Timings of Disease in birth chart

Timings of Disease

We cannot deny that prevention is better than cure. We have two options: one is to rush to doctors & hospital when we encounter diseases. Second get a forewarn about the disease and prepare ourselves accordingly. Is it not reasonable to get a calendar of the timing of diseases? And let me tell you, it is possible to predict diseases from your birth chart. See how astrology helps you to predict the diseases. 

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Predictions for Diseases from the birth chart

The Birth Chart indicates the essentials of our life. These potentials will manifest and are dependent upon the timing, which is reflected through astrological indications. A birth chart is a gateway to read about various aspects of a person's life. Based on the same principle,a person can get predictions through disease astrology from the time of birth and expected timings of diseases that one can face. There are some tools in astrology for predicting the various aspects of a person's life. For disease prediction from the birth chart, Vedic Astrology considers the three main factors of astrological calculation: 

1) Planetary Periods 

2) Annual Chart 

3) Transits. 

Planetary combinations for Diseases Timings

As per Vedic astrology, some critical aspects & planetary combinations are seen to predict the timings of diseases in the birth chart. All these aspects have different impacts & traits in deciding about the disease timings in a person's life. Astrologers should consider the period in which a planet governs the life cycle of a person. This has both malefic and benefic planets with different duration. Then we see the impact of these planets in a particular year through annual horoscope for health and diseases. Here we should consider the transits that the different worlds will have in that period. Another essential factor to find here is the Nakshatra in which a person is born. Nakshatras have a significant impact on the traits, abilities, weaknesses of a person to combat reasons and effects of diseases. Many people even may not be aware of the role of Birth Nakshatra in health & diseases related matters. But birth time Nakshatra has a significant role here. Now we will explain all the astrological aspects seen to predict diseases and timings of diseases in a birth chart as below.

Planetary periods for Diseases - Vimshottari Dasha 

Some planetary period is one of the hallmarks of the Vedic Astrology System and its predictive accuracy. One of the most important among the Vedic Astrology system of the planetary period is Vimshottari or 120-year cycle. This is usually based upon Moon's degree within the Nakshatra (lunar Asterism) at the moment of birth. It determines the starting point within the cycle. 

Every planet governs a part of the 120-year cycle with Sun ruling for six years, Moon for ten years, Mars for seven years, Rahu for 18 years, Jupiter for 16 years, Saturn for 19 years, Mercury for 17 years, Ketu for seven years and Venus for 20 years in order. 

These are some significant periods in turn, which are divided into minor periods according to the same proportion. 

The planetary period of Malefic planets like Saturn, Rahu, Mars, and Ketu tends to cause disease for the charts. More specifically, the period of lord of the difficult houses like 6,8 and 12 has negative indications.

As per Disease Astrology, if the lord of the first house or Ascendant lord is weak, it can cause disease because of events relative to the body, which it rules come out during its period. 

The periods of lords of houses 2 and 7 (maraka or death-dealing houses) will cause health problems, mainly if they occur later in life, or if the chart does not indicate good vitality as per disease astrology. If the chart is otherwise strong, these periods will not usually result in health issues.

Other planetary period systems like Yogini Dasha, Jamini Chara Dasha, or Ashtottari Dasha (108- year cycle) may also be examined. Many Vedic astrologers like to confirm their prediction by cross-referencing more than one Dasha System.

Health annual horoscope – Timings of Diseases

Solar return, yearly horoscope, or the Varshaphal in Sanskrit is an authentic signal for all the significant events for the year, including health and happiness. It differs from a few hours from the birthday time because it is based upon actual return of Sun to the same position in the sky at the time of birth (its sidereal return), not merely the calendar time. 

This annual chart is known as Varshaphal, which means the result of the year.' Astrologers should always examine their relation to the timing of diseases.

Planetary Transits for Diseases – Timings of Diseases as per Gochar 

Transits are the current position of the planet. The transiting planet cross over the situation in the birth chart, they may trigger various events. The transition of malefic planets such as Saturn, Mars, or Rahu and Ketu over some sensitive points in the chart is related to physical or mental health like Ascendant, Moon, or Sun can cause health problems as per indications in disease astrology.

The above-said points are valid if planetary duration that is adverse for health is running simultaneously or if Varshaphal overall is not strong.

Disease Factor in Nadi Astrology, unlike Western Astrology, often first looks at the transits. Transitions in Vedic Astrology are engaged at a basic level, after a planetary period and the annual chart, which marks the year's main transition. It marks the central development for the year. Yet their effects or influence cannot be ignored.

The general potential must be presenting the Dasha system; the transits show when these are actualized. Transits of or to the Dasha lord (planets ruling the current planetary period) are significant. 

Significance of Nakshatra in Diseases

Nakshatras are defined in references to the positioning of Moon, which transits one Nakshatra per day, though they can be applied well to the positioning of other planets. We need to understand the Nakshatras by examining three primary perspectives. 

First Perspective: It is relative to the nature of the signs in the section. The Nakshatras covers less than half a sign each. They reflect the portion of warnings that they constitute; it adds specificity to the smaller area that they include but can't contradict the sign and ruling planet's fundamental meaning. For example, the first Nakshatra Ashwini will reflect the energies of the first segment of the zodiac sign Aries in which it is located; it also defines the Aries qualities to a specific part of the sign. The perspective is necessary for analytical purposes.

The second perspective is related to the planets governing the Nakshatras, and this perspective is more significant for predictive purposes. The Nakshatras have their ruling planets, which are different from the planets administering the signs they are in. And may even be adverse to them (for instance, Venus governed Nakshatras are situated in the fiery signs ruled by Mars, Sun and Jupiter, common enemies of planet Venus). The reason is the Nakshatra lord, unlike the sign lord which reflects rather the unfoldment of planetary energies through the movement of time. Nakshatra's ruler's temporary influence comes out mainly during the period of planets positioned in the Nakshatra in the birth chart.

The Nakshatras form the underlying structure of the most significant Dasha or planetary period systems utilized as per Vedic astrology, such as the most commonly used 120-year Vimshottari Dasha cycle. For analyzing the planning of the unraveling events, Nakshatra and Nakshatra Lord of the Dasha Lord (planet ruling the on-going planetary period) are generally significant. For instance, if one is running a Venus Dasha, with Venus positioned at two degrees of Leo, in Magha, or a Nakshatra ruled by Ketu, one should cautiously examine the position of Ketu as well as Sun (Lord of Leo) for deciding how the Dasha is likely to extend.

The third perspective is related to the Nakshatras' individual qualities themselves and is a significant factor for analysis. Concerning this, there are both general and specific ways by which the Nakshatras are depicted in Vedic Astrology.

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Nakshatras are divided into seven types:

1. Fixed (Dhruva) Nakshatras grants positive outcomes for activities performed under them. As per the birth chart, they give strength of character and built and are useful for physical well-being and passionate prosperity. They are commonly the best of the Nakshatras. 

Dhruva Nakshatras include the three Uttaras (Uttara Phalguni, Uttarashadha, and Uttara Bhadra) and Rohini, which is seen as the most favourable single Nakshatra for outer actions. A well-positioned situated Moon in these Nakshatras (strong in brightness, in the right house, and under functional aspects) is an excellent aid to a person's well-being. 

2. Harsh (Tikshna) Nakshatras are suitable for aggressive, assertive, and destructive actions, but are unfavourable for creative and constructive matters. They often bring ill will and sickness to those born under them, offering brutality to the feelings and even to the body.

Tikshna Nakshatras incorporate Aslesha, Mula, and Jyeshtha, for the most part, considered the three most ominous Nakshatras, and Ardra, which is additionally a troublesome Nakshatra. 

An ineffectively positioned Moon in these Nakshatras (feeble in splendour, in an awful house or under malefic perspectives) presents numerous difficulties for an individual's bliss and life span, beginning with challenges in youth. This is especially the situation for individuals brought into the world with the Moon in the first quarter (three degrees twenty minutes) of Mula and the last quarter of Aslesha or Jyeshtha.

3. Fierce (Ugra) Nakshatras are additionally useful for forceful and self-assured activities yet not similarly as Sharp Nakshatras. They give an edge to an individual's character and make some chance of illness, yet also produce an individual serious and award accomplishment through activity. 

Ugra Nakshatras incorporates the three Purves (PurvaPhalguni, Purvashadha, and Purva Bhadra), just as Bharani and Magha. An inadequately positioned Moon (feeble in splendour, in a terrible house or under malefic perspective) expands these Nakshatras' troubles. However, placed Moon in them concedes an individual a decent arrangement of solidarity and perseverance. The agreement of the Moon in the first quarter or three degrees twenty minutes of Magha is the most problematic of these.

4. Quick (Kshipra) Nakshatras are quick to bring positive outcomes for activities performed under them, yet these outcomes are not as suffering as those increased under Fixed Nakshatras. So, while they are exceptionally propitious, their consequences can be restricted. They additionally bear the cost of briskness, deftness, and adaptability of body and mind and are useful for well being and development. 

Kshipra Nakshatras comprises Ashwini, Hasta, and Pushya (which, except for the planning of marriage, is viewed as the best Nakshatra, especially for otherworldly issues). An all-around placed Moon in a Kshipra Nakshatra gives a decent arrangement of vitality, inventiveness, and essentialness.

5. Tender (Mridu) Nakshatras are useful for relationships, correspondence, and creative endeavors. They give delicate quality, pleasantness, delicacy, or affectability of the body and mind and are commonly helpful for well being and life span. 

Mridu Nakshatras comprise of Mrigashira, Chitra, Anuradha, and Revati. These Nakshatras are commonly useful for well being although they may, in closeness to a harassed Moon, give some level of passionate powerlessness. 

6. Mixed or Both Harsh and Tender (Mridu-Tikshna) Nakshatras join the characteristics of the two gatherings. They comprise of Kritika and Vishakha as it were. 

7. Moveable (Chara) Nakshatras reward speedy positive outcomes yet are impermanent or shallow in their belongings. They award speed, flexibility, and brisk development for both body and mind as are not awful for the well being. But can also cause mental precariousness, whenever harrowed. They are not as ideal as Quick or Kshipra Nakshatras, which they take after, yet are commonly acceptable. Chara Nakshatras comprise of Punarvasu, Swathi, Shravana, Dhanishtha, and Shatabhisha. 

Notwithstanding this characterization, certain Nakshatras are especially useful for recuperating. These incorporate Ashwini, which is helpful for beginning mending rehearses and for renewal and revival. Shatabhisha, which helps direct prescriptions, for purging and purgation; Mrigashira, which is useful for sustaining and restoration rehearses. Rohini, which helps recuperate of wounds and tissue development; Pushya, which helps support and build treatments; and Shravana, which is useful for advising and mental mending. 


In Modern times People's lifestyle has  changed a lot. Eating junk food, no exercise, being busy in their workplace, and not giving time to their own. The result -- health problems, money drains in hospitals and expensive medicines, mental stress. But imagine if you get to know about the disease before it comes into your life. Which illness you can face in your life and at what time in your life. But the question arises in our mind is:- how it happens?  Can astrology predict health problems? Is any planet in horoscope shows health problems? Who can predict health problems? can astrology support your health?

Yes, it can happen. It is possible to read health issues from your birth chart. A perfect astrologer can help you in this by reading your horoscope, seeing nakshatra, and many planetary combinations. He can tell you the timings of disease when you can face health issues in your life.

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