With the festive season having started and Diwali round the corner, we feel it is the right time to understand how to time an important event, commonly called Muhurata. I have always believed that picking up a Muhurata for your Diwali pooja based on “general” principles can be disastrous since every soul has been created differently … LOGIC HAI! Before we proceed, let us understand what time is and why is it necessary. Muhura ta in simple terms denotes a division of time; a period of forty-eight minutes
This month’s article is even more interesting and deals with image issues; have we heard enough of that? Let us start with basics. We all have image issues where we feel we are constantly misunderstood, accused and sometimes credited for things we don’t deserve to be credited for! As we all know by now, we have an ascendant with which we are born based on date, time and place of birth and not just the date of birth, which is too generic and slots us with billions of other souls. Surely, we don’t have the same destiny, so why slot ourselves based on just date or month of birth… LOGIC HAI?
Kaartik Gor is a renowned Astrologer, Business Consultant and conducts series of the workshop under his brand called LOGIC HAI.
The seed for this article was sown in November 2014 with Saturn transiting in sign Scorpio, but it became imperative to write a detailed article after Mars joined Saturn in Scorpio since Feb 2016! As if Saturn was not enough to bully the institution of marriage, we had planet Mars joining the party and ensuring it convinces the most tamest and traditional couples to take the path of separation :(.
LET’S END THIS DEBATE RIGHT NOW. ASTROLOGY; SCIENCE OR FICTION? WHY?
The answer is very simple, firstly let us understand what astrology or ‘jyotish’ is (which is also the Sanskrit name for an astrologer). In simple words, jyotish means “Science of Light” and it is a study of the relationship between the Sun and Moon in your birth chart. It is now well known that we feel extremely positive on a full moon or ‘Poornima’ and go through our low phases during a new moon or ‘Amavasya’.