In this episode of Holistically Curious, Kim and Teresa explore Vedic Astrology also called Jyotish. In Sanskrit, Jyoti means light. Jyotish / Vedic Astrology is the study of how we interact with the cosmic light within us and within the cosmos. It deals with cosmic patterns that are thought to determine our destiny. Kim reveals the history of Vedic Astrology and discusses some of its basic components.
VEDIC ASTROLOGY (JYOTISH)
- Jyotish or Vedic Astrology – A Brief Intro by Prash Trivedi www.osfa.org.uk/jyotish
- What makes Vedic Astrology (Jyotish) So Special? by Saraswati J. www.elephantjournal.com
- The Basics of Vedic Astrology by Veos Daskalodos (Chris Murphy) www.scienceofthestars.com
- Astrology www.vedicrishi.in
- Patanjal Yog | Adhyatam (Spirituality) | Jyotish (Astrology) www.shankyandy/vedic-astrology
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