You’re in luck!
I was invited by Pundit Mahesh Shastriji to write some Jyotish lessons for his website My Panchang.
As a result, I’m excited to announce a new tutorial series I’ll be presenting there.
And it’s offered to you completely free!
It’s designed for intermediate level students and each sub-series will focus on one life area.
The first sub-series is about how to see financial indications of all kinds in an individual’s Jyotish chart.
- What the financial indicators are in an individual’s chart
- How to interpret and translate them into meaningful and useful information
- How to spot both opportunities and challenges
- How to take best advantage of both
And the first article is already posted.
It introduces the series and includes an outline of the lessons I intend to present, as well as what I don’t plan to cover.
On my site, I have a corresponding Jyotish Tutorials page which you can get to from my main menu. It’s for comments and questions (since My Panchang has no way for us to interact) and it will also link to each of my articles at My Panchang for your convenience.
This is where you can interact with me about them.
I hope that’s not too confusing but I wanted us to be able to have discussions and I think this will work well once you get the hang of it.
I’m still soliciting your input on which lessons I’ll cover so please look over the outline in the first article and let me know what you think here, pro or con.
And then I hope you’ll join us for some beneficial lessons and (I hope) enthusiastic discussion.
Note: Pandit Shastriji knew of me because I often visit My Panchang, and I had linked to it from my post about the importance of your Lunar Mansion. My Panchang is an excellent resource for everything related to Panchang (various calendars and their use), including Hindu holidays and festivals and on which dates those auspicious days fall in timezones around the world.
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