Since ancient time till the present era; Mantras have been used as a remedy for nearly every problem. With the increasing number of TV channels in India, the situation is such that you tell about any issue and one out of ten persons, you will find at least one to come out with a handy Mantra to resolve your issue.
During my years of experience in the field of providing astrological guidance, I saw that a very great number of people who contacted me were in fact victims of low self-confidence, fear, depression, anxiety and were confused due to their lack of overall idea as to what life is all about. It was very clear that the roots of such problems lie deep within the mind of such persons. I could see that logical guidance, counseling, had very little impact on the persons suffering. It led me into the quest to find effective tools to help such persons.
Being an astrologer, most frequently, I come across shouting and quarreling couples. They are not happy in their married life. In almost every case, the person who is seeking astrological guidance; is the one who finds faults with the life-style, habits, attitude etc. of his/her spouse. Though the joint family system is on diminishing count, many times the in-laws are also instrumental in creating disharmony. In Indian scenario, when such persons approach astrologer, they have big bothering Question mark: “Why to Me?”, “Why is she/he so blunt?”, “Why this is with us? – Our horoscope were got matched”. There issues with youngsters e.g. they have been in relaitonship and now the other person is turning face.. whether they will ever be able to get married, whether they will have happy married life if they get married etc. To analyze such situations, we need to understand the causes that bind persons into relationship or a wedlock.
Vedic astrology influences a very broad spectrum of life in Indian society. It endeavors to correlate the inner spirit of a person with the higher cosmic spirit. In this way, Vedic astrology happened to be a tool of exploring the state of evolution of the spirit. This is the reason that it is regarded as ‘an eye of the Vedas’. With the passage of time, Vedic astrology has been attuned to physical temporal objectives of life.
In Indian contemporary life, we have either forgotten some of the concepts or have lost their real and original meaning. ‘Nadi’ is one such concept. To understand its meaning we have to go to the historic era. The Vedic philosophy enjoys the glory for its magnanimous approach. The vedic concepts were built upon cosmic system and its interlude with the human individual system. The concept of ‘Yathaa Pinde Tathaa Brahmaande’ (whats in the cosmos is equally represented in every living body) influences the fundamental rules of Ayurveda, Astrology, Vastu, Spiritual and Religious practices. Ayurveda considers that the five prime elements namely – Fire, Earth, Air, Water and Ether make up a human body. These major elements when combined with each other, create three patterns – combination of Air & Ether makes one constituent called ‘Vaata’; Fire & Water makes ‘Pitta’ and Earth & Water makes Kapha. A healthy body should have balance of these three combinations. However, each body holds an imbalance in favour of one of the combinations. This imbalance is called Dosha. The resultant variants of this imbalances are known as Tri-Dosha. The excess of Vaata is called Vaata Dosha; excess of Kapha creates Kapha Dosha and excess of Pitta creates Pitta Dosha. Depending upon the basic Dosha of a human body, the Prakriti (constitution) of a person was marked as ‘Vaata Prakriti, Kapha Prakriti or Pitta Prakriti.