Untold Vedic Astrology: Logical exploration of key principles in Vedic astrology

Gaurish Borkar
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 Vedic Astrology is an advanced science. It is based on many principles in quantum physics. This book connects common ideas between quantum physics and Vedic Astrology. This will help astrologers to understand key principles better and help them apply those with confidence.

The book connects Vedic astrology with

1.      Triune brain theory

2.      Multiple intelligence theory

3.      Quantum physics

4.      Fetus development

5.      Body clock

6.      Modern astronomy

It also explains

1.      Important principles for analysis

2.      Building blocks of Vedic astrology

3.      How significations of houses and signs were decided

4.      9 various states of planets

5.      Planetary war, conjunction and associaltion of planets

6.      How to analyse Rahu and Kethu

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About the author

 Mr. Gaurish Borkar was first introduced to Vedic astrology when he was a teen and got his first degree in astrology when he was just 14. He comes from a traditional family and his grandfather Shree. Haribhau Borkar was well known astrologer from Goa India. Even though Gaurish could not get much guidance from his grandfather as he died when Gaurish was too young, inherited knowledge was always in the blood. Gaurish got guidance from his cousin grandfather for next few years. After practicing Vedic astrology successfully for more than 6 years, Gaurish realized that just ability of accurate prediction is not good enough but ability to provide a solution is more important. Therefore, he started learning various remedial measures like Reiki, gemmology, hypnosis and NLP along with traditional remedial measures. He started his practice of Vedic astrology again after studying various remedial measures for more than 16 years. Now days he enjoys to evolve people and help them to achieve their goals, rather than just predicting their future.

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Gaurish Borkar
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Jul 2, 2016
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Body, Mind & Spirit / Astrology / Eastern
Body, Mind & Spirit / Astrology / General
Body, Mind & Spirit / Astrology / Horoscopes
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This book talks about the fundamentals of domestic vastu. The word Vastu originated from the Sanskrit word “Vas” and the meaning of this word is to live life or to reside. The word “Vasu” originated from “Vas” and finally this word “Vastu” originated from “Vasu”. Meaning of the word Vastu is a place where a person resides. The meaning of Shastra is a book which deals with the mysterious and systematic explanation of a subject, therefore the meaning of Vastushastra is a book related to the residence. The origin and anatomy of Vastushastra is based on the principle of the five elements of creation. As our body is also made up of these five elements, if enough attention is paid to the incorporation of these five elements in the construction of a house then the people residing in the building shall reside happily. These five elements are- Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Space. Our universe also is made up of these five elements only. Therefore the saying goes – (Yatpindetatbramhande). God ( bhagwan) has given these five gifts to us– from (bha) bhumi (land), from (ga) gagan (sky, ether), from (va) vayuq (air), from (na) neer (water). God is represented by the symbol (Om). These five elements are present in this Om also. “Aa” is Agni (fire), “Au” is Jal (water), “Ma” is Vayu (air), “ W ” (ardhachandra) is Bhoomi (land) and “0” is Akash (ether, sky). Similarly the word Vastu also denotes these five elements. From “Va” Vayu (air), from “Aa” Agni (fire), from “Sa” “Srishti” Bhoomi (land), from “Ta” Tat means Akash (ether/ sky) and from “Au” Jal (water). These five elements also are represented by the five planets. 1. Earth is represented by Mars 2. Water is represented by Venus 3. Fire is represented by Sun 4. Air is represented by Saturn 5. Ether is represented by Jupiter. Similarly mind is controlled by Moon. Intelligence is controlled by Mercury. Ego and arrogance is controlled by Rahu and moksha or spirituality by Ketu. Disbalance of these elements in the body produces ill health and disease. In a similar manner the disbalance of these elements in a house creates varied kind of troubles for the persons living in it. There are unlimited forces present in nature. Some of these forces influence us, for example the gravitational force of earth, the magnetic and electrical energy of the universe and the electromagnetic force present everywhere. These energies also exist in the constructed house and they continue influencing the electromagnetic force present in the human body. This produces the auspicious or inauspicious results. These results vary from place to place depending on the geographical location. For these reasons the results of vastu principles are not the same all over the world. They differ according to the longitude and latitude of the place. They also differ according to the horoscope of the person concerned. If man goes along with the flow of nature's energies, it produces good health, progress and prosperity. If he goes against the flow of nature, he faces hurdles and obstructions everywhere. Hence it is utmost important and necessary for us to organize our lives according to nature, only then we can live happily. Halayudha kosha says that, Vastu is that art of house construction, which starts from Ishan kona etc and which protects the residents of the house from natural calamities and obstructions.
Prediction through Dasha System is the chief objective of Predictive Astrology. Maharshi Parashar has mentioned 43 types of Dashas in his "Brihat Parashar Hora Shastra". Here in this book the Vimshottari Dasha has been mentioned elaborately in particular, which is used extensively. Besides, the Ashtottari and Yogini Dashas have also been narrated briefly. Vimshottari Dasha system is based on constellation. This system is used throughout India and recognized by all. It is based on the lordship of planet. The native can have result according to the house of which the planet is the lord. So, it is essential to know the Karakatva of the house and the merit of the lord of it. The book has been composed keeping in view the problems of the students of All India Federation of Astrologers' Societies on the inspiration of Mr. Arun Kumar Bansal. This book explains the method of prediction on the basis of Dasha in any easy to understand manner. A learned astrologer has to make study of the three different parts of a horoscope - 1. Yoga, the combination of planets and Lords, 2. Period-sub-period i.e. dasha, 3. Gochar that is, transit. All the three parts are the supplements of each other. Yoga is most important among all the three parts. Period-sub-period i.e. dasha may prove to be futile if there is no Yoga in a horoscope. For example, Period-sub-period that of Lord of fifth house or of Karaka planet cannot bless a native with a child if there is no Santan Yoga in his horoscope. Likewise, Gochar too cannot do anything if there is no Yoga in a horoscope. So, all the three parts are essential to have the result.
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