Ryan Kurczak

Astrological Remedies and Understanding Rahu and Ketu in Your Chart

In Astrology Remedy, horoscope assessment on May 20, 2015 at 11:01

Last month concluded our 2015 Spring semester.  It was intense and exhilarating. (Interested in participating in the Fall Semester?  See this link: 2015 Vedic Astrology Fall Semester Online Classes)  We met twice a week and hashed out some very important astrological principles.  During one of our last classes we discussed astrological remedies and how to determine which one’s are right and most effective for an individual chart.  Below you will find a general outline from the notes of this class on remedies.  It is an excerpt from the 6-hour section where we explored the detailed influences of Rahu and Ketu throughout the chart.  You can learn more about the nodes and astrological remedy advice here:

Astrological Principles III – Rahu, Ketu, Astrological Remedies and Counsel

Notes on ASTROLOGICAL REMEDIES – Are Jyotish Gemstones, Rudraksha, Yagyas, Herbs, or Prayers best for you?

The positive karmas in the horoscope express with greater ease when the ascendant, its lord, the atmakaraka and its lord have benefic support and predominate in angles or trines and are well supported in the navamsha as well.

Whether adversity or advantage is indicated in the Rashi, it is the Navamsha and Shodamsha that will show if it is accepted with devotion or bitterness. 

ShantiPlanetsA well dignified, well placed Sun in good Vimshopak strength gives beneficial results from light, gemstones, improving structural alignment of the body, flowers and hatha yoga.

For the Moon, visualization, affirmations, healing with plants and herbs, prayer for the well being of others and communing with the ocean.

For Mars, by training and discipline, gemstones, surgery, battles, logic, service through providing problem solving for and protection of others, jnana yoga and the yoga of techniques.

For Mercury, aroma therapy, spending time in forests, studying and analyzing, helping others through mediation, laughing, mantras and yantra contemplation and Self-inquiry.

For Venus, prana rich diet, devotional practices, caring for others, flowers, strength training, massage and bodywork, charity, and the study of astrology.

For Jupiter, studying sacred texts, educating others, listening to and reciting sacred sounds, out door sports, laughter, Rudraksha, gardening and charity.

Saturn, fasting, serving indigent and homeless people, being thrifty, working hard on a regular schedule, routine, vows of silence, thinking of others as one’s self, contemplating the true cause of suffering, taking regular time for rest.”                –Copyright – Ryan Kurczak 2015

If you have a planet in good dignity.  Generally, the remedies indicated by that planet (see above) will show positive results.

Combining Jaimini Karakas, Transits, Cusps and Avashtas

In Online Astrology Classes on April 29, 2015 at 15:16

Asheville Vedic Astrology Academy 2015 Fall Semester – 14 Classes – 28 Hours Total

(8 spaces left as of 5/6/15)

"Wishing you the best in your astrological and spiritual studies for 2015!" - Ryan Kurczak

“Wishing you the best in your astrological and spiritual studies for 2015!” – Ryan Kurczak

“These last few weeks of 2014 I’ve had time to reflect and put together an excellent course of study for 2015.  You already have access to the Free Vedic Astrology Learning Course, and also the articles, books and downloadable courses available through Asheville Vedic Astrology.  The goal of this year’s (2015) classes is to tie together the basics of chart reading with the more detailed and profound aspects of astrology.   These courses are going to explore astrology from a realistic/practical approach.  The theory will be shared, but as anyone knows who has practiced astrology, theory and actual practice can be very different.  My goal in 2015 is to teach you to think like an astrologer and how to begin understanding texts such as Jaimini Upadesa Sutras, Brihat Parashara Hora Shastra and Sarvartha Chintamani.”  -Ryan Kurczak

Please review the syllabus and details below for the Fall Class of 2015.

Contact astroinfo@ashevillevedicastrology.com to register.  Space is limited to 24 participants.  Public registration begins May 7th, 2015.

All classes will be done online using GoToMeeting.com audio/video webinar service.  All sessions will be recorded.  If you cannot make ALL the sessions, you will receive the audio recording within 48 hours of each class.

Syllabus

Section 1 – What Does Each Planet Represent in Your Life? Exploring Jaimini Karakas. – What to Read Before Class: Page 104 and Appendix III of The Art and Science of Vedic Astrology Volume 2.

Section 2 – Who Are You and What are You Capable Of? Exploring Jaimini’s Svamsha, Atmakaraka and Sources of Strength.

Section 3 – How to Use Planetary Transits, Jaimini Karakas and House Cusps to Refine Predictive Trends. – What to Read Before Class: Review Chapters 4, 7 and 13 in The Art and Science of Vedic Astrology Volume I.

Section 4 – How to Use Avashtas with Vimshottari Dasha. – What to Read Before Class: Read Chapters 4 and 10 in The Art and Science of Vedic Astrology Volume 2.

Section 5 – How do Lajjitaadi Avashtas and Transits Give Detailed Information about Current Trends in Your Life.

Section 6 – Divisional Charts Exploring the Rashi, Drekkena, Navamsha and Dasamasha For Purpose and Life Path. – What to Read Before Class: Read Chapter 6 in The Art and Science of Vedic Astrology Volume 2.

Section 7 – Considering Relationship Compatibility Through Birth Chart Comparison and the Effects on Personal and Business relationships by Dashas and Transits. — What to Read Before Class: Read Chapter 9 in The Art and Science of Vedic Astrology Volume 2.

Section 8 – Astrology as a Philosophical and Spiritual Path of Self-revelation and God-Knowledge. What to Read Before Class: Read Chapters 1 & 2 in The Art and Science of Vedic Astrology Volume Two AND Chapters 1, 2 & 17 in The Art and Science of Vedic Astrology Volume One.

Dates

September 2, 6, 20, 23, 30

October 4, 7, 14, 21, 25, 28

November 4, 7, 11

Times

Wednesday Meeting Times are 6:30-8:30 PM Eastern Time Zone

Sunday Meeting Times are 9:00-11:00 AM Eastern Time Zone

Base Tuition: $245.00

(However, this is such a fascinating topic and I want to make it available to everyone, so if you can’t afford $245.00, just tell me what you can and that will be the cost for you.)

Required Text: The Art and Science of Vedic Astrology Volume II, by Richard Fish and Ryan Kurczak

Advised Previous Study:

Relationships and Love in Vedic Astrology

In compatibility on March 31, 2015 at 09:08

Good friend and astrological colleague, Karen White of Divine Time Astrology, and I have worked together often in the past.  We’ve done a number of podcasts together (see her site www.divinetimeastrology.com).  We’ve set out on a new adventure of creating YouTube videos on Vedic Astrology.  Our first series revolves around Vedic Astrology, Love, Relationship Compatibility, and how to make the most of our relationships through Self-understanding.

It is my pleasure to introduce, Karen White…

Video Interview #1 – Satisfying Love Relationships in Vedic Astrology

Video Interview #2 – Saturn on Love & Relationships in Vedic Astrology

Video Interview #3 – Good Compatibility Yet Bad Relationships In Vedic Astrology

Subscribe to my youtube channel or follow this blog for more interviews.  Our next topic will focus on the influence of Atmakaraka’s in the chart.

Sincerely,

Ryan Kurczak – Asheville Vedic Astrology