This publication is the second edition of my previous publication; ‘My Masters Words’, written in 2003. These publications come as a promise to my teacher; Pt. Sanjay Rath, who wanted the tradition of Jyotiṣa to be known and recognized in India as well as abroad.
Second video in the series on Rajayoga. This illustrates the method of analysing the Yogada in charts and how a person rises to power on account of this. Also illustrations of how to compare the givers of power in charts and how people interact or compete against each other due to this.
a little about..
The name Garuda or Garutman is that of the celestial bird-figure, who acts as a protecter for his worshipers against snakes and poison, and liberates his worshippers through Sri Vishnu, whom rides Garuda. Garuda is also symbolized as a figure of the Sun. His equivalence with the Sun gives him extensive and deep knowledge of astrology, or Jyotish, which is also granted to his worshippers.
Jyotish Guru, Jaimini Scholar
Being taught in the ancient ways of the astrology tradition, he besides Jyotish has been educated in several aspects of ancient Vedic knowledge, comprising topics of philosophy, Mantra Shastra, Sanskrit, Upasana and allied fields. The ancient texts that he learned, and relies on, are that of Gita, Upanishad, Purana and Veda.