Eight pa­ram­e­ters taken into ac­count in com­pat­i­bil­ity test

Sunday Tribune - - HERALD -

PLEASE tell me about my ca­reer, health and fi­nance. I have be­ing un­em­ployed for about three years. Will I be able to find em­ploy­ment? VM

YOU are in the last cy­cle of Saturn’s sade sati. It will end early in 2020.

Your luck will im­prove near this time and the door to good for­tune will open.

From 2020 to 2023, you will be all right fi­nan­cially with a sta­ble in­come. You will slowly start earn­ing money, then make good money and find peace at home.

You need to strengthen the moon’s in­flu­ence in your chart. To do so, chant “Om Namah Shivaya” for half an hour a day. Try to gain ex­po­sure to a full moon, but not dur­ing an eclipse.

PLEASE ad­vise if we are a per­fect match or if we could come and see you. KO

THROUGH a com­pat­i­bil­ity test, based on eight pa­ram­e­ters, we can find out how com­pat­i­ble you are and de­ter­mine how well you are matched.

In as­trol­ogy, mar­i­tal com­pat­i­bil­ity is based on eight pa­ram­e­ters (to to­tal 36 marks/ gu­nas):

1. Varna refers to ego de­vel­op­ment. It car­ries one mark.

2. Vashya refers to the


in­ten­sity of mu­tual at­trac­tion. It car­ries two marks.

3. Tara (three marks) for fi­nan­cial sta­tus.

4. Yoni (four) for bed­room chem­istry.

5. Maitri (five) for goals, in­tel­li­gence and spir­i­tu­al­ity. 6. Gana (six) for tem­per­a­ment. 7. Bhakut (seven) for the wel­fare of the fam­ily.

8. “Nadi”(eighth marks) for health.

A min­i­mum of 18 marks is needed for a match to be de­clared com­pat­i­ble. The higher the score, the bet­ter the out­look.

Between 18 and 20 marks is con­sid­ered an av­er­age match, 21-23 a good match, 24-28 very good and above 28 ex­cel­lent.

For the test, we need an ex­act time, date and place of birth.

If the time of birth is not ex­act, the re­sult can vary. Even an hour can make a dif­fer­ence. Pro­vide both your birth de­tails and I will let you know.

AN anthill has arisen in

my front yard. Is there any sig­nif­i­cance to this and, if so, what pray­ers or rit­u­als are needed?

Please guide me on my fu­ture. I have a sci­ence de­gree, am study­ing en­vi­ron­men­tal man­age­ment and work at a hos­pi­tal. I am go­ing to be 40 and have not yet mar­ried.

I fast Mon­days to Thurs­days, read scrip­tures, chant mantras and have lit a dhiya by a tulsi tree.

There is a lot of fam­ily ten­sion in my home. SB

YOU are a very spir­i­tual per­son. Carry on pray­ing and light­ing the diya after sun­set on the days when you are vege­tar­ian.

It is very good to read Shree Hanu­man Chal­isa 11 times daily. You can start read­ing a few pages of the Ra­mayana daily and try to fin­ish in a month’s time. While read­ing, light a ghee diya in front of Ram–dar­baar.

Read­ing the Ra­mayana will bring peace and har­mony to the fam­ily.

Re­gard­ing the anthill:

If any tem­ple is look­ing to re­place the hood of the snake on the Shivling, seize the op­por­tu­nity to do so.

The whole fam­ily should do fast dur­ing Sawan month (July/ Au­gust).

Dur­ing Sawan on the day of Naag Panchmi of­fer a bowl of milk at the hill.

Dur­ing Sawan month chant “Om Namah Shivaya” for half an hour in the day and at night.

Read­ers can send their name and sur­name, re­li­gion, date, place and time of birth and the ad­vice they re­quire to: Ma­hesh Bang, Tri­bune Her­ald, PO Box 47549, Greyville, 4023, or e-mail tri­bune­herald@inl.co.za or call him at: 083 659 2277 or 031 401 8888

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