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Lesson 44: Drig dasa – Introduction

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Lesson 44: Drig dasa – Introduction

Postby Atul » 02 Aug 2010 11:22

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1. Questions and Answers Session.
2. Drig dasa – Brief Introduction

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Keep wanting a thing and one day you will achieve it. Stop wanting everything and one day you will achieve Him.

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Re: Lesson 44: Drig dasa – Introduction

Postby Atul » 02 Aug 2010 11:22

Parivartana Yoga – if two planets are friendly then it will give a good
yoga. If the two planets are enemies it will give a bad yoga. Also say
if there is parivartana yoga between 8th and 9th lord then it is a bad
yoga. But a parivartana between 7th and 9th house lords yoga is
good. So the house and the planet both are important. Between 3rd
and 7th house since they are in the same trikona, it is a good yoga.
The 3rd house stands for initiative and the 7th house stands for
experience and strong drive, it is good.
Keep wanting a thing and one day you will achieve it. Stop wanting everything and one day you will achieve Him.


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