Use of Avasthas to declare the standing of your planets in your Birth Chart

This blog posts briefly presents the use of Avasthas to interpret the standing of your planets, and to show how they treat each other in your Vedic birth chart and in your life.

I teach Avasthas analysis in both my astrology courses: Enlightened Astrology Course and Master Vedic Astrology Course, and also use Avasthas in my Astrology Readings.

I find the Avasthas method invaluable, and am glad to share it with you. So, this is a really important post to read.

Please note that this presentation uses the charts shown for the same case example person, as in two other blog posts that I’m publishing at the same time, namely:
Nature versus Nurture and Unaspected Subpersonalities in psychodynamic Astrology
Predictive Age Points in psychodynamic Astrology
– So please see those two blog post too.

So, to examine the Avasthas statement for this case example person, here’s the person’s Vedic natal Chart: called the Rashi chart:




So, first, note the person’s Jagradadi Avasthas, the Table in the centre of the above chart,  which declare how karmically mature and wide awake or otherwise their planets are to do their work in the person’s life. And in this person’s karmic unfoldment, this person has a very awake Mars and Jupiter (Mars and Jupiter have Jagrat status).

And next note heir Rashi Avasthas. And in terms of their Rashi Avasthas: let’s mention two very brief examples of the standing of their planets in their birth chart and how their planets treat each other, taken from their Rashi Avasthas Table shown below:
So, notice that when you look down the Jupiter column, you see that Jupiter has a raw score of 504 strength points (black number).

But if you look across the Moon row, you see that this person’s Moon boosts their Jupiter score from 504 to a staggering 1158 positive points (green number) by adding 653 positive points.

But if you look across the Mercury row, you see that this person’s Mercury harms their Jupiter score reducing it to 396 points by subtracting 108 negative points (red number).

So if these scores are used in an enlightened way, the Avasthas method is invaluable and that’s why I’m glad to teach, use and share it, in my Astrology Courses and my Astrology Readings.

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