Vedic Medical Astrologyis a branch of Vedic Astrologythat specializes with medical issues (Jyotish). It is used in conjunction with the ayur-jyoti approach, which is based on the precise time, location, and date of birth of the concerned individual, to create a Vedic horoscope, which is created by a Vedic Medical Astrologer.
When it comes to the total person, the horoscope is a blueprint that reflects the intricate interaction of the body, mind, and spirit.
The fields of astrology and medicine were not recognized as independent disciplines until very recently, especially in the Western hemisphere. Prior to then, all educated people were familiar with astrology, philosophy, and medicine to a significant degree.
It's interesting to note that, although astrology was usually regarded as a respectable profession, medicine was not always so.
The fact that Hippocrates, the Father of Medicine from whom medical doctors take their oath, stated that no one should call himself a doctor unless he/she was also an astrologer is little known. This is due to the fact that no diagnosis could be made without the use of astrological information about the patient.
Vedic Medical Astrology is a branch of Vedic Astrology that requires knowledge of both astrology and medicine. It is a science that requires knowledge of both.
To become a medical astrologer, one must spend years honing their astrological and medical knowledge, which includes a thorough study of anatomy and physiology, among other things.
Ayurvedic medicine is a blend of two sciences that I utilize to effectively diagnose problems and advise clients on the best treatments to follow in order to restore health.
The Vedic horoscope is drawn by the Vedic Medical Astrologer, based on time, place, and date of birth of the concerned person and then appropriate advice is given to enliven all areas of their lives.
The “Ayur-Jyoti” technique uses Vedic astrology to determine potential weak spots. You may be able to determine a tendency toward various types of illnesses, and one can usually see periods of stress or lowered vitality when one could develop health problems.
Analyzing the planetary combinations and placements in a natal or progressed chart, a medical astrologer can ascertain likely psychological or physical weaknesses that may be causing disease.
The medical astrologer then can advise the client on the appropriate tests necessary to verify the astrological speculations. After a physician’s tests have confirmed the diagnosis, the medical astrologer can outline the best diet, nutritional supplements & therapeutic lifestyle changes for the individual to optimize their health and well-being.
The Origin of Vedic Astrology
Vedic Astrology, also known as Jyotish, derives from the Vedas (Vedic Scriptures), which date back more than 6,000years. The world's earliest scriptures provide evidence of a society that was rich in the arts, philosophy, medicine, religion, and science, as well as other disciplines.
Jyotish was originally referenced in the Rig Veda, and it is also cited in the Ramayana, the Mahabharata, and the classic Bhagavad-Gita, which are all great Indian epics.
The Vedas are widely regarded as the most extensive and comprehensive system of information ever devised by mankind, and Jyotish is respected as one of the most significant limbs of the Vedic system of knowledge.
The name Jyotish, which comes from the Sanskrit language, means "Divine Light." It is the divine knowledge's omnipresent, omnipotent, pure, supreme, and elevated eye, which is omnipresent, omnipotent, and exalted.
Traditionally, Jyotish was said to have been invented by ancient sages when in higher levels of consciousness, which allowed them to comprehend existence beyond time and space, as well as beyond the past, present, and future, according to tradition.
They were aware of the energetic rays of the planets as reflectors or transmitters of light energy while they were in this super-conscious condition. Radio-like waves from the sun and planets, emitted from a variety of angles, were seen to have an impact on everything living and inanimate, including people on both biological and psychological levels.
According to legend, the sages examined and experimented with their observations in order to codify them into principles of astronomical computations, which eventually formed the laws by which Jyotish is practiced.
There is evidence of astronomical talent displayed by the Vedic Seers in the fact that these ancient astronomers conceptualized cosmological concerns that have stayed compatible with scientific findings that have lasted until the current day.
The fact that, while medieval Europe continued to think that the earth was fixed, Vedic astronomers of antiquity developed a theory that indicated that the apparent rising and setting of the planets and stars was caused by the movement of the earth is noteworthy to notice.
Known as composite or holistic knowledge, the Vedas integrate every aspect or area of knowledge into a single, comprehensive totality. Everything is examined in the framework of Vedic philosophy, which means that the sciences are consistent and encourage the orientation of creative expression; medicine is consistent with religion, and so on.
This integrated philosophical approach to life is in opposition to the long-popular scientific paradigm accepted by Western society, which has segmented existence into ever-shifting foci or preoccupations with one component or another of the whole or the individual.
In the wake of this fragmented approach to life, various disciplines of knowledge are seen as being at odds with one another, such that the artist is seen as being at odds with the scientist, religion and philosophy are seen as being inconsistent with one another, science is seen as being at odds with religion, and so on.
Knowing that all occurrences are interconnected helps one to see their own existence in the perspective of the broader whole, which leads to the notion of karma in Vedic philosophy.
The ultimate, unavoidable justice of the cosmos, known simply as karma, is claimed to be unaffected by any thought, speech, or deed, according to legend. The scientific law of cause and effect, often known as karma, expresses the following concept of the law of cause and effect: for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.
It is stated in proverbs such as "As you sow, so shall you reap," and inferred in sayings such as "Dounto others as you would have them do unto you." It is also mentioned in different religious and spiritual books such as the Bible. Except in the Vedic literature, the rule of karma is more basic as a philosophy of life than anywhere else in the world.
It is via the notion of karma that you are reminded of your own obligation in the most meaningful way. Alternatively, you could argue that the horoscope provides an opportunity to review ones karmic path in order to become more awake, self aware and, as a result, more actively accountable for one's actions.
A kid is born on a certain day and at a specific hour when the celestial rays are in mathematical harmony with the child's particular karma at the time of conception. The horoscope is a difficult depiction that reveals their unalterable history as well as the likely outcomes of their future.
The chart depicts where we are today as a result of our thoughts and actions in the previous period. We can begin to rise above and gain a perspective on our destiny when we use astrology to create a blueprint of our attachments, challenges, talents, and mental tendencies.
Astrology provides us with a way of not only realizing in a specific sense what our karma is, and helping us work with these confrontations within and without, but also of beginning to rise above and gain a perspective on our destiny.
Rather than encouraging people to accept their fate passively, astrology takes into account their individual strengths and weaknesses, as well as their various tendencies, with the goal of increasing self-awareness so that they can become more conscious of the options available to them in order to take more conscious action.
Astrology is a way of taking stock of one's inner and exterior environments, tendencies, problems, and natural resources in order to live more intelligently and in touch with one's own karma or life experiences, according to the rules of the zodiac.
Astrology is the study of the subtle energies that make up our universe, both as a scientific discipline and as an artistic expression. Essentially, when we examine a horoscope, we are examining nothing more than the mixing of energies, which may combine in an unlimited number of different configurations.
As energetic beings, each of us is made up of a unique blend of energy that combine to form the sum total of our own selves. Each of us is the result of a unique mix of planetary gravitational forces exerted in varying degrees, from different angles, and in varied quantities, all of which combine to form our individuality.
It is the number of conceivable combinations that account for the wide range of personalities, mentalities, and physical characteristics, as well as the emotional and intellectual constitutions that we discover on our planet.
The stars do not determine our fate; rather, they are only a record of a fate that has already been made. They are a symbol rather than a force; they are a transmitting energy rather than an originating power. However, the planets do not dictate, but rather point to the forces that are exerting influence on an event at a specific time.
Aspects of astrology are deterministic to the degree that the unchanging law of karma casts a shadow over them; yet, life that is led by free choice does not follow any predetermined pattern. By exercising free will, mankind may direct the course of history and so take responsibility of determining its own unique destiny.