Kala Sarpa Yoga

Rahu-Kethu - shadowplanetKalsarpa Yoga in Horoscope – Effects of Kala Sarpa Yogam
From Hindu Devotional Blog

Kalsarpa Yoga or Kala Sarpa Yogam, as per Hindu astrology, is a dreaded yoga found in a person’s horoscope where the person under the influence of this yog leads a very miserable life. ‘Kal’ means ‘Time’ and ‘Sarpa’ means ‘Snake or Serpent’. Kalsarp Yoga is so powerful that it can even cancel out all the good Yogas of your horoscope chart.

How Kalsarpa Yoga is formed

When some stars concentrate at a single particular position in the horoscope it is the conjunction of Continue reading

Bending the Mind Again

hybrids-liu-xue-99 Mind-Bending Epiphanies That Turned My World Upside-Down
By Raptitude, 2013

Over the years I’ve learned dozens of little tricks and insights for making life more fulfilling. They’ve added up to a significant improvement in the ease and quality of my day-to-day life. But the major breakthroughs have come from a handful of insights that completely rocked my world and redefined reality forever.

The world now seems to be a completely different one than the one I lived in about ten years ago, when I started looking into the mechanics of quality of life. It wasn’t the world (and its people) that changed really, it was how I thought of it.

Maybe you’ve had some of the same insights. Or maybe Continue reading

Kala Sarpa and Naga Dosha

Cobra Tower KuwaitKala Sarpa: Remove Snake Curses
From Astro Ved

Kala Sarpa is a ‘yoga’ as opposed to a ‘dosha’. A yoga can prove to be beneficial or favorable at some point in life while a dosha can be unfavorable, if left unchecked. When you understand how to use the power of Kala Sarpa yoga you can approach it with wisdom rather than fear … just like a material world snake. Rahu is the planet that would break/cease and Ketu is the planet that would pose threats.

Astrologically, when all the planets are sandwiched between Rahu and Ketu, it is deemed to be Kala Sarpa. If the planets are moving towards Ketu, it is Kala Sarpa yoga. If the planets are moving towards Rahu, it is Kala Sarpa dosha. If the ascendant or Moon is not in the axis and all the planets are in between Rahu and Ketu, it is also Kala Sarpa yoga, even though the planets are moving towards Rahu.

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Vastu Dosha

Vastu PurushaVaastu Introduction
From Divine Rudraksha

Vaastu is a Sanskrit word meaning ‘dwelling’ or a building used for residential purposes. The first mention of Vaastu is found in the Yajurveda, the ancient text of Hindus believed to be over 4000 years old. They cover a wide variety of buildings like places of worship, marriage houses, party houses, palaces and chariots and dwellings.The first book on this subject is believed to have been written about 3000 years back by saint Vishwakarma.

What is Vaastu ? Continue reading

Dosha Nivaranam

Mamma MokshaJyothish – Dosha Nivaranam or Quick Astrological Remedy
By Anugraha Gayathri Theertam

Almost all problem regarding life is connected with the following Doshas. By knowing the remedies you can overcome the doshas and proceed in your prosperous and successful family life.

1. Vasthu Dosha :-
It is the problem connected with the position, structure and alignment of your residence.

2. Sarpa dosha/Naga dosha :-
There are a lot of places where serpents are clustered. Sarpa and Nagas are divine and the disturbance or harm to them could bring you Sarpa Sapa which shall results in sarpa dosha. It may result in the harm of children, hindrance in marriage, incurable diseases- especially skin diseases. Continue reading

Bindi on the Eye

tulak bindi -akamaihdSIGNIFICANCE OF A BINDI
By Shoumik Das, 2013

A Bindi is an auspicious mark worn by young girls and women in India. The name is derived from “Bindu”, a Sanskrit word for “point” or “dot” and is usually red in color made with vermillion powder which is worn by women between their eyebrows on the forehead.

The origin of the bindi can be found in ancient times but has lost this significance in modern life and is mostly worn all over the world as an accessory. However, bindis have a special significance even today in the Indian tradition. There are different colors worn for different occasions and stages in life, although most women these days don’t follow these rules of color anymore. Men also wear a Tilak during pujas (prayers) or Continue reading

Shiva and Shakti – Maha Bindu

Bindu Sakti–Light Energy
By V.Krishnaraj, 2012

From Nirguna Siva (Siva beyond the beyond without attributes, Supreme Consciousness) originate the three Bindus: Brahma Bindu, Vishnu Bindu, and Rudra Bindu. Karana Bindu (Causal Bindu) gives rise to Karya Bindu (Effector Bindu), which gives rise to Nada (sound) which again gives rise to Bija (Seed).

The three Bindus are the sun (Ravi), Moon (Chandra), and Fire (Agni). Fire and Moon are in the Sun which is mixed or Misra Bindu, also known as Paramasiva and Kamakala, the latter is a triangle representing Divine Desire and the root of all mantras. Moon –Soma, Chandra– is Siva Bindu and also Sita Bindu (White Bindu). Fire is Sakti Bindu and also Sona Bindu (Red Bindu). Sun is a mixture of both. Fire is Will; Moon is Knowledge; Sun is Action (Iccha, Jnana and Kriya). Sita Bindu or White Bindu on its descent to material level becomes semen, and Sona Bindu (Red Bindu) to Menstrual fluid.

Sun = Misra Bindu = Paramasiva = Para-Siva = KAmakala. Misra Bindu is Sakti Tattva when Sakti is Continue reading


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