Study the effect of the Lagna in the sixteen divisions. What is the implication of the Lagna being in a malefic sign like Aquarius or Scorpio How do some aspects of life always cause trouble? Study the implications of the Lagna and realise that this holds the key to the divisional chart
Padma Purāṇa Extract Lord Shiva said “My dear Pārvatī, now I will relate to you the glories of the Eleventh Chapter of Śrīmad Bhagavad-gītā. It is not possible to tell it’s full glories, as there are thousands of stories, I will relate one of them only. On the banks of the Pranita river is a large town of the name Megankara in which is the famous temple of Jagat Iśvara (Jagannāth). Jagat Iśvara is holding in His hand a bow.
[caption id="attachment_1267" align="alignright" width="274"] ॐ गुरवे नमः | om gurave namaḥ[/caption] Sapphire Illustration Process of energizing Yellow Sapphire ring Direction : North – East Weekday : Thursday Color : Yellow (Turmeric) Metal : Gold Gemstone : Yellow Sapphire, Yellow Topaz Fruit : Banana, Mango [Yellow] Flower : White Flowers Food : Rice mixed with Bengal Gram Incense: Champa Prāṇāyāma Instruction: This is to be done 10 (ten) times. Breathe in and recite mentally ॐ भू: । ॐ भुवः॒ । ॐ स्वः । ॐ महः । ॐ जनः । ॐ तपः । ॐ सत्यम । om bhūḥ| om bhuvaḥ| om svaḥ| om mahaḥ
[caption id="attachment_1263" align="alignright" width="311"] Sri Bhairava[/caption] The divisions of the signs and the construction of Divisional charts from them are based on certain principles and bear certain characteristics. Principle of equal span The divisions of the signs are normally equal in size except for two very high divisions (Nāḍi and Ardha Nāḍi aṁśa i.e. the D-150 and D-300). For example, the Navāṁśa is the one-ninth division of a sign i.e. 1/9th portion of 30° = 3°20’. The span of every Navāṁśa is 3°20’ arc.
Division refers to an orderly division of the 30 degrees of a sign into parts called Āṁśa. The charts constructed on the basis of the ownership of these divisions1 are called Divisional Charts or simply D-Charts. The sign is divided into ‘N’ number of parts where ‘N’ refers to the Varga number. Each part is called an Āṁśa and maps into a specific sign of the D-N Chart.
[caption id="attachment_1490" align="alignright" width="217"] Just as the twelve jyotirliṅga (ज्योतिर्लिङ्ग) are twelve aṁśa (or varga) of śiva-jyoti (light of lord Shiva), so also the twelve signs represent the twelve aṁśa of the Sun god Sūrya.
Atha अथ षोडशवर्गाध्यायः॥ atha ṣoḍaśavargādhyāyaḥ || This is the chapter title. The word ‘atha’ is an auspicious and inceptive particle which has no English equivalent. It simply means ‘now’ as a reference to a sequence of teaching or time. It consists of two syllables अ (a) which refers to Vasudeva [refer to creation concepts where we learn that the entire universe is an expansion of Vasudeva and a half of Vasudeva is perceptible universe while the other half is imperceptible.
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="400"] Join the Shiva Family to Seek Knowledge[/caption] Who is eligible to join PJC Year-2A Any PJC Member of the batch of 2016 i.e. who joined PJC Year-1 in the year 2016 is eligible to join Any PJC Member of an earlier batch who wishes to repeat the year, is also welcome to join, but you need a clearance from your previous mentor and acceptance from new mentor. Who can attend the Himalaya Class Only those PJC Year-2A Members who have registered for this course online are eligible to attend the Himalaya Class.
Sarbani Rath email@example.com http://sarbanirath.com JSP India Head of SJC 15B Gangaram Hospital Road, New Delhi 110060, India +91-9810449850 fb/SarbaniRath @sarbanirath Bio: Born on the Thirtieth day of June 1962 in Calcutta, India at seventeen minutes past midnight, to very pious parents Ashoke Kumar Sarkar and Aloka, who were the third generation in the Sarkar family directly associating with the Ramakrishna order. Sarbani had the good fortune of associating with the saṅnyāsins of the Śrī Sāradā Math from birth.
Welcome to the second year of the Parāśara Jyotiṣa Course which is divided into two academic years – PJC Year-2A and PJC Year-2B, i.e. two academic years, which can translate into about 3 calendar years. Course fees are payable only for academic years, even if they take longer to complete. Prārambha: Commencement: This is the introduction to the course and the concerned chapters of Bṛhat Parāśara Horā Śāstra.
Lessons The one-twentieth potion of the rāśi maps to the 8<sup>th</sup> house in the second cycle and shows the path of spiritual transformation. Each viṁśāṁśa measures 1°30’ and is exactly half the dasāṁśa (D10 measure 3°) showing how the karma we do is influenced by and influences spiritual transformation. Let us learn the great secrets of the tradition related to the viṁśāṁśa.
Vivāha is the most important part of the navāṁśa. The greatest secret of our tradition is now public knowledge – the manner in which to study multiple marriages and individual spouses, the relationships and everything about vivāha.
Chandrāṁśa is the navāṁśa sign of the Moon. It is an important part of bhāgya (fortune) as fortune manifests within the human society, and society is ruled and controlled by the Moon. The Twelve bhāva from the chandrāṁśa are grouped as follows: Chandrāṁśa: The self (mind) in society, the form of ādi-śaktī that links the native to his society. For example, if in Aquarius, Kālikā Śaktī; if Aries then Caṇḍī, Scorpio shows Cāmuṇḍā etc.
We study the anitya bhāgya kāraka … just to recapitulate – anitya kāraka of any bhāva is the dispositor of the lord of that bhāva. Anitya bhāgya kāraka is the dispositor of the 9th lord. In matters of Dharma only Devaguru Bṛhaspati (Jupiter) is the perfect one. Every planet has its own failings and when placed in the 9th house from navāṁśa lagna, it tells us what we need to be careful about in matters of transgressing the guru.
Dharma, represented by the bull (of Śiva) called Nandiśvara, has four legs. These legs are Dharma Leg Yuga Lagna Bhāva Tapaḥ (austerity) Kṛta Ākāśa Karma 10 Śaucam (purity) Kṛta, Dvāpara Jala Sukha 4 Dayā (mercy) Kṛta, Dvāpara, Treta Asta Dara 7 Satyam (truth) Kṛta, Dvāpara, Treta, Kali Janma Sva 1 Satya is the only leg that has the strength to stand through all the yuga. Other legs become weak and cannot sustain the burden of sin.
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