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Go ahead and thank your lucky stars for the trines in your birth chart.
How to Understand Trines
These are areas of natural grace, support, and things falling into place. It's where natural flow exists, and it can be easily developed further. Perhaps, as some karmic astrologers say, it's a reward you've earned from a past life. It is an asset, but it can be taken for granted and not fully utilized. But it can also be between planets in different signs.
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The orb is up to 8 degrees for a "wide orb," but more potent at 5 and under. Transiting planets also form aspects, including the trine.
Nadi Astrology and secrets of past life
You can embody "preparation awaiting opportunity," when you know a supportive trine is coming to draw out the potential of a natal planet. This is a practical way to look ahead and make the most of cosmic forces. Mars and Saturn do well here, give power to overcome obstacles.
Malefics do well in the 11th. Apachaya - 1,2,4,7,8 houses of decrease. They lose their strength through time.
Malefics do not do well In them, particularly the 8th. Dusthanas - difficult houses.
Nadi Astrology – History of the Soul
Benifics good for intelligence, but disease. Rahu good for spirituality. Mars can cause death or harm. Saturn long life sans prosperity. Venus for prosperity.
Ketu for spiritual capacity. Rahu nervous system disorders. Planets near the midheaven in houses 9,10 and 11 represent how we affect the world in terms of our values 9th , actions 10th , and goals 11th. Opposite in houses 3,4 and 5 are our vital energy 3 , emotional state 4 , and intelligence 5th. Planets high in the chart tend to dominate those low in the chart. Our Services. The Nadi Shastra were created at least five thousand years ago and are believed to have translated from oral tradition to written tradition some two thousand years ago when they were carefully inscribed on palm leaves by scribes who took great care to ensure that the leaves were kept in perfect condition during the writing.
The words are written continuously, without any spaces or breaks, in Tamil or Sanskrit, and in poem. This means that a Nadi astrologer has to have special training to, not just be able to read the poetry, but also be able to understand and translate it for you. There were eighteen sages who worked to put together the Nadi Shastra and each seventeen chapters dedicated to each and every aspect of your life from who you will marry to how many children you will have and even your relationships with the people around you.
Nadi astrology is based on your thumb print. Using your thumb print the astrologer is able to find which of the palm leaves tells of your past, present and future. They will take the right thumb print for a male and left thumb print for a female. Then your thumb print will be sorted into a particular category and that will be used to determine which of the Tami Nadu is the right one with your astrology on it.
Once your thumb print is matched with a leaf, the Nadi astrologer will read to you all the information found in the Tamil Nadu bundle. The astrologer has and needs no information about you. They have been trained to read the Tamil Nadu; this is an important part of becoming a Nadi astrologer as the Tamil Nadu are written in an ancient script and in poem form making it not just hard to read but also hard to understand.
In some cases the astrologer may ask some basic questions but you will only need to answer with a yes or a no. Even with Nadi astrology it is difficult to predict the future because it has yet to happen and there are always factors outside yourself that can affect your life and the outcomes of your life. Nadi astrology is best suited to past life readings and interests. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.