AstrologyIlluminate Your Life
Jyotisha, aka Vedic Astrology or the Jyotir Vidya, is the Science or Wisdom of Light. More specifically, it demonstrates our interconnectedness within a holistic-cosmic paradigm where the aphorism, “As of Above, So Below” is it’s consummate summation. Ancient Yogis studied the night’s sky in such depth and breadth that they intuited the qualities of the planets and luminaries and how they affect and mold our individual karmic patterns which in turn produce calculable probabilities. This is the time-space-causality paradigm (aka Law of Karma).
Cosmic Positioning System (CPS)
We are electro-magnetic beings of light, vibration and sound. As we know from direct experience, one’s energy has an affect on those around us. This extends also to the macro-level, where the planets radiate their light-energy, each with their own unique signatures of qualities and attributes (personalities if you wish), which emanate outwards, across space, and pass through and over the Earth and all of it’s inhabitants, influencing us physically, mentally, and spiritually.
Retrofit & Recalibrate
Over millennia a plethora of this data has been analyzed, codified, quantified and qualified allowing the Jyotishi, one who is a human conduit for the Jyotir Vidya, to use an individual’s birth chart to map potentialities to assist that individual on making their life’s journey more efficient, effective and fulfilling. This classic system of divination emphasizes that at times it’s better to sit and wait or at other moments to strike out quickly, seizing or avoiding certain currents of supportive or obstructing energies in order to make the best use of one’s time & energy during this lifetime, to become fully aligned with one’s specific purpose (aka Dharma), and to be as successful as possible with whatever endeavor one sets out to achieve. We can look into any aspect of the human experience through the lens of Jyotish, such as one’s health, wealth, love or marriage, children, business, life’s purpose and spiritual pursuits. From there we will look into specific remedies to re-align whatever is imbalanced. We can also look into the best time/day/month/year to initiate anything, be it a project, marriage/wedding, business, having a child, and on the flip-side, when it is best to end a relationship or project, etc.
Naganath is a Nath Tantrika Yogi and this Sanskrit name translates as the Lord of The Serpent. Serpent magick and mythology has deep analogous roots to all alchemical processes throughout the ages and across cultures and vibes closely to that of Kundalini Shakti or the Power Serpent Goddess who resides dormant in all individuals in the Muladhara Chakra until enlivened, excited, and channeled up the Sushumna, piercing all of the subsequent energy centers/chakras ultimately joining her groom, Shiva, at the Sahasrara Crown Chakra, thus revealing immense spiritual powers or Siddhis.
Naganath’s spiritual development and journey took formation in 1989 when he was studying Japanese at university, which subsequently inspired him to visit Nippon, the Land of the Rising Sun. It was on that sacred island of ancient traditions, where Naga found resonance within their Buddhist temples, gardens, rituals and ceremonies. From here, Naga delved eastward into the Tao igniting an insatiable appetite for
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“It is only when a traveler has reached his goal that he is justified in discarding his maps. During the journey, he takes advantage of any convenient shortcut. The ancient Rishis discovered many ways to curtail the period of man’s exile in delusion. There are certain mechanical features in the law of karma which can be skillfully adjusted by the fingers of wisdom.” – Swami Yukteshwar Giri.
“A child is born on that day and at that hour when the celestial rays are in mathematical harmony with his individual karma. His horoscope is a challenging portrait, revealing his unalterable past and its probable future results.” ~Swami Yukteswar to Paramahansa Yogananda in Autobiography of a Yogi