1st May at 13.00 Sanjay Rath: Jyotisa Chakra healing Part 1
We all know that the four principal elements manifest through the four kendra. But what holds them together? What adamantine glue keeps them in harmony and balances life? And how can we replenish this? Let us take a look at the four kendra, four lokapala and the one who pervades everything.
1st May at 15.00 Sharat Misra: Jyotisha principles for sound health & wellbeing.
Having learned under the guidance of Pt. Sanjay Rath, from the tradition of Sri Achyutananda Dasa, I will outline Jyotisha principles whereby sound health and wellbeing of a person can be discerned from a chart. Ultimately it is the balance of favourable and adverse factors in a chart along with blessings that determines good and sound health both of the body and the mind. Knowledge passed down from the great seers will be used to highlight the use of sambandha and yogas in health and disease along with the principles of using simple remedial measures to avert health troubles.
1st May at 17.00 Eve Mendoza: Nakshatras and the Mind.
When we invite the Nakshatras into our personal dialogue with the Grahas, Rashis and Bhavas a new intimacy with Jyotish Shastra is naturally awakened. The pure expression, the personalization of the Mind of Kalapurusha, is seen and a new clarity is born through simply contemplating Nakshatras.
Establishing a relationship with Nakshatras is the ultimate purification of what we call ‘Mind’ and opens doors to greater potential to truly help ourselves and others in a way that adds value to life. There are fewer greater gifts than peace of Mind. We can cultivate a bond with the Nakshatras that reveals the path most in harmony with our individual nature. The study of Nakshatras is a practical tool for any psychologist as much as an invaluable tool for those seeking intimacy with a deeper understanding of themselves and others.