Indian Vedic Astrology
Indian Vedic Astrology is based on the theory of fate. The good and the bad actions of the past life determine your fate or Karma of your present life, and the actions of your present life determine your future Karma. According to Indian Vedic Astrology, an individual is born at that place, on that day, and at that moment when his individual fate is in perfect mathematical harmony with the progress of the stars in heaven.
Your Fate is in Your Hands
However, it does not preach total dependence on fate. Astrology lets you know what you were born with, what your possibilities are, the limitations, your strong points, and your drawbacks. What type of life partners and professions suit you and what to expect in these areas are also indicated. It also prescribes various remedial measures to ward off the bad effects and to enhance the good results. Astrology is your roadmap of destiny. However, your fate is in your hands.
The scriptures guide us by telling us what is good and what is bad; what to do and what not to do; how to do and how not to do. You are given a piece of land and the seeds to sow. How much effort to put into it, what amount of manure and water to add, and when how to reap the produce is your job.
After that, it is you who have to act using your knowledge intelligence, discrimination, and experience. Fate is like a game of cards where you cannot help the cards that have been dealt to you, but how to play them is in your hands. You may get good cards but if you play badly you will lose and you may get bad cards and still may win if you play carefully. Don’t blame the roadmap if you get drunk, drive badly, and have an accident!
Thanks for reading,
Psychic Madeline Rose
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