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Saṅkrānti #1: Introduction
संक्रान्ति saṅkrānti » Solar ingress into a vedic sign is called saṅkrānti but this is not limited to the Sun alone as is popularly believed. Passage of the sun or a planet from one sign or position in the heavens into another is the jyotiṣa meaning of saṅkrānti.
The word is composed of सं+क्रान्ति (saṅ+krānti) m.
① going from one place to another » like chara and is an important aspect of gochara. […]
The course fee for third year of Mantra Śāstra Program MSP-3 is $1107 to be paid in before March 2021 or at the time of joining the course, whatever works for you.
For Indians this may work↓ ₹72,000
Alternatively, subscribe for the Mantra Shastra Program at a nominally higher cost
For Indians this may work↓ ₹22,221 x4
Please do not use this without checking with the mentors (Sarbani Rath or Visti Larsen). Limited to 10% of students i.e. 20 max. Do not message Pt. […]
Devaguru Bṛhaspati Center announces its new program titled “Mantra Śāstra Program”, hereinafter ‘MSP’ to be taught both online and through contact classes in the Himalayas over a period of a few years to attain higher levels of knowledge of Mantra Śāstra and its application in Vedic Remedial in Astrology.
The Mantra Śāstra course is to be taught in the tradition of Puri, India and includes learning the various tools and processes that go into the formation and working of mantra as used in Vedic remedies. Sādhanā (penance) is a compulsory part of the course and will include the worship of various Vedic deities including Gaṇeśa, Guru, Śiva, Sūrya, Viṣṇu and/or Devī.
We aim to study the ten variables – navagraha (and lagna) of jyotiṣa and remedies associated with them.
The study is restricted to devatā associated with the rāśi chakra. The devatā associated with the varga and other levels are not to be studied in this course unless they are specifically taught by Maharṣi Parāśara. This can be viewed as an extension of Parāśara Jyotiṣa Course and members of PJC are welcome to join.
MSP2 and MSP-3 are interlinked as the syllabus is very vast covering hundreds of sloka of the colossal Brhat Parasara Hora Shastra. In addition only those who have joined MSP-2 should consider joining MSP-3 after they have studied the video lessons. There are quite a number of video lessons and a few writeups. In future years (2024 onwards) we shall have mentors to guide participants on an annual basis. It is best to start in spring 15 Mar – 16 May. And it is best to join before that to read the material available in the website to avoid trailing behind the class.