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Vedic Astrology – New Moon in Pisces March 30

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Vedic Astrology – New Moon in Pisces March 30 

The Moon will be new in Pisces on March 30, 2014 – it willbe in the Nakshatra of Uttara Bhadrapada. Later auspicious result.

Vedic Astrology – New Moon in Pisces – March 30

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Pisces – The Need to Escape and Merge

Pisces is the sign where we “let go of it all” and surrender to the great metaphysical beyond.
There is a large part of us that is not of this earth – that has existed for aeons through many forms and formless stages, in cosmic time .  We return to those worlds regularly in dreams and meditative states, as all levels of existence are running concurrently (in the opinion of the Yogis), in the mutli-verse.
Connecting to that expansive beyond takes many forms – dreams, art, music, sex, drugs are all ways that we “escape” from the physical reality into the metaphysical. In fact, how we escape is perhaps the most important measure of a person’s life. In modern times of distraction and entertainment, we escape into media. But there are also the familiar stand-by’s of alcohol and drugs (especially true in this world of “pharmaceutical solutions”). Yet we must escape from the fallacy of the personal identity somehow, because it is a burden. The only real way is through some sort of meditation / solitude practice.

Uttara Bhadrapada – Later Auspicious Result

Once get the glimpse of truth in Purva Bhadrapada Nakshatra, the lightning strike – we must go deeper into that glimpse, and follow it to the truth of existence itself. We do that in Uttara Bhadrapada. The Deity is called Ahi-bhudnya – as serpent, who is one of the Rudras (attendants of Shiva) and / or Maruts (Attendants of Indra) that exist in the upper atmosphere of consciousness. This serpent penetrates the deep holes in our psyche, and drinks the poison and impurities in the mind.


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