Leeds International Vedic Astrology Conference: Fate & Fortune
It is always good news when announcing events and gatherings dedicated to the topic that we love, namely Jyotish. One such event has been planned for the month of October this year, in Leeds Theosophical Society.
The topic chosen is Bhagya: Fate & Fortune. The conference has an exciting panel of speakers, including Visti Larsen, Rajan Pitamber, Gordon Brennan, Vijaya Subramanian, and Paul Barker.
Daśā is the study of time and thus also our search for Mahakāla. This Mahakāla is the origin of time and existed before time began. When did our time begin? Does it end, and when? When is a good time or bad time? All these are the study of daśā.
The last part of the Daśā Chidra series: Daśā Matching or Daśā Kuta for couples. Which Daśā system is to be used as well as how to apply this knowledge is taught through the example charts.
Daśā is the study of time and thus also our search for Mahakāla. This Mahakāla is the origin of time and existed before time began. When did our time begin? Does it end, and when? When is a good time or a bad time? All these are the study of daśā.
This is the third segment of Visti’s presentation with his host Anuradha Sharda, on the topic of choosing the right type of Viṁśottari Dasha. Depending on the house placement of the Moon, there are five different variations of the Viṁśottari Dasha.
Comparing 3 types of Vimshottari Dashas is Part 2. of a presentation done by Visti Larsen, with his gracious host, Anuradha Sharda. If you have missed Part 1., we recommend that you start with that. You can find How to read Dasha Sandhi here.
Daśā is the study of time and thus also our search for Mahakāla. This Mahakāla is the origin of time and existed before time began.
The following steps will explain how to use the Bhava, by dividing them into various groups, and what the purpose of the groups are.
The Trikona or Trines are the houses placed in fifth and ninth houses from any particular house/sign. These houses share the same ideals as that of the particular sign they are in trines to. With reference to the Lagna, the fifth and ninth houses from it become the dharma trikona. Similarly, the trines to each of the four houses viz. 1st, 10th, 7th, and 4th are known as the dharma, artha, kama and moksha trikona.
5th and 9th
Dharma (goal, duty, nature)
2nd and 6th
Artha (wealth, sustenance, profession)
11th and 3rd
8th and 12th
Planets or signs in the dharma trikona will show grahas who share the same ideals as the native, i.e. the ninth house shows the father, teachers, guides and elders, which all have the purpose or ideal of protecting and guiding the native’s interest. Similarly, the fifth house shows one’s followers and children whom one protects. Whether these people will also protect one’s ideals, needs to be understood from the concept of sambandha, which means relationships.
Additionally, both the fifth and ninth houses also have to do with the worship the native does, hence planets in the fifth or ninth houses will indicate worships or prayers that the native performs consciously or unconsciously for the realization of his aspirations.