Sunday, March 18, 2018

Brahma Yoga – Its Meaning & Role in Vedic Astrology

Yogas are of utmost importance in Vedic astrology. But, one needs a lot of expertise and skill to interpret the relative strength of them and determine how effective they really are in astrological predictions.

Yogas are formed when certain specific planetary combinations occur in a horoscope. These yogas may be benefic or malefic depending upon their placement in the chart. There are hundreds of yogas which are considered for the purpose of analysing a horoscope.

In this article, Brahma Yoga of Hindu Astrology is explained which is benefic in nature and said to occur under the following circumstances:

When all the natural benefics like Jupiter, Venus and Mercury are involved to form this Yoga as under:

1)    Firstly, when Jupiter is in any of the kendra or quadrant ( 1st, 4th, 7th and 10th houses) from the 9th house lord.

2)    Secondly, when Venus is in any of the kendra or quadrant  from the 11th house lord.

3)    Thirdly, when Mercury is in any of the kendra or quadrant  from the 10th house lord or Asendant lord.

Thus, we see that this is a very rare combination of above-mentioned benefics and all the three conditions have to be fulfilled simultaneously for this yoga to occur.
The native earns and accumulates lot of wealth, possesses luxurious house and vehicles and enjoys all the pleasures and comforts of life.The native is learned, noble and a man of high reputation. He will have good health and long life. He will have devoted wife and worthy children.                   

One thing that the readers of this blog should keep in mind is that the above-mentioned results of this yoga are general in nature. It is very important to take into consideration the strength of the house and its lord, the exaltations and debilitations of the house-lords, conjunctions, planets in that particular house and various aspects over it, before arriving at any conclusion.

© Gulab Jain
March 18, 2018
Posted from Bangalore (Karnataka) INDIA