Swiss Army Knife Reading Intensive
Online Virtual Conference
Saturday and Sunday September 1-2
1o am – 5 pm PDT (With Breaks)
5 Hours of Class time per day.
In the “Swiss Army knife” course you learned several of the most important connections to focus on. We spent so much time explaining and going over these structures. But we did not get to read many charts using these methods.
On this weekend we will focus on reading chart after chart using the precise methods, both from the chart and in transit to make razor sharp predictions, that not only explain what will happen, but WHY it happened.
There is nothing like getting people together, using powerful chart reading methods, then seeing those methods work over and over again on charts that we pull up on the fly and examine.
I will also bring out a few other tactics and concepts that I did not get to on the first Weekend. They include:
- Dig Bala (or reverse)
- Bhavat Bhavam compounding
- Rasi / Nakshatra or Varga Activation
Sam Geppi (Sadasiva) is the author of “Yoga and Vedic Astrology” and “The Ascendents-108 Planets of Vedic Astrology” and the founder of the American Academy of Vedic Art and Science, which offers level 1-3 Certification Programs in Vedic Astrology. He is a renowned Vedic Astrologer, teacher and speaker.
Astrologers Alix Claman, Malini Iyer, Tamme Standen and CoVianna Young will be assisting and answering questions. These are graduates from the school who monitor the chat in real-time.
Sam Geppi – Vedic astrologer and author of “Yoga and Vedic Astrology” will be teaching.
Astrologers Alix Claman, Malini Iyer, Tamme Standen, CoVianna Young will be assisting and answering questions.
A FEW OTHER THINGS
- ~ Beautiful San Diego
- ~ 1 mile from the beach in La Jolla
- ~ Group Dinner
- ~ Meet your classmates
- ~ Get Immersed in the myth of Vedic Culture and YOUR Chart.
Overview of the Jaimini System of Astrology – Case Studies
Weekend Overview and Details
:: Jaimini Astrology Immersion ::
Even though it may sound complicated and maybe “above your head”, jaimini Astrology is actually very straightforward and direct and gives enormous flexibility and powerful options when it comes to making predictions.
Jaimini astrology revolves around a few key calculations that we will discuss and utilize in this special weekend:
Bhava Padas (Arudhas) – shows the actions of the bhavas
Chara Karakas (Atma karaka, Amatya karak, etc.) – movable indicators for each chart
Karakamsa(s) – Altenative lagna(s) for different Vargas
Chara Dasa (for timing) – Rasi based dasa system
Rasi Aspects – Sign based aspects used in Jaimini Astrology
Class Structure and Schedule:
Friday – Overview and reframing of how planets signs and houses work together naturally and in the Jaimini System. The difference between natural Karakas (planets) and the Chara Karakas (based on degree). Rasi Aspects, Chara Dasa and more.
Hours: 12-7 with approx. 1-1.56 hour break
Saturday – Emphasis on Bhava Padas (arudhas), calculations – usuage in the natal chart in general, special usage in transit, upapada, 7th house pada, lagna pada, usage in vargas – cross connection with Parashari astrology. Chara karakas explained / calculated
Hours: 10-6 with 2 hour lunch break
Sunday – Chara karakas continued, Swamsa calculation, Karakamsa and usage in vargas, Chara dasa (calculation and usage), connection to Vimshottari, Jaimini principles with the Nodes (co-ruling Scorpio / Aquarius), rasi Aspects, transits, predictions – integrations.
Hours: 10-6 with 2 hour lunch break
THIS WILL BE AWESOME!
- You will learn how to read the chart based purely on the Jaimini factors.
- You will learn how to cross check and see the same indicators from 2 points of view (Parashari and Jaimini). This includes evaluating fixed and chara karakas – reading charts from the lagna and the Swamsa.
- You will get a great new technique for assessing planetary transits.
- You will see a powerful way to read the chart of a client with no birth time.
- A lot more.
Photos From Recent Classes
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