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New Moon in Libra is celebrated as Diwali / Deepavali / Deepotsav, the festival of lights. Like most Indian festivals, Diwali is metaphysically celebrated based on the relationship between the Sun & the Moon. Sun represents the soul or the paramatman – the non-changing, non-dual self, & Moon represents the Jivataman or the mind –...

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October 17th, 2020 marks the beginning of 9 day festival worshiping the different forms of the Shakti culminating in Dussherra or VijayaDashami. Navratri starts on the first day (first tithi, pratipada) after the new moon in sidereal Virgo, in the month of Ashvin. Through the 9 days, the evolving forms of Goddess are worshiped, namely,...

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Ketu, the south node of the moon, is transiting through a kink or knot in space called Gandanta. Sounds confusing, right? How can space have a kink? From our position on Earth, there are three distinct sections of the sky where energy gets knotted & there isn’t an easy flow. Gandanta points lie between a...

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Tomorrow’s New Moon in the nakshatra of Uttara Phalguni in Virgo starts off a cycle where we are presented with the opportunity to organizing our lives. The organizing principles of Virgo is where romance from the previous nakshatra of Purva Phalguni evolves into marriage in Uttara Phalguni. This is the constellation Shiva, the eternal recluse...

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We are living through one of the most transformative times in our lives so far. Can you feel and witness the rapid changes in your own level of consciousness, maturity and awareness? This is also reflected in the collective consciousness as we witness increasing polarity but also exponential increases in awareness for cultural, social and...

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Pitru Paksha is a 16-lunar day period to pay homage to the ancestors (Pitr). This year (2020) Pitru Paksha is from 2nd to 17th September. It falls during the waning phase (Krishna Paksha) immediately after Ganesha Chathurthi and right before Sharad Navratri (9 nights of Goddess = Navratri, Sharad = autumn) . Śrāddha or Tarpana...

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