Monday, September 28, 2020

Planetary transits is basically a technical term in Vedic Astrology. Therefore it is essential for a layman first to understand what are planetary transits and why should a person know about it. Horoscope has planets fixed which can be either negative or positive. Planetary transits means movement of planets. Now, Horoscope once allotted at the time of birth is fixed, no one even the author/creator of it Lord Brahma can change it. Then a very relevant question is how do Vedic Astrology or astrologer help us. The simple answer is to take advantage of planetary transits. These different planetary transits give ample flexibility to manoeuvre our karmas to mend the results if not changed 100% as deciphered in the original birth chart. All the nine planets are always moving, or by using a different word, we may say that all the planets are Transiting. This movement of planets is known as planetary transits and in the Hindi language as “Gochar.” Vedic Astrology has sufficient tools to guide a person the impact of all these transits in the beginning of the Year itself. Therefore it is highly recommended to consult an accomplished astrologer & take guidance for do’s and don’t for a year.

Planetary transits is a continuous process

The Birth Chart of a person shows the sign wise position of the transiting planets at the time of birth. So the birth chart or the horoscope of a person sets up a broad road map of the life of that person as each house of a birth chart relates to a certain area or aspect of life. All astrological indications in a birth chart are probabilities, some strong and some weak. Right from the birth, planetary periods or Dashas operate one after the other. There are many Dasha systems, but as per Maharishi Prashra, the Vimshotry Dasha System is preferable.

How do planetary transits affect predictions?

Vedic Astrology can be labelled as ‘Science and Art.’ Creating an accurate horoscope on the basis of the birth date of a native is the science part. Whereas analyzing and predicting any results is the art. It is wisely called an art since many factors are to be collaborated in reaching the final conclusion.

All results, as indicated in a birth chart fructify during the Mahadasha and Antardasha of the relevant planets. The Mahadasha sets up a broad background, whereas the Antardashas of various planets during that Mahadasha further pinpoint the type and timing of results.

Cycle of Planetary Transits

The Mahadasha lasting over a longer time sets up a broad time frame in which the Antar Dasha narrow down the results and their timing. The transit of planets during the Dashas further narrows down the probability of expected results. The approximate time taken by each planet for transiting through a sign is given in the table below.

The Transiting Planet Approx. time it takes to transit through a sign
Sun 1 month
Moon 2.25 Days
Mars 45 Days
Mercury 21 Days
Jupiter 12.5 Months
Venus 26 Days
Saturn 2.5 Years
Rahu and Ketu 19 Months

How do we read planetary transits?

  • Planetary transits are generally seen as per the Moon sign. For more in-depth analysis, these can also be seen as per the ascendant (Lagna)
  • Transits of slow-moving planets viz. Saturn transits, Jupiter transits Rahu Transits  and Ketu transits carry more importance
  • The transiting Rahu/Ketu axis can indicate the areas of concern during their transit. Just, for example, this axis falling over 1st and 7th houses will require attention to general health, dealings, marriage and spouse, partnership business, etc.
  • Transit of Jupiter is considered for the fructification of auspicious or favourable results. Jupiter transit happening over a house or even over its lord placed elsewhere tends to give favourable results pertaining to that house.
  • Transit of Saturn over a house or its Lord maynot always be malefic but it may tend to cause concern or delays in fructification of the relevant results
  • Transit of Saturn and Rahu combined over a house, or its lord is believed to activate some Karmic work out of accumulated Karma. Now this  can be good or bad depending upon the condition of these two planets in the actual birth chart of the native.

Which is the most important planetary transit?

Which is the most important transit amongst all transits of planets. It is the transit of Saturn. Transit of Saturn over certain houses with respect to the natal Moon is of more importance among all planetary transits. This is because Saturn is generally a malefic planet and stays the longest in a sign. Saturn transit has a cycle of 2.5 years. Therefore it is the most significant among all planetary transits.This special transit falls under two categories as follows;

Shani ki Dhaiya

The two and a half year period of transit of Saturn over the 4th and 8th house as counted from the Moon sign is called its Dhaiya. It is wrong to assume that this transit of Saturn is always bad. The results can be good as well as bad. Because a lot depends upon the astrological conditions of an actual birth chart.

But in general, we can say that both these Dhiya’s should be considered as important because of aspects of Saturn on important houses. During the 4th house Dhaiya the Saturn aspects the 6th house of disease, enemies and difficulties, and 10th house of career and the ascendant. During the 8th house, Dhaiya also called the ‘Ashtam Shani’ the Saturn aspects the 10th house of career, the 2nd house of wealth and family, and the 5th house of education and children.

Shani ki Sade Sati

Transit of Saturn over the 12th, 1st and 2nd houses as counted from the Moon sign and lasting in total for 3X2.5 years=7.5 years is popularly known as Shani ki sade sati. The transit over these three houses is also called the three legs or parts of Sade Sati. Again it needs to clarify that the whole period of seven and a half years cannot be troublesome. The following table indicates which leg or part of the Sade Sati can be most unfavourable for each Moon sign.

Moon Sign (Rashi) Most Unfavourable Leg (part) of Sade Sati
Aries 2nd
Taurus 1st
Gemini 3rd
Cancer 2nd
Leo 1st and 2nd
Virgo 1st
Libra 3rd
Scorpio 2nd
Sagittarius 1st
Capricorn 1st
Aquarius 3rd
Pisces 3rd

Read effects of all planetary transits 2020 in different Zodiac Signs in different blogs on this website.

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The Horoscope once allotted to us, cannot be changed. Not even the creator of it Lord Brahma can change it. Then how can astrology or astrologers help us? Let’s understand that Horoscope is a chart which is tabulated based on our Past Life Karmas. The karmas of past have gone past and are fixed, same way horoscope is fixed & none can be changed.
However with changing Planetary Transit and Dasha, we have flexibility in our present life karmas to impact the results of what is allotted to us in Horoscope. All planets (like Earth, Sun, Moon etc) keep moving which is called planetary transit. Dasha also keep changing. That is where a right astrological guidance by a competent astrologer plays the role. My practical experience of 20 Years with a PhD IN Astrology makes me write very categorically that each horoscope has both negative and positive planetary positions but actual results depend on how we drive them through our karmas of present life. Best of positive Yogas in Horoscope may not ignite for its expected positive results. Same way most negative Doshas in Horoscope can give best positive results. Important is Karma & not the so called astrology rituals. You cannot appease the God with rituals.
Indian Vedic astrology means co-relating your horoscope with your own karmas of past life, identifying flawed and good of them. Then guiding the person how to mould karmas in present life to win over impact of flawed ones.
Accurate birth time is the soul of Indian Vedic Astrology; any doubts pls go for birth time synchronization then only go for any astrological predictions. Career astrology, business astrology, marriage astrology, good progeny, negative doshas in horoscope, positive yogas in horoscope are all embedded in Vedic Astrology depending on astrologer what way want to deal with it.

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The Horoscope once allotted to us, cannot be changed. Not even the creator of it Lord Brahma can change it. Then how can astrology or astrologers help us? Let’s understand that Horoscope is a chart which is tabulated based on our Past Life Karmas. The karmas of past have gone past and are fixed, same way horoscope is fixed & none can be changed. However with changing Planetary Transit and Dasha, we have flexibility in our present life karmas to impact the results of what is allotted to us in Horoscope. All planets (like Earth, Sun, Moon etc) keep moving which is called planetary transit. Dasha also keep changing. That is where a right astrological guidance by a competent astrologer plays the role. My practical experience of 20 Years with a PhD IN Astrology makes me write very categorically that each horoscope has both negative and positive planetary positions but actual results depend on how we drive them through our karmas of present life. Best of positive Yogas in Horoscope may not ignite for its expected positive results. Same way most negative Doshas in Horoscope can give best positive results. Important is Karma & not the so called astrology rituals. You cannot appease the God with rituals. Indian Vedic astrology means co-relating your horoscope with your own karmas of past life, identifying flawed and good of them. Then guiding the person how to mould karmas in present life to win over impact of flawed ones. Accurate birth time is the soul of Indian Vedic Astrology; any doubts pls go for birth time synchronization then only go for any astrological predictions. Career astrology, business astrology, marriage astrology, good progeny, negative doshas in horoscope, positive yogas in horoscope are all embedded in Vedic Astrology depending on astrologer what way want to deal with it.

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