Learn Vedic Astrology Part 3
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Learn Vedic Astrology Part 3

Learn how identify Graha Yogas
4.4 (111 ratings)
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Created by Janet M Perez
Last updated 6/2019
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This course includes
  • 4.5 hours on-demand video
  • 24 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Identify the most commonly used Graha Yogas
  • Use the "Backstory" to establish whether a Graha Yoga is formed
  • Understand how Rahu and Ketu act like in a natal chart
  • Understand the Vimshottari Dasha System
  • Learn Vedic Astrology Part 1
  • Learn Vedic Astrology Part 2
  • You should be able to use a PC at a beginners level

Vedic Astrology (Jyotish) is unique because of the Graha Yogas (Planetary Unions) and its amazing Dasha and Bhukti System.  Learn how to identify the most commonly used Graha Yogas derived from the Brihat Parashara Hora Shastra and the Phaladeepika.  This course is 'loaded' with resource files to facilitate your ability to identify the Graha Yogas.  In addition, you will be presented with a myriad of whiteboard examples for your ease of learning this complex subject.

Who this course is for:
  • An aspiring Vedic Astrologer (
  • A Life Coach
  • Anyone who wants to pick up some 'self-awareness' tools
Course content
Expand all 25 lectures 04:36:42
+ Introduction
2 lectures 10:37

Congratulations dear students on having made it this far in your Jyotish studies!  Get started by joining me in reciting your Student Invocation in Sanskrit for a brilliant study.

Preview 01:00

Traditional Vedic Studies require that you use repetition (abhyasa) as much as possible so that you retain as much information as possible.  Lets go over some the highlights you learned in "Learn Vedic Astrology Part 2".

Summarize "Learn Vedic Astrology Part 2"
+ Graha Yogas - Planetary Unions
12 lectures 02:43:13

Understand what are Graha Yogas and what it means when a planet is "Well-Placed" in a natal chart.  Review your "Backstory" handout so that it becomes second nature and you are able to 'wiz' through that initial assessment.

What are Graha Yogas?

Identify how each of the Tara Grahas (True Planets) are able to form a Graha Yoga all by themselves and what are the parameters that differentiate whether they qualify to be a significant Panchamahapurusha or an ordinary Panchamahapurusha.

Preview 12:12

Understand the meaning behind a Dharma Karma Adhipati Yoga and how one is formed.

Dharma Karma Adhipati Yoga

Understand what is a Dhana Yoga and how to form one.  In addition, learn how a Sambhanda is formed in order to form Dhana Yogas and other yogas as well.

Dhana Yoga & Sambhanda Example

Learn the descriptions of each of the 24 Series Yogas and use the worksheet to keep track of each house in order to better navigate the formation of these yogas.

Twenty-Four Yoga Series

Learn how the Chandra Yogas are formed.

Chandra Yogas

Learn how the various Ravi Yogas are formed.

Ravi Yogas

Most of the yogas will be found in the following Shastras, the Brihat Parashara Hora Shastra and the Phaladeepika, yet these miscellaneous yogas may be found in both and also from other reputable sources.  This will be your first introduction to more complex Graha Yoga formations.

Miscellaneous Yogas

Learn the most common Graha Yogas from the Phaladeepika Shastra.

Phaladeepika Yogas

Learn the most common Graha Yogas from the Brihat Parashara Hora Shastra.

Brihat Parashara Hora Yogas

Learn whether or not a debilitated planet's status may be ameliorated if it satisfies one or more of the Nichabhanga Yoga formation factors.

Nichabhanga Yoga

Do not panic if you find one of the Darida Yoga formations!  Learn what the Daridra Yogas mean and how they are formed.

Daridra Yogas
+ Rahu & Ketu
2 lectures 11:47

Rahu and Ketu are meant to confuse you and therefore their meanings in your natal chart will be hard to decipher.  Nevertheless, there are a few parameters that will guide you into knowing what they may symbolize in your natal chart.

How does Rahu & Ketu act like in a chart?

Identify what a Kala Sarpa Yoga will look like in a natal chart.  

Kala Sarpa Yoga
+ Dashas & Bhukti
4 lectures 30:17

Unique to Jyotish is the Dasha Cycle which increases the ability to 'predict' times in people's lives where certain planets will 'take center stage' during the course of their lives.  Understand how the Vimshottari Dasha Cycle operates.

Vimshottari Dasha Cycle

Identify a Dasha Cycle in anyone's natal chart and be able to navigate that cycle in congruence with the planets in the various houses and integrate those meanings.

Dasha Interpretation

Follow along an explanation of one person's Dasha Cycle and its "Sub-Period" (named the Bhukti Cycle) and what it might mean.

Bhukti Interpretation

Listen to a fun article written on how the dasha may affect your relationship as you follow a real person's dasha sequence throughout their life's journey.

Preview 16:11
+ Exaggerated Planet Psychology
3 lectures 37:02

This explanation is very fun to listen to because you really get a sense of the planet's way of acting, even when it is not in an exaggerated state. Get ready to take good notes.

Sun, Moon, Mars or Mercury in Exaggerated Condition

This is a continuation of the last lecture.  Enjoy.

Jupiter, Venus, Saturn, Rahu, and Ketu in Exaggerated States

Learn from this performa to be able to assess whether an individual has an indication of some possible mental "imbalances" which result in "challenged" mental (Manas) or discernment (Buddhi) happenstances. Disclaimer: Do not attempt to diagnose anyone with this performa; rather use it as a means to counsel your client.

Mental Disturbances
+ Conclusion
2 lectures 23:46

Follow along a whiteboard example of how to apply all the concepts you learned in "Learn Vedic Astrology Parts 1-3" with a celebrity's natal chart.  Use this example as a practice exercise to see how well you have picked up all the "Jyotish Tools".

Summarize Whiteboard Example

Good luck on your Vedic Astrology studies and finalize this course reciting along with me the Completion Mantra in Sanskrit.

Final Thoughts & Thank You