Money and Wealth-related topics are indeed the most searched topic. Most people in the world want to know more about the state of money and wealth in their life especially the new generation of entrepreneurs. But what are the chances of you ever searching for “money and wealth yoga“?
What if we told you yoga in combination your horoscope will make you rich and wealthy? Many people have perfect wealth generating horoscopes still they struggle to get money in their life and are living their lives as the middle class. So today Illulife talks about Vedic Astrology, some Yoga, wealth and money and money, and money.
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What is Vedic Astrology?
Vedic Astrology is a medium for higher understanding. Through knowledge of Vedic astrology, some people are even able to predict the future of another person, even weather prediction through astrology, in general, is possible. Vedic Astrology experts are always in search of great Money Yoga’s in combination with Astrology chart which can easily make them multi-millionaires.
Basically, Vedic Astrology is the knowledge of the nine planets, the Twelve Astrology Signs, and also the Twelve astrology houses which signify different parts of our lives. Every individual, including you that is born on this earth has same the foundation of nine planets, twelve signs and twelve houses in their horoscope. Whether people put their trust in astrology or not, it does not make any difference for the Vedic astrology system.
There are certain “windows of opportunity” for every individual to achieve everything they desire within their lives if they seize these moments. That being said, there are also moments in which can be the downfall of the individual. Knowing when these moments are at hand can be very useful for spiritual entrepreneurs today.
How is Vedic Astrology any different from Western Astrology?
Western Astrology: It’s All About The Sun
Western Astrology was devised by the Greeks and the Babylonians around 2,000 to 3,000 years ago. They believed that, since the Sun is the center of the Solar System, the relationship of the Earth to the Sun is most important. It utilizes the Tropical Zodiac, which measures the relationship of the Sun to the Earth’s tropics (the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn).
On or around March 22 of each year marks the start of Spring, the Vernal Equinox in which we have day and night of equal lengths. This is astrologically the true beginning of a new year. (One of the Roman emperors made January 1 the beginning of the calendar year – it means nothing astrologically.) Because it is the astrological new year, Western astrology dictates that the first sign, Aries, begin around the Vernal Equinox and the other signs follow in consecutive order.
Vedic Astrology: It’s In The Stars
Vedic Astrology does not measure when the signs begin and end in this way. It utilizes the Sidereal or Stellar Zodiac, which looks to the fixed stars of the constellations to determine this. Sidereal means “pertaining to the stars.”
According to Vedic astrology, looking at the relationship of the Earth to the Sun is not an accurate approach to measuring the signs due to what’s referred to as the “precession of the equinoxes.” The Earth is spinning like a top in one direction but wobbling slightly in the other. This causes the equinoxes to precede about 50 seconds every year. What this means in simple, layman’s terms is that every 72 years, we lose an entire day in our revolution. Therefore, every 72 years, the signs must shift backward by a day to remain astronomically literal.
The Western system does not adjust for this. Thus, the astrology that is predominantly practiced in Western Civilizations is no longer astronomically observable. When a Western astrologer says, “Venus in Sagittarius,” you can look at night with your naked eye at the star group Sagittarius, and Venus will not be there – it will be one sign back in Scorpio. This is a major reason astronomers do not believe in astrology.
The Vedic system, however, does adjust for the precession of the equinoxes. When Western Astrology was devised, the two systems had the same dates for the Sun signs. Over the centuries, they have drifted apart by around 25 days.
Thus, most people are the Sun sign prior to the sign they have always believed. It shifts the whole chart backward 24 degrees, often changing not only the Sun sign, but the rising sign and Moon sign, as well as the positions of all the planets in the chart.
Looking To The Future
One of the most exciting tools of Vedic Astrology is the use of “planetary periods” of influence. The periods are incredibly predictive. By looking to that planet in the chart – its sign, house, aspects, house lordship, conjunctions, and strength – one can tell very specifically what a person can expect to experience during that planetary period. Each major period is then broken down into sub-periods lasting one to three years, which then adds another layer of prediction.
Ponder this, right now you are on a rock moving close to 70,000 miles per hour around a huge ball of fire. This has been happening for 4.5 billion years. This is where astrological wisdom should begin. The ancient Indian’s knew this and developed many systems of living that show how spirit takes form and how to evolve consciousness within that. An understanding of both Yoga and Indian principles is essential if one is to master VEDIC Astrology. This book first unpacks the core tenets of Indian / Yoga philosophy (called Samkya philosphy), then connects those teachings to the practice of Vedic astrology. This is accomplished by first analyzing the history of Indian literature (Vedas, Upanishads, Puranas, etc.). Next, that history is traced to the 2 main Yogic texts, the Bhagavad Gita and the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. Then those practices are woven together / cross-referenced through the principles of Samkya philosophy (Gunas, elements, Kosha, Chakras, Karma). Only then are the essentials of Vedic astrology explored – Planets, Signs, Houses, Nakshatras, Aspects, Harmonic Charts and more. This book is also the basic manual for the American Academy of Vedic Art and Science Level I Certification Course.
- Sam Geppi
- New Leaf Distributing Co Inc
- Edition no. 1 (01/25/2016)
- Paperback: 376 pages
Why is Money so important anyway?
If we explain Money in very simple language. It would come down to “If we don’t have money then we would be known as common/poor and if we have a lot of money then we would be known as rich in the human society.” However, money is so powerful it can even be seen is as another God of human life. We need money to fulfill our dreams, our wishes, and our needs, without money we can’t do anything. Some even need money so bad that they would kill and steal for it. Many may disagree with the importance of money, but fact remains that if you really want to be free in all aspects, you have to be wealthy. And wealthy enough for your family name in order to secure real freedom for your family name.
Planets are active since the moment you were born and are playing their role in your success and failure according to your horoscopes planetary combination. (This is all based on your past deeds. Past lives.)
We need to have a look at which astrology combinations signify money and wealth in one’s chart.
The Houses which signify Money is astrology are – 1st, 2nd, 5th, 9th and 11th House.
But we can’t look at houses alone, we must also consider their “lords” in order to create the proper Money Yoga. So any connection between these houses and their lord’s can create “Money Yoga” also known as “Dhan Yoga” in an individual’s horoscope. Although this post is for Wealth and Money generating research, please never ignore 3rd, 4th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 10th, and 12th houses too while calculating money in your horoscope.
A brief explanation of the 12 Houses of Vedic Astrology
The houses represent the fields of experience wherein the energies of the signs and planets operate. Rather than symbolizing just the outward experiences and environmental circumstances specified by most traditional astrology, the houses are also revealing of the inner state and of one’s personal subjective experience and attitudes. By noting the planets’ placements in the natal chart, an astrologer can tell which levels and areas of experience will be strongly emphasized in a person’s life.
The keyword system discussed on the following pages is meant to clarify interpretation and understanding primarily of the psychological and inner significance of the houses. It is an attempt to perceive the essential meanings of the fields of experience known as the “houses.” If the essential meanings are understood, they can then be applied to and illuminate all the diverse activities and experiences traditionally symbolized by the houses.
Emphasizing the type of house containing planets in a natal chart helps one to see the chart as a whole. One familiar way of defining the houses is to separate them into the classifications of angular, succedent, and cadent.
The angular houses (1, 4, 7, 10) are associated with a self-activating quality and have an immediate impact on the structure of one’s life. The keyword for the angular houses is ACTION.
The succedent houses (2, 5, 8, 11) are associated with individual desires and the areas of life we want to control and consolidate. The keyword for this type of house is SECURITY.
The cadent houses (3, 6, 9, 12) are areas where there is input, exchange, and distribution of thoughts and observations. The keyword for these houses is LEARNING.
The progression of houses from angular through succedent and cadent and back to angular again symbolises the flow of life experience: we act, we consolidate the results of our actions in order to gain security, we learn from what we have done and become aware of what remains to be done; and therefore, we act again. Thus, a person with a strong emphasis on one of these three types of houses by planetary placement invariably pours a lot of energy into and experiences many challenges related to action, security, or learning.
The houses can also be divided into groups of three, depending upon the element of the signs associated with that group of houses. Key phrases and guidelines for understanding these groups are as follows. (Psychic Trinity,’ “Trinity of Wealth,” etc. are quite old terms, and are used here primarily as convenient labels.).
Fire Houses (“THE TRINITY OF LIFE”—1, 5, 9)
These houses are associated with one’s attitude toward life and the experience of being alive. They represent an outpouring of energy into the world and aspirations that motivate us to do so. The person with an emphasis on these houses lives in his or her enthusiasms, ideas, and dreams for the future. Faith and confidence (or the marked lack of it) and the need to see an effect on the world at large through one’s initiatives dominate much of the person’s life activity. The person experiences self most immediately through projecting dreams into the world and seeing them manifested as reality. Planets in the fire houses affect the individual’s ATTITUDE TOWARD LIFE ITSELF and the person’s entire sense of faith and confidence in self. The keyword that sums up the essential meaning of the fire houses is IDENTITY; for our sense of identity, our sense of determining our attitude toward life in general.
Earth Houses (“THE TRINITY OF WEALTH”—2, 6, 10)
These houses are associated with the level of experience wherein we try to satisfy our basic NEEDS in the practical world. Planets in these houses indicate energies that can most easily be put to use in dealing with the physical world, and that can be developed as expertise in the management of resources. The person with an emphasis on these houses lives energetically in the physical world, building, doing, achieving, acquiring, and defining his or her purpose in life by the status and security achieved. Those with a strong emphasis in the earth houses tend to want to settle into a niche in life, as they are searching for the place where they can be the most productive and most easily satisfy their practical needs. This person experiences self most immediately through work, through feeling useful, and through practical achievement. He or she wants to fulfill a calling or role in the great world outside. Planets in the earth houses affect the individual’s attitudes toward vocation, career ambitions, and the capacity to produce effective results. The keyword for these houses is MATERIAL, for the earth houses deal chiefly with concerns of the material world.
Air Houses (“THE TRINITY OF RELATIONSHIPS—3, 7, 11)
These houses are associated not only with social contacts and relationships of all types but also with CONCEPTS. The person with an emphasis on these houses lives in the mind and in relationships. Concepts and the sharing of those concepts dominate much of the person’s life activity. The person experiences self most immediately through a sense of mutual understanding with others and through discovering and expressing the reality and importance of specific ideas or theories. Planets in the air houses affect the individual’s interests, associations, mode of verbal expression, and social life. The keywords for the air houses are SOCIAL and INTELLECTUAL.
Water Houses (“THE PSYCHIC TRINITY”—4, 8, 12)
All of these houses deal with the past, with the conditioned responses that are now instinctual and operate through the emotions. Planets in these houses show what is happening on subconscious levels and indicate the process of gaming consciousness through the assimilation of the essence of the past, while simultaneously letting go of the useless memories and fears that hold us back. The person with an emphasis on these houses lives a great deal in the feelings and in his or her deeper YEARNINGS. The emotional and soul needs dominate much of the person’s life activity and energy expenditure. Planets in the water houses affect the individual’s emotional predisposition, how he or she copes with fulfilling private needs and confronting obsessive feelings, and to what extent the person lives in a private way or in the inner life. The keywords for the water houses are EMOTIONAL and SOUL.
The following presents a concise formulation of the keywords described above:
Made of Expression
Level of Experience
Air: Social & Intellectual
Water: Soul & Emotional
FINDING WEALTH WITHIN YOUR OWN ASTROLOGICAL BIRTH CHART
- Astrology for Yourself How to Understand And Interpret Your Own Birth Chart
- Demetra George, Douglas Bloch
- Ibis Press
- Edition no. Workbook (03/20/2006)
- Paperback: 280 pages
SPECIFIC MONEY AND WEALTH ASPECTS WITHIN VEDIC ASTROLOGY
There are certain planets that rule wealth and money. They are specifically Jupiter and Venus, which is actually called the karakas (indicators) for wealth and prosperity.
The most important Houses for Money and Wealth are 2, 11, 9, 5 and 8.
2nd house: income and financial matters, how you earn your money.
11th house: great gains, large sums of money that come in all at once.
9th house: of luck and fortune.
5th house: speculation and intelligence, stocks, trading, and creative pursuits and talent.
8th house: inheritance, money that comes from others
1st house represents YOU, connections with any of these other wealth-producing houses brings money to you.
The planets that rule houses 2, 11, 5 and 9 are your money and wealth planets. The ruler of the 8th house will not bring you money, but planets placed in that house can indicate money through inheritance or marriage. Planets in houses 2, 11, 5 and 9 will produce money, but if you do not have planets in these houses the planetary rulers of these houses will indicate the capability to achieve money, and from what source.
The most powerful combination for money and wealth is when the 2nd house is connected to the 11th house. It means money will come in large sums. The next powerful combination is when the 1st house is connected to the 2nd house. Any connection of the 1st house to the 2nd house will create money.
Combinations of the wealth-producing houses will bring money, and this means any connection between the 2, 5, 9, and the 11 houses produce money. Combined with the 1st house is powerful. In Vedic astrology, this combination or connection of these houses is called Dhana Yogas.
Earth Signs and Houses
The natural Earth houses 2, 6, and 10 will be active as well for financial gains. In the natural zodiac, the earth signs are Taurus, Virgo and Capricorn. In the natural zodiac, Taurus is the 2nd sign, Virgo the 6th sign, and Capricorn the 10th sign. These houses are specifically about earthly matters, which pertain to money.
The planet that rules the 2nd house of money will indicate the area you will be most successful in making money. The house this planet resides gives clues to financial success
The planet that rules the 11th house will indicate where our fortunes come.
Extra: Detailed Aspects of money and wealth
The aspects are the degree orbs between two planets. Certain degree orbs are more fortunate than others, some create ease and luck while others create tension and obstacles for the planets involved. The aspect that gives wealth and ease is the trine, 120 degrees between planets, conjunctions and oppositions are important too.
Combinations of the planets that rule the money houses will produce money. The way the money is acquired is through the house these planets occupy, meaning if they occupy the 5th house money can come through speculation, sports, or entertainment. If a combination is in the 8th house the money may come from and inheritance.
• Combinations of planets that rule 2nd, 11th, 5th and 9th houses will produce great wealth, and if Jupiter aspects these planets it will magnify the results of wealth and money even more. Jupiter expands what it aspects. Jupiter’s aspects are the conjunction, opposition and the trine aspect (120 degrees).
• Rahu and Ketu as they aspect another planet can have the effect of Jupiter for they will expand and inflate things. Particularly, if Rahu is in the main houses of money (2, 5, 9, and 11) Rahu in the 2nd and the 11th is especially powerful for wealth.
• When Rahu or Ketu aspect Jupiter with a trine (120 degrees) than Jupiter mutually aspects them with a trine. This in another powerful indication of extremes and multiplies a person’s wealth!
To predict when these planets will produce their results, the transits of the planets in the heavens as they aspect the natal combinations produce their results.
To be a strong planet it must be a strong sign, in a good house and not aspected by more than one malefic planet.
Good houses: Trikonal 1, 5, 9 and the angular or kendra houses 1, 4, 7, and 10 are powerful and will promote a person to power and success. The signs a planet is strong is their exaltation sign and the sign they rule. The weakest sign a planet can be in is the debilitation sign.
• A rule to remember, Venus is the only planet that prospers well in the 12th house: and Venus in the 12th will bring wealth and money. The stronger the sign the better the wealth. Venus is strongest in Pisces, Libra and Taurus
Exaltation is the strongest sign and Debilitation is the weakest sign for these Planets
Charts of the mega-rich will demonstrate all these simple rules presented here: The houses 2, 5, 9, 11 and the 8th house (for money through others). The connection of the 1st house brings the wealth to the person. The aspects and planets connect and empower these houses of money and wealth.
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