Astrology as Guide to Happiness

Guide-Happiness

Charles Spurgeon has rightly expressed that it is not how much we have, but how much we enjoy, that makes happiness. We enjoy only what we desire, but usually caught in a mesh of desires and know not where to focus in life. Let astrology be your guide…..

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In a birth chart there are twelve houses starting with the 1st house, which is also known as the ascendant or lagana. Each of these twelve houses represents certain aspects or areas of one’s life.

Broadly speaking for the purpose of this article mainly the 1st house represents the Self, 2nd house Money, 3rd house Skills, 4th house Home, 5th house Creativity, 6th house Service, 7th house Partnership, 8th house Secret Knowledge, 9th house Beliefs and Travels, 10th house Career and Status, 11th house Friends and Associates and lastly the 12th house represents the Unknown.

What you Need to do? …

Find out the strong associations of the 1st house, its lord and its other main significators with other houses. For doing this either use your own knowledge of Vedic Astrology or consult a good astrologer. Then find out from the following table which areas or aspects of your life are likely to give you maximum happiness in life.

You may or may not select your profession as per the above guide, but in addition to your main profession engaging in activities related to such houses will bring greater happiness in your life. Why not give it a try?

HouseWhat will give Happiness?
1stWork involving individuality and boosting self-esteem
2ndWealth and material possessions
3rdLearning and using skills
4thActivities related to domestic affairs
5thActivities related to creativity particularly through children, Art, Glamour and Teaching etc.
6thService of any kind
7thHappiness through life or business partner
8thActivities related to research work and Metaphysics
9thReligious activities and travelling
10thAny kind of professional work or activity
11thAny kind of social activities.
12thSpiritual pursuits and activities related to foreign lands.

Article by: Jyotirvid Pawan Kumar