• Kendra: Quadrants - None of us can feel it, but Britain rises and falls by centimeters every 12 hours and 25 minutes as a great bulge of ocean water washes around the country. Jonathan Amos reports at BBC Lunar Tides The Moon’s gravity imparts tremendous energy to the Earth, raising tides throughout the global oceans. What happens to […]
  • Bhava Chakra: The Houses - Lesson: Bhāva Chakra Examining the 12 houses of the chart. These are houses reckoned from Ascendant (Lagna) reckoned as 1st house. Bhāva Chakra PDF Bhāva Chakra Slides Lesson: Judgment of Results Understanding the principles involved in the judgment of the houses. Includes the well-being and destruction of houses – the causes. Judgment of Results PDF […]
  • Tanu Bhāva: First House - The first house is also called the Lagna in jyotiṣa. It is the sign that is rising at the eastern horizon at a specific time and location on the earth. While it includes the entire sign of the zodiac, a bhāva is composed of nine-pada each measuring 3°20’ (9 × 3°20’ = 30°). This can […]
  • Bhāveśa-I (Bhu Loka) - The four houses related to bhū loka (earth plane) are the Lagna (1st), Dhana (2nd), Sahaja (3rd) and Sukha (4th). Learn the meanings of these words well else you can never really understand the meaning of these houses. It is important to learn the principles involved in judging house results when the lord of a […]
  • Bhāveśa-II (Bhuva Loka) - The four houses related to bhuva loka (intermediate plane – solar system) are the Suta (5th) meaning progeny, Śatru (6th), Dārā (7th) and Mṛtyu (8th). Learn the meanings of these words well else you can never really understand the meaning of these houses. It is important to learn the principles involved in judging house results […]
  • Bhāveśa-III (Svarga Loka) -   The four houses related to svarga loka (higher heavens – nakṣatra, stars) are the Dharma (9th), Karma (10th), Lābha (11th) and Vyaya (12th). The bhāveśa (lord of bhāva) is the real kartā (doer) for that bhāva (house). If it is well placed from (a) lagna as well as (b) that bhāva, it generally, augers […]