Indian Vedic Astrology:-
Indian astrology is based on the principle of destiny. The good and bad deeds of a past life determine your destiny or your present life deeds and your present life deeds determine your future deeds. According to Indian astrology, a person is born at that place, that day, and at that moment when his personal destiny is in perfect mathematical harmony with the progression of stars in the sky.
However, this does not promote complete dependence on luck. Astrology lets you know what you are born with, what are your potential, your limitations, your strong points, and your flaws. What kind of life partner and profession is suitable for you and what to expect are also indicated. It also prescribes various remedial measures to avoid bad effects and enhance good results. Astrology is the roadmap of your destiny.
However, your fate lies in your hands. The scriptures guide us as to what is good and what is bad; do’s and don’ts; How to do it and how not to do it. You are given a piece of land and seeds to sow. It’s up to you how much work to do, how much to fertilize and water, and when and how to harvest.
After that, it is up to you to act using your intelligence, discretion, and experience. Luck is like a card game where you can’t help the cards you are dealt but how you play. You can get good cards but if you play badly you lose and you can get bad cards and if you play carefully you can win. If you get drunk, drive badly, and have an accident, don’t blame the roadmap!
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Vedic Astrology – More about Shani and its aspects
In Vedic astrology, the three outer planets Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn have a special aspect. The direction of the sound is actually not very precise. Like many Western words that attempt to express Eastern concepts, the actual word is “drishi” which means “sight” or “sight”. You see, in Vedic thought, culture and cosmology – planets are beings of intelligence that have been around since time immemorial.
Their activities and energies are not just relevant as “archetypes”—they represent real forces, the eternal forces of the universe that are outside our 80 to 100-year lifespans. They connect us to the eternal, cosmic nature that we forget about here on the flat earth where we go about our daily lives. Each of these planets is a body of light that can “see” in different directions. Saturn’s vision is on 3 zodiac signs ahead and on 10 zodiac signs. This is his special appearance. This form reveals the essence of his nature.
With Saturn in Leo, he will “sight” the Sun in Libra and Taurus for the next two years, both of which are ruled by Venus. If someone’s Nakshatra has a planet in Libra or Taurus, then Saturn will also aspect them. Regardless, wherever those houses fall in your Nakshatra/Vedic chart, they will have a keen eye. Shani’s sight creates problems by breaking our illusions about the things we see.
Sometimes this results in the object being lost completely, other times we may worry about it or go to great lengths to keep it. This process of worry/effort/potential loss compels us to deepen our commitment to it or to let go. This is the reason why we tend to lose things when Saturn turns retrograde. They push things to the point where they either break or we have to work to repair them.
Aspects of Saturn is a great story about “seeing” Saturn. Once, Lord Shiva and Parvati organized a party after the birth of their first child Lord Ganesha and invited all the gods, deities, and planets to participate. It was a beautiful celebration, except for one planet, Lord Shani, who looked sad and crouched in the corner (go!) – in fact, he didn’t even look at the handsome Ganesha. Now, the planets are powerful – but they are not as powerful as the gods, especially the mighty Lord Shiva and Mother Shakti, Parvati.
So the great goddess saw Lord Shani restless in the festival and asked him why he was not participating. Shani replied, “Great Goddess, your child is beautiful and I do not want my form to spoil that beauty – a glance of mine is not always welcome”. “Nonsense!”, declared Parvati, “I urge you to see my child immediately!”
At this time, Lord Shani looks at the beautiful Ganesha with a gentle glance. The handsome boy’s head fell on seeing Shani Ganesh!! A sight of Shani beheaded Ganesha. Lord Shiva went in search of a suitable replacement head and was said to have found an elephant head of Lord Indra – and so Ganesha was given this elephant head.
And that is why it is said that Shani’s vision can become more difficult than Shani’s conjunction.
So it means that for the last few years, the vision of Saturn is falling on Virgo and Aries. talk to someone?
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FAQ For Vedic Astrology:-
What is the meaning of Vedic astrology?
Rooted in India’s ancient knowledge system, the Vedas, Vedic astrology is based on the belief that the stars and planets have a powerful influence on our lives. According to Hindu teachings, life is meant for spiritual growth.
Why are my zodiac signs different in Vedic astrology?
Although Western astrology does not take this change into account, the sidereal system recognizes the discrepancy and corrects it in the birth chart using a system called Ayanamsa. Because of this, your zodiac sign in Vedic astrology can be much better than before.
Which religions are Vedic?
The Vedas are the oldest stage of religious activity in India for which there is written material. It is one of the major traditions that shaped Hinduism. Knowledge of Vedic religion is derived from surviving texts and also from certain rituals observed within the framework of modern Hinduism.
Is Vedic astrology the real astrology?
Vedic astrology is astronomically more accurate than Western astrology. Another difference between these two systems is that Vedic astrologers focus more on the dharma and karma of their subjects, while Western astrologers focus on how planetary aspects affect us psychologically.