If all of this sounds like spiritual hokey pokey then - well it is and it isn´t. Every action or transition in life is a spiritual pivot at which time one decides to do one thing instead of another. What decision one makes and the success of such activity depends on ones own state of awareness and the light imbued in the decision making process. Thus even the most mundane and physical events in life are of cosmic importance and set the stage for everything that is to come. Just as one seeks good counsel before making decisions one looks to Jyotish in order to know what to do and to remove obstacles to bring about the most perfect action possible. Quantum physics has described reality as being influenced by the observer
to such an extent that the act of observing the world may even define what it is we see. Activity like meditation, prayer, spiritual ceremony or healing, focus our consciousness (energy) in such a way that it allows us to more powerfully influence the „reality“ of our lives.
The reading takes from 60 to 75 minutes. You may bring 2 or 3 prepared questions about any aspect of your life.
The reading is digitally recorded for you. Readings can be done at a distance or by computer link via Skype or Facebook messenger.
What is Jyotish? Jyotir is a Sanskrit word and means light. Jyotish is the science of light. In this instance the science of
light is astrology.
What is Ganapati (Ganesh)? Ganesh is the Hindu elephant god associated with success, prosperity and the removal of obstacles. He is the keeper of wisdom and healer to the gods. He is said to be the son of the god Shiva and his consort Parvati. As such he would be the first creation of god. This principle of first created is found in all religions, philosophies and even in science.
What is a „Rat“? Traditionally the vehicle the lord Ganesh uses is a mouse or rat. I´m not sure that the elephant actually uses a mouse to get around, probably not. The mouse or rat is significant because the rat can go almost anywhere and does´t let anything stop it. Traditionally Ganesh is represented with a small mouse or rat at his feet. The rat is therefore the person who reads or interprets the chart and guides you through it. The rat is as much a Jyotish practitioner as a guide to the akashic records (a major theme in Ganapati Jyotish). The rat is also symbolic of the greatest of human aspirations (greatness) as well as the least (humility). In the Chinese horoscope the Rat is the first of the twelve astrological (zodiacal) animals.