Don’t wait for too long and act now

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Never get tired be­fore you reach your goal’ and ‘great work is achieved through per­se­ver­ance and not through hard work’ are a few quotes that most might have read or heard about, and large num­ber must have sub­con­sciously or con­sciously ad­hered to it. But still the jour­ney to suc­cess eludes many. Most peo­ple keep on try­ing end­lessly till the point of no re­turn. A gentle­man who was for long do­ing mis­er­ably in his busi­ness once came to my of­fice. His horoscope was noth­ing less than a trap; the neg­a­tive plan­ets were so aligned that he un­der their in­flu­ence was hap­pily fol­low­ing a neg­a­tive path with a hope that he would one day rule the roost. Loans had mounted, per­sonal be­long­ings were mort­gaged but still he was fight­ing as if vic­tory was just around the cor­ner. His ques­tion to me was not about what to do next, but ac­tu­ally was about when would he get suc­cess? The stag­ger­ing re­cur­ring ex­pen­di­ture on the rented ac­com­mo­da­tion of his work place and fac­tory, the up­keep spent on the staff, and the in­ter­est on the huge debt was some­thing that was pre­vent­ing him from clos­ing his busi­ness. But what he was un­able to un­der­stand was that the pres­sure of on­go­ing monthly ex­pen­di­ture may one day forcibly close his of­fices and es­tab­lish­ment, and that will be a point of no re­turn. There are many who cast a blind eye to sit­u­a­tions un­til it be­comes a bit too late. Sud­denly a big or­gan­i­sa­tion which had a name for it­self be­comes in­sol­vent, a big chain of stores pre­sumedly do­ing good sud­denly closes, those end­less lists of es­tab­lish­ments that once rose high start go­ing down. The good thing is that there can be a piece of as­tro­log­i­cal ad­vice that can fore­tell the na­tive to ei­ther work with cau­tion or not ven­ture in a list of re­stricted fields for him. Many astrol­ogy en­thu­si­asts get over­whelmed by the place­ment of the plan­ets in their As­cen­dant/lagna chart, but some­times fal­ter to read the Dasha and Gochar and their re­la­tion with the other di­vi­sional charts. Some­times even the pos­i­tive stars get over­shad­owed by the hid­ing neg­a­tive stars and the re­sults re­main pre­dom­i­nantly neg­a­tive. If some­thing sub­stan­tial were to hap­pen it would have oc­curred till now; a fur­ther wait may de­te­ri­o­rate the mat­ter be­yond re­pair. Don’t let it hap­pen to you. Con­nect with Dr Vi­nay Ba­jrangi, PHD scholar in astrol­ogy 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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