eliminate the notion of “no” from their vocabulary and instead rely on their willpower and courage to overcome any obstacles associated with the specific house and sign. The lesson is to boldly and promptly finish tasks without succumbing to fear or procrastination.

 

4) Saturn 10th Aspect ( What need to be done, rightful karma and actions in society ) :  Saturn’s 10th Aspect, also known as the Ultimate Goal, pertains to the notion that work is akin to a workshop that presents challenges. It involves recognizing that life is not solely about enjoyment, but rather about striving to achieve higher goals that are bestowed upon individuals by a higher power in each successive birth. This process entails evolving and progressing towards these goals amidst openly challenging circumstances and interactions with negative individuals. These challenges may arise from the environment or society, manifesting in the form of opposition to one’s endeavours. Consequently, Saturn advises individuals to utilise these adversities as opportunities for growth and to intelligently navigate encounters with those who consistently oppose their work. Society, in this context, is viewed as a catalyst for personal development, urging individuals to tap into the gifts bestowed upon them and employ them effectively. By doing so, individuals can elevate themselves with the aid of their unwavering spirit.

 

The study of Saturn historically as depicted in Vedic/Puranic scriptures

 

 

Scriptural Reference from Puranas  

Based on ancient legends and scriptural accounts, Saturn is believed to have been born to Sun and Chaya, also known as Swarna. It is said that during the moment of Saturn’s birth, the Sun experienced a profound illness as a result of the inauspicious aspect of Saturn’s gaze. Consequently, a longstanding conflict has persisted between the father and son, as symbolised by the Sun-Saturn Aspect.

According to several Hindu Puranas, Shani is regarded as the progeny of Surya, the solar deity, and Chhaya, symbolising gloom. Yamaraj is identified as Shani’s sibling, while Yamuna is recognised as his sister. Shani’s hue is associated with Indraneel Mani, sometimes referred to as Neelam, which corresponds to the colour blue sapphire.

Numerous narratives exist pertaining to the origin of Shani Dev. The most widely acknowledged account is found within the ancient text known as the ‘Skanda Purana’. According to one particular rendition, the birth of Shani Dev unfolds as follows: The deity Surya was united in matrimony with Sandhya, the daughter of the divine architect Vishwakarma.

Sandhya’s inability to tolerate the luminosity emitted by the deity Surya led her to believe that through perseverance, she could enhance her own brilliance. Alternatively, she entertained the notion that her penance could diminish the overwhelming radiance of Surya. It is important to note that Sandhya worshipped Surya as her spouse, and it was through divine intervention that they were blessed with three offspring: Vaivastahva Manu, Yama Raj, and Yamuna. Despite her deep affection for her children, Sandhya remained greatly distressed by the intense radiance emanating from Surya. Consequently, she contemplated separating from him and seeking solace in her parents’ abode, where she intended to engage in rigorous penance. Should any opposition arise, Sandhya resolved to relocate to a remote and secluded location to undertake her arduous penitential practises.

Through her act of penance, Sandhya manifested a doppelgänger named Suvarna, who represented her shadow self. Sandhya entrusted her three children to Chaya, instructing her to assume the role of a mother figure and care for them. Sandhya assured Chaya that she could rely on her assistance in times of trouble, emphasising the importance of maintaining the distinction between Chaya and Sandhya, and ensuring that this distinction remained concealed from others.

The individual in question relinquished her duties to Chaya and departed for her parental residence. Upon arrival, she disclosed to her father her inability to endure the brilliance of the deity Surya. Consequently, she had left without informing her spouse. In response, her father reproached her severely, cautioning that her uninvited return would bring a curse upon both her and himself. He instructed her to promptly return to her marital home. Subsequently, Sandhya became apprehensive about the fate of the responsibilities entrusted to Chaya should she comply with her father’s directive. The whereabouts of Chaya also became a concern.

In light of the potential revelation of their clandestine activities, Sandhya sought solace in the densely forested regions of Uttar Kurukshetra.

The protagonist experienced apprehension regarding her personal safety within the jungle due to her youthful appearance and physical attractiveness. Consequently, she assumed the guise of a mare in order to conceal her true identity and initiated a period of penance. In a separate narrative, the divine union between God Surya and Chaya resulted in the birth of three offspring. Surya and Chaya enjoyed a harmonious relationship, characterised by Surya’s unwavering trust. The progeny of Chaya consisted of Manu, God Shani, and Putri Bhadra (Tapti).

According to the second narrative, the manifestation of God Shani occurred as a consequence of the esteemed ‘yagna’ conducted by Maharishi Kashyap. During the gestation period of God Shani within the womb of Chaya, Shiv Bhaktini Chaya exhibited a profound level of devotion towards God Shiva, to the extent that she neglected her own sustenance.

The intensity of her prayers throughout her penance exerted a remarkable affect on the developing child within her womb. The complexion of God Shani turned black as a consequence of Chaya’s rigorous penance, during which she endured exposure to the scorching sun without sustenance or shelter. Upon the birth of God Shani, Surya was taken aback by the presence of his dusky skin. The individual commenced to harbour scepticism against Chaya. Chaya was subjected to derogatory remarks when he asserted that the child in question was not his offspring.

Since his birth, God Shani has inherited the immense powers resulting from his mother’s rigorous penance.

The individual observed his father engaging in verbal abuse towards his mother. He observed his father with a malevolent stare. Consequently, the paternal figure’s physical form exhibited a burned black appearance. The equine companions of the celestial deity Surya came to a halt, bringing his divine chariot to a standstill. The chariot exhibited a lack of mobility. Filled with concern, the deity Surya beseeched the presence of the divine entity Shiva. The deity Shiva provided counsel to the deity Surya, elucidating the events that had transpired. As a result of his actions, the reverence for both the mother and infant has been compromised and subjected to derogation. The deity Surya acknowledged his wrongdoing and expressed remorse. The protagonist experienced a restoration of his former resplendent appearance and the revitalization of his chariot’s equine strength. Subsequently, God Shani has assumed the role of a dutiful offspring to his paternal and maternal figures, while also displaying unwavering devotion as a pupil of God Shiva.

Based on other scriptural and legendary accounts, as documented in the Brahma Purana, it is asserted that Saturn exhibited unwavering devotion towards Lord Krishna and was captivated by his divine presence. In light of this proclivity, the Sun entered into matrimony with the daughter of Chitra Rath, namely Saturn. Saturn’s spouse had remarkable strength, potency, and humility. Param Tejasvi, the consort of Saturn, approached her husband with the intention of beseeching him for the gift of progeny. However, Shani Dev was preoccupied with engaging in meditation and offering prayers to Lord Krishna. Following a prolonged period of waiting, the protagonist’s spouse became increasingly agitated and expressed her discontent by invoking a curse against Shani, beseeching that anyone and everyone encountered by him shall face utter destruction. Consequently, she invoked a curse upon Saturn, proclaiming that any anyone who encountered him would suffer complete annihilation. Due to the aforementioned characteristics, Saturn was deemed weak and its influence was believed to possess the potential to bring about destruction upon individuals.

Saturn made efforts to persuade her, and she ultimately acknowledged her error. However, she was unable to retract the curse. Saturn assumed a downward gaze, motivated by a desire to prevent harm to others. This results in Shani consistently maintaining a lowered head posture.

This narrative elucidates the detrimental influence of the drishti (aspect) of Shani.

( References from Skanda and Padma Purana

 

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The Significance of Saturn in Vedic Astrology

 

 

According to the principles of Vedic astrology, Saturn is often regarded as auspicious when positioned within a specific house, while its influence on the houses it aspects is typically perceived as unfavourable. The perceived harm associated with Saturn’s influence stems from its role in imparting spiritual and worldly teachings through these aspected homes, which are essentially regarded as arenas for personal growth and developmental problems in one’s present life. Shani exhibits influence over the 3rd, 7th, and 10th houses, including a span of 270 degrees in orbital distance. One may envision the substantial magnetic impact exerted by Saturn based on its occupied position.

Shani strongly disapproves of behaviours such as fraudulent activities, deceit, dishonesty, alcohol consumption, gambling, neglecting personal hygiene, engaging in animal cruelty, and showing contempt towards God, parents, or elders.

If Shani assumes a favourable placement within an individual’s birth chart, it is likely that said individual will experience progress in various facets of life. This progress may manifest in the form of diligent work ethic, equitable conduct, and a propensity for justice. Additionally, individuals with a favourable Shani placement may enjoy a commendable social standing and a relatively healthy physical condition. Conversely, an unfavourable positioning of Shani within a birth chart may result in adverse consequences such as damage to one’s residence, occurrences of fires, accumulation of debt, disputes, and the loss of financial assets and property.

The adverse positioning of the planet Saturn, commonly referred to as “Shani,” is associated with the occurrence of dental and ocular abnormalities during early development. Historically, the movements of Saturn, often regarded as the “Great Malefic,” were met with trepidation and accompanied by cautionary messages conveyed by astrologers to their clients. These messages forewarned individuals about potential scarcity, misfortune, significant setbacks, or challenging situations.

The gift of Saturn lies in the pressure it exerts, which serves to maintain our focus on our individual journey. Similar to the zodiac sign it governs, Capricorn, Saturn’s gravity stems from the understanding that certain objectives necessitate persevering through apprehension in order to cultivate greater internal discipline. Jupiter, on the other hand, counterbalances this by instilling faith, optimism, and confidence that the diligent efforts invested will ultimately yield fruitful outcomes.

The planet Saturn does not guarantee success, nevertheless, by methodically outlining the necessary steps and persevering along this trajectory despite potential distractions and uncertainties, individuals can gradually attain a level of expertise that aligns with the standards set by Saturn. This process ultimately leads to the development of unwavering self-confidence.

The influence of Saturn is often perceived as weighty and constraining, which aligns with the inherent characteristics of the physical realm. In instances where individuals feel overwhelmed, inert, or despondent, they may relinquish their autonomy and grant authority to another figure. This authority can manifest in various forms, such as a superior at work, a paternal figure, a spouse, an educator, a confidant, or even an internalised critical voice. Following a period of sufficient humility, individuals may ultimately choose to assert their independence and assume the role of self-governance.

The astrological placement of Saturn in one’s natal chart, specifically in terms of its sign and house position, indicates the potential areas in which significant life challenges may manifest. Despite any negative connotations associated with this celestial body, it is important to recognise that Saturn should not be regarded with fear. In fact, the attainment of success following the overcoming of obstacles can be profoundly fulfilling, accompanied by a profound and enduring understanding of life. This invaluable outcome is bestowed upon our individual destinies by the influence of Saturn, also known as Shani.

According to belief, Prajapati and Yam are considered to be the Adhidevta and Pratyadhidevta of Saturn, respectively.

Saturn is associated with Lord Krishna’s lineage and is depicted as riding a vulture and a chariot crafted from iron. Additionally, Saturn is recognised by other appellations, including Asit, Aarki, Chhayatmaj, Mand, Shanaishchar, Suryaputra, Ravij, Pangu, Saur, and Bhaskari.

In Vedic astrology, Saturn is considered the Karak planet for the 6th, 8th, and 10th houses, as well as for the concept of detachment.

Saturn serves as the significator planet for coal, iron, eggplants, garments of black or blue hue, split black lentils, black grapes, and Indian blackberries.

Saturn is widely regarded as a Karak planet for objects exhibiting a blue hue. It is commonly linked to the anatomical structures of ligaments and the stomach. In the context of detachment, Saturn’s potency within the Kundali is crucial for attaining success. Additionally, Saturn can be associated with the domains of sculpting, service, agriculture, and the labouring class. Furthermore, Saturn’s influence extends to the temporal aspects of an individual’s life, particularly their age and longevity. Favourable placement of Saturn within a horoscope is believed to bestow a prolonged lifespan.

Despite its negative reputation, Saturn is widely regarded as a symbol of instruction and guidance. It exhibits characteristics akin to those of an educator, disciplining individuals for their transgressions while rewarding them for their virtuous actions. Furthermore, Saturn is associated with the concept of justice, assuming the role of a judge and dispensing equitable outcomes based on an individual’s conduct. Consequently, individuals who engage in wrongdoing and possess unfavorable karma are duly recompensed.

Saturn governs the skeletal structure of the human body, particularly the larger bones found in the legs. In accordance with its inherent nature, Saturn is associated with the manifestation of chronic ailments that tend to persist over an extended period of time, often proving to be challenging to remedy. Consequently, individuals afflicted by such conditions must endure prolonged periods of illness. Moreover, those influenced by Saturn’s energy are compelled to exert significant effort in their endeavors throughout life. Saturn symbolizes the laboring class, individuals who toil diligently to secure meagre sustenance. Additionally, Saturn exercises dominion over land and subterranean resources, thereby exerting control over mining operations. Iron is the metal associated with Saturn, while its representative colors are black and blue. The zodiac signs governed by Saturn are Capricorn and Aquarius, with its exaltation occurring in Libra and debilitation in Aries. Aquarius serves as Saturn’s moon-trikona sign.

Saturn is characterized by its adherence to discipline and strictness, and it strongly opposes chaos and disobedience. In the realm of Hindu astrology, Saturn holds significant importance. This celestial body instills fear in individuals due to its unwavering commitment to discipline and strictness. The gradual movement of Saturn across the zodiac offers two significant periods known as Sade Sati and Dahiya. These periods occur multiple times throughout an individual’s life. Sade Sati refers to the phase when Saturn transits the twelfth and second houses relative to the natal moon. Similarly, the period of Dahiya occurs when Saturn is positioned between the fourth and eighth houses from the natal moon. The duration of Sade Sati spans seven and a half years, while the period of Dhaiya lasts for two and a half years.

These two periods are widely acknowledged as challenging phases in an individual’s life. During this time, individuals encounter several adversities and difficulties without receiving any relief or support. From an astrological perspective, this period is believed to be conducive to personal growth and enlightenment, despite the hardships experienced.

Conclusion : 

The experience of enduring hardship can be seen as a means of atoning for one’s transgressions. This concept allows for an examination of the contrasting characteristics of Mars and Saturn. Specifically, individuals influenced by Mars may be driven towards criminal behaviour or theft as a result of the difficulties they face. Conversely, Saturn’s influence prompts individuals to embark on a spiritual journey, compelling them to reflect upon the actions that have led to their current state of suffering. Over time, this process leads to a transformation towards righteousness.

Stay connect for next part where we will discuss about remedies of Sadesati, Story behind  lord of karma which have strong therapeutic effect on human being actions and self understand. Keep reading and stay connected.

 

To be Continued…

Regards, 

Rocky Jamwal | Founder | Author | Vedic siddhanta

 

Source, Reference and link,

  1. Padma and Linga Puran
  2. Shani Shaman, Internet and Wikipedia
  3. https://www.wisdomlib.org/hinduism/book/the-padma-purana/d/doc364205.html
  4. Bhagwat Geeta, Geeta Press, Chapter Karma Yoga

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Unveiling Ayurvedic & Astrological Wonders of Bel Patra/Bilwa Tree -Plant for Visakha Nakashtra

Bilwa tree vedicsiddhanta

Written, Research and compiled | by Rocky Jamwal | August 2023

Unveiling Ayurvedic & Astrological Wonders of Bel Patra or Bilwa Tree – Healing Plant for Visakha Nakashtra

Indulge in our detailed exploration, examining the profound spiritual and curative privileges granted by the exceptional Bel Patra tree. Dive in, enrich your knowledge to explore ayurvedic and astrological miracles of bel patra or bilwa tree. Ayurveda is an old Indian medical science, while astrology is an ancient branch of the study of the heavens and their influence on human health. Together, these two fields shed light on the incredible relationship that exists between the natural world and the health of individuals. The astrological characteristics of Visakha Nakshatra are intertwined with the healing concepts of Ayurveda, and the constellation Bel Patra acts as a bridge between these two realms.

Introduction 

According to an urban legend, the Bilwa Tree is said to have arisen from drops of perspiration that fell from Lord Shiva’s brow when he was participating in a celestial dance. This supernatural link with one of the Hindu trinities dramatically boosted the stature of Bel Patra, making it revered and cherished by devotees all over India.

In Vedic rites and astrology, the Bilwa tree, which is also known as Aegle marmelos, is considered to be of the utmost significance. Lord Shiva is one of the most adored gods in the religion of Hinduism, and this holy tree is seen as a representation of him. Because of their spiritual and therapeutic powers, the leaves, fruits, and roots of the tree are essential components in a variety of religious rites and practises.

It is said that Lord Shiva can be seen dwelling in the Bilwa tree, according to Hindu scriptures. It is stated that bestowing worship on this tree will result in an abundance of benefits and good fortune. The tree is revered during religious celebrations and other happy events because it is thought to bestow virtues such as cleanliness, fertile offspring, and financial success.

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The Ayurvedic/Herbal Plant Bel Patra – Plant for Visakha Nakashtra

 

The Bilwa tree is utilised in a number of different ways throughout Vedic rites in order to call upon the divine for blessings. Garlands made out of the tree’s leaves are presented as an act of devotion to many deities. Garlands are made from the tree’s leaves. It is believed that making a gift of bilwa leaves to Lord Shiva will make him happy and will result in the requests being granted.

The holy Bilwa Patra Pooja is another ritual that makes significant use of the Bilwa tree in many ways. Prayers are said, mantras are chanted, and an offering ritual called aarti is performed using the Bilwa leaves. It is believed that by doing this action, one can cleanse negative energies from the surrounding area and so create an atmosphere that is spiritually chared.

The Importance of Astrological Factors of Bel Patra

According to astrological tradition, the Bilwa tree is connected to the planet Jupiter and Visakha Nakashtra, which is thought to bestow enlightenment, spiritual development, and prosperity upon its owners. It is believed that inviting good energies into a space and positively influencing one’s destiny can be accomplished by cultivating a Bilwa tree either indoors or outside.

In addition, according to Vedic astrology, worshipping the Bilwa tree can minimise the bad effects and result in positive improvements in a person’s life if they are going through a tough phase while being influenced by Jupiter’s malefic effects. This can be especially beneficial if the person is experiencing the difficult phase because of Jupiter’s malefic influences.

Biological and Medicinal classification of Bael

 

The scientific classification of bael is as below
  • Kingdom: Plantae (Angiosperms)
  • Order: Sapindales
  • Family: Rutaceae
  • Subfamily: Aurantioideae
  • Tribe: Aurantieae
  • Genus: Aegle
  • Species: A. marmelos
  • Binomial name: Aegle marmelos

Various names of Bael

  • English name:  Wood apple
  • Arabic:  Safarjale
  • Bengali:  Belpatthar ka paid
  • Hindi:  Bael
  • Marathi:  Belaache zaad
  • Tamil:  Vilvamaran
  • Sinhala:  Beli
  • Gujarati:  Billu
  • Kannada:  Belladi hannu
  • Konkani:  Gorakamili
  • Malyalam:  Koolam
  • Marathi:  Bel
  • Odia:  Baela
  • Urdu:  Bael
  • Indonesia:  Maja
  • Thai:  Matum

Ayurvedic Properties of Bael Tree

 

 

Bael, scientifically known as Aegle marmelos, is a plant of significant spiritual, religious, and medical importance, indigenous to India and Bangladesh, with subsequent distribution over Southeast Asia.

The maturation process of the fruit typically spans a duration of approximately 10 to 11 months. The wood apple possesses inherent qualities of sweetness, fragrance, and astringency. Bel, also known as Aegle marmelos, is a plant that possesses numerous advantageous properties and applications. It has been traditionally employed for the treatment of various ailments including tuberculosis, hepatitis, dysentery, constipation, peptic ulcers, piles, and a multitude of other conditions.

Furthermore, it has demonstrated utility in the treatment of worm infestations and gastrointestinal disorders. Bael or Aegle marmelos, commonly referred to as Bengal quince, golden apple, Japanese bitter orange, stone apple, among other names, is a plant species of interest. This fruit is recognised by multiple appellations, including Wood Apple, Kaitha, Maredu Pandu, Vilam Palam, Belada Hannu, Koovalam, Kothu, Koth Bel, and others. This particular plant is unique among Ayurvedic plants as all of its components, ranging from the root to the leaf, are utilised in the treatment of various ailments.

The consumption of this fruit is believed to have a harmonising effect on the Kaph and Vata doshas. Additionally, its roots have been traditionally associated with enhancing digestive processes, while its leaves are claimed to possess analgesic properties. Furthermore, the stem of this fruit is believed to have a positive impact on cardiovascular health, and the flowers of the bel plant have been traditionally used for the treatment of diarrhoea.

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The Sacred Bilwa Tree: A Connection to Vedic Rituals and Astrology

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In the study conducted by V. NIGAM and V. S. NAMBIAR, it is stated that Aegle marmelos, also known as Bael, is a plant that is mentioned in the ancient Sanskrit medical text, Charak Samhita. The plant in question is widely recognised as a medicinal herb within the Ayurvedic and Siddha systems of medicine, as well as in several folk medicine traditions. It is commonly employed to address a diverse range of health conditions. Aegle Marmelos, also referred to as bael, is a member of the Rutaceae family.

According to Ayurvedic principles, bael is classified as a tridosh har, meaning it is believed to possess therapeutic properties that can alleviate imbalances associated with the three doshas: bile, wind, and phlegm. Aegle marmelos, often known as Bilva, holds significant religious and cultural importance in Hinduism since it is believed to symbolise the divine presence of Lord Shiva. This sacred tree is revered for its spiritual attributes and is said to possess mystical powers.

The Bilwa tree, also known as the Bael tree, possesses considerable religious and cultural importance in Hindu mythology, primarily due to its strong association with Lord Shiva. According to prevalent belief, Bilwa leaves hold significant importance in the ritualistic worship of Lord Shiva, since they are believed to serve as a dwelling place for the deity.

The leaves of the Bilwa tree have a trifoliate morphology, which symbolically represents the three primary qualities, known as gunas, namely sattva, rajas, and tamas. The term “sattva” is used to symbolise a state of purity, while “rajas” is associated with passion, and “tamas” is indicative of ignorance. Devotees participate in the ritualistic practise of presenting these leaves as an endeavour to cleanse and enhance their cognitive, corporeal, and metaphysical capacities, so cultivating a more profound communion with the transcendent being, Lord Shiva.

In the context of the veneration of Lord Shiva, adherents engage in the act of presenting a range of offerings, encompassing floral tributes, water, and fragrant substances such as incense. Nevertheless, the act of presenting Bilwa leaves carries a distinct importance. It is widely believed that the leaves possess the ability to appease Lord Shiva and bestow his divine gifts. As per the Shiva Purana, the act of presenting a trifoliate Bilwa leaf to Lord Shiva is considered equivalent to the offering of one thousand lotus blossoms. According to belief, the act of presenting this little tribute is said to be reciprocated by Lord Shiva, who bestows rewards as an expression of his devotion and affection.

The act of venerating Lord Shiva through the utilisation of Bilwa leaves is widely regarded to confer a multitude of advantages to adherents. Several examples of these include:

The act of offering Bilwa leaves with extreme dedication is believed to possess the ability to cleanse sins and negative karma, hence bestowing spiritual purity.

The acquisition of wisdom: It is believed that the Bilwa leaves create vibrations that might improve concentration, so facilitating the acquisition of knowledge and comprehension.

Physical and psychological healing: The therapeutic attributes of Bilwa leaves are recognised for their efficacy in alleviating many diseases and enhancing mental health.

The purported ability of Bilwa leaves to ward off malevolent forces and bad influences is attributed to the believed presence of Lord Shiva within them, which is said to establish a defensive barrier against such detrimental energies and maleficent entities.

Hence, the integration of the veneration of Lord Shiva alongside the use of Bilwa leaves within an individual’s spiritual regimen can yield profound and transformative outcomes in their existence.

The Bilwa tree is of great importance in the Shiva Purana, serving as a representation of profound devotion and spiritual advancement. Devotees engage in the act of presenting Bilwa leaves to Lord Shiva as a means of purifying themselves and beseeching his divine blessings. The advantages of this revered practise transcend the world of the physical, resulting in enhanced mental, emotional, and spiritual welfare. When encountering a Bilwa tree in the future, it is advisable to pause and acknowledge its inherent sanctity and the profound wisdom it embodies.

Embrace the ethos of unwavering commitment and observe its profound impact on the trajectory of your life.

What Scriptures says about Bilwa Tree:

 

 

Sri Sooktam Says ;

According to belief, the Bilva tree is said to have originated from the divine presence of Goddess Sri Maha Lakshmi. Additionally, the Sri Sooktham hymn serves as a form of praise and adoration for the revered Goddess Lakshmi.

“Aadithya varnae tapassodhi jaatho
Vanaspathi stava vrukshotha bilvaha
Tasya phalani tapasaanudantu
Mayaantha raayaashcha baahya alakshmeehi”

 

The translation of this stotra is given below.

“Oh Lakshmi, your complexion is like that of a morning sun; a vanaspathi (tree bearing fruits without flowering) called Bilva was brought forth as a result of your pious acts of austerity. My miseries and poverty, both internal (ignorance) and external, may be driven away by the fruits of the tree thanks to your favour. One who does austerities under a bilva tree and focuses their meditation on the deity Sri Maha Lakshmi is said to be blessed with the ability to have all of their wishes come true. This is a belief that has been passed down from generation to generation. 

 

What Shiv Mahapurana Says;

The Bilva tree has been revered and regarded as a sacred and auspicious entity in Hindu writings and scriptures throughout history. Its profound sanctity is explicitly highlighted in the Mahapuranas, where its importance is elucidated through diverse manifestations of mantras. The Shiva Purana provides a specific account on the advantageous employment of bilva in human society, citing its scientific and therapeutic characteristics.

The 22nd chapter of the Maha Shiva Purana recounts the significance of the trifoliate Bilva Patra as a sacred symbol of Lord Shiva. Esteemed by all deities, the significance of this entity is challenging for individuals to fully grasp. The knowledge of the sacred tree is inherently limited in scope. The placement of sacred sites on Earth is exclusively situated at the foundation of this revered tree.

Individuals who engage in the practise of meditation upon Lord Mahadeva, namely in His linga form situated at the base of the Bilva tree, are able to achieve Moksha, the ultimate liberation, and experience spiritual purification through their connection with Shiva. The aforementioned wonders pertain to the revered Bilva.

The renowned Shri Bilvashtakam, namely in verses 6 and 7, makes reference to.

 

Lakshmyaascha stana utpannam Mahaadeva sadaa priyam, Bilva vriksham prayachchhaami eka bilvam Shivaarpanam. [Lakshmyaascha stana utpannam Mahaadeva sadaa priyam].

Darshanam bilva vrikshasya sparshanam paapanaashanam and Aghorapaapasamhaaram eka bilvam shivarpanam are both examples of bilvam shivarpanam.

 

Translation:

“I offer a single bilva leaf to Lord Shiva, who always holds great affection for the breasts that have emerged from the goddess Lakshmi. The act of beholding the bilva tree is believed to have the power to eliminate sins, while touching it is considered to be an act of purification. Offering a single bilva leaf to Lord Shiva is believed to be capable of absolving even the most heinous sins.”

The Bilva tree holds a special significance for Mahadeva since it is said to have originated from the divine essence of Goddess Lakshmi. I request the tree to present a bilva leaf as an offering to Lord Shiva. The act of observing the Bilva tree and making physical contact with it is believed to possess the ability to absolve individuals of their transgressions. The most severe karmic consequences can be mitigated through the act of presenting a Bilva leaf as an offering to the deity Lord Shiva.

According to popular belief, the bel tree is also considered to be the abode of Lakshmi, the deity associated with wealth. Individuals who engage in the ritualistic practise of puja, specifically directed towards the deities Shiva and Parvati, with unwavering devotion and employing the utilisation of leaves, shall be bestowed with profound spiritual abilities.

Spiritual Essence of Bilwa Tree

 

 

Offerings of leaves have been made to gods and goddesses like Shiva and Parvathi in religious ceremonies going all the way back to ancient times. The Bael tree is a sacred deciduous tree that is closely associated with a number of gods and goddesses due to its significant medicinal properties, in particular its calming effects. The aforementioned tree is extremely well-liked in Shiva and Vishnu temples, and it is frequently referred to as the temple garden plant because of its prevalence in these religious spaces.

It is possible to cultivate it in any dwelling that is used for domestic purposes. This particular plant has trifoliate leaves, which are arranged in a manner that is symbolic of the three main deities of Hinduism: Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva. There is a striking resemblance between the individual leaflets of the trifoliate leaves and the trisoolam, which is the legendary weapon linked with Lord Shiva. The sacred importance of the tree extends to the Jain religion as well.

Under a bael tree, Bhagwan Parasnathji, the 23rd Tirthankara, attained knowledge and became the Tirthankara. In temples dedicated to Shiva, worshippers receive leaflets as prasadam, and in temples dedicated to Vishnu, they receive tulsi. The religious significance of Bael cannot be overstated. In the context of the Hindu religion, it is common practise to make offerings to various deities during prayer rituals by presenting the leaves and fruit of a specific plant. The worship of Shiva is given a particular focus within this setting.

In addition, the leaves of this plant are utilised in the religious ceremonies of the Viva Rupra and the Parvati. There is ample evidence that the fruit is utilised in religious rites and ceremonies, as well as that it is mentioned in both the Vedas and the Mahabharata.

In the research paper that Neha Parmar, Suman Singh, and Bhupesh Patel produced, a detailed historical and ethno-medical analysis of Bilva Patra is provided. An extensive number of references from ancient writings such as the Yajurveda, Atharvaveda, Brahmanas, Kalpasutras, and Puranas are cited in the work, which is an indication of the broad acceptance and use of bilva in traditional medicinal practises.

This topic is also discussed in the Mahabharata and the Ramayana, both of which were written by Valmiki. The Taitiriya Brahamana mentions the Bilva tree as a tree linked with auspiciousness, while the Baudhayana Dhamasutra acknowledges the Bilva tree as one of the venerated trees in its historical setting. It was believed that the fruit known as bilva, which was considered to be the most sacred of all fruits at the time, held enormous religious and cultural significance in the historical context of ancient India.

It was most frequently utilised in temple settings as the major food offering that was delivered to the gods and goddesses there. The coconut has surpassed the bilva fruit as the fruit of choice for religious offerings in modern times. It is also commonly regarded as a symbol of total submission to a superior authority at this time. The symbolism of the Bilva plant is prominently featured throughout the Hindu faith.

On the crown and the trident of Shiva, the trifoliate leaves of the Bilva plant are depicted extensively in prominent positions. In addition, the three points at the end of each leaf represent the holy trinity that is comprised of Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva. In order to lessen the impact of the unfavourable effects, the amulets were fashioned and worn with the intention of doing so. The plant in question has been extensively acknowledged as a symbol of corpulence and fecundity due to its progressive development from the base to the uppermost branches, which is accompanied by an annual production of fruits. This has led to the plant being widely identified as a representation of corpulence and fecundity.

One of the eight leaves of bilva that are presented to Lord Shiva as an offering is believed to be the Mokshasadhanam, or the means by which one can achieve liberation, in accordance with the Lingarchanchandrika, which is a sacred text. This belief is based on the belief that one of these leaves is the Mokshasadhanam. According to Maitra, the bilva tree has a reputation for being able to encapsulate the spirit of heavenly illumination. The Shankhyana Aranyaka suggests that in order to accomplish a number of goals, one should adorn themselves with the ‘Bilva Mani’ as a type of decoration. This is done in the hopes of achieving the results they seek.

The elimination of unpleasant dreams (Dusvapnanashana), the destruction of malicious energies (Rakshoghna), the accomplishment of rejuvenation and longevity (Rasayana), the maintenance of progeny (Prajasthapana), and the protection against venomous substances (Vishaghna) are some of these benefits.

Bathing with water that has been flavoured with Bilva Patra is considered to be a traditional part of the wedding ceremony. In addition, the Upanayana Samskara recommends that its practitioners dress in bilva-danda. Bilva was used as a tool or implement by the Babylonians circa 7000 years ago. According to the findings of a study that was carried out in 1996 by Alimas and colleagues, the significance of trees extends to the Jain religion. The Jain people regard trees as sacred because of their connection to Bhagwan Parasnathji, the 23rd Tirthankara, who is believed to have attained enlightenment while sitting beneath a Bilva tree.

It is stated in the Agnipurana that the act of inhaling the oil that is extracted from this particular plant is thought to enhance the individual’s poetic powers as well as promote lifespan.

In addition, gastroenteritis can be treated by administering a decoction that is made of Bilva fruits, Mangifera indica, Dolicos lablab, Woodfordia fruiticosa, and Zingiber ofcinale, together with molasses and buttermilk. Another treatment option that is indicated is the consumption of a decoction that is comprised of bilva, aconitum heterophyllum, and holerrhena antidysenterica. This is an alternative treatment. Traditional beliefs ascribe curative qualities to bilva, specifically those that enable it to alleviate fevers, as well as the discomfort and coughing that accompany fevers.

The Shiva Mahapurana & the Story of hunter

 

 

In the Shiva Purana, the story of the repercussions of venerating Lord Shiva with the bel leaf is recounted in narrative form.

On the night of Maha Shivaratri, a hunter was driven to go out and engage in hunting activities because of the urgent need to satisfy the hunger of his family. Due to the fact that this day is devoted to the worship of Lord Shiva, it carries with it a tremendous religious significance.

In the end, the hunter was unsuccessful in his attempts to find any game. The individual climbed up a tree that was located close to a body of water and assumed a stance of expectancy, with the hopes of witnessing a creature that was unaware of its surroundings that was seeking hydration. This person had no idea that the tree they had climbed was actually a bilva tree until after they had reached the top. A Shivling, an artefact that represents the god Shiva and is venerated for its role in religious worship, was found near the bottom of the tree where it had been planted.

The person consistently scattered bilva leaves into the ground over the night, and these leaves eventually settled on the Shivling. This behaviour continued until the morning. Because of the hunter’s unintentional worship of Lord Shiva, he was able to undergo a profound transformation that endowed him with the attributes of empathy and comprehension. As a result, he was released from the burden of the negative actions he had committed in the past.

The advent of the bilva tree is said to have been caused by the perspiration of Parvati, who is the consort of Shiva, according to the Nagara Khanda of the Skanda Purana.

As a result of all of the strenuous tasks that she engaged in, the goddess Parvati, who is also known as the renowned Daughter of the Mountain, became exhausted. Her forehead began to sweat, and a bead of moisture eventually fell to the ground below. The Mandara mountain, which is rather visible, is home to a tree that has achieved great growth.

Parvati suggested that the tree, which had emerged from the earth near to her, be given the name Bilva. Bilva was the name of one of the gods.

If a person approaches this tree with the utmost reverence and collects its leaves, they will surely elevate themselves to the position of supreme ruler over the surrounding territory. If a person with steadfast faith were to engage in the act of worship towards me, using the leaves as a conduit, they would be able to have any wish they had come true that they may have. If a person is able to maintain even a rudimentary level of belief in the ritual of worship while looking at the leaves of the bilva plant, then I will definitely bestow abundant blessings upon that person.

If a person makes the decision to consume the very tip of the foliage, then a great number of their indiscretions are automatically removed from their record. In the event that an individual places the tip of a leaf upon their cranium, it is believed that no type of pain delivered by Yama, the Hindu deity of death, shall cause that individual to experience misery. This is because the apex of the leaf is placed upon the individual’s head.

The leaf known as Bilva-Patrais comes from a tree in the Hindu religion that is considered to be sacred. This tree is named Bael (). Its sanctity is analogous to that of the leaves of the Tulsi plant. In point of fact, the use of Bilva-Patra by Shiva is analogous to the use of Tulsi leaves by Vishnu. In English, the word “Bael” can also be translated as “Stone Apple,” “Wood Apple,” “Golden Apple,” or “Bengal Quince.” It is most generally referred to as Bael or Bel in Hindi, and a leaf of Bael is referred to as Bel-Patta. The bird is called “Aegle Marmelos” in the scientific community.The word for this in Sanskrit is Bilva-Patra.

In Hindu Scriptures, it is said to have originated within the chest of the goddess Lakshmi. The following is made abundantly obvious by the sixth “Shloka” of the “Bilvashtakam”:

 

लक्ष्म्याः स्तनत उत्पन्नं महादेवस्य प्रियम्

बिल्ववृक्षं प्रयच्छामिबिल्वपत्रं शिवार्पणं 6

                            Lakshmya stanat utpannam mahadevasya ch priyam

                            bilvavriksham prayachchhami bilvapatram shivarpanam.

Meaning:

I make this offering of the bael tree, which is said to have grown from the centre of Goddess Lakshmi and is favoured by Mahadev. As a result, I make an offering of Bilva-Patra to the god Shiva.

 

A Bilva-Patra leaf is a compound leaf, which means it is composed of three individual leaflets. Shiva is quite fond of the Bilva-Patra, which has three leaves, and it is given to him as an offering. It is quite uncommon for a single leaf to produce more than three leaflets, which is one of the things that attracts the attention and interest of devotees. On the premises of the Baba Baidyanathdham Temple, where the complex is located, I have witnessed such leaves being offered for sale at a higher price. However, it is not appropriate to present Shiva with these leaves, as it is made abundantly plain in the first “Shloka” of the “Bilvashtakam” as follows:

 

त्रिदलं  त्रिगुणाकारं  त्रिनेत्रं  च  त्रयायुधम् 

त्रिजन्म पापसंहारम् बिल्वपत्रं शिवार्पणं ।1। 

Tridalam trigunakaram trinetram ch tryaudham
trijanma pap-sanharam bilvapatra Shivarpanam.

Meaning:

(As an offering, I present the three-leafed Bilva-patra, which possesses the attributes of Sat, Raj, and Tam, which symbolises the three eyes of Shiva as well as the three weapons, and which purges the sins of three previous incarnations.)

 

Explanation : 

This “Shloka” is also spoken when presenting Shiva with the bilva-patra sacrifice. In addition to having three leaflets, it should have the following characteristics: it should be soft, without holes, without spots (), and unbroken. It is necessary to cut away the more substantial portion of the ‘Belpatta’ twig () that is linked to the tree (called a vajra). When making an offering to Shiva or any of the other gods, the “Belpatra” should be turned over so that the smooth side is towards the “Linga” and the pointy end should be facing away from the devotee. There is a text called the “Bilvashtakam” that is eight verses long and discusses the significance of Bilva-Patra.

In order to prepare the leaves for the offering, a white sandalwood paste () is either rubbed into them or sprinkled over them. The beverage known as Bilva-Patra is presented to not only Shiva but also each and every member of the Shiva family ( ), including Nandi the Guard. Ganesh, Gouri (Shakti), and her incarnations like as Durga, Kaali, and Kartikeya are all given Bilva-Patra as an offering.

People sometimes write “” with sandalwood paste () or kunkum () on leaflets and then gift them to Shiva since Shiva is similar to a follower of Rama. Since Hanuman is an avatar of Shiva and is also known as the Rudra avatar, the ‘Bilva-Patra’ is also presented to Hanuman during his worship.

Some devotees are of the opinion that the three leaflets of the Bilva-Patra are symbolic representations of Shiva’s three eyes: the two lower leaflets are thought to stand for Shiva’s two normal eyes, while the one upper leaflet is thought to represent Shiva’s third eye, which is located on his forehead.

In Bhubaneswar, a Pundit at the Shiva temple provides holy water along with a piece of Bilva-Patra to worshippers, just as he does in every other temple in North India. This holy water is called “Charanamrit” and it contains Tulsi leaves.

The amount of bilva-patras that are presented to Shiva can range anywhere from one to more than lakhs, depending on the individual’s ability to procure them and their financial situation. During the months of “Saavan” and “Aashaadh,” I was present when some devotees presented Baba Basukinath with an offering of one lakh and twenty-five thousand ( ) Bilva-Patras.

Even though it is common practise to refrain from offering the same thing to a deity more than once, in the case of the Bilva-Patra, if someone does not have access to it and they observe some Bilva-Patras being placed over the Shiva-lingam, they are allowed to grab one, wash it and then re-offer it to Shiva. Because Shiva is so merciful to his devotees, he even acknowledges and appreciates the intangible gifts they give him. As is the case in the opening verse of “Shiva Manas Pujan Stotram,” numerous items, including Bilva-Patra, are offered in the imagination:

 

Ratnaih kalpitam aasanam himjalaih snanam ch divyambaram

Nana ratna vibhooshitam    mrigmadamodankitam chandanam

jatichampakvilvapatra  rachitam  pushpam  ch  dhoopam tatha

Deepam dev  dayanidhe  pashupate   hritkalpitam  grihyataam.

 

Meaning :  The Bilva-Patra and the fruits inspire devotees to bring this tree into their homes on the university campus. The presence of a bilva-tree on the campus contributes to the expansion of one’s money, name, and popularity. Not only this, but because the tree of Bael is a representation of Shiva himself, after people get out of bed in the morning, they look at the tree and say “namaskar” to it, as well as pronounce this “Shloka,” which is a verse from the Shiva Purana.

Darshanam Bilva Vrikshasya Sparshnam Papnashnam

Aghor    Papsanharam     Bilvapatram     Shivarpanam.

Meaning : The act of worshipping the Shiva-linga beneath a ‘Bilva Tree’ yields significant benefits. The act of irrigating a ‘Bilva-Tree’ with ordinary water or water from the Ganges river, often known as ‘Jalam’ or ‘Gangajalam’, respectively, is believed to bestow the spiritual merit equivalent to visiting all sacred pilgrimage sites, known as ‘Tirthas’. The act of applying water sourced from the vicinity of the tree’s root to the forehead results in the eradication of all “Papam”.

 

Astrological Importance of Bilwa Patra

 

 

Individuals who are born under the influence of the Visakha Nakashtra and Scorpio moon sign, or those who have a birth in the Visakha Lagana nakshatras, are advised to engage in the practise of planting a Bilwa Patra tree in their personal garden and providing it with regular watering. Alternatively, individuals experiencing health concerns associated with the liver or stomach are recommended to consume Bilva juice on a daily basis. This practise is believed to counteract any adverse effects cau

The experience of meditation beneath this particular tree has the potential to evoke a profound sense of bliss among individuals born under the Visakha Nakashtra. In addition to the act of planting, it is recommended to perform Rudra abhishek, a ritualistic offering, using Bilwa Patra, fruits, milk, and the remaining Panch Amrits. The malefic effect of Jupiter can be remedied at an accelerated rate via meticulous attention and unwavering dedication.

Anyone whose Bhadhaka planet is Jupiter are advised to engage in the practise of planting or donating a Bilwa plant to anyone in need or near the Shiva Linga within a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. This ritual is believed to effectively mitigate the adverse effects associated with the Bhadhaka planet.

In the event that Jupiter exhibits malefic influences, it may potentially manifest adverse effects on liver functionality, resulting in elevated enzyme levels, unregulated sexual appetite, complications with the gall bladder, disturbances in kidney enzyme activity, and occasionally an escalation in the incidence of infections or diabetes. Excessive heat in the stomach and liver can result in elevated levels of bilirubin, leading to the manifestation of jaundice. Additionally, this condition may contribute to bodily weakness, gastric disturbances, and the development of constipation, among other potential consequences.

The reason for this is in accordance with the framework of the five limbs. Nakshatras are recognised and observed for their influence on mental and physical well-being. Any disruption to the native’s birth nakshatras has the potential to adversely affect their mental and physical well-being. One predominant factor contributing to the susceptibility of those with illnesses in the Scorpion moon and Visakha Nakashtra’s lord via nodes to liver and reproductive organ issues is their Dasha padas.

The potential association between the Visakha Nakashtra deity and deities such as Indra, who embodies transformation and strength, and Agni, the god of fire, may contribute to the inclination of Visakha individuals towards extremity in several aspects of life, including their sexual desires, pursuit of power, and appetite for success.

An elevation in the levels of Tamsik and Rakashas Gana within this nakshatra has the potential to result in health complications stemming from excessive engagement in sexual activities, heightened hunger, increased appetite, impaired digestion, gastrointestinal problems, flatulence, and predominantly liver-related ailments.

The most effective solution for alleviating the negative effects associated with the Viskhna Nakashtra (Scorpion) moon sign entails the cultivation of a bilwa tree and the regular consumption of bilwa fruit, as well as the practise of worshipping Lord Shiva using Bilwa Patra and fruit.

 

 

Medically speaking, bilwa has a wide range of applications, including the following:

1) It has the ability to treat conditions such as diarrhoea, cholera, haemorrhoids, and vitiligo.

2) It can lessen the severity of ulcers in the stomach.

3) Capacity to fight microorganisms

4) It is effective in treating scurvy.

5) is capable of regulating cholesterol levels.

6) has the ability to remedy breathing issues.

7) Used to reduce inflammation.

8) It can be used as a treatment for conditions related to the heart.

9) has the ability to relieve constipation.

10) has the ability to manage diabetes.

 

Nutritional Value of Bael Fruit

The various nutrients in a bael fruit per 100gm.

Nutrients Amount

Carbohydrate 31.8 gm

Fat 0.3 g

Proteins 1.8 gm.

Vitamins

Vitamin A 55 mg.

Vitamin B Rich in Vitamin B1 and B2

Vitamin C 60 mg.

Thiamine 0.13 mg.

Riboflavin 1.19 mg.

Niacin 1.1 mg.

Carotene 55 mg.

Minerals

Calcium 85 mg.

Potassium 600 mg.

Fiber 2.9 gm.

Water 61.5 g.

Energy 137 k.cal

Energy 137 k.cal

There are ten advantages to eating bael.

 

  • Treatment of TB with Bael According to Ayurveda, this herb can be used as a treatment for TB.
  • The use of bael for the treatment of gynaecological conditions The use of bael on a regular basis can help avoid gynaecological conditions.
  • Urinary disorders and Bael: The consumption of bel can assist in the resolution of issues associated with urinary disorders.
  • A Bael for the Prevention of Diabetes: Bitter and pungent, it is loaded with antioxidants and helps stimulate the pancreas to generate insulin, which in turn results in a reduction in blood sugar levels. Diabetes can be treated with the leaves of the plant.
  • Bael for Digestive Disorders: It protects the digestive system from ulceration, lowers the frequency of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), and lessens intestinal spasm, making it useful for the treatment of diarrhoea, dysentery, and other infections of the elementary canal.
  • Bael has been shown to be effective in the treatment and prevention of fever when the leaf juice is combined with honey.
  • Tonics made from flowers are often recommended for people who suffer from epilepsy.
  • Nutritional Information Regarding Bael It has a high concentration of alkaloids, polysaccharides, antioxidants, beta-carotene, vitamin C, vitamin B, and a wide variety of other biochemical compounds. Tannins, calcium, phosphorus, iron, protein, and fibre are some of the other components that can be found in it. The following nutrients can be found in one hundred grammes of bael: Value in terms of calories (137), moisture content (61.5g), protein (1.8g), fat (.3g), minerals (1.7g), fibre (2.9g), carbohydrates (31.8mg), calcium (85mg), phosphorus (50mg), iron (.7mg), beta-carotene (55 UG), thiamine (.13mg), niacin (1.1mg), vitamin C (8 mg), and copper (.21 mg).
  • The Use of Bael for the Treatment of Pile: It is beneficial to use the extract of unripe bel fruit in the treatment of piles and haemorrhoids.
  • As a result of the calming effects that it has on the digestive system, bael lowers the amount of acidity that is produced in the stomach. This property makes bael effective for the treatment of ulcers of many types, including gastric ulcers, gastroduodenal ulcers, and others.

The applications of Bael

  1. The juice derived from this particular fruit is commonly utilised in the creation of beverages and fruit concentrates, particularly during the summer season, owing to its inherently saccharine and agreeable qualities.
  2. The fragile leaves of the Bael tree are commonly utilised in culinary applications, particularly as ingredients in salads.
  3. The process of absorption carried out by this substance contributes to the purification of the atmosphere by effectively removing hazardous gases.
  4. This substance is employed to enhance one’s appetite.
  5. The oil derived from it is utilised for the treatment of respiratory ailments.
  6. It finds application in the production of confectionery, beverages, caramel, powdered extracts, and several edible commodities.

The medicinal properties of the bael fruit

  1. The therapeutic properties of Bel are attributed to its rich composition of many biochemical compounds, including alkaloids, antioxidants, polysaccharides, and essential oils.
  2. The interior flesh of the bael fruit possesses various beneficial properties, including curative, pesticidal, nutritional, and therapeutic attributes. Consequently, it is utilised for the management and alleviation of numerous ailments and disorders.
  3. The leaves of the wood apple tree has therapeutic properties and are employed for the purpose of reducing blood cholesterol levels.
  4. The substance possesses anti-inflammatory properties. The application of its extracts to the affected area has been found to be effective in the treatment of inflammation.
  5. The roots of Bael possess antidiarrheal properties, serve as an antidote for snake venom, and have anti-inflammatory effects that aid in the process of healing.

The potential benefits of consuming Bel juice.

  1. Bel juice possesses beneficial characteristics that make it effective in alleviating constipation due to its laxative effects.
  2. Bel juice provides effective relief for conditions such as heartburn, acidity, hyperacidity, and indigestion.
  3. In the case of individuals experiencing intestinal parasites, it is recommended to consume bael juice because to its potential antidotal properties.
  4. The consumption of Aegle marmelos juice has been found to have potential benefits for cardiovascular health and cognitive function. The combination of Bel juice and ghee has been found to have potential benefits in the prevention of heart disease. Additionally, it is employed as a cardiac tonic.
  5. The consumption of raw Bel leaves has been found to be effective in addressing several gastrointestinal issues.
  6. Bael juice is a beverage that is known for its high vitamin C content and its potential efficacy in the treatment of scurvy.

It is important to use caution

Bael, a plant of Ayurvedic significance, possesses advantageous properties; nonetheless, it is not without its associated adverse consequences. Prior to consuming the fruit, it is advisable to practise prudence under the following circumstances.

  1. Abdominal issues might arise as a result of excessive ingestion of bael.
  2. Constipation may occur as a result of consuming a higher quantity of the fruit.
  3. During pregnancy, it is not recommended to consume Bel.
  4. nursing: It is advisable to refrain from engaging in nursing.
  5. Surgery: Its utilisation should be avoided in surgical procedures.
  6. Diabetes: It is important to use caution while administering medication aimed at reducing blood sugar levels, as there is a possibility of inducing hypoglycemia. Consequently, diligent monitoring of blood sugar levels is advised.
  7. Hypertension: Individuals with elevated blood pressure should refrain from consuming this particular fruit.

Conclusion : 

Overall we can say that bilwa leaves are revered for their ability to pacify deities and grant celestial gifts. It is believed that Shiva, who bestows prizes as an expression of devotion and respect, will acknowledge and appreciate this modest tribute by giving gifts.

I hope you will like this article and follow these rituals and benefits of Bael in your day-to-day life to have better spiritual and physical health. Keep reading and keep sharing.

 

With thanks and Regards,

Rocky Jamwal

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Ayurveda Medical Dictionary by  Ranganayakulu Potturu

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Skanda Puran, Chapter 250, Creation of bilwa Tree
Sacred Plants of India by By Nanditha Krishna

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The Karma Theory in vedic astrology part 1: Know about Astrology, Past life and karma Connection ?

The Karma Theory in Vedic Astrology, Part 1: Astrology and Karma Theory, Understanding Karma Astrologically

Revised, Compiled and Re-edited

By Rocky Jamwal | 2023  

 

Introduction

The Upanishadic notion of karma serves as a foundational principle in Hindu philosophy, providing a framework for comprehending the relationship between actions and their consequences. The Upanishads, being an old text, offer profound insights pertaining to the fundamental basis of existence and the intricate interrelation between actions and their subsequent outcomes.

The Upanishads claim that karma encompasses the aggregate of an individual’s physical and mental activities, and the consequent outcomes that shape their current and forthcoming experiences. The concept underscores the notion that each action elicits a commensurate reaction, so establishing a cyclical pattern of causality that governs an individual’s existence.

The Bhagavad Gita provides a comprehensive elucidation of the principles of karma, reincarnation, and rebirth, with several verses, known as shlokas, expounding upon the concept of karma. The Bhagavad Gita demonstrates substantial influence from the Upanishads, despite its incorporation into the broader context of the Mahabharata.

The Gita is presented in a conversational structure involving Sri Krishna and Arjuna, taking place during the notable occurrence referred to as the dharmaudha, or morally justifiable conflict, in Kurukshetra. The Gita not only elucidates essential truths, but also posits that any manner of existence or mode of religious devotion undertaken by humans, provided it is motivated by a genuine aspiration for personal betterment, ought to be recognised and esteemed.

This article aims to elucidate the fundamental aspects of the Karma theory within the context of Vedic philosophy, Bhagwad Geeta, and the teachings of Bhagwan Shri Krishna and Swami Sivananda Saraswathi. Additionally, it will expound upon the astrological principles that underpin these concepts. It is anticipated that this will facilitate a more comprehensive comprehension of the underlying principles of karma in a meaningful manner.

 

 

Karma theory in Hinduism, Vedic philosophy, and Vedic astrology

कर्मण्येवाधिकारस्ते मा फलेषु कदाचन। मा कर्मफलहेतुर्भूर्मा ते सङ्गोऽस्त्वकर्मणि॥ २-४७

Karmanye vadhikaraste Ma Phaleshu Kadachana । Ma Karmaphalaheturbhurma Te Sangostvakarmani ।।

Meaning– Your right is to perform your work, but never to the results. Never be motivated by the results of your actions, nor should you be attached to not performing your prescribed duties.

( Bhagwat Geeta, chapter 2 )

Interpretation :  In this discourse, Divine Sri Krishna advises individuals to priorities their focus on the execution of karma, rather than fixating on the outcomes or results of their acts. Furthermore, Sri Krishna emphasizes the importance of adopting a selfless mindset when engaging in one’s duties and responsibilities within the realm of Karam Bhumi.

Karma is purportedly influenced by multiple elements, encompassing intention, motive, and the inherent moral nature of the conduct. The Upanishads emphasise the significance of engaging in virtuous behaviours with sincere motives, as these behaviours result in favourable consequences and facilitate spiritual development.

In addition, the Upanishads emphasise the philosophical notion of samsara, denoting the perpetual cycle of birth, mortality, and subsequent reincarnation. The prevailing belief posits that the karmic actions of an individual play a pivotal role in moulding their future existences, exerting influence over their circumstances and encounters. Positive activities are often believed to contribute to an elevated state of existence, whereas negative actions are associated with lower states of being or even the experience of misery.

The Upanishads also introduce the concept of moksha, which signifies emancipation from the cyclic nature of samsara. The attainment of moksha is often regarded as the paramount objective of human existence, representing the liberation from the entanglements of karma and the realisation of a profound connection with the divine. The attainment of emancipation is achieved through the process of self-realization and the recognition of the authentic essence of reality.

In essence, the Upanishadic doctrine of karma offers a complete theoretical structure for comprehending the intricate interplay between human actions and their subsequent outcomes. The text underscores the need of adhering to a virtuous lifestyle and underscores the possibilities for spiritual advancement and escape from the perpetual cycle of reincarnation. The acknowledgement of karma’s influence motivates individuals to make deliberate decisions that are in accordance with moral principles, so facilitating their progression towards an elevated level of existence.

The concept of karma holds considerable significance in Vedic astrology. The prevailing belief posits that the activities undertaken in previous incarnations exert influence over an individual’s current circumstances and forthcoming experiences. In my capacity as an astrologer, I engage in the examination of planetary positions within a birth chart in order to acquire a deeper understanding of an individual’s karmic patterns.

Karma is a concept that pertains to the principle of causality, wherein each action is believed to produce corresponding outcomes. According to the principles of Vedic astrology, it is widely acknowledged that individuals bear the burden of prarabdha karma, denoting the segment of their previous life’s deeds that have matured and are presently exerting an impact on their current existence. The manifestation of prarabdha karma might encompass both favourable and unfavourable situations, contingent upon the inherent characteristics of our previous acts.

The arrangement of celestial bodies in a natal chart yields significant insights about an individual’s karmic inclinations. Every celestial body in our solar system symbolises distinct facets of human existence and possesses its own karmic implications. One illustrative instance involves the association of Saturn with karmic lessons and duties, juxtaposed with Jupiter’s representation of spiritual growth and insight.

Through an examination of the celestial arrangements and their interplay, one can discern the domains of existence in which an individual may encounter the repercussions of their prior deeds. The potential influence of karmic forces in various aspects of life, including as relationships, careers, health, or wealth, can be inferred from the relative strength or weakness of specific celestial bodies, namely planets.

It is noteworthy to acknowledge that Vedic astrology does not perceive karma as a punitive measure, but rather as a catalyst for personal development and advancement. Gaining insight into one’s karmic patterns can facilitate individuals in making deliberate decisions and implementing suitable measures to manage adversities and augment their spiritual progression.

In summary, the notion of karma in Vedic astrology underscores the intrinsic interdependence between our preceding, ongoing, and forthcoming circumstances. Through the examination of the planetary positions within a birth chart, I possess the ability to offer discerning observations of an individual’s karmic inclinations. This enables me to provide guidance that facilitates educated decision-making, ultimately fostering personal development and a sense of contentment.

Origination of Karma 

The concept of karma holds significant roots in Vedic, Eastern philosophy and spirituality. The concept that determines the consequences of our acts, both in the present life and in subsequent lifetimes, is considered to be of essential importance. The term “karma” originates from Sanskrit and carries the connotation of “action” or “deed,” underscoring the significance of individual accountability for one’s own acts. Karma can be conceptualized as a metaphysical principle governing the relationship between actions and their consequences in the cosmic realm. The proposition posits that any action undertaken, regardless of its moral quality, generates an energy that will ultimately manifest itself in a reciprocal manner. This implies that engaging in favourable behaviours will yield favourable results, but engaging in unfavourable behaviours would lead to adverse repercussions.

The concept of karma is intricately associated with the doctrine of reincarnation in Santana dharma . Based on this particular belief system, it is posited that upon the cessation of an individual’s life, they undergo a process of reincarnation whereby they are subsequently born into new corporeal forms. The conditions and experiences encountered in their subsequent existence are purportedly shaped by the cumulative effects of their past actions, known as karma, across prior lifetimes. Put simply, the choices and behaviours we engage in during our present existence have a profound influence on the course of our subsequent existences.

 

Definition of Karma and Its Relation to Astrology: What is Karma?

 

 

The idea of karma is very important in Hinduism, particularly when it comes to comprehending the cycle of life and the effects of one’s actions. According to the karma theory, which is a central tenet of both Vedic astrology and Vedic philosophy, every action we carry out has repercussions that can be felt in both the here and now and in the lifetimes we have yet to live. It is believed that karma, which comes from a Sanskrit term that means “action” or “deed,” is a basic force that governs the cosmos. According to this point of view, each person is responsible for their own activities and must, in the end, deal with the results of those actions, regardless of whether those results are favourable or negative.

According to the concept of karma, our deeds leave behind an energetic imprint that is ultimately responsible for determining our fate. This concept is based on the concept of cause and effect. It highlights the concept that one’s current circumstances are the product of acts taken in the past, while future experiences will be affected by decisions made in the present moment. This philosophical framework encourages individuals to take responsibility for their deeds and to make deliberate choices in order to direct the course of their own lives.

The idea of karma is developed further in Vedic philosophy, which asserts that it is not limited to the application to human beings but rather encompasses the application to all living entities. It gives the impression that every deed, thought, and purpose adds to the building up of karma. Each deed, whether it be one of compassion, selflessness, or harm, leaves an indelible mark on a person’s karmic account.

The ideas of karma are utilised by Vedic astrology, which is strongly connected with both Hinduism and Vedic philosophy, in order to analyse and forecast the events and patterns that occur in the life of an individual. Astrologers are of the opinion that the locations and motions of celestial bodies at the moment of a person’s birth have an impact on their karma as well as the following events of their lives.

Astrologers are able to provide insights into an individual’s karmic tendencies and probable life paths by evaluating the influences that these planets have on our solar system.

Individuals are better able to see the interconnection of their activities and the effect those actions have on both their own lives and the world around them if they have a firm grasp on the karma principle, which is central to Hinduism, Vedic philosophy, and Vedic astrology. It fosters in one a sense of self-reflection, personal growth, and accountability for the decisions they make in their life. Individuals can attempt to build positive karma by accepting and embracing this philosophy, which can ultimately lead to a life that is more satisfying and peaceful.

It is imperative to acknowledge that karma should not be perceived solely as a mechanism of retribution and reward. Instead, it is a system that functions at a more profound level. Karma is widely regarded as a mechanism that facilitates individual development and spiritual advancement. Through the direct observation and understanding of the outcomes resulting from our activities, we are afforded the chance to acquire significant insights and cultivate enhanced levels of sagacity and empathy.

Moreover, the concept of karma transcends just individual deeds and encompasses the realm of thoughts and intentions as well. The generation of karmic energy can be attributed to the profound wants and motives that are within us. Consequently, the cultivation of a good mindset and the preservation of pure intentions are crucial for the generation of positive karma.

Although the notion of karma may appear intricate, its fundamental principle is straightforward: individuals bear accountability for their own actions and the resulting outcomes. It reminds us to be mindful of our choices and to strive for virtuous behaviour. Through this proactive approach, individuals have the ability to actively influence and mould their current and forthcoming conditions, so cultivating a life that is characterised by greater harmony and satisfaction.

The concept of karma holds substantial significance in Vedic astrology as it pertains to comprehending an individual’s life experiences and prospective outcomes. Karma pertains to the principle of causality, wherein our past deeds exert an influence on our current circumstances and mould our forthcoming experiences. Vedic astrology encompasses various forms of karma, each holding distinct significance.

In accordance with the precepts of astrology, Karma can be broken down into a number of subcategories, each of which I will briefly describe below before delving into in further detail in the following installment of this series.

For the sake of gaining a knowledge of the karmas, which are inextricably interwoven with Vedic astrology, I will merely provide a high-level overview here:

Dridha Karma refers to a category of karma that encompasses the predestined and unalterable actions that individuals have accrued from their previous incarnations. The phenomenon in question is commonly denoted as “fate” or “destiny.” The concept of “dridha karma” posits that certain aspects of an individual’s existence, including their birth family, physical appearance, and key life events, are predetermined and unchangeable.

Adridha karma, alternatively referred to as “modifiable karma,” pertains to the activities that are subject to modification or alteration within the context of our current lifetimes. In contrast to dridha karma, adridha karma affords individuals the capacity to exercise agency and alter the trajectory of their fate. The phenomenon is subject to the influence of our volitional agency and deliberate choices.

Kriyamana Karma, also known as current karma, pertains to the actions that are promptly executed in one’s present existence. The aforementioned activities are a manifestation of our capacity for autonomous decision-making and are likely to exert influence on our forthcoming encounters. Kriyamana karma is regarded as the collective result of both constructive and destructive actions in which individuals partake over the course of their lives.

Sanchit Karma refers to the collective accumulation of all activities, encompassing both positive and negative deeds, that an individual has amassed throughout successive incarnations. The concept can be understood as a reservoir of karma that exerts impact on both our present existence and subsequent rebirths. The concept of Sanchit karma posits that actions and their consequences are thought to persist across multiple lifetimes until they are adequately addressed or harmonised.

Prarabdha karma pertains to the segment of sanchit karma that is deliberately selected for manifestation during the present incarnation. The term “karma” refers to a subset of accumulated actions that have reached a state of maturation and are poised to emerge in the current incarnation. Prarabdha karma is responsible for determining the significant life events, obstacles, and prospects that individuals meet throughout their current existence.

Agami Karma pertains to the forthcoming outcomes that arise from our present activities. The concept of karma pertains to the accumulation of actions and their subsequent consequences, which individuals generate in their current existence and will encounter in subsequent rebirths. The concept of agami karma is believed to be influenced by the decisions and acts individuals make in the current moment, ultimately affecting their destiny in future incarnations.

Gaining a comprehensive comprehension of the various forms of karma within the realm of Vedic astrology offers profound insights into the intricate nature of human existence and the intricate dynamics between determinism and personal agency. While certain elements of human existence may be predestined, individuals possess the agency to exercise deliberate decision-making and actively influence their own futures by their choices and behaviours.

 

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The astrological concept of karma: Karma theory in Vedic Jyotish

 

 

In the terminology of astrology, Saturn and Mars are referred to as being in the top category for the karaka of physical karmas, deeds or actions of all life, where Saturn signifies all the actions of life we have passed numerous journeys of life. It involved the karmas of past, present, and future lives, and based on that, we experience Karma Bhoga and enjoy our lives. This refers to the karmas that we actually do or perform in the material world with our fully aware mind based on some of the action plans and logic participation that we have. All of these karmas are determined by one’s physical actions and the reasons behind them.

Then there is a different level of karmas that always reside and keep growing in the hidden nook of our minds; these are the kind of karmas that are classified as being on the mental or sub-conscious level. Karmas that take place in our minds, or at a sub-conscious level, are known as mental karmas or sub-conscious level karmas. These are the karmas that we truly manipulate in some hidden part of our brains, or those that always reside in Mana (one of Sense). These karmas continue to bloom in the dreamlike world or in an imaginary world, and they are constantly busy crafting stories that have no connection with the practical or real world. These stories are founded on our unfinished aspirations, logics that we have left for the future, and those hidden means and motives that we have never been able to bring to fruition.

In this context, Mercury (representing the brain) and the Moon (representing the mind) are important manipulators for the construction of those imagined Mansik Karma or “Mana’s “. If we perceive something fictitious in Deep prospects, it’s likely due to karmic debts and an unbalanced flow of energy through the Vishudhi chakra we manifest those mansik karma’s. Purification is the purpose of the Visudhi chakra role, and it is intended to take place not only on the level of the body, but also on the levels of the psyche and the mind. All of the terrible events that we have pushed to the back of our minds throughout our lives will remain there until we confront them head on and find a way to make peace with them using more mature insight. In the event that this Chakra has not been developed to its full potential or is in an imbalanced state, the native may struggle with a variety of issues pertaining to the mind.

When the Vishuddha Chakra becomes blocked, people experience emotions of anxiety, a lack of freedom, and confinement, as well as general issues with their thyroid and throat.

To Speak Frankly, in the language of Astrology, the Moon and Mercury are the only ones to blame for the mana-based good and evil karmas that we make in our hidden corner. The Moon is associated with mana-based acts that are impacted by the wants and thought processes that are buried deep within us. When any of us get afflicted via the nodes (Rahu/Ketu, Mars, and Saturn), we produce those evil karmas in the physical world.

Those are the thoughts that never leave my head. A spark is set off in our day-to-day lives as a result of our five senses’ speculation for the manifestation of hidden desires. These hidden desires take the form of manipulative acts, and the spark is set off by our five senses. These are the cravings that are constantly being reborn in our minds as a result of a small number of thoughts, and we either make an effort to satisfy them or we become dissatisfied by them.

Those karmas that are somewhere hidden in the mind and are working hard to take a form on a physical level or in the physical world for the manifestation of desires based on some action plan are referred to as Sub-conscious-based karmas. This term refers to all those future thoughts that keep taking birth in our Sub-conscious plane.

“Mana is the main culprit as well as a boon too and is classified in the top level overall 5 senses for accountability in evil and Good Karmas,” states the Karama Theory of the Bhagwat Geeta.

Mercury, which turns those ideas into some logic and yields some planning and acts, is the subpart of Mana-based karma. Mercury is responsible for intelligent action-oriented karma based on some logic, computations, and mathematical equations that are fired from the Vishudhi Chakra. Mana exerts a significant amount of impact over the functioning of the brain, which in turn controls all of these senses.

If Mercury is afflicted in a chart, it will give birth to an evil logical approach in actions; however, if it is beneficially placed in any Dharma Kona (1, 5, and 9th houses) or gets aspects from the Sun and Jupiter, it will uplift the dharma and those actions in a fruitful manner for the cause of society.

In other words, if Mercury is afflicted in a chart, it will give birth to an evil logical approach in actions. Mercury, or the brain, will eventually rule over all of those five senses, and it will serve as an indicator of the greater intelligence of Gyaani, as described in the Bhagavad Gita. This will take place in the distant future. A person will live their life in accordance with Gyan Yoga.

Actions or outcomes that are determined by one’s wants are the forms that karma takes when it is carried out on the conscious and the sub-conscious levels of existence. The aggregated effects, also known as the “fruits” of acts, are referred to as Karma-Phala (Sanskrit for “fruit of Karma”).

 

Astrological Interpretation of Karma and Astrology

 

 

Karma, Navamsa and Relationships

 

The Navamsa Chart, also known as the Dharm-Amsa (D9), is seen as the fructification of karmas (both subconscious and conscious karmas) in the context of the Astrological Language. The Dharma-amsa provides hints and information regarding the strength of karma, which can be used to verify the fruition of any Raaj or Raja yoga practise.

This is the primary reason why we regard the fructification of Marriage from D9 as a dharma related with marriage bonding; the dharma of Marriage is having legal children, fulfilling our religious and societal duties, and elevating it mutually, all of which are important to grow for both the individual and his or her kula (family). Dharma imparts insight and illuminates the way to conduct oneself in the most morally sound manner.

The affliction of any planet in the D9 chart reveals in what domain you are practising dharma or what you are not following, which is not in accordance with dharma or the righteous principles of the Almighty. Additionally, the affliction may indicate what you are not following, which is not in accordance with dharma.

Kids are the products of marriage, and if Venus is afflicted in the D9 chart for both males and females, then signifies that something illegitimate is happening in a relationship or in the sphere of Venus, i.e., Marriage or w.r.t. women. Kids are the fruits of marriage. Either the native is violating the rights of women in some way, or he or she is engaging in sexual behaviour that is not permitted outside of the context of marriage. Both of these scenarios are unethical.

Someone I know has Venus in the second house of the D9 chart, which is aspected by Mars and Rahu. This person used to have illicit connections with women in order to gratify their senses, which, in the end, would undoubtedly destroy the properties that Venus possesses in the D1 chart.

Venus (in a retrograde state; having unwanted desires to fall in love) rules the 5th house in the D1 chart of a native, despite the fact that it is located in the 12th house. I was fairly certain that it would lead to a delay in his happiness via marriage (happiness through marriage leads to kids; the 5th house is falling into the 11th house from the 7th house; this shows the fruits or product of marriage or gain via marriage). In this particular scenario, the native was unable to complete his studies for his master’s degree, his spouse experienced miscarriage of their first child before it was born, and both couples do not have a particularly healthy relationship in marriage.

Therefore, the affliction of any planet in the D9 chart will offer you a hint as to how Adharma is happening around you, which can result in a crisis in marriage, a poor relationship with Women, a problem with your wife, and a reduction in Results in the house in which Venus is having lordship in D1.

According to the spiritual truth or reality, marriage is the result of the Sanchita and Prarabdha Karmas that each of us has completed in previous incarnations. Based on those karmas, either we used to enjoy those ties or we realised or suffered because of those relations as a result of actions or bad deeds from the past. Marriage will be extremely successful for you if you have a history of excellent karma in previous lives; this outcome may be verified using the D9 chart as well.

Venus (in male charts) and Jupiter and Mars (in female charts) will be unaffected by any nodal affliction when viewed through the lens of the d9 chart. In your present birth chart, the 6th House and 6th Lord in D1 will generally try to hinder marriage relationship maturity, and any afflicted nodes will always try to upset the marriage in your current life if you have done anything evil to any men or women in past lives. If you have done anything harmful to men or women in past lives, the 6th House and 6th Lord in D1 will try to obstruct marriage relationship maturity.

Whenever it makes any relationship or influences the 7th house, 7th Lord, UL (Uppada Lagana) or A7 (Darapada) in the d1 chart and other marriage-supporting houses, natives either will face delays in the marriages or, if somehow natives fall in relation to love or close bonding, the relationship will be like a path of cactus or the level of suffering in that relationship will be intense or severe.

If AK is deeply afflicted by nodes, is in some way connected with Suffering houses, or has some relationship with either Venus, UL, or A7 Arudha, then either relationships and marriage will be difficult to handle and can fail very quickly, or the level of suffering will be very intense and unbearable for that soul. This is something that I have seen in many of the cases where I have looked into this, and it has been my experience.

The only goal is to learn the lesson of one’s soul from past karmas by experiencing the same kinds of sufferings that one has caused for other people. Karma’s job is to ensure that the soul is constantly aware of its actions and to filter out those that prevent it from experiencing greater progress in the present incarnation. Because of those pains, there is a possibility that some souls will perish, while other souls will use them to forge a fresh start along the spiritual road.

This can also be verified by consulting the D9 chart, specifically the strength of Ak (Atmakarka). If Ak is strongly conjugated with nodes or malefic planets, or if it is debilitated situated in trik Bhavas from Lagana of D9, it is a definite indication that the level of soul suffering will be extreme, and it also suggests that one will have to suffer greatly in this incarnation as a consequence of past sins. As Ak is weakly situated and weakened, there is also the possibility that the native could either fall back or rise above on a spiritual level. This is due to the fact that Atmakarka is main planet that rules your whole in definitive actions of life.

Debilitation of Ak is always a situation of the fallen soul due to one’s own actions in this life; while one may rise materially, it may be difficult for him to lift his soul from Tamasik Parvarti, or Tamas would be part of his life. This could be a difficult situation for him in the later part of life, not initially in the beginning, but when one’s soul consciousness grows or gets mature and when the progression of Saturn, Jupiter, and Rahu/Ketu’s 2nd cycle begins in the native, he will realise his past life actions.

The native has a very obvious decision to make regarding what he wants to achieve as a result of that suffering: either rise above it or fall further into it. This obviously shows that one is required to pay back its karma in any way, either in this incarnation or in the next birth, either in this birth or in the next birth, if somehow the native could take it forward to the next birth with the blessings and assistance of the seers, saints, gurus, and divine spirits. obviously, this says that one must pay back its karma in some manner.

 

For More Reading on Karma Theory and Past birth : https://vedicsiddhanta.in/2017/05/unlocking-mystery-of-the-past-life-astrology-karma-and-past-life-regression-part-1.html 

 

https://vedicsiddhanta.in/2017/05/unlocking-mystery-of-the-past-life-astrology-karma-and-past-life-regression-part-1.html

When we investigate further, we find that Sanchit Karama is primarily used to classify good karmas on a broad level. This is despite the fact that Sanchit Karama is also used to classify bad karmas; however, the level of outcome is extremely different. When dashas and slow-moving transits (such as Saturn, Jupiter, and the nodes) are in support of the chart, the result of Sanchit karma can manifest at any moment during your life.

It’s possible that it can happen either before or after marriage, depending on the circumstances. It is wholly dependent on the transits of the karmic planets (Saturn, the Nodes, and Jupiter) on the houses or lords that have connections to actions that have been carried out in the past. Therefore, keep a close eye on your karmas with keen insight and an open mind.

When they are coupled with the Moola dasha, which reveals the outcomes of past actions, the Good and Bad vimsotri Dashas in the Natal Chart keep reminding you about your combined Sanchit (the sum total of all good and bad karmas) and Prarabdha Karmas (the pain you have given to others).

The result of moola dasha provides a clear picture of the degree of misery we are experiencing in this life, and the result of moola dasha’s combined readings provides a clear picture of the reasons we are experiencing this level of suffering in this life. Each dasha complements the other in its function. The first presents the reasons for pain, while the others demonstrate that throughout that time period, we could experience suffering as a consequence of actions or behaviours we committed in the past.

In the Next parts of this karma theory, we will try to explain all these principals in the native individual chart with examples of life events so that the user can better understand the concept of karma that one applies in the own birth chart for personal development and growth rather than taking it as a burden, guilt, or feeling of lowliness.

Teachings of the Swami Sivananda Saraswathi on the Actions, Karma and Past life

 

 

The following sayings of Swami Sivananda Saraswati Ji speak unmistakably about the consequences of one’s acts or deeds in the past, as was covered in the astrological interpretations presented before in this article:

“What you do has to have repercussions and effects on our surrounds. Put another way, “As you sow, so shall you reap.” “Life is an infinite chain of results of deeds (Karma) in the past that work on the premise of “the law of Cause and Effect.” This is also true in physics and actual reality.”  The process by which the consequences of karma are meted out is referred to as the “Law of Karma.” This law is governed by Lord Saturn, whose role it is to either punish or impart and teach the valuable lessons of life.

The Law of Karama can be summed up in a few words: “What you will do and what you will get at any moment at any time.”

“In our Sanatana dharma, Karma is considered to be a spiritually originated law that governs all of life’s functioning, and this is according to Swami Sivananda Saraswati’s teachings,” Even though an individual is thought to be the only person who is responsible for his karmas and the enjoyment of their “fruits,” according to the Law of Karma, the supreme being (The Divine power, Lord Jupiter, represents the divine blessings from the god who showers blessings upon us when we deserve them as our Sanchit karmas allow) plays a significant role as the dispenser of the “fruits” of karma.

(For further information, Refer Yogi Swami Sivananda Saraswati’s books )

The “Transit of Jupiter and Saturn Transits in D1 Chart” is the ideal place to start when attempting to gain an astrological understanding of the law of karma and the fruits or results that are associated to it.

These are examples of what are known as “Non-Fixed Karma” (Adridha Karmas), and they can manifest at any time, regardless of whether or not both transits are in your favour. The transit of Jupiter bestows chances, and Saturn reveals the times when karma must be satisfied in order to move on. Both of these transits operate together to convey the outcomes and fruits of karmas and actions associated to past deeds. They do this by working in mutual interactions.

I have faith that this most recent installment of this series has provided you with useful information regarding the karma theory of Vedic philosophy, which is something that we can also use to Vedic astrology provided that we take certain precautions and have a thorough understanding of it.

Concluding remarks:

Astrology is just a tool that helps us understand the karmic impact on us when it is at a high level. In the spiritual world, God is somehow directly involved in this process, and astrology is just a tool that helps us grasp that influence. Although there is no way to avoid karmas in any way, they can be neutralised or minimised to some extent thanks to Bhakti/Tapa/Nama Jaap and immense devotion towards the almighty. However, the period of karmic suffering that one has to go through cannot be avoided. In general, the natural laws of causation are sufficient to explain the effects of karma.

Stay connected and wait for the upcoming parts of this series.

Best wishes and Regards,

Rocky Jamwal | Vedic Siddhanta

Source, Reference and Links :

https://www.sivanandaonline.org/?format=html

https://www.gitasupersite.iitk.ac.in

https://vedabase.io/en/library/bg/5/

https://sacred-texts.com/hin/sbe15/sbe15017.htm

To be continued…..

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Determining USA Recession Cycles Using Annual Lunar Calendar Chart Method

Determining USA Recession Cycles Using Annual Lunar Calendar Chart Method

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Rao Nemani

As per the USA National Bureau of Economic Research, a recession is defined as “A significant decline in economic activity spread across the economy, lasting more than a few months, normally visible in real GDP, real income, employment, industrial production, and wholesale-retail sales”. Americans have experienced these recession cycles in the past many years in USA, but most importantly, the business and working class people are effected by the Corporations spend  and downsizing of workforce / resources during the recession time. So, in this paper, I would like to share a method to determine USA Recession Cycles using Annual Lunar Calendar Chart casted by taking the Capital city of the USA, Washington, DC.

I have used the following pointers and illustrated the principles with USA Recession Cycles Since 1960 Charts to demonstrate its application.

Principles:

1) Rasi (D-1) Lagna Lord, 2nd Lord and their placement in Dushtana (6th, 8th or 12th) houses.

2) Hora (D-2) Lagna Lord, 2nd Lord and their placement in Dushtana (6th, 8th or 12th) houses.

3) Rahu and Ketu’s involvement and influence with the above 2 principles.

 

Note: I have used Pushya-Paksha Ayanamsa with Bhava/Chalit Charts in this analysis.

 

USA Recession-01: Apr 1960 to Feb 1961

* Lunar New Year: July 5, 1959, 22:01:05 (4 Hours West of GMT), Washington, DC (77 W 02′ 12″, 38 N 53′ 42″)

In Rasi Chart, the Lagna and 2nd Lord Saturn is placed in 12th house and being aspected by 8th lord Sun. Rahu and Ketu are aspecting Lagna Lord Saturn by Rasi Drishti.

In Hora Chart (D-2), 2nd lord Mars is placed in 12th house with 10th lord Moon and 11th Lord Sun. Mercury the 12th lord is placed in Lagna. Rahu and Ketu are aspecting the D-2 Lagna by Rasi Drishti. The Recession began during the Mars (2nd Lord in D-2) Vimsottari Dasa in April 1960.

 

USA Recession-02: Dec 1969 to Nov 1970

* Lunar New Year: July 14, 1969, 10:12:03 (4 Hours West of GMT), Washington, DC (77 W 02′ 12″, 38 N 53′ 42″)

 

In Rasi Chart, the Lagna is being afflicted by Rahu and Ketu. Lagna Lord Sun is with 2nd Lord Mercury and 12th lord Moon. Saturn is the 6th Lord and aspecting Lagna lord and 2nd Lord Mercury by 3rd aspect from Aries.

In Hora Chart (D-2), 2nd co-lord Rahu is with Ketu and being aspected by 8th lord Sun. The Recession began during the Ketu (with 2nd Lord Rahu in D-2) Vimsottari Dasa in November/December 1969.

 

USA Recession-03: Nov 1973 to Mar 1975

* Lunar New Year: July 30, 1973, 07:39:17 (4 Hours West of GMT), Washington, DC (77 W 02′ 12″, 38 N 53′ 42″)

 

In Rasi Chart, the Lagna lord Moon, 2nd Lord Sun, 8th Lord Saturn are placed in 12th house along with Ketu and all these are being aspected by Rahu.

In Hora Chart (D-2) 2nd lord Jupiter is placed in 12th house. 12th Lord Venus and 8th lord Mercury are placed in Lagna. The Recession began during the Jupiter (2nd Lord in D-2) Vimsottari Dasa in July 1973.

 

USA Recession-04: Jan 1980 to July 1980

* Lunar New Year: June 24, 1979, 07:58:31 (4 Hours West of GMT), Washington, DC (77 W 02′ 12″, 38 N 53′ 42″)

   

In Rasi Chart, the Lagna Lord Moon and 2nd Lord Sun are placed in 12th house. 12th Lord Mercury and 6th Lord Jupiter are placed in Lagna. Ketu is aspecting Lagna by Rasi Drishti.

In Hora Chart (D-2), 2nd lord Jupiter is placed in 12th house. 8th Lord Mercury is placed in Lagna. Rahu and Ketu are aspecting Lagna by Rasi Drishti.

 

USA Recession-05: July 1981 to Nov 1982

* Lunar New Year: July 1, 1981, 15:03:41 (4 Hours West of GMT), Washington, DC (77 W 02′ 12″, 38 N 53′ 42″)

   

In Rasi Chart, the Lagna Lord Venus is placed in 10th house with Rahu. 2nd Lord Mars is placed with 12th Lord Mercury in 9th house.

In Hora Chart (D-2), 2nd lord Venus is placed in 8th house with Rahu and Ketu. The recession began in Rahu Vimsottari Dasa in July 1981.

 

USA Recession-06: July 1990 to Mar 1991

* Lunar New Year: June 22, 1990, 14:55:10 (4 Hours West of GMT), Washington, DC (77 W 02′ 12″, 38 N 53′ 42″)

 

In Rasi Chart, the Lagna Lord Mercury is with 12th Lord Sun. 2nd Lord Venus is placed in 8th house. Rahu is aspecting the Lagna Lord Mercury by Rasi Drishti.

In Hora Chart (D-2), 2nd lord Jupiter is placed in 8th house. The recession began in Rahu Vimsottari Dasa in June 1990.

 

USA Recession-07: Mar 2001 to Nov 2001

* Lunar New Year: July 1, 2000, 15:20:28 (4 Hrs west of GMT), Washington, DC (77 W 02′ 12″, 38 N 53′ 42″)

 

In Rasi Chart, the Lagna Lord Venus is with 12th lord Mercury. 2nd Lord Mars is placed with 12th Lord Mercury, 8th Lord Venus in 9th house.

In Hora Chart (D-2), 2nd lord Venus (Debilitated) is placed in 6th house. Rahu and Ketu are aspecting Lagna by Rasi Drishti. The recession began in Venus Vimsottari Dasa in Mar 2001.

 

USA Recession-08: Dec 2007 to June 2009

* Lunar New Year: July 14, 2007, 08:04:24 (4 Hours West of GMT), Washington, DC (77 W 02′ 12″, 38 N 53′ 42″)

 

In Rasi Chart, the Lagna Lord Moon is in 12th with 12th lord Mercury. 2nd Lord Sun is also placed in 12th house with 12th Lord Mercury.

In Hora Chart (D-2), 2nd lord Mars is placed in 8th house. Rahu and Ketu are aspecting 2nd Lord Mars by Rasi Drishti. The recession began in Ketu Vimsottari Dasa in December 2007.

 

Conclusion

We saw how effectively we could use the Annual Lunar Calendar Chart prepared for a given Year for a Country with the principles laid out in the beginning of this article in determining the recession cycles. I sincerely hope my fellow Astrologers will continue to work with these principles, expand these principles and then to help People and Business Organization to prepare for the upcoming recession cycle(s).

 

References

1) Article “Re-defining the Lunar New Year Chart” by Sri. P.V.R. Narasimha Rao, December 3, 2014 (version 1) :

    http://vedicastrologer.org/articles/pp_lunar_year.pdf

2) USA National Bureau of Economic Research: http://www.nber.org/cycles.html

3) USA Recession Cycle Periods from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_recessions_in_the_United_States

 

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Vivah Prashna to know nature, timing of marriage and widowhood.

UDAY and ARUDA For Vivah Prashna

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19th March 2017

12:14:53, JAIPUR. 26.55 LAT, 75.49 LONG

Uday lord is debilitated in tenth house with Venus. The lord of seventh house of marriage aspects the naisargik karka of Marriage “Venus”. Though Far way the lord of the Uday is Astangata or combust in Prasna.

It is uttarbhadra nakshatra in Vrishchika Navmansha. Shani is placed in seventh house and shani is malefic. Lord of the seventh house is placed in fourth in retrogression. Both Saturn and Jupiter are slow moving planets.

Jupiter is Badhakesh over here.

RULES FOR VIVAH PRASHNA
  • Lord of Aruda Joined to Venus is indication of success in marriage.
  • There is no malefic in the eighth house.
  • Moon and Mars are away from seventh house, which is good.
  • Mars is in sixth house from Moon. Husband quits the world in 9th year without any issue.
  • Moon and Mars are in Even and Odd signs. Therefore, the timing of marriage indicates delay.
  • The ascendant or Aruda is Odd sign but Neither Mars nor Moon aspect the ascendant, so marriage will be delayed.
  • 1,5,7,8,9 are mostly empty except seventh which has Saturn and Ketu in ninth. Both indicate minor troubles after marriage.
  • Mars is placed in Neech Navmansha, even Moon is debilitated in D-1 chart. This is not good sign for marital life.
  • Moon is debilitated in sixth and there is a malefic in seventh house from ascendant indicating widowhood of woman in 8th year of marriage
TYPE OF SPOUSE. NATURE, CHARACTER, PHYSiCAL CHARACTERISTICS

Seventh house lord and seventh house has dual signs. Dual signs rule the world of intelligence and wisdom. Saturn is placed in seventh house indicating that the person will be mature and tall in appearance. He will be qualified for finances or accounts related work. He might have whitish complexion.

He may also deal as consultant or trader.

As Venus is exalted in tenth house in dual sign and moon and Mars are in Movable and stable signs, the character of the to be spouse will not be very chaste. He might have indulged in inappropriate behaviors before marriage.

TIMING OF MARRIAGE.

Since Moon is placed in Gemini in Dwadashansha (D-12) and seventh house lord is placed in Leo in D-9, Marriage will not take place till Jupiter enters Sagittarius.

WILL REMEDIES WORK?

Ketu is placed in ninth house, Navmansha lagna is weak and Aruda lord is debilitated with Moon in main chart, Which is not good for remedies. Though Aruda lord is aspected by Jupiter, Jupiter is Badhakesh over here.

Jupiter’s placement in fourth house also indicates that the native will suffer because of dosha from Kula devta. Jupiter indicates Peetambar deities Like Sri Krishna or Vishnu Avatars. It also indicates Guru. A reptile has created Ashudhi of image and the deity needs a cleaning Pooja.

ORIGINAL CHART

Vedic Jyotish chart

The ascendant chart is having dual sign. The same is the case in Prashna chart. The lord of the seventh house is exalted with Moon but is aspected by the sixth house lord.

It is placed in 4th Pushyami in 4th Navmansha, which is enemy sign. It is having a direct aspect from debilitated sixth house lord (D-1) in D-9 chart.

Mars is placed in dual sign with Ketu having Venus in rear. Mars is placed in dual sign in D-9. A sure sign of two marriages.

The Prashna chart has similar configurations where Saturn and Jupiter are involved with seventh house. Marriage might get delayed as such.

Mars is placed in Pisces in D-9 and Saturn is placed in debilitation in next sign. Hence, the longevity of to be spouse is question in main chart as well.

REMEDIES

For remedies to work the native needs to perform Saptashuddhi poojas for Kula devta. On further enquiry the native told me that her Kuladevta is Sri Krishna only and there is an image of the deity in her paternal village.

She was told to perform Saptashuddhi of the idol in her village.

Thereafter a “Ghat Vivah” needs to be performed by the native.

For longevity of the spouse a “Mahamrityoonjay Homam” should be performed for the spouse after marriage.

This article was originally written in https://www.planet9.co

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Unfolding the lives by art of Prashna

Unfolding lives,The art of Prashna
 Badhakesh: Guru, Hora Lord: Buddha, uday: Karkat, Arootha: Gemini
The art of prashna is based on twin fold path of mathematical ability and a quick and subtle decipher of the situation in hand. The better we are in this art, the better is our analysis.
It off course requires a lot of experience and learning as well without which it does not work well.
The ancient chakra over here, carries rashi in innermost circle, the next carries nakshtras and padas and the final chakra is navmansha chakra. The small ganesha idol in Karkat rashi represents Uday, the brown kowri  represents the arootha sign. The planets are represented by gemstones. (The dark reddish one in karkat is Rahu and the next which is in duo tones is Gulikan). This ancient chakra is very useful as it gives a full picture in single glance.
In this case arootha and uday are 2/12 in position which indicates deva kopa. Remedies in this matter requires regular medicine. It is like chronical disease which requires a treatment like chemotherapy. A disprin will not bring any relief to the native in question. The prashna lord is in eleventh house. This indicates that the question is related to gains, property etc. The lord of badha aspects Buddha so there is a badha. Guru indicates divine curse, agyana (dosha of fifth house), curse of brahmins etc. So Jupiter is the badha. Mars the lord of the sixth house aspects Mercury in eleventh indicating that the person also suffers from debts and court cases.
There is Venus in the lagna, which is the depositor of badha lord. This carries an aspect from eighth house lord. Relationship with wife will be strained because of her nature and impassive approach to conjugal happiness (because of Saturn).
The story;
The man in question was a contractor for digging and blasting. He was suffering from debts and court cases. When I enquired about Guru (Jupiter), there were two incidents that indicated troubles. Guru the elder brother died in an accident. (He was fit and fine).
A person who was his partner has one of his relative working as Godman. The same person was cheating and did many wrong things to this native. The godmen was like a Guru to the person in question. When he informed his so called Guru about the modus operandi of his relative, the Guru got angry. Though he did not showed his anger, but he must have known about the cheating been done by his own relative.
This Godman is a tantric (Mars+ Ketu) and according to the questioner he must have done something against him.
He did not have any cordial relations with his wife as well.
He was worried about money and problems.
All these things were already present in prashna and can be seen.
Remedies:
He was told to visit Guru- Dwara or places where Guru resides.
He was also told to take his wife to a certain temple because she was suffering from some negative influence.
A donation of food to poor people on every Amavasya was also required.
These remedies have to be done regularly. An advice to keep his thinking straight was also shared.

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Prashna of Sexual orientation,Distressed parents and Stree Shrapa

TECHNICAL NOTES
Aruddha: Aquarius
HL: Buddha
BL: Venus
Navmansha Uday is chandra rashi of native, so Prashna is correct.
Arudha is Chatra, Nothing is hidden. The questioner is going to reveal everything.
Prashna : The question was asked for a young female and question was asked by Parents.
A sheershodayi rashi is rising in Arudha and its lord is placed in upchaya. Saturn is placed in Dhanu so question concerns a jeeva and we are already aware of that. As Saturn is lord so there is a question related to career.
HL lord is Mercury in retrograde position just four degrees away from Venus. The sign is Scorpio. It is a hidden sign in a drishya Bhaga. Therefore, something hidden from others is visible to others. So what is it? I was wondering when I saw the Prashna.
Mercury the mind is perturbed because of a female or in short, the female in question has a problem with her sexual orientation. Venus is afflicted with Gulikan indicating that the female (the other one) is afflicted by some invisible power and she had a considerable influence on the female in question.
Therefore, the parents of this questioner were troubled by the sexual orientation of their daughter. This was confirmed as I asked them these questions. Please note that it is more on a mental level and causing troubles to everyone in family.
This is confirmed as Venus the trouble giver is sitting in rear position to Mercury.
Mercury also indicates that the question is also related to education.
Moon is placed in Tula with Mars in rear. This indicates mother asking the question troubled by hard headed (Mars) behavior of daughter who has committed some sin in past (Rahu). This atleast was a sin in her mother’s eyes.
I checked original horoscope but I cannot find any yogas related to this kind of behavior. Specially like Saturn Venus positions and Mars Venus positions in d-9 and D-3 chart. Still I was sure about my deductions.
So I started the conversation with the parents by telling them that you are here for three questions that concern your daughter.
  1. Career.
  2. Her sexual orientation and relations with other female.
  3. Education or higher education.
All three questions were 100% correct and I was stunned by accuracy of Jyotisa Vidhya.
This Prashna indicates that there is a Stree Shrapa or curse to the family causing all these troubles to this native. The ninth house is afflicted in her natal chart indicating that the curse has originated from father’s side or ancestors giving rise to such thinking pattern.
Her original chart confirmed that she is hot headed and does not listen easily. She has a Mars Venus aspect her Navmansha chart (natal) where Mars (The male quality) is predominant over female quality. Venus is debilitated in her natal chart. Unfortunately, I cannot share her birth details or natal chart.
Venus in natal chart is afflicted by Mandi as in Prashna chart. Remedies were suggested for removing the stree Shrapa.

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