Astrology is an ancient system and philosophy of health care native to the Indian subcontinent, sometimes considered as a Hindu system of health care because of its origins among the oral advice on living in the Vedas.Astrology is the "wisdom for living" or "knowledge of a long life". Astrology, the perfect science or knowledge of life is believed to be the oldest treatment method which evolved around 600 BC in India. The word Astrology originated from the two Sanskrit words, 'Ayur' meaning life and 'Veda' meaning knowledge.
Astrology practiced by special physicians called 'Vaidyas' is known to promote positive health, natural beauty and long life.Life, according to Astrology, is a combination of senses, mind, body and soul. The medicinal system believes that human beings and nature should be in perfect harmony and that disease occurs when the equilibrium between these two is disrupted. Restoration of this fundamental balance, through the use of nature and its products is the main goal of this medical system. The concept is not just on curing bodily ailments but also on preventing. Astrology is a holistic skill that works on harmonizing the vital forces of the body and helps in providing steadiness to our body systems.A system well cross linked by healthy lifestyle and high thinking values that helps in creating the gesture of pleasure and ecstasy in body.
Astrology is a group of systems, traditions, and beliefs in which knowledge of the apparent relative positions of celestial bodies and related details is held to be useful in understanding, interpreting, and organizing information about personality, human affairs, and
other terrestrial matters. A practitioner of astrology is called an astrologer or an astrologist. Thus astrology harmonizes the efforts with the planetary strength to obtain best results. Although astrology has had no scientific standing for some time, it has been the subject of much research among astrologers since the beginning of the twentieth century. In their landmark study of twentieth-century research into natal astrology, astrology critics Geoffrey Dean and coauthors documented this burgeoning research activity, primarily within the astrological community.
Horoscope is a tabular representation of the planets in the zodiac based on the time and the place of birth. Each individual has an exclusive horoscope and therefore possesses different traits and destiny. Indian, Vedic, Western, Greek, Chinese and other systems are different in the way the birth chart is prepared and therefore, each system gives different interpretations and predictions. Astrology recognizes the heavenly bodies in our solar system only and considers rest of the constellations and galaxies as reference points in relation to the planets. The strength of the planets is judged based on the constellation they are moving against. This considers zodiac as epileptic rather than circular. Thus, each of the12 houses is not 30 degrees but of varying degrees (according to time and date of birth). This makes horoscope of every individual different thus, bringing about accuracy. It is generally said Indian horoscope is found to be far more superior to that given by other systems. The predictions given by Indian horoscope is highly authentic (factual) and therefore, reliable.
The main traditions used by modern astrologers are:
• Vedic astrology
• Western astrology
• Chinese astrology
Vedic and Western astrology share a common ancestry as horoscopic systems of astrology, in that both traditions focus on the casting of an astrological chart or horoscope, a representation of celestial entities, for an event based on the position of the Sun, Moon, and planets at the moment of the event. However, Vedic astrology uses the sidereal zodiac, linking the signs of the zodiac to their original constellations, while Western astrology uses the tropical zodiac. In Chinese astrology a quite different tradition has evolved. By contrast to Western and Indian astrology, the twelve signs of the zodiac do not divide the sky, but rather the celestial equator. The Chinese evolved a system where each sign corresponds to one of twelve 'double-hours' that govern the day, and to one of the twelve months. Each sign of the zodiac governs a different year, and combines with a system based on the five elements of Chinese cosmology to give a 60 (12 x 5) year cycle.
The zodiac is the belt or band of constellations through which the Sun, Moon, and planets transit across the sky. Astrologers noted these constellations and so attached a particular significance to them. Over time they developed the system of twelve signs of the zodiac (Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, and Pisces); based on twelve of the constellations they considered to be particularly important. The common choice of twelve zodiac signs is understandable considering the interaction of the Sun and Moon was central to all forms of astrology.
Feng Shui Education
There are a multitude of courses available on the topic of Feng Shui. It is a large subject, taught at many levels. The Association of Feng Shui Consultants does not run courses itself. It does, however, provide a list of courses offered by respected Feng Shui training colleges and Masters, which satisfy the minimum requirements set by AFSC. Such people or organizations voluntarily submit their courses for recommendation by the Association and these are listed below. The Association of Feng Shui Consultants has identified a minimum standard of training for people wish to practice as Feng Shui Consultants.
Every person looks forward to a rewarding career is one's life. How do you find the jobs that you would love to do? What is your earning potential? Which job is best suited to your personality? All these questions continuously warrant your attention. Astrology for career helps you gain a better understanding of yourself, your talents, your challenges, and your dreams and gives you an insight into your talents, potential, communication abilities and challenges, and relationship with your colleagues and boss. It also provides you astrological clues relating to the personalities of successful people and successful companies.
"Vocational astrology," is a field of astrology which assesses your personality traits and needs. It takes into account your productive resources and capabilities, and also your talents. Besides, it evaluates the paths you have taken so far, what type of work you do, or find rewarding. Vocational astrology helps the astrologer to recommend the best possibilities for your career. What type of work you do is related to your Sun sign. This is not as simple as it sounds. The work areas in which they may do well are writing, journalism, publishing, and web designing, teaching, advertising, and corporate communications. This is not all. They make good managers, capable negotiators, and could also start joint ventures. All of these ideas and more, for the Gemini an, lead to doing something in the field of communications, even if they denote different ways of working in the field. Vocational astrology does not, of course, look at your star sign alone to arrive at conclusions, or help you jump-start a career in the line.
Astrologer can find career path in any of the following fields.
• Career Path Report
• Business Success Forecast
• Jobs & Money Forecast
• Coworker Compatibility
• Communications Secrets
Jeff Jawer and Rick Levine co-authored Barnes & Nobles' Your Astrology Guide 2008. They are highly respected astrologers, sought-after consultants and frequent lecturers. Rick writes Tarot.com's daily horoscopes, which can be seen on AOL.com and many other Web sites. He is a founding trustee of the Kepler College for Astrological Arts and Sciences in Seattle, where he lives. Jeff writes weekly romance horoscopes for Tarot.com and AOL.com, and is a longtime columnist for CosmoGIRL.com. He's a co-founder of the Association for Astrological Networking and the United Astrology Congress. He lives n Redmond, WA.
Wendy Stacey was born late in the day on 3 August 1968 in the southernmost city of New Zealand, Invercargill. Of both Maori and English descent Wendy enjoyed a semi rural upbringing until she moved to Christchurch NZ when she was 19, which is when and where she discovered astrology. Wendy began her studies with the Christchurch School of Astrological Studies in 1987 under the teachings of Tom Brosnan for three years. At 22 she had completed her studies in Astrology, completed an adult teaching qualification at the College of Education and was recruited as the youngest teacher for the Christchurch School of Astrology where she taught for two years. In 1993 Wendy was a speaker at an Astrology New Zealand conference. With a never-ending thirst for knowledge Wendy also studied both Accounting and Social Sciences, (where she gained a Bachelor of Arts in 1994). She worked within Chartered Accountancy and took positions on various financial projects mostly within Government departments where she advised and instigated change of National legislation on three separate occasions; mostly do to with race relations. In 1993 Wendy relocated to Auckland in New Zealand where she spent the next 2 years.
Her interest in mundane and financial Astrology developed in Auckland where she learnt various techniques on applying Astrology to business and financial industries. She once again set up an Astrological practice and ran evening classes for beginners and intermediate Astrology students. Additionally she took financial and management project contracts. In 1995 Wendy made her way to the UK to pursue post graduate study and a financial management position within a blue chip company in London. Within the first month she met her future husband whom she married a year later and has had two daughters since. Wendy continued teaching through various local colleges in London including Chiswick Adult Education Centre, Greenford Community Centre, Southall College, Harrow Adult Education Centre and Ealing Tertiary College, whilst maintaining an I.T company and property development business with her husband. In 1998 Wendy studied with the Faculty of Astrological Studies for two years and then transferred schools and graduated from the London School of Astrology, where she has been teaching since 2003. She also represented the LSA for the Advisory Panel of Astrological Education from 2001-2007.
Wendy started working for the Astrological Association of Great Britain in June 1999 as the Treasurer and has held the position of Chairman since 2002, organizing the annual conference each year in the UK, promoting the various AA's publications, research days and generally supporting the organization that supports all branches of Astrology. Unable to keep herself from learning, she entered the Masters programme at Bath Spa University College in Cultural Astronomy and Astrology and was one of the first year students to graduate in 2003.With another interest in medical astrology, she has been researching childbirth methods and astrology since 1992 and is now completing a PhD at Southampton University in this area. In June 2007 she became the principal of The Mayo School of Astrology, a prestigious UK based online and correspondence school which has graduates and students from around the globe.
Wendy continues to represent both the Astrological Association and The Mayo School of Astrology on the Advisory Panel of Astrological Education and has presented lectures at Conferences and seminars in the UK, NZ and the US. Her articles have been published in the UK, the US and have been translated for European publications. She is also a member of the Association of Professional Astrologers.
Horoscope - Career for Zodiac Signs
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