The Yoga forming Grahas taught by Brihat Parashara Hora Sastra and detailed in the Yoga Karakas and Natures of House Lords Videos put a person firmly on the path of Dharma, of following the inspiration that comes from their own nature and creative intelligence. Essentially in that chapter Brihat Parashara Hora Sastra gives the rules for determining how smooth or not the path of life is. Following inspiration makes for the most smooth path possible and helps a person sail over the troubles and pains that plague man. Certain Grahas, as detailed in the mentioned videos, can obstruct this smooth sailing path of Inspiration. But what are those potentially obstructing Grahas doing when they are not obstructing Yoga producers? They allow us to take care of those other parts of life that are also necessary to survival, balance and happiness – they represent all the other things that we have to do in life in order to survive and grow. Some people do this very effectively, others do it inefficiently and thus they have less time to devote to their inspirations. This is different from when a Graha obstructs an inspired Yoga Graha, in that case the inspiration flounders. Taking care of other areas of life does not flounder the inspiration, it only gives less time to do it. Thus the individual who is most productive in their inspiration is the one who not only has unstoppable inspiration, but who also takes care of the less exciting aspects of life very effectively, thereby leaving an abundant amount of time to fulfill their inspirations and to produce greater success. In these videos I will teach the principles with which to examine these other Grahas.
Prerequisites: These videos were taught part of the Parashara’s Formula For Yoga Judgment Course, however, these videos do stand alone and so it is not 100% necessary to view them as part of the course.