Science of tim­ing for suc­cess

Daily Mirror (Sri Lanka) - - JYOTISHA - By A. S. Fer­nando

If you are plan­ning an im­por­tant event, ac­tiv­ity or a pro­ject, you would want it to be a suc­cess. So, it is quite log­i­cal that you should choose the best time or the right time to be­gin it to get the best pos­si­ble re­sults. Muhurta or aus­pi­cious times are an as­tro­log­i­cal sub­ject quite fa­mil­iar to peo­ples in many coun­tries in the East due its ap­pli­ca­bil­ity in their day-to-day life. In the West the prac­tice of fix­ing a pro­pi­tious time or a Subha Muhurta is called Elec­tional Astrol­ogy.

Muhurta or Nekata is the aus­pi­cious or pro­pi­tious time se­lected ac­cord­ing to as­tro­log­i­cal prin­ci­ples to com­mence some im­por­tant ac­tiv­ity or event an­tic­i­pat­ing op­ti­mal suc­cess­ful re­sults

In an­cient times, kings in In­dia would con­sult an as­trologer for choos­ing a Muhurtha or a Muhurta to start a mil­i­tary cam­paign or to sign a peace treaty.

Peo­ple in Sri Lanka of­ten re­fer to Muhurta as Nekata’, and it has be­come a house­hold word among the peo­ple.

Muhurta or Nekata is the aus­pi­cious or pro­pi­tious time se­lected ac­cord­ing to as­tro­log­i­cal prin­ci­ples to com­mence some im­por­tant ac­tiv­ity or event an­tic­i­pat­ing op­ti­mal suc­cess­ful re­sults.

Peo­ples in the ori­ent in par­tic­u­lar be­lieve that if some task un­der­taken is to suc­ceed or pro­duce the de­sired re­sult in full mea­sure it should be com­menced at an aus­pi­cious time.

TIME, BOTH CRE­ATOR AND DE­STROYER

Cel­e­brated In­dian As­trologer Dr. B.V. Ra­man says that it is an es­tab­lished fact that the suc­cess in any work you em­bark on de­pends on the time it is be­gun.

He says all ob­jects in na­ture are pro­duced in Time, de­vel­oped in Time and de­stroyed in Time.

Ac­cord­ing to Dr. Ra­man, if some work is be­gun at an in­aus­pi­cious time, de­spite the re­source in­put is the best by all stan­dards, it will end in fail­ure.

Sages and sa­vants in an­cient In­dia and even those who lived in great an­cient civ­i­liza­tions in Sumer, Baby­lo­nia and Egypt have pro­pounded that man’s ac­tions in any field should be in har­mony with nat­u­ral forces and rhythms, in­vis­i­ble pow­ers and pat­terns embed­ded in the womb of Time - if they are to come to fruition.

ETHE­REAL CUR­RENTS RE­LEASED BY PLAN­ETS

A Muhurta or Nekata is nor­mally fixed for launch­ing some work or ac­tiv­ity meant to pro­duce good or ben­e­fi­cial re­sults. How­ever, a Muhurta can also be se­lected to em­bark on ac­tiv­ity aimed at pro­duc­ing some evil ef­fect on some­one as well- for ex­am­ple a cho­sen vic­tim of vengeance. All plan­e­tary po­si­tions are taken into con­sid­er­a­tion in fix­ing Muhurta while the Moon plays a ma­jor role in the scheme. Muhurta rep­re­sents the mo­ment at which the ethe­real cur­rents re­leased by the plan­ets be­come as pow­er­ful as to make a ben­e­fi­cial ef­fect on the ac­tiv­ity that is be­gun at that par­tic­u­lar mo­ment.

Muhurta rep­re­sents the mo­ment at which the ethe­real cur­rents re­leased by the plan­ets be­come as pow­er­ful as to make a ben­e­fi­cial ef­fect on the ac­tiv­ity that is be­gun at that par­tic­u­lar mo­ment

LU­NAR EN­ERGY IDEN­TI­FIED WITH MEN­TAL EN­ERGY

The Moon plays an im­por­tant role in fix­ing Muhurta be­cause the Moon rules the mind and the lu­nar en­ergy rep­re­sents the men­tal en­ergy.

Peo­ple in Sri Lanka are in the habit of re­fer­ring to Muhurta as Nekata be­cause the Nekata or the con­stel­la­tion the Moon oc­cu­pies at a given time is con­sid­ered the most im­por­tant of the five as­tro­log­i­cal fac­tors - Pachanga which have a bear­ing on fix­ing a pro­pi­tious time.

The Moon plays an im­por­tant role in fix­ing Muhurta be­cause the Moon rules the mind and the lu­nar en­ergy rep­re­sents the men­tal en­ergy

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