As­trol­ogy should Be the first re­sort

Hindustan Times ST (Jaipur) - Hindustan Times (Jaipur) - City - - Front Page - HTC

Some­times, we take sig­nif­i­cant de­ci­sions with­out weigh­ing their pros and cons in the longer run, and miss the ex­pert’s ad­vice. Sit­u­a­tions ex­plained here could hap­pen to any­one. So act when the road has to start in­stead of when it ends. It was this Sat­urn dasha (pe­riod) when a na­tive quit his well-pay­ing job to start a busi­ness. It was this Dasha again when the start of the busi­ness was ex­traor­di­nar­ily pos­i­tive, and the na­tive started mak­ing money within a few months. It was this Dasha only when the na­tive started ex­pand­ing and in­creased his turnover many folds. It was this dasha when he needed the as­sis­tance of busi­ness as­so­ciates to help him man­age his busi­ness. Dur­ing this dasha, he bought lux­u­ri­ous dwelling units and cars for his use. This dasha saw an ex­ten­sion of his blood­line by giv­ing him prog­eny and also the courage to ven­ture out and start some­thing new. All this hap­pened in just six years and made the na­tive over­con­fi­dent. The na­tive ven­tured out to in­vest in prop­erty, and that too a bit far away from his base. Now, this dasha was of Sat­urn, but the An­tar/bhukti of Venus had started. He had made a name for him­self in his in­dus­try and cred­i­tors would line out­side his of­fice to loan him any amount of money. He started pump­ing money in his new busi­ness of real es­tate tak­ing both se­cured and un­se­cured loans. He was so con­fi­dent that he did not mind pay­ing flimsy fig­ures as in­ter­est. The same Sat­urn who had made him a tow­er­ing busi­ness­man, now un­der the in­flu­ence of Venus, started rob­bing him and his cred­i­tor’s money. Ini­tially, he did not be­lieve that he could lose that heav­ily but as the dasha of Sat­urn-venus pro­gressed, the par­ent busi­ness be­gan to crum­ble due to neg­li­gence and back­stab­bing of part­ners. He had ex­hausted most of his sav­ings, saw his prop­er­ties go un­der seizure, and the cred­i­tors were again lin­ing, but for re­cov­er­ing the lent money this time. He was find­ing it dif­fi­cult to even part money for his daily needs. A beau­ti­ful dasha that could have run un­abated for al­most two decades abruptly pushed the na­tive into a mess. Don’t let that hap­pen to you.

The au­thor Dr Vi­nay Ba­jrangi, is PHD scholar in as­trol­ogy. Con­nect with him at www.vinay­ba­jrangi.com or call at 9278665588 or 9278555588.

Dis­claimer: The ve­rac­ity of any claims made in the above ar­ti­cle is the sole re­spon­si­bil­ity of the con­cerned en­tity.

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