Vinayak Bhatt is a professional astrologer with more than 15 years of experience in the field. He has practised astrology religiously over an extended period of time to have acquired the kind of expertise and mastery he has over his craft. He carries over 5 years of teaching experience and also as an Astro Columnist. He has also authored numerous articles for the Pioneer Magazine.
Vinayak Bhatt has been the instructor of various eye-opening astrology courses – “Ayur Jyotish” (in two languages, Hindi and English), “Vedic Astrology for Beginners, “Jyotishmati Pragya Meditation Program”, “Prashneeyam” (in two languages, Hindi and English), “Market Forecasting” (a stock market astrological course), and “Decoding Bhrigu Nandi Nadi”.
Some of the aforementioned courses conducted by the author are first of their kinds, and have never been taught before in the history of astrology. It includes “Prashneeyam”, “Jyotishmati Pragya Meditation Program” and “Market Forecasting”, which is a stock market astrological course deciphering the dynamics of stock market through the mystical lens. “Jyotishmati Pragya Meditation Program” is the first ever meditation course for astrologers. It has a unique curriculum offering invaluable insights on how to perform meditation, the course is adeptly designed for astrologers to tap into their subconscious, become more receptive to energies and eventually hone their predictive and perceptive astrological skills, in a holistic way.
About the Book:
The basic planetary blueprint determines the drive and attitude of the native towards life, thus, understanding the basic astrological components becomes imperative for an appropriate interpretation.
Maharishi Parashar who offered us a wealth of celestial instructions in form of Brihat Parashara Hora Shastra also gave us infinitely more beneficial rules which come in handy in understanding how an individual can unwind their karma while fulfilling their duties in the most authentic way possible. The readers can make use of chapter 5, Parashar’s 3 Important Rules for Prediction that I am certain will inspire further thought and reflection on the interpretation of horoscopes.
Every aspect of a horoscope can only be fully interpreted in the light of the entire horoscope. Dasha and Gochar jointly play a catalyzing role in one’s chart, giving flavour to the outcomes. The level of awareness is sometimes prone to be clouded by the limited tools available in our astrological arsenal, to tackle the same, I have covered Bhrighu Chakra Paddathi (BCP) in Chapter 6 as an alternative method for predicting events. The book provides in-depth knowledge and practical application of karaktatwas.
My suggestion to the readers is to steer clear of rigid interpretations and ‘cookbook’ frameworks which have their limitations as the parameters cannot be fixed in this amorphous science of astrology that inspires greater awareness and fulfillment, rather ironically so.
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