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Is there a Avasthas-Calculated screen in the 2018 Kala?

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I am taking the Shad Bala, Balaadi and Jagradati Avasthas course, I noticed in the video Ernst was using a Avasthas-Calculated screen that multiplies the shad bala by the different percentages represented by the balaadi and jagradati avasthas, however, I can't seem to find that screen in my 2018 Kala, I can only find the Lajitaadi Avasthas screen. Anybody know where the Avasthas-Calculated screen is?

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Go to Lajjitadi Avashtas under screens.  Under the big Rasi D1 chart you will see a box labeled "Lajjitadi Avashtas Calculated" to the right of that will be "Drishti Yuti" and arrows to the right and left.  If you click though those arrows you will get the Avasthas calculated from different perspectives, like Shadbala, Ayana, Chesta, Ishta, etc.  They will not be the exact same as the numbers you see Ernst using but if you spend some time you will find ones that are quite close.  There is a video where Ernst talks about how the numbers are different and why in 2018 Kala but I can't remember which video it is or what series of teachings.  

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@quasar259 I had seen that video you mentioned, yes he taught those things you said, Avasthas calculated from Ishta, Shad Bala, etc., and you're right they were not the one Ernst was using, maybe he had deleted it for some reason. But it's okay since the manual calculation is not hard, just thought it would be nice to have it to experiment with. Thank you again for your answer!! Cuz I think if you can't find it, then mostly on one can find it, I can rest assured ???? 

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Do you remember what was the title of the video?  Which teaching section it was under? 

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