Vedic Astrology in Sanskrit is called “Jyotish”. It means “The Science of Light". It is also called “The Eye of the Veda", which also represents light and inner vision.
Stars, planets and luminaries from immemorial times were guiding lights, which helped humans orientate themselves and navigate the planet. Similarly, study of Jyotish, illuminates our material as well as spiritual path; it helps us finding the way through the maze of life, encourages spiritual growth and connection with the higher Self.
Vedic astrology gives profound tools to see the truth of ourselves beyond hopes, dreams, attachments and delusions. It reveals us the blessings we carry from previous births as well as blockages we need to overcome. Birth chart exposes self defeating tendencies as well as strengths, soul lessons, deeply rooted desires and attachments. Most importantly, Vedic astrology equips us with remedies to mitigate some troublesome areas and allow us to work with our karma and co-operate with our destiny. All one needs is acceptance, open heart and willingness to learn, to grow and to evolve. Once the flame of spiritual awareness is lit, this light becomes our strength and source of power. Symbolically, in Jyotish light is interpreted as a divine principle of life, or the light that shines down on us from heavens.
Jyotish is part of Vedic philosophy, which promotes the idea that one's essence of being is higher than transient phenomena of temporary circumstances. It also teaches us detachment from desires while at the same time supports the enjoyment of life and does not deny the pleasure and fun aspect of it. On the contrary, pleasure, Kama in Sanskrit, is one of the four aims of life to be lived and experienced.
Jyotish is meant to enlighten and free us from the biggest bondage of temporary circumstances and connect us with eternal divine self.
Let there be light...
Liquids behave differently in the @iss due to microgravity. Understanding the way fluids behave without gravity may help scientists and engineers better design and comprehend fluid phenomena on Earth. 🤔
Astronauts on the International Space Station dissolved and effervescent tablet in a floating ball of water, and captured images using a camera capable of recording four times the resolution of normal high-definition cameras. 😯
Video by @stationcdrkelly and thanks @universe_dope
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the last photo is of my sister and i when we were younger!!
Domingo 18 de agosto de 2019
Después de esta semana que tuvo de todolleganos al domingo, día en el que termina el dinde y comienzan los preparativos para una nueva semana 😓
Este domingo tiene un sabor a logro cumplido, hay algo que hicimos bien la semana que culmina y se renueva esa sensación que teníamos al iniciar la semana, esa vocecita interna que nos dice: "todo lo podemos, si voluntad le ponemos"💪 Creo que es una maravillosa sensación de plenitud, de mirar a ru alrededor, respirar y decirte ¡vamos bien! ¡Feliz y placentero domingo!
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