Vedic Indian astrology
is based on the karmic
theory. When a person initiates an action he has to see the end of it. The
cosmic energy, which he activates whether it is good or bad, has to be sub
sided by him alone.
Death is not the end of actions. It closes the chapter of Physical body.
The other two bodies Viz. the 'ethereal' and 'causal' remain undisturbed and
the "jeeva" or the entity takes another physical form to
experience the un-expired Karma. For this purpose it is not necessary for
the jeeva to assume a human body. It can take the form of any one of the
84-lakh life forms that abound this earth. In the human form the Jeeva gets
an opportunity to redeem itself hence it is bestowed with the sense of
discrimination called as the "Viveka". In other forms of life this
is absent. A person who foregoes the gift of Viveka passes his life by the
four cardinal items of life which are the Food, sleep, fear and copulation.
He has to then go back to the forms without viveka and experience his karmic
effects. He also goes through the eternal cycles of births and deaths, which
are very painful experiences. While undergoing the pang of birth or death
the jeeva does pray for redemption so it is given a chance in a human form.
Vedic astrology is like a vast workshop with all kind of equipment's,
tools, knowledge expertise, solutions and alternatives for all the
sufferings of humanity. The observations based on the basic Karmic rules
laid down by the ancient seers have never failed to produce the stipulated
The horoscope cast for the birth time of an individual is like a printed
circuit of karmic connections. An experienced Vedic astrologer can tell by a
mere glance the defects in the circuit and prescribe the requisite
corrections to make the circuit function trouble free.
The planets act as signals guiding him to the cause of afflictions and
accordingly he either warns the client before hand of the impending trouble
or gives necessary advice to lessen the suffering.
Another advantage of Vedic astrology
is that there are many tools to cross
check an observation. Every observation has to be confirmed by cross
checking by different set of tools so that mistakes of diagnosis can be
reduced to minimum.