Vedic Astrology opines the soul's journey throughout time has developed a propensity that attracts specific familiar experiences via people or circumstances. Thanks to the experience, the soul crystallizes the resulting positive or negative outcomes, which we call a pattern. Such patterns are called Yogas. Yogas are specific planetary combinations or configurations present in particular signs and houses in your birth chart.
Such Yogas can significantly influence a person's life, positively or negatively, based on the planet’s alignment and aspects formed in your birth chart.
As astrologers, we detect Yogas in your AstroProfile and use it further to understand your life's story, strengths, and challenges.
Auspicious Yogas are like good luck charms, indicating positive influence. Inauspicious Yogas, on the other hand, suggest challenges or difficulties.
- Auspicious and inauspicious Yogas:
Examples of Yogas:
- Dhan Yoga: If you have this Yoga, it indicates good chances for wealth and prosperity.
- Raja Yoga: This Yoga is a sign of success and leadership.
- Gaja-Kesari Yoga: This Yoga suggests intelligence and wisdom.
- Kemadruma Yoga: Unfortunately, this Yoga isn't a great one. It's like a rain cloud that follows you around, suggesting difficulties and challenges in life.
- Timing: Some Yogas are relevant for specific periods in an individual's life. For example, a Yoga, indicating career success, may become prominent during a particular planetary period.
- Combination of Factors: Birth chart analysis involves considering the entire chart, including the positions of planets, houses, signs, and aspects, along with the presence of Yogas. Yogas are one part of a larger context used for interpretation.