Jyotish Astrology and Karma
Jyotishacharya Shastri Pundit Roshan Singh – DEha/DEmp
Registered with the All India Federation of Astrologers Societies and recipient of gold medal from Akhil Bhartiya Saraswati Jyotish Manch of India.
Ayurvedic Medical Practitioner – EPASA – Registration No: EHA210901443 & the American Institute of Vedic Studies
Marriage Officer – Department of Home Affairs – Reg. No : Q22548
Vedic Astrology has its origins in ancient India and it’s been taught by scholars of the cosmos called Rishis—masters of the spirit and experts of human consciousness, who discovered the secrets of the universe and human life. In addition to their advanced knowledge of astronomy, mathematics and astrology, the Rishis obtained their revelations in higher states of deep meditation. As a result, they managed to create a predictive system that still works today. Pundit Roshan Singh has the knowledge, experience and knowhow of how to offer perfect guidelines from ones horoscope and above all he offers simple yet effective remedial measures that can avert great adversities.
In India, Vedic Astrology is considered a science—this is the verdict of the Supreme Court and the University Grants Commission that have found this predictive method to be as precise and accurate as computer science. Unlike other astrological systems, in fact, the Vedic system is based on universal principles contained in the Vedas and data and case studies collected for 5,000 years.
We are all affected by collective karma, which has powerful trends that strongly impact us at personal and psychological levels as well as in our outer lives.
Collective karmic disturbances affect all of us. There are major collective disruptions including wars, recessions, political divisions, riots, and natural calamities like plagues, floods, droughts, earthquakes and hurricanes. In addition, technological changes in our human world can change the balance of planetary energies overall.
The particular time in which we live has its own powerful collective karmic dangers, notably 2020 with the coronavirus and extensive political, economic and religious unrest, including environmental disruptions owing to climate change. Rapid changes in the information/technology, media and education fields are also disturbing our minds and energy fields.
Collective Karma and the Vedic Birth Chart
In Vedic astrology the reading of the individual birth chart, which is what most astrologers do, may not adequately consider additional collective karmic impacts. To fully understand the trends in a person’s life Vedic astrologers usually examine the individual birth chart, planetary periods, annual charts and transits. But this may not be enough. Collective karmas are better revealed in mundane astrology, notably national charts. These extend to eclipses and major planetary alignments, which should in turn be juxtaposed relative to the specific birth chart examined.
Collective karma can easily overwhelm individual karma. When the collective karma through national or world charts is difficult then even positive indications in an individual’s birth chart may not bear fruit. I noticed in 2008 & 2020, for example, a number of individual charts that were good for business gains, failed to give good results owing to the global economic collapse. The collective karma was too strong. In other words, collective karma can negate individual karma at least at an outer level.
Your personal horoscope reading can be very beneficial in softening the block of great karmic reactions. Pundit Roshan Singh is able to assist you in this regards.