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Free Vedic Astrology Lesson – Planets – Jupiter

Filed in Planets, Vedic Astrology by on August 29, 2011 23 Comments • views: 22066

Jupiter Jupiter comes after Mercury, whereas Mercury is that flexible quality of life where we try many different things but we don’t really have a direction, we don’t really have a goal in mind, we’re very neutral about the outcome because we’re experimenting and playing. Jupiter is where we sense that life has meaning and […]

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Free Vedic Astrology Lesson – Planets – Mercury

Filed in Planets, Vedic Astrology by on August 29, 2011 0 Comments • views: 2266

Mercury But, Mercury comes next and says “well maybe this isn’t right, maybe there is more information that I can learn, I’m going to see what this is all about”.  Mercury experiments, tries new things, and then thinks about it, ponders it, talks about it, Mercury is very good at flexibility, communication with others and […]

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Free Vedic Astrology Lesson – Planets – Moon

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Moon The moon is our capacity to feel and receive and integrate.  We often experience this as our emotions and our desire for connection.  All sorts of connection – the connection we have with each other, also the connections we have with our senses and where our inner environment connects with our outer environment.  This […]

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Free Vedic Astrology Lesson – Planets – Sun

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Sun The sun is the main source of power in life.  Where we find the sun is where we find our power.  Just as the sun in the sky is the center of our solar system and the greatest power, the sun in our astrology chart is where we find our greatest power. But it’s […]

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Free Vedic Astrology Lesson – Planets – Mars

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Mars Mars is the planet of defending our boundaries and territory.  Mars comes after the sun and moon because once we are produced as an organism, which is what the sun and moon do, then we naturally want to defend ourselves and make sure we’re safe and powerful individuals. Everyone first wants to feel like […]

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