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The Study of Vedic Astrology

Victor Epand

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There are a variety of vedic books available that may focus on a number of subjects such as astrology, which many have found to be quite fascinating. There are books and magazines available to individuals who are interested in learning more about ambiance associated with vedic astrology.

The study of vedic astrology originated in ancient India by spiritual scientists, who were interested in developing a more complete knowledge of this remarkable subject. This ancient culture by many spiritual giants was created several centuries ago and has continued fascinating man even today. Although it was confined to India for a very long time, the attraction has lately attracted the attention of the western civilization.

Vedic astrology presents itself with a wisdom of a scientific manner that has surrounded by superstition and mysticism in the past, but by studying it individuals are able to get a more in depth understanding of its purpose. By focusing on the Zodiac, individuals will realize that each sign of the Zodiac that appears in the horoscope are related to health, disease, and the longevity of the individual in some way or another. These signs of the Zodiac are more relevant to individuals lives than others, but all of them will deal with some aspect of the health of the individual However, each sign will represent and affect different body parts depending which sign you were born under.

Another section of vedic astrology engulfs the belief that a duly married couple that observes all of the religious obligations of their society with patience, modesty, and honesty will enjoy a worldly bliss. After death, it is felt that this couple will born be joined in heaven. Marriage is felt to be a multi dimensional union that involves the couples mental, physical, and spiritual state of their marriage. The moon in its natal shape is the sole representative of the mind of an individual and since marriage is the union of not only two bodies, but of two minds as well, then the marriage is emerges through the signs of the moon as the bride and the groom.

Other ideas of vedic astrology are often times viewed as contradicting, but these is due to individuals viewing them with a closed mind. They could be understood better if they would take the time to find the appropriate information for learning about the Zodiac horoscopes and the true meanings of these signs and their significances. These may be the true mysteries of human life that are hidden within the art and science of vedic astrology.

In the more modern Indian and Hindu cultures, there has became a high reverence to Gurus, who are considered to be enlightened masters. Individuals trust the spoken words of these gurus as a type of ancient scriptural voice that it is accepted with little if any doubt at all. Modern day vedic astrologers have begun adjusting more of a western approach, which includes a more intensive psychological analysis with more analytical predictive work. Ultimately, this will take into account all the culture degrees of each individual and events when preparing their analysis.

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