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Narottama
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Dear Ernst,

 

I am not sure but if I remember correctly then you explain somewhere what can be seen by the different levels of dasa like from Mahadasa can be seen ..., from Antardasa can be seen ..., from Pratyantardasa can be seen ..., from level 4, level 5, level 6 can be seen ...

Can you please explain what can be seen from each level?

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Naro

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Ernst Wilhelm
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THe Mahadasa is the space under which things are happening, it shows the ceiling, or all the possibilities. 

The antardasa moves a person into a particular place in that space. It moves them towards a specific possibility that becomes very realizable. 

The pratyantar dasa gets the person hungry and excited about that which can be realized and gets them acting and making effort to realize it. 

The Sookshma dasa connects them to an event, meaning, there is an inner shift that allows them to connect to the event. 

The prana dasa details the event. 

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@ernst Thats great. That was what I wanted to know. Thank you.

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@ernst Did you discover that by yourself or did you get that information from someone or found it in some book?

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This is something I developed. 

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@ernst OK. I understand. I think your development is nice. I like it. For level you write that it makes a person hungry about that which can be realized and making efforts to get it. But what if there is something negative in line for a person. How would a person react in such case because usually nobody is eager to get their share of suffering. How would it effect a person to experience something negative? Would it still give a person a desire to do something or how would it work?

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something negative is really just an obstacle to what one is hungry for. 

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@ernst I dont understand. Lets say there is a short trip indicated in the chart and activated by the dasa so a person wants to go kicking in the mountains but on the way out the door the person breaks his leg by falling of the stairs. Then the obstacle is the broken leg and the person cant go hicking. But the broken leg must also be indicated.

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Yes, it will be there too. haha. That is the ironies of life. just because we are hungry for somethign does not mean we get it. 

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@ernst So to be hungry for something is just one thing this dasa level shows? There are more things indicated which are not included by beeing hungry for something?

Also beeing hungry for something can set us up for an negative event like breaking a leg or whatever, buying a car to get cheated or that the car breaks down after 2 weeks with an defect engine. It gets us going to do something and then the outcome will be either good or bad? Correct?

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