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Published on December 7, 2007 By Zoomba In Blogging

Last month we announced that JoeUser 2 was under development.  You got a few very early mockup shots of what the site was going to look like and I talked a little bit about the improvements everyone will be able to expect.  Well, a month in and we've made some excellent progress, and we're even getting ready to start having select users test the site (more on that in a future update).

Today, I'm going to take you on a tour of the site, showing off what has been implemented so far, and what you'll be able to expect when you get your hands on the new site.  Just like the announcement article, I have screenshots to prove to you that the site is in fact real, that we are making solid progress and you WILL be getting a crack at the site soon.

The Front Page

Current Site

JoeUser 2

At first glance there are a number of major differences between the two sites.  A major goal in the design of JoeUser 2 was to make the site much more visually appealing.  The current page is an intimidating wall of text that gets crammed in pretty tightly.  The new design spaces things out, tosses in some graphics and breaks up the page better, making it easier to scan and read.

Immediately you probably noticed the change to the Popular Channels section.  On the current JU, it's a series to text links at the top of the page.  JoeUser 2 however takes a different approach.  The popular channels are still calculated, but instead of it just being a link to the article list, it shows you the most recent article in that channel, and displays the author's user icon next to the story.  Much easier to read, and it even gives you a little bit of content.

Another cool change (in my opinion at least) is to the Top Users lists.

Current Site

JoeUser 2

Instead of a text list, we're displaying user pictures.  Hovering your mouse over the image would tell you who the user was specifically.  We're hoping that the user icon will become the main tool in quickly establishing who wrote a particular article or comment.

Other changes to the front page include a 3-column layout, abbreviated featured article display and RSS feeds for just about everything.

User Tools

Currently, if you want to access anything related to your account, you do so via the box on your sidebar.  For JoeUser 2, we've moved those controls up to the top of the site, out of the way of the page itself so it doesn't clutter your blogging experience.  From this bar you'll access your account information, your dashboard, write new articles as well as log out from the site.

User Dashboard

You've seen a preview of this section before, but a lot of work has gone into improving the tool even further.

This is where you control your blog from.  You can write articles, manage your current articles, comments, check on your referrals, edit your blogroll/links list, manage your blacklist and make any necessary changes to your account.  It is going to be a LOT easier to manage your blog in the new system.

New Post Editor

The web editor used to write and edit articles was completely rewritten for JoeUser 2.

Current Site

JoeUser 2

Huge difference huh?  The focus of the page is given to the writing space, so no more scrolling when writing those really long articles, and all the options are moved off to the side, out of the way.

We've also added "tagging" to JoeUser.  Whenever you write an article, you can specify keywords, or "tags" that describe the content of your article.  So lets say you're writing an article about the 2008 Presidental race.  You may use the tag "election" among your list in the tags field.  Now, with your article tagged like that, users can search for specific tags and see all articles that match.  So you'd be able to search for "election" and find relevant articles.  When you see it in action, you'll immediately see the value.

Better Admin Tools

I know for the vast majority of you, me saying that our admin tools are 1000% better means very little.  But believe me, it will make a huge difference in terms of how smoothly the site runs. 

Admins like myself, Brad and Angie used to have to go through and delete individual spam posts, and then go and disable the account.  This was hugely time consuming especially when someone managed to spam several dozen articles overnight.  Now, we just hit one button and they're gone.  Articles, blog, account, everything and they're never coming back.

The new tools let us better deal with problems that current are incredibly time consuming to take care of.


Wow this got long, and it's really only scratching the surface of what's coming up in the new site.  I hope this has given you a better idea of what to expect and if you weren't excited before, you should be now.

Expect more information in the coming weeks about beta testing the new site before it is officially launched, and when you might be able to expect the new site to be fully live.


Comments (Page 2)
on Nov 09, 2008

As a free joeuser.com, I am always grateful when it comes to a little change, and it seems you have certainly been very busy at doing just that. Congratulations, and hearfelt thanks for the effort. Peace, Eric.

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Atharva Veda Thantra secret  regarding your Moles on the Body

 

Moles are marks which can be found on different parts of the body. In Indian and Chinese Astrology, moles are interpreted as representing the destiny of the person. The influence of the planets on the person would start at the time of fetus formation in the mother’s womb. Some planets influence the fetus more and some less. These influences result into mole formation when focused at the surface of the body. In the horoscope, the Ascendant and its lord, 6th house lord, Moon, Mars, Saturn, Uranus, Rahu and Kethu will form moles on the human body. For example, if the Ascendant lord Saturn is posited in Aries, will produce a black mole (Saturn for black) on the head part (Aries for head) of the native.

If the sign and planet influencing the fetus are masculine then the mole will be formed at the right side of the body. If the sign and planet are feminine then the mole will be formed at the left side of the body. For example, a combination of Mars (Male planet) and Venus (Female planet) in Scorpio (female sign representing genitals) forms a mole on the genitals. If Mars is strong, then the mole will be at the right side on the genitals. If Venus is strong, then the mole will be formed at left side. The colors of the moles can be decided by the colors of the planets. For example, Saturn and Rahu give black moles and Mars gives red moles.

Moles should be interpreted according to their color, shape and size, and the place where they are located on the body. Moles in red color or honey color or green color will generally bring good fortune. Moles in black color give bad results. Small moles which are not so visible, will not give any results. Only big moles will produce results. Long moles give good results. Moles which are in square shape will give bad results in the starting, but they produce good results by the end. Moles in the form of a triangle will produce mixed results, sometimes good and sometimes bad. Moles in zigzag shapes will produce bad results. Now, let us discuss the effects of moles according to their placement on human body.

Head:

The moles on the top (crown) of the head are visible only if the head is shaven. If a mole is found on the right side of the head, the person will excel in politics. If the mole is in red or green color, then he will become minister. He can also be a president leading a society or business organization. He will have social status and success in every walk of life.

If the mole is at the left side of the head, then the native will not have enough money. Generally, he will not marry and spends his life in roaming. He will lead a spiritual life and gives spiritual discourses. There would be an interest in literature also. Moles at the back side of the head represent weakness of ladies. Such a person will be attached to his wife. He earns more money but he will not have a good name in the society.

Forehead:

If the forehead is wide and there is a mole on the right side of the forehead, then it denotes wealth. The native becomes wealthy and receives good name and fame in the society. He will help others and will have devotion to God. If the mole on the forehead is located at left side and the forehead is narrow, then the person will be selfish and does not help any one. Others will not give him any respect.

Temples:

If the mole is on the right side temple, it denotes early marriage and beautiful wife. There is a possibility of sudden and unexpected arrival of money. If the mole is at the left temple, it also denotes sudden marriage and sudden wealth. There will be losses in the business. People do not like them for any reason.

Eye brows:

If there is a mole in the middle of the eyebrows, it denotes leadership qualities, wealth, name and fame. Such a native likes luxuries and women. If the mole is found on the right eyebrow, there will be early marriage with a good lady. The native becomes lucky after marriage. It is better if he invests in his wife’s name. If the mole is on the left eyebrow, the person will be unlucky. He cannot utilize the money properly and faces troubles in the job or business.

Eye lids:

A mole on the right eyelid brings wealth. The native becomes rich slowly. He will have inner pride and feels that he is great. Expenditure will be more. He will spend money for God either by constructing temples or for performing pujas. A mole on the left eyelid represents a general life. The person earns meager amount of money. He is prone to jealousy from others.

A mole in the inner part of top eyelids represents a lucky and wealthy person. On the other hand, mole in the inner part of lower eyelids represents domestic troubles and lack of luck.

Eyes:

A mole in the right eye gives easy – money. Even if the person doesn’t work, he will become rich suddenly out of sheer luck. A mole in the left eye represents an arrogant person who would be after ladies. He will have a secret and illegal connection with ladies.

Moles at the eye socket (corner towards the ear) represent a generous and peaceful person. But there is possibility of sudden death. Moles at the eye socket (corner towards the nose bridge) represent death of one the children and grief for the native.

Ears:

A mole any where on the ear represents good earnings and luxurious life. Expenditure will be uncontrollable. There may be danger of drowning. A mole at the backside of the ear represents a person who follows customs. He will get his wife from a higher family.

Nose:

A mole on the tip of the nose represents quick thinking and quick temper. Such a person will have high self-respect and generally win on others.

A mole at right side of the nose represents more money with fewer efforts. A mole at the left side of the nose gives bad results. The native involves into prostitution.

A mole on the bridge between nostrils represents obstacles in getting the job and loss of money. A mole below the nose represents good sexual drive. The native possesses a large family and many children.

Chin:

A mole which is located exactly in the middle of the chin represents a lofty person who receives laurels from others.

Moles on the right side of the chin represent logical thinking and diplomatic nature. They can convince others with their speech. Their earnings will be very good and they get name and fame easily. Moles on the left side of the chin represent a person who talks straight forward and hence people do not like him. He becomes quarrelsome. Expenditure will be uncontrollable.

Lips:

A mole on the upper lip represents a person who does good to every one. There will be weakness of ladies and luxurious items. A mole on the lower lip represents a person who loves good food. He will have interest in acting and theatre arts.

A mole on the inner side of the upper lip represents a person skilled in mantras and mystic forces. A mole on the inner side of the lower lip represents a person who becomes a drunkard and losses money on speculation.

Cheek:

Moles on the right cheek represent a sensitive person who gives a lot of respect to his parents. He loves his wife and relatives. He enjoys wealth and health and lives long. Moles on the left cheek represent a person who is introvert and an arrogant person. He would face troubles in the life. But he will be happy in the old age because of his children.

Tongue:

A mole on the middle of the tongue indicates obstacles in the education. The native may not be able to talk fluently and there will be health problems.

A mole on the tip (outer edge) of the tongue represents a person who can convince others with his speech. He is intelligent and diplomatic. He loves good food and his children will have good future.

Neck:

A mole on the back side of the neck represents angry and aggressive person. Generally such a person involves into anti-social activities. A mole on the front side of the neck represents an artistic person with sweet voice. His life will settle well after his marriage.

Shoulders:

Moles on right shoulder represent brave and courageous person who will not sleep until finishing any project. Moles on the left shoulder represent a person who involves into quarrels with others.

Chest:

A mole on the right side of the chest indicates more female progeny. Financial problems trouble him. But he receives due respect from others. A mole on the left side of the chest represents a person who is clever and who does not maintain good relation with his relations and friends. Financial problems are common for him. A mole exactly in the middle of the chest represents heavy financial problems. Such person involves into heavy debts. But he will have devotion to God.

Armpit:

A mole in the right armpit represents desire for wealth. A mole in the left armpit represents desire for ladies.

Ribs:

A mole on the right ribs represents a person with a lot of inner fear. He lies easily. A mole on the left ribs represents a person whose earning will be average.

Stomach:

A mole on the right side of the stomach indicates good earnings and weakness of ladies. A mole on the left side of the stomach represents a jealous person who likes to earn easy money. He will possess some agriculture lands. A mole nearer to navel cavity represents luxurious life. Such a person is loud-mouthed.

Hands:

A mole on the right hand indicates a person who completes any task by tenacity and intelligent. A mole on the left hand indicates a person who wants to become rich but stays at average level.

A mole on the left or right elbow represents wealth and success. The native likes fine arts. He helps others and gets help from others. A mole on the wrist represents childhood in poverty. He becomes a writer or painter. He will be devotional. His income increases when he becomes aged.

Palms:

Moles on any part of the inner palm are not good. They represent various obstacles.

Fingers:

Moles on any part of the fingers are not good. They represent various obstacles.

Back:

A mole any where nearer to the backbone represents name and fame. Such a person becomes a leader or minister.

A mole on the right side of the back represents good health and courage. A mole on the left side of the back represents completing the tasks by diplomacy.

Buttocks:

Moles on the right buttock represent wisdom and creativity. The person will become an artist. Moles on the left buttock represent poverty. The person leads a deprived life.

Genitals:

Moles any where on the genitals represent excessive desire for sex. Such persons generally will have a paramour.

Thighs:

Moles on the right thigh represent valor. The person will have an opportunity to go abroad. He will be profited from a lady, either from his wife or from other woman. Moles on the left thigh make the person skilled in some art. He becomes lazy and will have fewer friends.

Legs:

A mole on the right calf represents success in all ventures. There will be benefits from ladies. The native may involve into politics. A mole on the left calf represents journeys due to job or business. There will be many friends.

A mole on the right ankle represents foresightedness. The native will be endowed with gift of gab. The person will have a lot of belief in God. A mole on the left ankle represents devotion towards God. He talks less. At some point of life, the person faces legal problems.

Feet:

A mole on the right foot represents a good spouse and family life. He will have devotion to God. A mole on the left foot represents creates problems with spouse. The person faces financial problems and wrath of others. Moles on the bottom of the feet represent journeys, enemies and licentious nature. The person will be a lover of fine arts.

 

To understand more about the different moles on the body and its good luck and bad luck, reach the only Atharav Vedic Swamiji in USA @ 408 829 7780. e- mail: commander @ hindutempleofgeorgia.org

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VAASTU, THE PERFECT ARCHITECT |



Vastu is derived from ‘Vasanivase’ which means the place suitable for living. Vastu is a science of architecture. It dates back to Vedas, which are the most ancient books of knowledge. While Astrology is said to be Vedanga (the limb of Veda), Vastu is said to be a Upaveda(minor Veda).

There are four types of Vastu: 1) Bhoomi - deals with selection of a site/land 2) Prasada - deals with Palaces and buildings 3) Yana - Vehicles, carts and ships 4) Sayana - furniture, tools and utensils.

Koutilya’s ‘Artha Sastra’ defines Vastu as a basis for constructing Villages, Landscapes, Gardens, Bridges, Ponds and Lakes. Varahamihira in his great work ‘Brihat Samhita’ deals with a lot of Vastu knowledge like weather forecasting, earthquake forecasting, rainfall, architecture, exploration of water springs etc.

‘Manasara’ another great book on Vastu, discusses the principles of architectural and sculptural construction. ‘Mayamatam’ of Maya who is said to build the great Maya Sabha of Pandavas (of Mahabharatha times) is a rich work with 36 chapters starting from the fundamental question of selecting a site/land for construction, building houses/temples, different ways of construction etc. Even ‘Viswakarmaprakasika’ also deals the same subject from a different light and in a candid way. ‘Samarangana Sutradhara’ authored by King Bhoja (1018 - 1060 AD) contains vast subject on house construction, town planning and temple architecture.

Four main directions are identified in all the works: East, South, West and North. Another four corners formed at the intersection points of these four directions, are called: SE, SW, NW, NE. The earth is the place of dwelling for every one. It is a big magnet. Its magnetic North pole is located in universal South direction, and magnetic South pole is located in universal North direction. This means the magnetic lines of earth travel from South to North. If any body sleeps by placing his head towards North, there would be magnetic lines passing through his head in the same direction, and more blood is pumped into the head, thus creating head- related problems. This means the Earth’s magnetism also influences our lives.

It is good if a building is aligned strictly in the four main directions, because its walls will be either perpendicular or parallel to the magnetic lines of earth. If we build a house putting an entrance in any of the four main directions, there will be prosperity for the resident. But if the house is oriented into the corner directions, then the walls cross the magnetic lines in a zigzag way, leading to mental disturbances and lack of peace and success.

Plenty of light , air and water is also needed for living beings to thrive. Thus when a house is constructed, we should see that the house gets proper Sun light and the wind. There should be availability of water in the ground in the vicinity of the house. The Sun light has got different energies which are identified as around 45 different deities. Each type of energy is suitable for a particular task. Accordingly, the place where the energy falls is allotted for living room, kitchen, dining room, bed room, etc. This provides a basic frame work for dividing the land for specific use. The land/plot is divided into 9 X 9 = 81 squares which is called ‘Ekaseetipada Vastu’. These 81 squares will represent where to erect the pillars for construction, where to place the main entrance, where to place the kitchen and other rooms, where to place what type of furniture, etc.

The Sun light along with other Planetary lights is represented as ‘Vastu Purusha’, the deity of all plots. The position of Vastu Purusha changes every day and also depends on the seasons. Offerings should be made to Vastu Purusha and he will take care of the inmates of the house.

Vastu deals with how to select a plot, and making the plot ready for construction. It is ideal to have a plot in Square or Rectangular form and aligned properly in the four main directions. Then a compound wall must be constructed first. The plot must be divided into 81 squares of equal size, and a plan should be drawn. Then construction work should start after offerings are made to Vastu Purusha and other deities and planets. Vastu also gives advice on how to match the name of a person to the place where he wants to live, and how to find the direction for main entrance into his house. A general placement of rooms in a house is given in the diagram.

The following table helps you to judge the favorable direction for facing of the main door of your house. Remember, the 3nd column in the table represents the direction which you should see when coming out of the main door of your house.

Starting sound of Your Name

Example Names

Direction of main door

A, I, O, U

Ankit, Indra, Omkar, Uttam

West or North

Ka, Gh

Kapil, Keertana, Ghanesh

North

Ch, Ja

Charan, Jagannadh

West or North

Ta, Da

Telina, Detroit

West

Tha, Dha, Na

Tharun, Dhinesh, Nagarjun

North or East

Pa, Pha, Ba, Bha, Ma

Phanidra, Bhanu, Manisha

North

Ya, Ra, La, Va

Yusuf, Rahul, Lavanya, Venkat

East or South

Sa, Sha, Ha

Sankar, Srinvas, Haarika

East



A person should find peace at home after working for hours together in the office. Otherwise, there is no use in having a residence. Here Vastu plays an important role. When a house is constructed according to the principles advocated in Vastu, the dweller will have peace and prosperity in his life.

For more information , kindly call the Shiva Vishnu Temple @ 408 829 7780

e- mail: avtemple@aol.com

 

 

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DREAMS According to

 Atharva Veda


Every one of us gets dreams. Some people say that their dreams came true and some claim that they have seen horrifying figures disturbing their mind entire night. Dreams are real mystery to every one since no body knows for certainty what they mean.

Greeks believed that gods physically visited the dreamers to deliver divine messages. Later, they thought the soul of the dreamer would leave the physical body and roams around in different places which are seen in dreams. The same view is supported by Indians and Chinese.

Egyptians were among the early civilizations to attempt interpretation of their dreams. The process of ‘dream incubation’ began in Egypt. When a person has troubles in the life and wants guidance from god, he used to sleep in a temple. He would get a dream during that night. When he wakes up, he takes the help of a priest to get his dream interpreted.

Hippocrates, in his book on dreams wrote that the soul receives images during the day and it produces the images during the night, and hence we dream. Aristotle thought that dreams could be indicators of conditions within the body. He did not believe they were divinely inspired. He attributes the scenes in the dreams to the internal sensations in the human body.

Romans had strong views on dreams. They believed dreams were messages from the gods. Emperor Augustus ruled that anyone who had a dream about the country must proclaim it in the market place.

In recent times, Sigmund Freud, in his book ‘The Interpretation of Dreams’ writes that the experiences and suppressed desires of a person during waking hours are stored in his subconscious mind. Since subconscious mind continues to function during sleep also, it presents the same experiences and desires in the form of symbols in the dreams. For example, if a person has high sexual desire, he sees rhythmical activities such as dance, riding, moving up and down the stairs etc., in his dreams which are symbols of sexual intercourse. Freud gave more importance for the sexual content of the dreams. Long slender objects like sticks, knives, flagpoles, water taps etc. represent male genitals and hollow objects like vessels, vases, caves, pits represent female genitals.

Carl Jung connects dreams with different personality types which he calls ‘archetypes’. These archetypes appear as different persons or images in the dreams. For example, a man contains within him some feminine qualities which appear in the dream in the form of females. The innocent and pure heartedness of the man appears as a child in his dream. His teacher or father who helps him will appear as a ‘wise old man’ giving him guidance in the dream. The negative aspects like weaknesses and fears of the person will appear as frightening figures in the dreams. By understanding these archetypes, the dreamer can understand his personality better and can solve any disorders in his personality.

Alfred Adler does not believe dreams to bridge the subconscious and conscious minds. He takes dreams as problem-solving devices. When dreams are brought to the conscious and interpreted properly, they help us to understand our problems in waking life and offer solutions how to resolve those problems.

Calvin Hall says that dreams should be considered to be a cognitive (to know) process. Hall argued that a dream was simply a thought or sequence of thoughts that occurred during sleep, and that dream images are visual representations of personal conceptions.

Correct reason behind dreams:

There are two reasons behind dreams. One reason is the psychological and physiological changes happening in our body. For example, if we are afraid of some issue, we get a dream where we are chased by some unknown figure. In the same way, if our urine bladder is full during night, we visualize toilets in our dreams.

The other reason for dreams is our astral travel. When we go to sleep, the body starts relaxing and after sometime, the astral body slowly raises from the physical body. The astral body can be imagined to have exact shape like the physical body, but with fewer molecules and less dense. This astral body is inbuilt in the physical body. During night when the physical body sleeps, the astral body comes out and floats like a feather in the air.

The astral body can go to any place in the world at lightening speed. It can go deep into sea and fly high in the sky. It can go to other planets and galaxies in the universe. When astral body travels like this, there will be other astral bodies and creatures coming in touch with it at different planes. Sometimes, astral bodies of great souls living at higher dimensions may communicate with our astral body. After roaming for as much time as it wants, the astral body comes back to its physical body during waking hours. Generally, the astral body forgets what has happened during its trip since memory is attached to the physical brain. But sometimes, the scenes can be remembered by the astral body even after it returns to the physical body. These remembered scenes are thought as ‘dreams’ by people.

Some dreams and their interpretation:

Accident in the dream: If you are in the vehicular accident, that means you are not feeling well emotionally. This is also a caution of approaching accident. If you find someone in the accident, you are going to lose a relation.

Air: Seeing air in dreams represents that your intelligence will bring you rewards. Polluted air represents that some problem is there in your thought process.

Alcohol: If you dream that you are enjoying alcohol, it represents that you will be successful soon in some deal.

Angels: To see angels in the dream represents that you are pure hearted and going to receive some spiritual help.

Animals: Animals generally represent hidden desires, feelings and sexual urges. Ants represent petty and unimportant things bothering you. Sometimes ants represent on set of diseases. Bats represent that you are under the influence of negative energies. Cats in the dream indicate that you will be cheated. Cows represent that some thing connected to your mother is still to be resolved. They also tell that you are behaving too innocently in some cases. Dogs are symbolism of your skills which you ignored, but to be revived. Donkeys indicate that you are not willing to cooperate with others. Elephants represent that you need patience to get success. Fish represent some new changes are coming. For a woman, sometimes they represent pregnancy. Horses denote sexual power. You have enough strength to carryout any task. Snakes in the dream represent sexual potency and birth of children. When you are afraid of the snake, it represents sexual dissatisfaction. When the snake bites you, it represents hidden fears. Snakes represent awakening of or disturbance in kundalini (spiritual) powers.

Baby: When you are involved mentally into something, then a baby is seen in the dreams. It represents that you awakened the potentiality of purity of your heart. When there is a crying baby, something in your doings needs attention and nurturing. If death of a baby is seen in the dream, it represents that some project or issue is coming to an end.

Birds: To dream of birds flying and making noise represents that you are going to enjoy freedom and fame. To see eggs of a bird symbolizes money.

Chasing dreams: When you are chased by some one or some animal in the dream, it represents that you have a fear of being attacked or opposed. You have an issue in the work place or love which you have to resolve but escaping.

Colors: Colors generally represent our mental condition. Black - Danger or death, some times, mystic nature. Blue - Peace and reserved nature. Green - Health, fertility and earnings. Gold - Spiritual success. Red - Anger, courage, energy and sexual desires. Violet - High spirituality, healing powers and religiousness. White - Purity and perfection, sometimes new beginnings. Yellow - Intelligence and happiness, sometimes sickness.

Dead body: A dead body in the dream represents good fortune and monetary gains.

Earth: Earth in dreams represents that you should be practical and you need patience.

Exam dreams: If you dream that you could not find even a single question that you studied in the question paper, or you are late for the exam, then it indicates that you did not prepare well for the exam or you did not perform well in your job. There are certain issues which you have neglected.

Falling dreams: If you are falling from sky on to the land, it represents that you are unable to control your position and there is inferiority and insecurity.

Fire: Fire represents anger, sexual desire and destruction. If your house is on fire in the dream, you will shift to new environment. If you put off fire, it represents that you will overcome the obstacles.

Flowers: Seeing flowers in dreams represents rewards, honors and success.

Flying dreams: If you are flying in the dream at a high altitude, it represents that you have risen above in your position or going to achieve something in near future. If you are flying too low and there are some obstacles like walls, poles and trees, then you have some obstacles to be cleared in becoming successful. This represents flying of astral body.

Fruits: Seeing fruits represents rewards, financial gains, sexual happiness and begetting children.

Garland: If you wear a garland in the dream, you are going to elevate yourself spiritually.

Going abroad: If you go to some foreign country, it indicates that you need some change in your present condition or there may be a new friend coming into your life.

Idols: Worshipping idols represent that your ideas and plans are not correct. You should change your psychology.

Journey: If you see yourself going on a journey, you may start a new venture and earn profits out of it.

Mantras: If you dream someone telling you a mantra or you heard a mantra in the dream, and if you remember the mantra after waking up, write it on a paper and start recitation of the mantra. That mantra helps you destroying your previous sins and getting enlightenment.

Money:If money is seen in dreams, you will get an opportunity to increase your income. If you are losing money, it represents that your domestic life will get into troubles.

Naked dreams: Seeing your self naked in a dream represents that you are hiding something and you are worried about a secret that may disclose to others. . If you see another naked person, it represents an illicit love affair or loss of honor in the society.

Sex: To dream about sex represents that you are sexually suppressed. To dream about sex with an unknown person represents that you are dissatisfied with your partner.

Sky: Clear blue sky represents new hopes and happiness. Cloudy sky represents some trouble.

Teeth falling: If you dream that your teeth are falling out or there are no teeth in your mouth, it signifies that you are unable to perform or communicate well in a situation. There may be some sexual deficiency or you are feeling becoming old.

Temples: Temples in the dreams indicate spiritual attainment, health, and luck.

Unknown persons: Unknown persons in dreams are souls communicating with you. Follow their directions.

Water: Pure water in dream represents that you are emotionally and spiritually good. Muddy and dirty water represents that you are going to face troubles or there may be some bad news.

 

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Atharva Veda  “Kaiyelthu Sastra”  also Known as “ Graphology”


Graphology is a science of determining the personality, character traits and destiny of a person from his or her own handwriting. Over 2000 years ago, Aristotle noticed the correlation between handwriting and personality while the Chinese independently also made the observation that there was a connection between character and writing. In the 2nd Century, C. Suetonius Tranquillus noted peculiarities in the handwriting of Caesar. In 1622, Camillo Baldi an Italian doctor and professor at the University of Bologna wrote the first book on Graphology entitled ‘The means of knowing the habits and qualities of a writer from his letters’.

In 17th century, Saint Samarth Ramdas Swami from India who is a Guru of Chatrapathi Shivaji wrote in detail about how the traits of a person can be read from the handwriting and how in turn the bad handwriting affects the mindset of the person. He also prepared sample scripts of ideal handwriting. He made many references to Graphology in his work ‘Dasabodha’.

Even though there were several works on Graphology, the word “Graphology” was coined only in 1875 by Abbe Jean Hippolyte Michon who also published two very important books: ‘The Mysteries of Handwriting’ and ‘A System of Graphology’. Later, his successor, Crepieux Jamin, classified the handwriting into 7 different types with 175 specimens which are still in use by Graphologists today.

To understand the basis of Graphology, we should know about human brain which has centers connected to our feelings and fingers. For example, ‘amygdala’ which is located in temporal lobe of brain, controls social and sexual behavior and other emotions. The ‘basal ganglia’ within the cerebellum coordinates the movements of the finger tips. So, the brain responds to the feelings like anxiety or happiness which in turn affects the movements of fingers and hence our handwriting reflects our feelings. Hence the handwriting of a person who is under heavy stress will be different from the handwriting of a peaceful person. Similarly, the handwriting of healthy person will vary from the handwriting of a person who is suffering from ill health.

The three zones

Any handwriting can be divided into 3 zones called upper, middle and lower zones as shown in [Fig 1].



The upper zone is called ‘intellectual zone’ which represents the intelligence, spiritualism and imagination of the person. So, more letters thrusting into upper zone represents an intellectual who uses his mind more [Fig 2 (a)]. The middle zone is called ‘social zone’ which represents the self-confidence of the person and his social relations. When there are more letters in middle zone we have a person for whom social relations are important. He is action oriented and does not waste his time in thinking [Fig 2 (]. The lower zone is called ‘baser zone’ and represents the material wants and sexual desires of the person. Letters dropping more into this zone represent a person who craves for satisfying material desires. Letters with sharp bottoms in this zone indicate criminal tendencies [Fig 2 (c)].



The Slant

We can divide the slant of writing into 5 categories. If the letters are perfectly vertical, they represent a person who lives in the present. This person is disciplined with good judgment. We find judges, business and political people in this type [Fig 3 (a)]. If the letters are slightly slanting towards right, we have a person who lives for future. He is quick to take decisions and implementing them practically. Top level executives and administrators will come into this category [Fig 3 (]. If the letters are extremely slanting towards right, the person jumps into action without adequate thinking. Hence, their actions will be often erroneous [Fig 3 (c)]. If the slant is slightly towards left, it represents a person who is highly imaginative and an introvert. His advice will be very useful to others. Political advisors, artists and cine people will come into this category [Fig 3 (d)]. If there is extreme slant towards left, then we have a person who lives in the past. He is a day-dreamer and can not carry any task practically. He tries to avoid the society and keeps himself alone [Fig 3 (e)].



Spacing

When words are set too far apart from each other, it represents loneliness and unwillingness to interact with others [Fig 4 (a)]. When words are too close to each other, the person cannot keep distance from others. He does not care for privacy and always close to someone. This also represents insecurity and low confidence [Fig 4 (].



Writers who leave a wide space between each line are endowed with good analytical thinking and management ability. Teachers and executives hand writing will reveal this [Fig 4 (c)]. Writers who do not leave enough space between lines cannot take proper decisions because they could not survey the facts. They are weak-willed [Fig 4 (d)].



Direction of Lines

Lines which ascend or go up express a strong wish and optimism to improve life [Fig 5 (a)]. Lines which descend or go down towards the end represent pessimism, sadness and lack of courage [Fig 5 (]. A wavy line which rises and comes down represents a person whose thoughts fluctuate, hence he is not dependable [Fig 5 (c)].



Connective Forms

Connective forms represent the way letters in a word are connected. There are 4 connective forms: Garland, Arcade, Angular and Thread. Garland connectivity represents smooth curve at base line. These people are ready to mix with others and are easy going [Fig 6 (a)].





Arcade type represents rounded top like an umbrella. It is a sign of keeping aloof from others. He is secretive, reserved and proud. Sometimes it represents an artist also [Fig 6 (].





The Angular connectivity is identified by sharp angles at the top and base. This person is stubborn and drags others towards his goals. He is tense and sometimes violent [Fig 6 (c)].





If the Angular type is combined with leftward slant of writing, it is a sign of antisocial tendencies. The Thread connectivity occurs when the letters appear like interlaced threads. This form indicates a person who is impatient, hesitant and insecure and who makes hasty judgments [Fig 6 (d)].





Letter Size

A person who uses large letters craves for distinction from others. He thinks that others should consider him as eminent [Fig 7 (a)]. On the other hand, a person who uses small letters never bothers about others. He is an intelligent person with good concentration [Fig 7 (]. Round letters are indicative of a soft and friendly person who does not encourage quarrels [Fig 7 (c)]. Narrow letters represent narrow mindedness of the person. He is calculative and miserly [Fig 7 (d)].



Margins

A wide left margin represents self respect and sensitiveness of the person. A wide right margin represents that the person wants to remain aloof and guards his privacy. If a person leaves wide margins both at left and right sides of the writing, he is avoiding the world because it fails to meet his expectations. On the other hand if a person is not leaving any margins then he is unconcerned about his fellow men.

Pressure

Heavy pressure in handwriting represents strong will, strong body, love of eating and strong sexual drive [Fig 8 (a)]. Light pressure represents that the person is weak, timid and has less sexual desire [Fig 8 (].

 

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Atharva Vedic  “Yensastra”/ Numerolgy


Yensastra  is a science of exploring hidden powers of numbers and their influence on human beings.

Indians see numbers as symbols of certain types of cosmic powers. And they link them with spirituality. For example 0 is a number that encircles some part of the infinite universe. The inner part of it is separated from the vast outer space. This is similar to human body where the soul (Jeevaatma) resides. A human being always feels that he is separate and the outer universe is different from him. He confines his soul with his present body and thinks that he and the body is one and the same. Thus he has forgotten the truth that he is the all-pervading God. This is called cosmic delusion (Maaya). So 0 represents the cosmic delusion. This means 0 gives false impression that what ever is not there, is there. Let us add 0 after 1, then that 1 appears as 10. This means 1 is assuming a different form, because of 0. This is same as the super-soul appearing in different forms because of Maaya.

Every number will have mental and spiritual plane represented by its top half part and the material worldly affairs are represented by its remaining bottom part.

When we connect a series of points in a single direction, then it becomes 1. Thus 1 represents single-mindedness in achieving the objectives, creativity, and starting new ventures. Its pillored appearance represents independence and leadership qualities.

2 is round shaped at top. It is a open 0. That means there is no complete Maaya at mental level. There is a scope to receive and release new ideas and concepts. So 2 represents flexibility and diplomacy. The bottom of 2 shows a horizontal line that is attached firmly to ground. This means if these inventive ideas are properly used, the person can achieve highest success in material world.

Take 3, it is having open rounded ends at its top as well as at bottom.This shows continuous receiving and releasing of new ideas and involving into new developments. It represents ambition, self-expression and idealism. This number makes a person to reap material benefits from his intelligence and spiritualism.

Just close the rounded ends of 3, you will get 8. It represents Maaya at both the levels. The person is wrapped by complete ignorance of what is happining outside his perception. He cannot come out of the clutches of karmic forces. The balanced loops of 8 represents balanced nature, patience and discipline.

Contemplete on 4, it is looking like a person sitting stable, attached to ground. The triangle above represents fire that promotes a strong desire for material benefits. The person will become materailistic. 4 may also represents unconventional behaviour.

5 is a quiet different number, with flat head and open rounded bottom. Flatness represents stability. The person would reach a clear and stable mental state which he uses in receiving and processing the material in worldly projects. 5 is a sign of dynamism and communication. This number makes one a successful business man.

7 is having similarity with 5, in such a way it is having a flat head and weak base. 7 indicates high level of spiritualism and sensitivity. But the person will not use his mental and spiritual stability to achieve material means.

6 is a number that is fully rounded at the bottom. It looks like a pregnant lady. It symbolises pregnancy, artistic and feminine qualities. The 0 formation at bottom indicates Maaya that pushes the person in love with family- related matters and enjoyment.

9 is a number that is nothing but inverted 6. It represents love to the world. The 0 formation at top, overshadows a person's intelligence with Maaya. The person cannot think but work. So there is a conflict. He would be quick in actions and courageous.

While the numbers have the above significance, each number has been attached to a particular planet in Astrology, the reason is: cetain planet produces the similar vibration of a certain number. Thus 1- Sun, 2- Moon, 3- Jupiter, 4- Uranus or Rahu, 5- Mercury, 6- Venus, 7- Neptune or Kethu, 8- Saturn, and 9- Mars. Number 0 should not be attached to any planet, since it is the root cause of all the numbers. It increases the strength of a number.

The numbers have been attached to Alphabet also. 1- A,I,J,Q,Y. 2- B,K,R. 3- C,G,L,S. 4- D,M,T. 5- E,H,N,X. 6- U,V,W. 7- O,Z. 8- F,P.

Now let us take an illustration. SWAMI VIVEKANANDA, a great saint of India, who shook the world by his philosophical teachings, was born on 12th January 1863.

His birth date number: 12 = 3.
His birth compound number: 12+1+1863 = 22.
His birth single number: 2+2 = 4.
His name single number: SWAMI VIVEKANANDA = 52 = 7.

Vivekananda's birth date number 3 and name number 7 represent that he is ambitious, versatile and a spiritual guru. His ambitions are more focussed on service to poor and downtrodden as is shown by 4 in his birth single number. He had unconventional and revolutionary ideas in reforming the society. His birth compound number 22 shows that he is highly religious and inclined in purification of mind and soul. More over, his birth single number and name numbers 4 and 7 are hormonious, thus making him a renowned person. Let us take only VIVEKANANDA= 37 which clearly shows that he is a spiritual guru. And 3+7 = 1 shows beginning of new ventures which is an indication of his great mission to bring moral and spiritual upliftment. So we can say that Vivekananda's life would be greatly influenced by numbers 3 and 7 and their hormonics 9 and 2. In his case, 2 represents deep involvement in mental faculties like meditation and mantra japa.

  1. He met his guru Sri Rama Krishna in 1881 = 9 (His age: 18 = 9)
  2. He started his journey in search of truth in 1890 = 9 (His age: 27 = 9)
  3. He reached Kanya Kumari and visualized Divine Mother in 1892 = 2 (His age: 29 = 2)
  4. He participated in the Parliament of religions in Chicago in 1893 = 3 (His age: 30 = 3)
  5. He came back to India and started Rama Krishan Mission Association in 1897 = 7 (His age: 34 = 7)
  6. The saint left his body in 1902 = 3 (His age: 39 = 3).

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HINDU PUJA/ PRAYERS

Complicated Hindu Puja made simple by Swamiji Sri Selvam Siddhar

All human beings are born from God and hence they want to be intact with God always. They want to show their love towards God by worshipping Him. Since God exists in all forms, human beings found Him in different forms, called 'deities'. These deities represent different energies, which protect the human beings from their problems and help them reach the ultimate God.

Puja Hindu Puja Vedic worship Gayatri mantra prayers devotion deitiesNow-a-days, society is so busy, people are not finding time even to think about God. If they can allot a few minutes every day for strengthening their relationship with God, they can achieve prosperity in all walks of life. Puja(worship) helps for this purpose. We are presenting here 12-steps of vedic Puja, which is a condensed version that every one can perform by spending 30 to 45 minutes of time, every day. The following are the steps:

1. Prepartion for Worship - 1 min
2. Offering of lights - 1 min
3. Prayers to Divine guide(Guru) - 1 min
4. Water sipping(Aachamana) - 2 min
5. Prayers to god Ganesh - 2 min
6. Declaration of Intent(Sankalpa) - 1 min
7. Gayatri Mantra - 15 min
8. Worshipping the deity - 15 min
9. Sipping the holy water - 2 min
10. Offering food(Naivedyam) - 1 min
11. Lighting camphor(Haarathi) - 1 min
12. Circumambulation(Pradakshinaas) - 2 min

The best time to start Puja is at morning 6.00 o' clock. If this is not possible, then we can do it at evening 6.00 o' clock. Puja should be performed with a quiet and peaceful mind, after taking bath.

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Photo or idol of deity, a tumbler of water and two plates, two oil lamps, flowers / akshitaas(uncooked rice mixed with wet turmeric), fruit / sweet / jaggery / sugar / milk and camphor, Kumkum(vermilion) / Vibhooti (white powder made from cow dung).

Prepartion for Worship:
Sit on a wooden plank facing East or North. Take another wooden plank and spread a silk cloth on it. Now place the deity's photo or idol on the silk cloth, opposite to you. Wear kumkum or Vibhooti between your eye brows.

Offering of lights:
Lit up two oil lamps before the deity. Use gingelly oil or ghee as the fuel in the lamps.

Prayers to Divine guide(Guru):
If you have a Guru, you are fortunate. Otherwise, consider your favourite deity as your Guru. Get your Guru into your mind, fold your hands at chest, and recite this:

Om Gururbrahmaa Gururvishnuhu Gururdevo maheswaraha
Gurussaakshaat Parabrahmaa Tasmai Sree gurave namaha|

Now, imagine lord Vishnu(See him at right) in to your mind, and offer your prayers to him to remove any obstacles:

Om Suklaambaradharam vishnum sasivarnam chaturbhujam
Prasanna vadanam dhayayet sarva vighnopasaantaye |

Water sipping(Aachamana):
The following 24 names of god Vishnu should be uttered for receiving protective energies:

Om Kesavaaya swaaha|
- Recite this once, pour water into your right hand and sip it.
Om Naaraayanaaya swaaha|
- Recite this, sip water as above.
Om Maadhavaaya swaaha|
- Recite this, sip water as above.

Then pour some more water and drop it on the floor at your left side. Now fold hands in reverence, and recite the following names:

Om Govindaaya namaha|
Om Vishnave namaha|
Om Madhusoodanaaya namaha|
Om Trivikramaaya namaha|
Om Vaamanaaya namaha|
Om Sreedharaaya namaha|
Om Hrusheekesaaya namaha|
Om Padmanaabhaaya namaha|
Om Daamodaraaya namaha|
Om Samkarshanaaya namaha|
Om Vaasudevaaya namaha|
Om Pradyumnaaya namaha|
Om Anirudhaaya namaha|
Om Purushottamaaya namaha|
Om Adhokshajaaya namaha|
Om Naarasimhaaya namaha|
Om Atchyutaaya namaha|
Om Janaardhanaaya namaha|
Om Vupendraaya namaha|
Om Haraye namaha|
Om Sree krishaaya namaha|

Prayers to god Ganesh:
Since Ganesh is the dispeller of obstacles, he should be worshipped first before starting any thing. Imagine Ganesh's form in your mind(see him at right), and recite the following 17 holy names of Ganesh by folding your hands at chest:

Om Sumukhaaya namaha|
Om Yekadanthaaya namaha|
Om Kapilaaya namaha|
Om Gajakarnikaaya namaha|
Om Lambodaraaya namaha|
Om Vikataaya namaha|
Om Vighnaraajaaya namaha|
Om Ganaadhipaaya namaha|
Om Dhoomakethave namaha|
Om Ganaadhyakshaaya namaha|
Om Phaalachandraaya namaha|
Om Gajaananaaya namaha|
Om Vakratundaaya namaha|
Om Soorpakarnaaya namaha|
Om Herambaaya namaha|
Om Skandhapoorvajaaya namaha|
Om Sree Maha Ganaadhipataye namaha|

Declaration of Intent(Sankalpa):
While performing this puja, mention your wish to be fulfilled. This is called sankalpa. Recite like this:
I,___________ (tell your name), offering my prayers to god / goddess ___________(tell your deity's name) on this day for achieving all the four: dharma(righteousness), artha(money), kaama(ambition), moksha(liberty) and for alleviating all problems from my life. I wish the complete grace and protection of god / goddess _____________(tell your deity's name) to fall on me and my family members always.

Gayatri Mantra:
If you have taken already Gayatri mantra from a Guru, you should recite that mantra in multiples of 108. People, who did not know this mantra should skip this section.

Worshipping the deity:
Look at the photo / idol of your deity and get that picture imprinted in your mind. Close your eyes for 2 to 3 minutes and visualize the form of your god. Imagine your deity has come and sat before you. This is called 'dhyaanam(meditation)'.

Now recite the 108 or 1008 holy names of your deity. People who got mantra of the deity from a Guru should recite it in multiples of 108. While reciting the names or mantra, throw flowers on your deity. If flowers are not available, then throw akshitaas on your god.

If you are using an idol for worship, you can pour milk, fruit juices, honey, ghee, co-conut water etc., on the idol and finally clean the idol with water. This should be done simultaneously with mantra recitation. Then adorn the idol with flowers.

Sipping the holy water:
At the end of reciting holy names or mantra, take water in to your right hand and leave it into a plate saying:

Yetatphalam Sree _______________ (tell your deity's name) devataarpanamastu|

The water thus obtained is energized with divine vibrations. You should take this water from the plate into your right hand and tell this:

Om akaala mrutyu haranam sarva vyaadhi nivaaranam|
Mahaa paapa kshayakaram Sree _____________
(tell your deity's name)
devata paadodakam paavanam subham|


Saying this, sip the water slowly.

Offering food(Naivedyam):
Any fruit / sweet / jaggery / sugar / milk can be offered as food for your deity. Put them in a plate before the photo or idol and split some water droplets on it, saying:

Om Sree ______________ (tell your deity's name) devataaya namaha| Naivedyam samarpayaami|

Note: Later, this offering should be consumed by you and your family members and it can also be distributed to others.

Lighting camphor(Haarathi):
Now lit up the camphor in a small plate, and move the plate around the photo / idol in a verticle circular form. Do this three times from left to right.

Circumambulation(Pradakshinaas):
Stand up and rotate your body from left to right. While doing this, fold your hands at chest and close your eyes. Do three complete rotations. Then kneel down before god and fold your hands, close your eyes and ask your deity to fulfill your wishes.

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Atharva Vedic “Muhasastra” Also known as

FACE READING |



Interpretation of character and fate from the study of a person's face is called 'Physiognomy' or 'Face reading'. It is obvious that when we meet an unknown person, we try to understand his feelings by looking at his face. So the origin of Physiognomy traces back to the date of origin of human beings. Indications of a person's progress in yogic path are described with respect to Physiognomy in Hindu text 'Svetasvatara Upanishad', composed earlier than 500 B.C. According to Hindus, Samudra (deity of oceans) have first given 'Anga Samudrika' (Body language). King Prahlada has contributed a lot to this subject. Chinese texts dating back 300 B.C., mention Physiognomy.

Socrates(470-399 B.C.) was a great physiognomist. The first book on Physiognomy 'Displaying the Secrets of Nature Relating to Physiognomy' was written by Aristotle(384-322 B.C.). As it was mentioned by Marco Polo, the Arabs also practised physiognomy. Physician and philosopher Avicenna(980-1037 A.D.) has written about Physiognomy in his book 'De animalibus'. Michael Scot(1175-1232 A.D.), court astrologer to Emperor FrederickII, also composed a book 'De hominis phisiognomun', which was printed in 1477 and became best seller for years together. Italian doctor d'Abano(1250-1316) also wrote many books on both Astrology and Physiognomy. During sixteenth century many authors have written books on this subject. Gerolamo Cardano, born in Italy in 1501, wrote many books on Medicine, Mathematics, Astronomy, Physics, Astrology, Dream Analysis, and Physiognomy. Cardano believed that a person's character and fate are symbolized by the shape, lines, and markings of his or her forehead. He wrote a total of 13 books on the subject of forehead reading. In 1586, Porta published 'De humana physiognoma' in which he compares the likenesses of human beings to certain animals. He says if some one resembles a particular animal, he will also have the same tendencies and temperament of that animal. Kaspar Lavater(1741-1801) was regarded as the founder of the modern Physiognomy for his tremendous work in this subject. Later on Cesare Lombroso has made this subject more popular.

By observing the face of a person as a whole, we can get a keen idea of how his life would be in general, starting from childhood till his old age.


1. Parents region:
The position where the hair starts at the top of forehead represents parents and the person's relationship with them. If this area is smooth and shining, the person's parents are fortunate in matters of health and career and the person's childhood is filled with happiness. If this area is indented or with dull skin color then the person's parents face troubles during his childhood.

2. Career and Success region:
We have this area below the Parents region and above the eyebrows. If this position is good, gently rounded and bright, it represents good career prospects and early settlement in the career. If this area is indented or hollow and dark in color, it shows the person's intelligence will not help him in his career and misfortune from his 21st to 25th years.

 

3. Life region:
This area lies between the eyebrows. If it is firm, bright, gently rounded, then it symbolizes a successful career after 27th year of age. It represents a friendly person with positive attitude towards life. If the space between eyebrows is wide and eyebrows are thick the person earn good money and his longevity is also good. If the eyebrows are closer and there is a hair line connecting the two eyebrows, it is a sign of negative mind who is obstinate and unforgiving. If this Life region is dull or any colors found there, it represents unhappiness in career and poor health.

 

4. Middle age region:
This region starts at center of the eyes and covers till the end of the nose tip. Any cross lines, patches and black spots in this region represent ill health and problems with the spouse in the middle age.

 

5. Love and Emotional region:
This is the area below the two eyes where temples are formed. If this area is bright, bulgy and rounded, the person will have deep emotional involvement. He or she will fall in love easily and whole heartedly. If this area has wrinkles or low and not smooth, then the person faces failures in love affairs due to selfishness or over indulgence.

 

6. Fertility and children region:
This area represents the groove which connects the nose with the center of the upper lip. This is also called philtrum. A long, broad and deep philtrum indicates good fertility and ability to have children. It also represents long life. When the philtrum is low or flat, it represents less energy and childlessness. A short philtrum represents early death.

 

7. Old age region:
This is the region below the lower lip which is also called the chin. If this area is strong, rounded and spacious, it represents happiness in old age after 60th year. If this area is low with a weak jaw and dark hue, it indicates unhappy and friendless old age. It also represents dangers of drowning, poisoning, and food or water born diseases.

 

Shapes of faces:
Round shaped faces are also called Moon faces. They represent laziness, lack of energy, imaginative and jovial persons. They love good food and highly domestic.

Square shaped faces are called Earth faces. They represent a tough and aggressive person, offensive and sociable. They are suitable for works where more muscular energy is required.

Rectangular faces represent a honest, diplomatic and leadership qualities. They are suitable for professions as top level executives and officials.

We can also have triangular faces. An upright triangle which starts with narrow area at the forehead and comes down widening, represents Fire face. This is a symbol for anger, low talent but boastful, and rough person.

An inverted triangle which becomes narrowed at the chin, is also called Air face. This signifies a cheerful, bright temperament, hyperactive and sensitive person. This type of face indicates disturbed married life.

Side Profile of face:
A straight face represents a person whose nature is balanced.

A concave face represents a person who sees dark side of life.

A convex face makes a person an optimist with a happy disposition.

If a straight horizontal line is drawn from the corner of the eye towards the ear, it should just touch the ear's upper portion. If the ear is located above the straight line, it denotes the person is of refined nature.

Ear set low below the line and close to the head represents criminal tendencies.

If the ear is erected out from the head, with much gap between the head and ear, the person depends on inner self to gain success.

 

Forehead:
A high and even forehead with a good shining gives a person intelligence and a rich life to enjoy. Any black shades or black creases on forehead represents obstacles in his career. Three clear horizontal lines on the forehead give longevity.

 

Eyebrows:
If the eyebrows are set apart, it represents broad mindedness.

Eyebrows close to each other represent critical minded person who expects exactness in every work.

If the eyebrows are high set, then it denotes an irresponsible attitude and superior tastes.

If the eyebrows are low set and nearer to the eyelids, then they represent a prudent and calculative nature and an insecure mind.

If the eyebrows are like a straight line, the person will become practical and unimaginative.

 

 

Eyes:
The colored circular portion of the eye is called 'iris'. If these irisis float too high, we will have an unstable and disturbed person. He is not trust worthy. Sometimes it denotes premature death.

If the irisis sink too low in the eye, a cruel and perverse nature is indicated.

If the iris is large, thus occupying much of the space in the eye , the person cannot hide affections and emotions.

If the iris is small, and hence the white portion of the eye is much seen, then the person is secretive.

If the gap between the two eyes is large, the person is expansive and communicative.

If the eyes are closely set, then the person will be criticising others, and will not demonstrate his feelings.

Color of Eyes:
A dark eye denotes a forceful nature than a light colored one. Light blue colored eyes represent flirtation. Deep blue is a sign of gentle love. Brown eyed people are devoted in love and friendship. Hazel eyes represent a highly impressionable and affectionate type. Grey represents good intellect and imagination. Green eyes denote an inventive and adaptable nature. Black eyes provide passion and tenderness.

 

Nose:
If the nose is long, the person will be proud of his accomplishments. If short nose is found, we will have a free person escaping from responsibility. Broad nose gives stability of mind.

 

Nose tilted up with nostrils visible represents a spendthrift and emotional person.

Lips:
The size of the upper lip represents the ability to love and the size of lower lip represents need for love.

 

If the lip corners are turned up, cheerful and friendly disposition is seen.

If the lip corners are turned down, irresolute person with depression can be seen.

Full and broad lips show sensuous tendency. Thin lips show brevity and concise behaviour of the person. He will also be a learned person.

 

Mouth:
A large mouth is a sign of outgoing and extroverted person. A small mouth represents introverted, careful and cautious people.

 

Chin:
A narrow, pointed or weak chin represents less energy and drive. They face problems in old age. A broad, round chin is symbolic of generosity and good humour. A broad and square shaped chin makes the person work hard. It is a mark of steadiness.

 

Jaw:
A strong and deep jaw line just below the ear lobe represents the person has good will power and energy. Weak jaw indicates flexibility.

When the soul creates its body in the mother's womb, and slowly limb by limb is formed, the interactions of previous birth's instincts with the soul lead to alterations in the outer body. So by observing the outer body, we can estimate the inner self of the person. This is the root idea of Physiognomy.

 

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Health  Astrology

 



         "He who does not understand astrology is not a doctor but a fool."
                                      - Hippocrates (460BC - 380 BC), Father of Medicine.


It is possible in Astrology to diagnose a disease well before its actual appearance in the body. A disease can be expected,

  • When any planet receives bad aspects like square (90 deg) and opposition (180 deg).
  • When bad planets (Saturn, Mars, Rahu, Kethu, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto) are posited in bad houses like 6th house (place of disease), 8th house (place of longevity) and 12th house (place of death).
  • When bad planets occupy the signs: Virgo, Scorpio and Pisces.
  • When bad planets occupy the Ascendant (place of body, mind and soul).
  • Death can be predicted when Sun, Moon and Ascendant - all the three are afflicted.

The following are the characteristics given for houses/signs and planets, in connection to health of a person.

HOUSES AND SIGNS



First house or Aries: Body in general, Head, Face, Facial bones, Brain and Blood Vessels of the brain, complexion.

Second house or Taurus: Teeth, speech, right eye, Throat, Larynx, Cerebellum, Neck and Bones, Blood vessels and nerves connecting throat and neck.

Third house or Gemini: Right ear, Shoulders, Collar, Hands and the related bones, Lungs, breath, blood.

Fourth house or Cancer: Last phase of life, Chest, Breast, Ribs, Food poisoning, Stomach, Gastric and digestive system.

Fifth house or Leo: Heart, mind, and Spinal chord.

Sixth house or Virgo: Disease in general, Kidneys, Stomach, Bowels, Intestines and Abdomen.

Seventh house or Libra: Waist, Navel cavity, Lumbar region and skin.

Eighth house or Scorpio: Incurable diseases, Urinary and sexual organs, Pelvic bones, Bladder, and anus.

Ninth house or Sagittarius: Hips, Arterial system, Nerves and Thighs.

Tenth house or Capricorn: Knees, Hams, Joints, and bones.
Eleventh house or Aquarius: Legs, Blood circulation and ankles, Left ear.

Twelfth house or Pisces: Lymphatic system, Feet and Toes, left eye, hospitalization, death.

PLANETS



Sun: Heart, Sun-stroke, Eyes, Blood circulation, Spinal cord, Right eye in males and left eye in females.

Moon: Cold, pneumonia, breast related diseases, kidneys, Stomach, and Uterus related problems, Mania, Motions, left eye in males, right eye in females.

Mercury: Digestive system, nerves, Lungs, Speech related problems, Mouth, Tongue, Hands, Epilepsy.

Venus: Throat, neck, cheeks, skin, venereal diseases and reproductive organs.

Mars: Forehead, nose, muscles, male reproductive organs, piles, hemorrhage, injuries, burns, cuts, fevers, accidents, electric shock, suicidal tendencies.

Jupiter: Liver, diabetes, blood vessels, right ear, thigh, buttocks, obesity, problems due to excess-eating.

Saturn: General weakness, bony appearance, Teeth, bones, knees, joints, rheumatism, chronic diseases, asthma, lungs-related diseases, tuberculosis and skin-related diseases.

Rahu: Rahu is considered as equal to Saturn in Vedic Astrology. Rahu gives Leprosy, Cancer, diseases to spleen, poisoning, snake bite, bite of poisonous insects and creatures.

Kethu: Kethu is considered as equal to Mars in Vedic Astrology. Kethu gives hypertensions, B.P., Lunacy, allergies and infectious diseases. When Kethu is involved, the real disease cannot be diagnosed by medical equipment.

Uranus: Diseases to arteries, brain's nervous system, parts of spinal cord, electric shock, heart attack, sudden accidents and unknown diseases.

Neptune: Psychic diseases, epilepsy, lunacy, food poisoning, drug addiction, conjunctivitis, drowning, delusions, insomnia, infectious and contagious diseases, bites of poisonous insects or animals.

Pluto: Congenital diseases, venereal diseases and accidents, diseases due to harmful radiation like X-rays, atomic rays, UV rays, or radio-active rays.

 

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Atharv Vedic “Kairekai sastra”/ Palmstry

 

There is nothing in the three worlds for knowledge besides the hand, which is given to man and which can be read like a book." - Hasta Sanjeevani.

It is said that Palmistry has migrated from India to other countries like Greece, Egypt, Persia and Syria in ancient times. Samudra, deity of the Seas has first given this knowledge to the world, hence this is called 'Samudrika'. Sages like Narada, Valmiki, Garga, Bhrigu, Prahlada and Astrologers like Varahamihira have done a lot of work in Palmistry. Palmistry was discussed in the great books like 'Bhavishya Puranam' and 'Hasta Sanjeevani'. But some how Palmistry could not receive proper attention in India in modern times. It is given high regard in Western countries.

"...It has put me under a Necessity of saying something about Palmistry, which is a Judgment made of the Conditions, Inclinations, and Fortunes of Men and Women, from their various Lines and Characters which Nature has imprinted in the Hands" says Aristotle in a paper written by him in 350 B.C. Today Palmistry has completely transformed into a science, because of the extensive research done by the intelligentsia. Palmistry is a science of understanding the Past, Present and Future of a person by the pads and lines of a palm.

Palmistry revives its foundation on the experiments conducted by Desbarrolles and d'Arpentigny in 19th century. They made a life time study of Palmistry by collecting the imprints of Hands of thousands of people, and classifying them according to the nature of people and events which occurred in their lives. Then a hypothesis has been developed and verified with the support of further research.

Just like a doctor examines a patient and determines his disease by using clinical equipment, a Palmist can predict in advance the health state of a person by simply observing his hands. Noel Jaquin and Eugene Scheimann have proved this by their research. Mr Edward Kowalewski, a professor at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and former president of the American Academy of Physicians, says: "I try to watch the hands of the patients in my waiting room, because they give so many clues, both physical and emotional".

Micheal Faraday proved that electric charge is attracted by objects with sharp ends. This is the reason, when the child enters this world from his mother's womb, the life force from cosmos enters his body through the fingers of his hands and toes of feet. Mostly the life force enters through the index finger and goes up to the brain, where it influences the person's thinking and circulates in the body and finally comes back through the other fingers. The movement of life force is channeled by the lines of the hand. Every finger of the hand has been connected to a different area of the brain, thus activating different processes in the brain.

The pads below the fingers are the places where a number of nerves are bundled up. These pads are like capacitors to store the life force. The life force also carries the energies coming from the planets in the sky. And hence, the pads are named after the planets.

The answer for the question: How the hand reveals Past, Present and Future of a person lies in the statement by Frances Kiezle: "Hands are photographic plates upon which our brain writes our impressions". When an event happens, our brain first reacts for the event, and that reaction leaves a mark in our hands. By reading these marks, we can understand the Past of a person. The sub conscious mind always carries impressions from Past life, and these impressions bear considerable affect on Present deeds. The sub conscious state can also be studied by the hand, and hence the Future can be predicted.

Every hand is unique, and reflects the nature of the person. The pads or mounts of the hand show the strengths and weaknesses in the personality. The marks and lines in the hand describe a vivid picture of events that take place in his life. But these marks and lines may change from time to time depending on the planetary energies which vary from time to time. By a careful examination of all these factors, we can judge what the person is and what he has in store.

 

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